Charlotte Wynters

Charlotte Wynters (December 4, 1899 – January 7, 1991) was an American stage and film actress.[1]

Charlotte Wynters
Born(1899-12-04)December 4, 1899
DiedJanuary 7, 1991(1991-01-07) (aged 91)
Resting placeValhalla Memorial Park
OccupationActress
Years active1931-1957 (film)
Spouse(s)Charles E. Schall (1928-1938) (divorced)
Barton MacLane (1939-1969) (his death)

A native of Wheeling, West Virginia,[2] Wynters appeared as a leading lady in a number of B pictures during the 1930s.

During the 1922-1923 theatrical season, Wynters headed a stock company at the Lyceum Theatre in Paterson, New Jersey.[3] In the 1929-1930 season, she acted with a troupe at the Adelphi Theater in Philadelphia.[4] On Broadway, Wynters appeared in Bad Girl (1930), The Wiser They Are (1931), A Regular Guy (1931), Air Minded (1932), and Her Tin Soldier (1933).[5]

On November 22, 1939, Wynters married actor Barton MacLane in Beverly Hills.[2] She was also married to Charles Schall.[6]

FilmographyEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1931 Personal Maid Gwen Gary
1931 His Woman Flo
1931 The Struggle Nina
1935 The Ivory-Handled Gun Paddy Moore
1935 The Calling of Dan Matthews Hope Strong
1936 The Trail of the Lonesome Pine Katherine Hale Uncredited
1936 Mr. Cinderella Martha
1936 The Man I Marry Bridesmaid Uncredited
1936 Let's Make a Million Caroline
1937 Smart Blonde Marcia Friel
1937 Girl Overboard Molly Shane
1937 Clarence Violet
1938 The Buccaneer Charming Southern Lady Uncredited
1938 The Baroness and the Butler Lady at Charity Party Uncredited
1938 Sinners in Paradise Thelma Chase
1938 Reformatory Adele Webster
1938 Professor Beware Dorothy - Reporter Uncredited
1938 Sunset Trail Ann Marsh
1938 Cipher Bureau Helen Lane
1939 Pride of the Navy Mrs. Falcon
1939 Panama Patrol Helen Lane
1939 Nancy Drew… Trouble Shooter Edna Gregory
1939 Renegade Trail Mary Joyce
1939 The Women Miss Batchelor Uncredited
1940 City of Chance Mrs. Helen Walcott
1940 Parole Fixer Nellie
1940 Tomboy Frances - the Schoolteacher
1940 Queen of the Mob Mrs. Grimley
1940 Gallant Sons Estelle
1941 High Sierra Woman Behind Counter Uncredited
1941 The Great Lie Mrs. Anderson Uncredited
1941 Dive Bomber Mrs. Silvers - Hostess Uncredited
1941 Life Begins for Andy Hardy Elizabeth Norton Uncredited
1941 Married Bachelor Margaret Johns Uncredited
1941 Ellery Queen and the Murder Ring Miss Fox
1941 Design for Scandal Thelma Uncredited
1942 Dr. Kildare's Victory Mrs. Hubbell
1942 A Desperate Chance for Ellery Queen Mrs. Irene Evington Hadley
1942 Are Husbands Necessary? Mrs. Finley
1942 Halfway to Shanghai Caroline Rawlins
1942 The Falcon's Brother Arlette
1942 Now, Voyager Grace Weston Uncredited
1943 Man of Courage Joyce Griffith
1943 The Powers Girl Miss McAllister Uncredited
1943 The Underdog Mrs. Bailey
1943 Harvest Melody Nancy
1945 The Phantom Speaks Cornelia Wilmont
1945 Mama Loves Papa Mrs. McIntosh
1947 The Hal Roach Comedy Carnival Miss Hart, in 'Fabulous Joe'
1947 The Fabulous Joe Miss Hart, Secretary Uncredited
1948 Lulu Belle Mrs. Gloria Randolph
1950 A Woman of Distinction Miss Withers Uncredited
1955 Foxfire Mrs. Mablett
1957 Eighteen and Anxious Mrs. Warren (final film role)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Drew, Bernard A (2013). Motion Picture Series and Sequels: A Reference Guide. Routledge. p. 82.
  2. ^ a b "Charlotte Wynteres and MacLane Reveal Marriage". The Boston Globe. November 24, 1939. p. 9. Retrieved May 4, 2021 – via Newspapers.com.
  3. ^ "Charlotte Wynters will close here". The Morning Call. New Jersey, Paterson. March 23, 1923. p. 12. Retrieved May 4, 2021 – via Newspapers.com.
  4. ^ O'Neill, James M. (May 20, 1030). "'Salt Water'". Courier-Post. New Jersey, Camden. p. 16. Retrieved May 4, 2021 – via Newspapers.com.
  5. ^ "Charlotte Wynters". Internet Broadway Database. The Broadway League. Archived from the original on May 4, 2021. Retrieved May 4, 2021.
  6. ^ "Charlotte Wynters Divorced". The New York Times. Associated Press. September 3, 1938. p. 16. Retrieved May 4, 2021.

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