Patricia Ellis

Actress - USA
Borndate unknown
Died 1970

Mini-Biography:
The day of birth of Patricia Ellis is not on record. She was an American Actress, known for 42nd Street (1933), The picture snatcher (1933), St. Louis Kid (1934), Patricia Ellis's first movie on record is from 1933. Patricia Ellis died on , 1970. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1939.

Patricia Ellis Filmography [Auszug]
1939: [04.19] Back Door to Heaven (Cast: Carol Evans), Directed by William K. Howard, with Jimmy Lydon, Anita Magee, Raymond Roe,
1938: [] Blockheads (Cast), Directed by John G. Blystone, with Minna Gombell, Oliver Hardy,
1935: [] Bright Lights (Cast: Claire Whitmore), Directed by Busby Berkeley, with Joe E. Brown, Joseph Crehan, Gordon Westcott,
1935: [] Stranded (Cast), Directed by Frank Borzage, with Kay Francis, George Brent,
1934: [/ /1] St. Louis Kid (Cast: Ann Reid), Directed by Ray Enright, with Robert Barrat, James Cagney,
1933: [11/25] The World changes (Cast: Natalie Clinton Nordholm ), Directed by Mervyn LeRoy, with Paul Muni, Aline MacMahon, Mary Astor,
1933: [07/08] The Narrow Corner (Cast: Louise Frith ), Directed by Alfred E. Green, with Douglas Fairbanks jr., Ralph Bellamy,
1933: [/ /1] 42nd Street (Forty-second street) (Cast), Directed by Lloyd Bacon, Busby Berkeley, with Ned Sparks, Ginger Rogers, Dick Powell,
1933: [/ /1] The picture snatcher (Cast: Patricia), Directed by Lloyd Bacon, with Ralph Bellamy, James Cagney,
1933: [04.29] Elmer, the Great (Cast: Nellie Poole), Directed by Mervyn LeRoy, with Joe E. Brown, Frank McHugh,

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