Verna Martha Wentworth was an American actress. Her vocal variety led to her being called the "actress of 100 voices"
|Birth Date||:||02 June 1889|
|Birth Place||:||New York, New York, United States|
101 Dalmatians [27 November 1996 (USA)]
Anita, a fashion designer, and Roger, a computer game writer, have to rescue the puppies of their dalmatians from Cruella De Vil, an insane woman, who wants to use their fur to make a coat.
A Filha do Médico e o Monstro 
A Rainy Day with the Bear Family [Hugh Harman]
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn [The Merrie Melodies Show]
Porky Pig tries to recite a poem in the school talent contest.
Adventure [7 November 1945 (Dallas)]
A man is accused of killing a waitress he had tried to seduce with his wife''s money.
Alma de Pecadora 
Cowboys help a lady, who raises horses for the government, find out who is responsible for recent business setbacks.
At Your Service Madame [Hugh Harman]
Blackboard Jungle [18 July 1936]
I Love to Singa is a 1936 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies animated cartoon directed by Tex Avery. The short was released on July 18, 1936.
Bottles [10 October 1951]
A serviceman thinks he is returning home for a blissful reunion with his wife. Instead he finds that she has bought a run-down apartment building, and along with it, a long list of expensive repairs and crazy tenants.
Bowery Blitzkrieg [1 August 1941]
Muggs becomes a Golden Gloves champion with help from a policeman (Charlotte Henry) and pals (Warren Hull).
Cizinec [Hugo Haas]
Clancy Street Boys [21 April 1943 (USA)]
Muggs has the rest of the gang (Noah Beery Sr.) pose as his siblings to impress his rich uncle (Lita Ward) from Texas.
Don't Look Now [Happy Harmonies]
A druggist's bottles come to life after he falls asleep.
Fallen Angel [23 November 2003]
A successful lawyer returns to his estranged late father's home to settle affairs and then leave, but something keeps him from going and, when he meets a familiar woman, an incident from his childhood involving his father, a fatal accident and her father returns to both haunt him and spur him into action.
Fraidy Cat [15 February 1954]
A wealthy heiress returns to a remote town to thank its people for their generosity that saved her life years earlier. She distributes cash anonymously until she is interrupted by a local doctor.
Go, Johnny, Go! [26 June 1935 (USA)]
A variety of birds testify after Robin is shot with an arrow while crooning to Jenny Wren.
Homesteaders of Paradise Valley [1 April 1947 (USA)]
Red Ryder (Allan Lane) and his sidekick, Little Beaver (Bobby Blake), defend the right to build a dam.
I Haven't Got a Hat [6 February 1956]
A mentally unbalanced man escapes from prison to avenge the death of his wife who was accidentally killed by a policeman.
I Love to Singa 
A big-city police captain (Gary Merrill) solves a murder and shapes up a precinct.
Įsibrovėlis [Hugh Harman]
Johnny Legend Presents: Beat Mania! 
Hans and Fritz buy their mother a hat but accidentally drop it into some dirty water.
Jupiter's Darling 
A woman has to prevent the notorious conqueror, Hannibal, from sacking ancient Rome.
Love Nest [1 June 2001 (USA)]
Mama's New Hat [Orson Welles]
Marshal of Cripple Creek [15 August 1947]
A lawman struggles to prevent an ingenious outlaw from stealing gold shipments in a Colorado mining town.
One Girl's Confession [6 April 1953]
An ex-convict waitress (Cleo Moore) with a stash of loot thinks her harbor-cafe boss (Hugo Haas) has found it.
Oregon Trail Scouts [5 May 1947]
Red Ryder (Allan Lane) foils poachers and gains an Indian sidekick, Little Beaver (Bobby Blake).
Pigs Is Pigs [30 December 1936]
Don't Look Now is a 1936 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies animated short film directed by Tex Avery. The short was released on November 7, 1936.
Prison Shadows [Orson Welles]
Rustlers of Devil's Canyon [1 July 1947]
Rustlers of Devil's Canyon is a 1947 American Western film in the Red Ryder film series directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Earle Snell. The film stars Allan Lane, Robert Blake, Martha Wentworth, Peggy Stewart, Arthur Space and Emmett Lynn. The film was released on July 1, 1947, by Republic Pictures.
Santa Fe Uprising [15 November 1946]
Santa Fe Uprising is a 1946 American Western film in the Red Ryder film series directed by R. G. Springsteen, written by Earle Snell, and starring Allan Lane, Robert Blake, Martha Wentworth, Barton MacLane, Jack La Rue and Tom London. It was released on November 15, 1946, by Republic Pictures.
She Couldn't Say No [June 1959]
At the end of another successful rock-'n'-roll concert at Loew's State Theater, groundbreaking disc jockey Alan Freed (Alan Freed) announces a talent search from the stage. Somewhere in the audience, wide-eyed usher and aspiring singer Johnny (Jimmy Clanton) listens attentively. Determined to become Freed's latest discovery, Johnny struggles to raise the money he'll need to record a demo. Along the way, he falls for fellow singer and orphan Julie Arnold (Sandy Stewart).… MORE
Stagecoach to Denver [23 December 1946]
Red Ryder uncovers a land-grabbing scheme engineered by a supposedly respected member of the community.
The Beatniks [25 March 1955 (USA)]
Glenn Ford is the navy veteran who finds his idealism fading fast when he starts a new career teaching in one of New York's toughest schools.
The Daughter of Dr. Jekyll [28 July 1957 (USA)]
The late Dr. Jekyll's innocent daughter (Gloria Talbott) is blamed for a new reign of werewolf terror.
The Desperados Are in Town [30 January 1937]
Pigs Is Pigs is a 1937 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Friz Freleng. The short was released on January 30, 1937.
The Human Jungle [22 August 1936 (USA)]
Max cheats at a boxing match by dumping fireworks into Toby's shell, but the plan backfires.
The Killer Is Loose [18 July 1936]
An ex-con prizefighter uncovers the elaborate fight-fixing scheme responsible for the death of his last opponent.
The Stranger 
Mercedes arrives in Germany with a kilo of cocaine and has a hard time selling it after the police do a major drug bust. She ditches her useless boyfriend and hooks up with a bored cabdriver to sell her drugs.
The Sword in the Stone [25 December 1963 (USA)]
Frustrated of living in a Medieval mess, Merlin uses all his magical powers to change a skinny little boy into a legendary hero.
Toby Tortoise Returns [November 1956]
Outlaws from his past try to force a young Texan (Robert Arthur) to rob his banker friend (Rhys Williams).
Vigilantes of Boomtown [15 February 1947]
In 1897 Nevada, Molly McVey (Peggy Stewart) is angered when, after legalizing prizefighting, the governor asks her father, Jim (George Tumer), to return to the ring. A retired boxer who has turned to ranching, Jim is delighted to resume fighting and, to Molly's dismay, begins training with former manager Bill Delany (Roscoe Karns). Jim's plans are interrupted when he and his friend Red Ryder (Allan Lane) must deal with cattle rustlers, a revenge-seeking outlaw and a planned gold heist.… MORE
Vigilantes of Dodge City [Edgar G. Ulmer]
Waterloo Bridge [28 February 1945 (USA)]
This movie features Francie Nolan, a young girl, who vows to make it big in life, with the help of her devoted mother and alcoholic father.
Who Killed Cock Robin? [Mystery Science Theater 3000]
The crew must watch the 1960 film, The Beatniks, in which a gang member's dream of stardom is ruined when his buddy commits murder starring Tony Travis and Peter Breck.
Young Man with Ideas [2 May 1952 (USA)]
When Maxwell Webster loses his job he considers it as an opportunity to start on his own. Maxwell tries to convince his wife that they should move to Los Angeles.
- 02 June 1889.
- New York, New York, United States.