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Irene Hervey : Actress Height, Weight, Age, Movies, Biography, News, Images & Videos

Irene Hervey was an American film, stage, and television actress who appeared in over fifty films and numerous television series spanning her five-decade career. A native of Los Angeles, Hervey was trained in her youth by British stage and film actress Emma Dunn, a friend of her mother

Irene Hervey
Name : Irene Hervey
Birth Date : 11 July 1909
Birth Place : Venice, Los Angeles, California, United
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Occupation : Actress

Irene Hervey Movies and TV Shows

  • A Cry in the Night [17 August 1956]

    A Cry in the Night is a 1956 film-noir, dramatic, and thriller film starring Edmond O'Brien, Brian Donlevy, Natalie Wood and Raymond Burr. The film was produced and narrated by Alan Ladd. A Cry in the Night was directed by Frank Tuttle.

  • A Thrill for Thelma [Edward L. Cahn]

    A young woman winds up in jail when she tries to cheat her way to luxury.

  • Absolute Quiet [24 April 1936]

    Escaped convicts Jack (Wallace Ford) and Judy (Bernadene Hayes) stumble upon an airstrip on the Western ranch of arrogant business tycoon Gerald Axton (Lionel Atwill). Taking Axton and his secretary (Irene Hervey) hostage, the convicts inadvertently cause the crash-landing of a small plane ferrying Axton's political adversary, Gov. Sam Pruden (Raymond Walburn), and a nosy reporter (Stuart Erwin). As the long night unfolds, each person's rivalries and weaknesses are prodded by the others.… MORE

  • Along Came Love [6 November 1936]

    Emmy Grant, who works at a shop, meets handsome doorman John Patrick O'Ryan outside a theatre, and she is convinced that he is her true love.

  • Bombay Clipper [11 January 1942]

    During his honeymoon, a reporter is caught in a mystery involving a clipper en route to Bombay.

  • Cactus Flower [16 December 1969 (USA)]

    Distraught when her middle-aged lover breaks a date with her, 21-year-old Toni Simmons (Goldie Hawn) attempts suicide. Impressed by her action, her lover, dentist Julian Winston (Walter Matthau) reconsiders marrying Toni, but he worries about her insistence on honesty. Having fabricated a wife and three children, Julian readily accepts when his devoted nurse, Stephanie (Ingrid Bergman), who has secretly loved Julian for years, offers to act as his wife and demand a divorce.… MORE

  • Charlie Chan in Shanghai [14 October 1935 (USA)]

    The Chinese detective (Warner Oland) and his No. 1 son (Keye Luke) bust an opium ring in China.

  • Chicago Deadline [3 November 1949 (USA)]

    When reporter Ed Adams (Alan Ladd) finds himself in the same hotel as the beautiful but dead Rosita Jean d'Ur (Donna Reed), he becomes obsessed with her and takes her diary. Although Rosita seems to have died from tuberculosis, Ed keeps digging, discovering that there were many men in Rosita's life, and some of them were from the wrong side of the law. With help from Rosita's former roommate, Ed starts to put together the pieces of Rosita's life but also finds his own in danger.… MORE

  • Crash Landing [1 July 1958]

    A commercial airliner pilot loses two engines of the plane mid-ocean. Showing great dedication towards his job, he tries to safeguard the plane and passengers.

  • Destination Unknown [10 September 1942]

    Destination Unknown is a 1942 American thriller film directed by Ray Taylor and starring William Gargan, Irene Hervey and Sam Levene. It was made as a second feature film by Universal Pictures set in China in World War II.

  • Destry Rides Again [30 November 1939 (New York)]

    The small town of Bottleneck is under the control of Kent (Brian Donlevy), a power-hungry boss who gets control over the local cattle ranchers by winning a rigged game of cards. When the local sheriff questions the legitimacy of the game, Kent has him killed and names the town drunk, Dimsdale (Charles Winninger), as sheriff. What Kent doesn't know is that Dimsdale knows legendary lawman Tom Destry, who in turns sends his daring son Tom Destry Jr. (James Stewart) to Bottleneck to save the day.… MORE

  • East Side of Heaven [7 April 1939]

    A singing cabby (Bing Crosby), his fiancee (Joan Blondell) and his roommate (Mischa Auer) tend an abandoned baby sought by the police.

  • Frisco Lil [13 March 1942]

    A spunky girl comes to the aid of her father, who is accused of a crime he didn't commit.

  • Gang Busters [1942]

    Gang Busters is a 1942 Universal movie serial based on the radio series Gang Busters.

  • Going Steady [February 1958]

    Bee and Reed are two high school sweethearts who run off and get married one weekend after she fools her parents into thinking she's going to an out-of-town basketball game. They move in with her parents and soon discover they are to become parents.

  • Half Way to Shanghai [18 September 1942]

    A young woman encounters terror and suspense aboard a train leaving the Orient during wartime.

  • Hard Rock Harrigan [1 July 1935]

    A life-threatening cave-in forces two rival tunnel workers to put their differences aside and pull together.

  • He's My Guy [26 March 1943]

    Former vaudevillians (Joan Davis, Dick Foran, Irene Hervey) perform at a defense plant to boost wartime morale.

  • His Night Out [1 October 1935]

    His Night Out is a 1935 American comedy film directed by William Nigh and written by Harry Clork and Doris Malloy. The film stars Edward Everett Horton, Irene Hervey, Jack La Rue, Robert McWade, Lola Lane and Willard Robertson. The film was released on October 1, 1935, by Universal Pictures.

  • Honeymoon Limited [1935]

    A penniless author accepts a challenge to walk from New York to San Francisco and record his experiences in a journal.

  • Keeping Fit [26 October 1942]

    Keeping Fit is a 1942 American short film made by Universal Pictures about the importance of keeping fit in war time. It is noticeable for its cast which includes Lon Chaney Jr., Robert Stack, Andy Devine, Dick Foran and Broderick Crawford, all of whom were under contract to Universal. It was directed by Arthur Lubin.

  • Let's Try Again [22 June 1934]

    Dr. Jack and his wife Alice are in love with each other even after ten years of marriage. The circumstances around them make them rethink and rekindle their love for each other.

  • Manhandled [25 May 1949 (USA)]

    A man tells his two-bit therapist, Dr. Redman (Harold Vermilyea), about a recurring dream in which he murders his rich wife. Later, Redman's secretary, Merl Kramer (Dorothy Lamour), relates the odd dream to neighbor Karl Benson (Dan Duryea), a slimy private investigator. Then the wealthy woman is robbed and murdered, and, since her husband has an airtight alibi, suspicion falls on the shocked Merl, who realizes she's being set up by either Benson, Redman or both men together.… MORE

  • Mickey [23 June 1948]

    A redheaded tomboy (Lois Butler) plays matchmaker for her widower father (Bill Goodwin) and a next-door neighbor (Irene Hervey).

  • Missing Evidence [15 December 1939]

    Missing Evidence is a 1939 American drama film, directed by Phil Rosen. It stars Preston Foster, Irene Hervey, and Inez Courtney, and was released on December 15, 1939.

  • Motive for Revenge [15 May 1935]

    A bank teller is driven to steal from his employer when his mother-in-law nags him about his ability to provide.

  • Mr. Dynamite [1 March 1941]

    Mr. Dynamite is a 1941 American crime film directed by John Rawlins and written by Stanley Rubin. The film stars Lloyd Nolan, Irene Hervey, J. Carrol Naish, Robert Armstrong, Ann Gillis, Frank Gaby and Elisabeth Risdon. The film was released on March 1, 1941, by Universal Pictures.

  • Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid [11 August 1948]

    A Bostonian (William Powell) and his wife (Irene Hervey) winter in the West Indies, where, fishing, he catches a mermaid (Ann Blyth).

  • Night Monster [20 October 1942]

    A man (Ralph Morgan) uses mind over matter to replace his legs, then hunts the doctors who took them.

  • Play Misty for Me [3 November 1971 (USA)]

    Popular radio show host Dave Garver (Clint Eastwood) becomes restless in his relationship with his girlfriend (Donna Mills). Impulsively, he goes out and sleeps with a woman (Jessica Walter) he meets at a nightclub. After the fact, he finds out she was not an anonymous hookup, but an obsessive fan who has called in repeatedly to request he play the song "Misty." Garver soon discovers extricating himself from the woman will be no easy feat as she becomes increasingly psychotic.… MORE

  • San Francisco Docks [1940]

    A woman struggles to prove her dockworker-boyfriend innocent in the murder of a crooked politician.

  • Say It in French [1938]

    Merry madness results when a young man's French bride and his wealthy ex-fiancee help rescue his father from bankruptcy.

  • Society Smugglers [1 March 1939]

    A Treasury Department agent attempts to bust smugglers who are using a luggage shop as a front for their activities.

  • Teenage Rebel [1 November 1956]

    A sour teenager (Betty Lou Keim) moves in with her mother (Ginger Rogers) and stepfather (Michael Rennie) after living with her father for years.

  • The Boys from Syracuse [31 July 1940 (USA)]

    Twin brothers (Allan Jones) and their twin slaves (Joe Penner), divided at birth, cause a comedy of errors in ancient Greece.

  • The Count of Monte Cristo [29 August 1934 (USA)]

    Edmond Dantes is falsely accused of a crime and sent to the prison. He escapes the prison to take revenge on his former friend Mondego who framed him and took away his fiancee Mercedes.

  • The Crooked Road [10 May 1940]

    A blackmail threat from an old prison buddy compels a man who has gone straight to consider yet another crime.

  • The Dude Ranger [21 September 1934]

    Ernest Selby (George O'Brien) is a wealthy man who was born and raised in luxury in the Eastern United States. But all that changes when he moves out West to oversee the cattle ranch that he has recently inherited. Selby is stunned to learn that his cows are regularly being stolen. So, when he is mistaken for a lowly cowhand, Selby decides to go undercover to find out who has been stealing the cattle. Along the way, Selby falls for the beautiful damsel Ann Hepburn (Irene Hervey).… MORE

  • The Girl Said No [15 October 1937]

    A bookie enlists the aid of an old Gilbert & Sullivan troupe to get even with the dance-hall hostess who cheated him.

  • The House of Fear [1939]

    A detective posing as a Broadway producer reopens the theatre where an unsolved murder was committed one year earlier.

  • The Lady Fights Back [1 October 1937 (USA)]

    The Lady Fights Back is a 1937 American action film directed by Milton Carruth and written by Brown Holmes and Robert T. Shannon. It is based on the 1937 novel Heather of the High Hand by Arthur Stringer. The film stars Kent Taylor, Irene Hervey, William Lundigan, Willie Best, Joe Sawyer, and Paul Hurst.

  • The League of Frightened Men [25 May 1937]

    Nero Wolfe agrees to investigate a series of murders that seem to be tied in with a past Harvard hazing prank that went awry.

  • The Lucky Stiff [22 January 1949]

    A lawyer (Brian Donlevy) spooks gangsters by faking a framed singer's (Dorothy Lamour) electrocution.

  • The Stranger's Return [1933]

    A crafty grandfather, who owns a farm in Iowa makes a new will for his new granddaughter and disinherits everyone else.

  • The Winning Ticket [8 February 1935 (USA)]

    A barber tries to find the winning lottery ticket he hid from his moralistic wife.

  • The Women in His Life [8 December 1933 (USA)]

    The life of a well-known attorney is irrevocably changed after his first fateful encounter with a beautiful, charming woman.

  • Three Cheers for the Irish [9 March 1940 (New York)]

    The story revolves around a Scottish lad and Irish lass who risk their families' wrath by marrying.

  • Three Godfathers [6 March 1936]

    Three fugitives risk their lives to bring a newborn baby out of the desert to safety.

  • Three on a Honeymoon [23 March 1934]

    Three on a Honeymoon is a 1934 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by James Tinling, written by Edward T. Lowe Jr. and Raymond Van Sickle, and starring Sally Eilers, ZaSu Pitts, Henrietta Crosman, Charles Starrett, Irene Hervey and Johnny Mack Brown. It is based on the 1932 novel Promenade Deck by Ishbel Ross.

  • Unseen Enemy [10 March 1942]

    Unseen Enemy is a 1942 spy thriller directed by John Rawlins and starring Don Terry as a Canadian military intelligence agent trying to uncover a plot to sabotage American ships.

  • Woman in Distress [17 January 1937]

    Woman in Distress is a 1937 American crime film directed by Lynn Shores and written by Albert DeMond. The film stars May Robson, Irene Hervey, Dean Jagger, Douglass Dumbrille, George McKay and Gene Morgan. The film was released on January 17, 1937, by Columbia Pictures.

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