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Mary Astor was born, Lucile Vasconcellos Langhanke, on May 3, 1906 in Quincy, Illinois to German immigrant parents. Her parents were very ambitious for her as they recognized Mary's beauty and knowing if they played their cards right, they could make her famous. They understood that they wanted something better for their daughter than they had, so they made it happen by pushing Mary into various beauty contests. Luck was with Mary and her parents because one contest came to the attention of Hollywood moguls who signed her at the age of 14. Her first movie was a bit part in SCARECROW in 1920. It wasn't much, but it was a start. Throughout 1921-1923 she continued her career with bit or minor roles in a number of motion pictures. In 1924, Mary landed a plum assignment with a role as Lady Margery Alvaney opposite the great John Barrymore in the film BEAU BRUMMEL. This launched her career to stardom as it did with a lively affair with Barrymore. However the affair ended before she could star with him again in the 1926 classic DON JUAN. Mary was, now, the new cinematic darling with each film packing the theaters. By the end of the twenties, the sound revolution had taken a strong hold on the industry and Mary was one of those lucky actresses who made the successful transition to "talkies" because of her voice and strong screen presence. Mary's career took off to greater heights. Films such as RED DUST (1932), CONVENTION CITY (1933), MAN OF IRON (1934), and THE PRISONER OF ZENDA (1937), kept her star at the top. In 1938, Mary turned out five feature films which kept her busy and in the spotlight. Afterwards, she churned out films at a lesser rate. In 1941, she won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role of Sandra Kovac in THE GREAT LIE. That same year she appeared in the celebrated film THE MALTESE FALCON. Soon her star would begin to fall. Because of her three divorces, the death of her first husband, Kenneth Hawks who died in a plane crash, alcoholism, a suicide attempt, and a persistent heart condition, Mary got smaller roles in movies. In the whole of the 1950's she appeared in only five productions. Her final fling with the silver screen was as Jewell Mayhew in 1964's HUSH, HUSH SWEET CHARLOTTE. Even though this was her final film, she had appeared in a phenomenal 123 motion pictures. Mary lived out her remaining days confined to the Motion Picture Country Home where she died of a heart attack on September 25, 1987 at the age of 81.
Photo Gallery (12 photos)
Actress - filmography
(1960s) (1950s) (1940s) (1930s) (1920s)
- Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964) .... Mrs. Jewel Mayhew
... aka What Ever Happened to Cousin Charlotte?
- Youngblood Hawke (1964) .... Irene Perry
- "Ben Casey"
- Dispel the Black Cyclone That Shakes the Throne (1963) TV Episode .... Clarissa Rose Genet
- "Burke's Law"
... aka Amos Burke, Secret Agent (USA: new title)
- Who Killed Cable Roberts? (1963) TV Episode .... Florence Roberts
- "Dr. Kildare"
- Face of Fear (1963) TV Episode .... Aunt Frances
- Operation: Lazarus (1962) TV Episode .... Martha Lantzinge
- "The Defenders"
- Poltergeist (1963) TV Episode .... Flora Goode
- A Brooding Fixation (1962) TV Episode .... Esther Brack
- Return to Peyton Place (1961) .... Mrs. Roberta Carter
- Incident Near the Promised Land (1961) TV Episode .... Emma Cardwell
... aka Boris Karloff's Thriller
- Rose's Last Summer (1960) TV Episode .... Rose French
- "Playhouse 90"
- Journey to the Day (1960) TV Episode .... Helen May Whitfield
- Diary of a Nurse (1959) TV Episode .... Eileen Bavister
- The Return of Ansel Gibbs (1958) TV Episode .... Sylvia
- The Troublemakers (1957) TV Episode .... Mattie
- The Ninth Day (1957) TV Episode .... Virginia Jackson
- "The United States Steel Hour"
... aka The U.S. Steel Hour (USA: alternative title)
- Revolt in Hadley (1960) TV Episode .... Lydia Chalmers
- The Women of Hadley (1960) TV Episode .... Lydia Chalmers
- The Littlest Enemy (1958) TV Episode .... Mrs. Wickens
- The Thief (1955) TV Episode .... Isabelle Lagarde
- The Philadelphia Story (1959) (TV) .... Margaret Lord
- "General Electric Theater"
... aka G.E. Theater (USA: informal short title)
- The Last Dance (1959) TV Episode .... Bea Hicks
- "Frontier Justice"
- Black Is for Grief (1959) TV Episode .... Sarah Simmons
- "Alfred Hitchcock Presents"
- The Impossible Dream (1959) TV Episode .... Grace Dolan
- Mrs. Herman and Mrs. Fenimore (1958) TV Episode .... Mrs. Fenimore
- A Stranger in My Arms (1959) .... Virgily Beasley
... aka And Ride a Tiger (USA)
- This Happy Feeling (1958) .... Mrs. Tremaine
- "Studio One"
... aka Studio One Summer Theatre (summer title)
... aka Studio One in Hollywood (new title)
... aka Summer Theatre (summer title)
... aka Westinghouse Studio One
... aka Westinghouse Summer Theatre (summer title)
- The Lonely Stage (1958) TV Episode .... Harriet Brand
- Jack Sperling, Forty-six (1954) TV Episode .... Ruth Sparling
- The Devil's Hairpin (1957) .... Mrs. Jargin
... aka Climax Mystery Theater (USA)
- The High Jungle (1957) TV Episode .... Clarissa Bowman
- Phone Call for Matthew Quade (1956) TV Episode .... Martha
- Nightmare by Day (1956) TV Episode .... Ethel Allen
- Wild Stallion (1955) TV Episode .... Mrs. Harris
- "Lux Video Theatre"
... aka Summer Video Theatre (USA: summer title)
- The Man Who Played God (1957) TV Episode .... Mildred Le Brun
- The Star (1956) TV Episode
- "Zane Grey Theater"
... aka Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater (USA: complete title)
... aka The Westerners (USA: rerun title)
- Black Is for Grief (1957) TV Episode .... Sarah Simmons
- "Robert Montgomery Presents"
... aka Lucky Strike Theater
... aka Montgomery's Summer Stock
... aka The Robert Montgomery Summer Theater
- Sunset Boulevard (1956) TV Episode
- The Power and the Prize (1956) .... Mrs. George Salt
- A Kiss Before Dying (1956) .... Mrs. Corliss
- "Playwrights '56"
... aka The Playwright Hour
- You and Me and the Gatepost (1956) TV Episode .... Georgina
- "Star Stage"
- I Am Her Nurse (1956) TV Episode .... Nurse
- "Studio 57"
... aka Heinz Studio 57 (USA: alternative title)
- A Farewell Appearance (1956) TV Episode .... Julia Kean
- "Front Row Center"
- Dinner at Eight (1955) TV Episode .... Millicent Jordan
- "The Elgin Hour"
- The $1,000 Window (1955) TV Episode .... Madge Draper
- "Producers' Showcase"
- The Women (1955) TV Episode .... Nancy Blake
- "Kraft Television Theatre"
... aka Ponds Theater (USA: new title)
- The Hickory Limb (1955) TV Episode
- "The Philco Television Playhouse"
... aka Arena Theatre (USA: new title)
... aka Repertory Theatre (USA: new title)
... aka The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse (USA: new title)
- Run, Girl, Run (1954) TV Episode
- "The Best of Broadway"
- The Philadelphia Story (1954) TV Episode .... Margaret Lord
- Circle of Doom (1954) TV Episode
- "Kraft Television Theatre"
... aka Kraft Mystery Theatre (USA: new title)
... aka Kraft Theatre (USA: new title)
- The Missing Years (1954) TV Episode
- Any Number Can Play (1949) .... Ada
- Little Women (1949) .... Marmee March
- Act of Violence (1948) .... Pat
- Cass Timberlane (1947) .... Queenie Havock
- Cynthia (1947) .... Louise Bishop
... aka Cynthia: The Rich, Full Life
... aka The Rich Full Life (UK)
- Desert Fury (1947) .... Fritzi Haller
- Fiesta (1947) .... Señora Morales
- Claudia and David (1946) .... Elizabeth Van Doren
- Blonde Fever (1944) .... Delilah Donay
- Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) .... Mrs. Anna Smith
- Thousands Cheer (1943) .... Hyllary Jones
- Young Ideas (1943) .... Josephine 'Jo' Evans
- The Palm Beach Story (1942) .... The Princess Centimillia
- Across the Pacific (1942) .... Alberta Marlow
- In This Our Life (1942) (unconfirmed) .... Tavern Patron
- The Maltese Falcon (1941) .... Brigid O'Shaughnessy
- The Great Lie (1941) .... Sandra Kovak
- Brigham Young (1940) .... Mary Ann Young
... aka Brigham Young: Frontiersman (UK) (USA: promotional title)
- Turnabout (1940) .... Marion Manning
- Midnight (1939) .... Helene Flammarion
- Listen, Darling (1938) .... Mrs. Dorothy 'Dottie' Wingate
- Woman Against Woman (1938) .... Cynthia Holland
- There's Always a Woman (1938) .... Lola Fraser
- Paradise for Three (1938) .... Mrs. Irene Mallebre
... aka Romance for Three (UK)
- No Time to Marry (1938) .... Kay McGowan
- The Hurricane (1937) .... Madame Germaine De Laage
- The Prisoner of Zenda (1937) .... Antoinette de Mauban
- Lady from Nowhere (1936) .... Polly
- Dodsworth (1936) .... Mrs. Edith Cortright
- Trapped by Television (1936) .... Barbara 'Bobby' Blake
... aka Caught by Television (UK)
- And So They Were Married (1936) .... Edith Farnham
- The Murder of Dr. Harrigan (1936) .... Lillian Cooper
- Man of Iron (1935) .... Vida
- Red Hot Tires (1935) .... Patricia Sanford
... aka Racing Luck (UK)
- Page Miss Glory (1935) .... Gladys Russell
- Dinky (1935) .... Mrs. Martha Daniels
- Straight from the Heart (1935) .... Marian Henshaw
- I Am a Thief (1934) .... Odette Mauclair
- The Case of the Howling Dog (1934) .... Bessie Foley
- The Man with Two Faces (1934) .... Jessica Wells
- Return of the Terror (1934) .... Olga Morgan
- Upperworld (1934) .... Mrs. Hettie Stream
- Easy to Love (1934) .... Charlotte Hopkins
- Convention City (1933) .... Arlene Dale
- The World Changes (1933) .... Virginia 'Ginny' Clafflin Nordholm
- The Kennel Murder Case (1933) .... Hilda Lake
- Jennie Gerhardt (1933) .... Letty Pace
- The Little Giant (1933) .... Ruth Wayburn
- Red Dust (1932) .... Barbara Willis
- A Successful Calamity (1932) .... Emmy 'Sweetie' Wilton
- Those We Love (1932) .... May Ballard
- The Lost Squadron (1932) .... Follette Marsh
- Men of Chance (1931) .... Martha Silk
- Smart Woman (1931) .... Mrs. Nancy Gibson
- White Shoulders (1931) .... Norma Selbee
- The Sin Ship (1931) .... Frisco Kitty
- Behind Office Doors (1931) .... Mary Linden
- Other Men's Women (1931) .... Lily Kulper
... aka The Steel Highway
- The Royal Bed (1931) .... Princess Anne
... aka The Queen's Husband (UK)
- The Lash (1930) .... Rosita Garcia
... aka Adiós (USA: Spanish title)
- Holiday (1930) .... Julia Seton
- Ladies Love Brutes (1930) .... Mimi Howell
- The Runaway Bride (1930) .... Mary Gray, AKA Sally Fairchild
- The Woman from Hell (1929) .... Dee Renaud
- New Year's Eve (1929) .... Marjorie Ware
- Romance of the Underworld (1928) .... Judith Andrews
... aka Romance and Bright Lights
- Dry Martini (1928) .... Elizabeth Quimby
- Heart to Heart (1928) .... Princess Delatorre/Ellen Guthrie
- Three-Ring Marriage (1928) .... Anna
- Dressed to Kill (1928) .... Jeanne
- Sailors' Wives (1928) .... Carol Trent
- No Place to Go (1927) .... Sally Montgomery
- The Rough Riders (1927) .... Dolly
... aka The Trumpet Calls (USA)
- Rose of the Golden West (1927) .... Elena
- Two Arabian Knights (1927) .... Mirza
- The Sunset Derby (1927) .... Molly Gibson
- The Sea Tiger (1927) .... Amy Cortissos
- Forever After (1926) .... Jennie Clayton
- Don Juan (1926) .... Adriana della Varnese
- The Wise Guy (1926) .... Mary
... aka Into the Night (UK)
... aka Wise Guy (USA)
- High Steppers (1926) .... Audrey Nye
- Scarlet Saint (1925) .... Fidele Tridon
- The Pace That Thrills (1925) .... Doris
- Don Q Son of Zorro (1925) .... Dolores de Muro
- Playing with Souls (1925) .... Margo
- Enticement (1925) .... Leonore Bewlay
- Oh, Doctor! (1925) .... Dolores Hicks
- Inez from Hollywood (1924) .... Fay Bartholdi
... aka The Good Bad Girl
- The Price of a Party (1924) .... Alice Barrows
- Unguarded Women (1924) .... Helen Castle
- The Fighting American (1924) .... Mary O'Mallory
- Beau Brummel (1924) .... Lady Margery Alvanley
- The Fighting Coward (1924) .... Lucy
- To the Ladies (1923) (uncredited) .... Bit Part
- Woman-Proof (1923) .... Violet Lynwood
- The Marriage Maker (1923) .... Vivian Hope-Clarke
- Puritan Passions (1923) .... Rachel
- The Bright Shawl (1923) .... Narcissa Escobar
- Success (1923) .... Rose Randolph
- Second Fiddle (1923) .... Polly Crawford
- The Rapids (1922) (uncredited) .... Elsie Worden
- The Man Who Played God (1922) .... Young Woman
- Hope (1922) (uncredited) .... Bit Part
- John Smith (1922) .... Irene Mason
- The Young Painter (1922) (uncredited) .... Bit Part
- The Angelus (1922) (uncredited) .... Bit Part
- Wings of the Border (1921)
- The Beggar Maid (1921) (uncredited) .... Peasant Girl/Beggar Maid
- My Lady o' the Pines (1921) (uncredited) .... Bit Part
- Sentimental Tommy (1921) (scenes deleted)
- Brother of the Bear (1921) (uncredited) .... Bit Part
- The Bashful Suitor (1921) (uncredited) .... Bit Part
- Bullets or Ballots (1921) (uncredited) .... Bit Part
Soundtrack - filmography
- Listen, Darling (1938) (performer: "On the Bumpy Road to Love" (1938)) ("On the Bumpy Road to Love" (1938), "Ten Pins in the Sky" (1938))
- Smart Woman (1931) ("Three Little Words" (1930))
- Other Men's Women (1931) ("Wherever You Stray, Wherever You Go")
... aka The Steel Highway
Self - filmography
(1980s) (1950s) (1940s) (1930s) (1920s)
- "Hollywood" (1980) (mini) TV Series .... Herself
... aka Hollywood: A Celebration of the American Silent Film (USA: video box title)
- Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Memories (1951) .... Herself
- Some of the Best (1949) .... Herself
- The Hollywood Gad-About (1934) .... Herself (Queen of the Frolic)
- The Show of Shows (1929) .... Herself
- A Trip Through the Paramount Studio (1927) .... Herself
- WAMPAS Baby Stars of 1926 (1926) .... Herself
- Hollywood (1923) .... Herself, Cameo appearance
... aka Joligud
Hollywood My Home Town (1965)
Hollywood Without Make-Up (1963)
"Toast of the Town"
Episode #9.41 (1956) TV Episode
Some of the Greatest (1956)
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