Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Paulette Goddard Biography (1911-)
Full name, Pauline Marion Goddard Levee; born June 3, 1911 (some sources say1905), in Great Neck, NY; died of heart failure, April 23, 1990, in Switzerland; married Edgar James (a lumber magnate), 1927 (divorced, 1929); married Charlie Chaplin (an actor, director and writer), 1936 (divorced, 1942); marriedBurgess Meredith (an actor), 1944 (divorced, 1949); married Erich Maria Remarque (a writer), 1958 (died, 1970).
- Birth Details
- June 3, 1911
- Great Neck, New York, United States
Credits; STAGE APPEARANCES
- Winterset, Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 1947.
- Also appeared in her stage debut as Ziegfeld Girl, "Peaches," No Fooling,1927.
Credits; MAJOR TOURS
- USO tour, Far East, 1944.
Credits; FILM APPEARANCES
- Girl Habit, Paramount, 1931.
- Girl at Party, The Mouthpiece, Warner Brothers, 1932.
- The 1932 Goldwyn Girls, The Kid from Spain, United Artists (UA), 1932.
- (First major screen appearance) Gamine, Modern Times (silent feature), UA, 1936.
- Nana, Dramatic School, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), 1938.
- Leslie Saunders, The Young In Heart, UA, 1938.
- Joyce Norman, The Cat and the Canary, Paramount, 1939.
- Miriam Aarons, The Women, MGM, 1939.
- Hannah (a laundress), The Great Dictator, UA, 1940.
- Mary Carter, The Ghost Breakers, Paramount, 1940.
- Louvette Corbeau, Northwest Mounted Police, Paramount, 1940.
- Ellen Miller, Second Chorus, Paramount, 1940.
- Anita Dixon, Hold Back the Dawn, Paramount, 1941.
- Gwen Saunder, Nothing But the Truth, Paramount, 1941.
- Molly McCorkle, Pot O' Gold (also known as Golden Hour), UA, 1941.
- Celia Huston, The Forest Rangers, Paramount, 1942.
- Sidney Royce, The Lady Has Plans, Paramount, 1942.
- Loxi Claiborne, Reap the Wild Wind, Paramount, 1942.
- Sweater, Sarong and Peekaboo Bang, Star Spangled Rhythm, Paramount, 1942.
- Toni Gerard, The Crystal Ball, UA, 1943.
- Lt. Joan O'Doul, So Proudly We Hail, Paramount, 1943.
- Eva Morgan, I Love a Soldier, Paramount, 1944.
- Jane Rogers, Standing Room Only, Paramount, 1944.
- Duffy's Tavern, Paramount, 1945.
- Title role, Kitty, Paramount, 1945.
- Celestine, Diary of a Chambermaid, UA, 1946.
- Mary Morely, Suddenly It's Spring, Paramount, 1947.
- Abigail Martha "Abby" Hale, Unconquered, Paramount, 1947.
- Variety Girl, Paramount, 1947.
- Ellen Crane, Hazard, Paramount, 1948.
- Mrs. Cheveley, An Ideal Husband, British Lion, 1948.
- Martha Pease, On Our Merry Way (also known as A Miracle Can Happen), UA,1948.
- Title role, Anna Lucasta, Columbia, 1949.
- Lucretia Borgia, Bride of Vengeance, Paramount, 1949.
- Maria Dolores, The Torch (also known as Bandit General), Eagle Lion, 1950.
- Kyra, Babes in Baghdad, UA, 1952.
- Tanya, Charge of the Lancers, Columbia, 1953.
- Betty Barnes, Paris Model, Columbia, 1953.
- Jezebel, Sins of Jezebel, Lippert, 1953.
- Mona, Vice Squad (also known as The Girl in Room 17), UA, 1953.
- Angie Vickers, The Unholy Four (also known as The Stranger Came Home), Lippert, 1954.
- Maria Grazia Ardengo, Time of Indifference (also known as Indifferenti; Les Deux Rivales), Continental Distributing, 1965.
- Also appeared in The Locked Door, and Berth Marks (short), both 1929; City Streets, 1931; Show Business, (short), Young Ironsides (short), Girl Grief,and Pack Up Your Troubles, all 1932; Tuttle, Roman Scandals, 1933; and Kid Millions, 1934.
Credits; TELEVISION APPEARANCES; SERIES
- Sherlock Holmes, syndicated, 1954.
- Norma Treat, The Snoop Sisters, NBC, 1972.
Credits; TELEVISION APPEARANCES; EPISODIC
- Performer, Ford Television Theatre, NBC, 1952, and ABC, 1956.
- Performer, On Trial, CBS, 1956.
- Performer, The Errol Flynn Theatre, Dumont, 1957.
Credits; OTHER TELEVISION APPEARANCES
- Sylvia Fowler, The Women (special), NBC, 1955.
- Norma Treat, The Snoop Sisters (also known as Female Instinct; pilot), NBC, 1972.
- Films in Review, August/September, 1974.
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