Irene Ryan was an American actress and comedienne who found success in vaudeville, radio, film, television, and Broadway
|Birth Date||:||17 October 1902|
|Birth Place||:||El Paso, Texas, United States|
An Old-Fashioned Girl [19 January 1949]
A music teacher (Gloria Jean) in 1870s Boston works hard to succeed, while her wealthy distant relatives find their fortunes turning.
Arch of Triumph [1948 (United Kingdom)]
A refugee doctor (Charles Boyer) saves a singer (Ingrid Bergman) from the Seine and hunts a Nazi thug (Charles Laughton) in Paris.
Blackbeard the Pirate [24 December 1952]
Blackbeard the Pirate is a 1952 Technicolor adventure film directed by Raoul Walsh and starring Robert Newton, Linda Darnell, William Bendix, Keith Andes, and Torin Thatcher. The film was made by RKO and produced by Edmund Grainger from a screenplay by Alan Le May based on the story by DeVallon Scott.
Bonzo Goes to College [11 September 1952]
Bad guys kidnap a football-playing chimp kept as a pet by a faculty couple's (Maureen O'Sullivan, Charles Drake) daughter.
Desire in the Dust [11 October 1960]
Lonnie Wilson (Ken Scott) returns to his Clinton, La., home after serving a six-year sentence for manslaughter. He revives his romance with Melinda (Martha Hyer), the daughter of prominent local man Colonel Marquand (Raymond Burr) -- who's also the woman who caused the fatal accident that he took the fall for. With Lonnie wrapped around Melinda's finger, the Colonel makes plans to double-cross Lonnie when he bribes him into taking the blame for his daughter one more time.… MORE
Half Angel [5 May 1951]
Modest nurse Nora Gilpin (Loretta Young) has fond memories of a brief, youthful love with John Raymond (Joseph Cotten), now a prominent attorney. Ignoring those feelings, she accepts the marriage proposal of longtime suitor Tim McCarey (Cecil Kellaway). When she goes to sleep, however, the demure Nora sleepwalks to Raymond's house in a sexy dress to seduce him. Nora is confused when Raymond approaches her in the daytime, but slowly realizes that she is leading a different life while asleep.… MORE
Hamlet and Eggs [William C. Watson]
Heading for Heaven [6 December 1947 (USA)]
A small-town real estate agent owns a significant amount of property, which for several generations has failed to sell, even though the town has grown. Unbeknownst to the agent, the property is valuable as it is being considered for a new airport.
Heir Today [William C. Watson]
Hold Your Temper [Lloyd French]
Hot Rhythm [13 April 1944]
Two people record an ambitious singer crooning the vocals over an already recorded audio of Tommy Taylor's band. However, they are unaware of the fact that the recording could land them in trouble.
Indian Signs [Charles E. Roberts]
Just Plain Folks [William C. Watson]
Little Iodine [20 October 1946 (USA)]
Little Iodine is a 1946 American comedy film directed by Reginald Le Borg and written by Richard H. Landau. The film is based on the comic strip Little Iodine by Jimmy Hatlo. The film stars Jo Ann Marlowe, Marc Cramer, Eve Whitney, Irene Ryan and Hobart Cavanaugh.
Ma Kettle vs. Granny [Valente Q. Castro]
Meet Me After the Show [15 August 1951 (USA)]
The star of a Broadway show suspects her husband may be having an affair with the show's backer.
Melody Parade [27 August 1943]
An ambitious busboy (Eddie Quillan) and a nightclub owner (Tim Ryan) facing bankruptcy mistake a performer for a potential sponsor.
Mighty Joe Young [25 December 1998 (USA)]
Jill Young and a 15 feet tall gorilla, Joe, grow up to be best friends. She sends him to the California wildlife refuge, but they are followed by Andrei Strasser, a poacher.
Mon cher secrétaire [Charles Martin]
My Dear Secretary [5 November 1948]
When romance writer Owen Waterbury (Kirk Douglas) meets Stephanie "Steve" Gaylord (Laraine Day), he offers her a job as his secretary. Steve, a would-be writer herself, accepts the position but is quickly dismayed by Owen's shabby work ethic and distracting visitors, including Ronnie (Keenan Wynn), his rowdy, mischievous neighbor. Despite their differing outlooks, Owen and Steve get married, but artistic and romantic jealousy just might tear them apart.… MORE
O, My Darling Clementine 
The small town of Harmony undergoes changes when a group of actors accidentally buy City Hall.
One Big Happy Family [Al Christie]
Peaceful Relations [William C. Watson]
Reveille with Beverly [4 February 1943]
Beverly Ross is an emcee of an early morning show for a nearby army camp. Judging their taste in music, she plays their favourite songs. Her brother's friends at camp vie for her attention.
Ricochet Romance [1 November 1954 (USA)]
The new cook (Marjorie Main) at a dude ranch tries to play Cupid and stirs up trouble for her boss (Chill Wills).
Rockabilly Baby [30 October 1957 (USA)]
A fan dancer (Virginia Field) and her teens start over in a new town with water polo, clubs and romance.
San Diego I Love You 
Virginia McCooley (Louise Allbritton) is trying to find a buyer for the portable raft her father (Edward Everett Horton) has invented. When she meets John Thompson Caldwell IV (Jon Hall), a dashing but difficult millionaire, it seems as though she has found the ideal buyer and, even more importantly, her ideal mate. But John, who is particularly distrustful when it comes to the opposite sex, is not going to be easy for Virginia to win over -- in business or in love.… MORE
Sarong Girl [11 June 1943]
An arrested burlesque queen persuades an elderly woman to pose as her mother to elicit sympathy at her upcoming trial.
Seria de día, coqueta de noche [Richard Sale]
Spring Reunion [March 1957]
Former high school sweethearts, Fred and Maggie, are slated to meet each other at their school's reunion after a gap of 15 years. They feel the sparks fly the moment they lay eyes on each other.
Tattle Television [Harry D'Arcy]
Texas, Brooklyn & Heaven [16 July 1948 (USA)]
A would-be playwright and a young woman escaping from a job at a gas station meet cute and fall in love.
That Night with You [28 September 1945]
A stagestruck young soprano cunningly tells a producer she's his daughter as the result of a youthful indiscretion.
That's the Spirit [1 June 1945]
A man is killed and begs the Angel of Death for permission to return to his wife to tell her he did not desert her.
The Beautiful Cheat [20 July 1945]
A reform-school secretary (Bonita Granville) poses as a juvenile delinquent for a sociologist (Noah Beery Jr.) to study.
The Diary of a Chambermaid [8 August 1947 (Portugal)]
Celestine is a saucy servant who disrupts the Parisian household she joins. Both the head of the household, Captain Lanlaire, and his son Georges fall for her, as does their neighbour Captain Mauger. However, lovesick valet Joseph harbours a deep, secret desire for her that is so passionate, he will kill to gain her affection.
The Sultan's Daughter [16 December 1943]
The Sultan of Araband wants his daughter Patra to hand over all the land inherited by her from her mother to Germans. However, Patra disagrees and proposes to give her property to the Americans.
The WAC from Walla Walla [10 October 1952]
A pigtailed cowgirl (Judy Canova) joins the Army, disrupts boot camp and foils spies with her boyfriend (Stephen Dunne).
The Wacky Family [William C. Watson]
The Woman on the Beach [7 June 1947 (USA)]
A coast guardsman, Scott loves a married woman, Peggy. When he meets Peggy's blind husband, Tod, Scott suspects Tod's blindness. Will Scott be able to prove the reality to Peggy?
There's a Girl in My Heart [19 December 1949]
A ward heeler (Lee Bowman) and a music-hall operator want a rich young widow's (Elyse Knox) land in Gay '90s New York.
Will You Stop! [William C. Watson]
- 17 October 1902.
- El Paso, Texas, United States.