Wendy Barrie

Wendy Barrie




Cast (Feature Film)

It Should Happen to You (1954)
Forever and a Day (1943)
Sir Anthony Trimble-Pomfret's daughter
Submarine Alert (1943)
Ann Patterson
Eyes of the Underworld (1943)
Betty Standing
Follies Girl (1943)
Anne Merriday
A Date with the Falcon (1942)
Helen Reed
The Saint in Palm Springs (1941)
Elna Johnson
Repent at Leisure (1941)
Emily Baldwin
The Gay Falcon (1941)
Helen Reed
Public Enemies (1941)
Bonnie Parker
The Saint Takes Over (1940)
Ruth Summers
Women in War (1940)
Pamela Starr
Cross-Country Romance (1940)
Diane [North]
Who Killed Aunt Maggie? (1940)
Sally Ambler
Men Against the Sky (1940)
Kay Mercedes
The Saint Strikes Back (1939)
Val Travers
Day-Time Wife (1939)
Kitty [Frazier]
The Witness Vanishes (1939)
Joan Marplay
Five Came Back (1939)
Alice Melbourne
Pacific Liner (1939)
Ann Grayson
The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939)
Beryl Stapleton
Newsboys' Home (1938)
Gwen Dutton
I Am the Law (1938)
Frankie [Francis] Ballou
What Price Vengeance (1937)
Polly Moore
Prescription for Romance (1937)
Doctor Valerie Wilson
Wings over Honolulu (1937)
Lauralee Curtis
Dead End (1937)
Breezing Home (1937)
Gloria Lee
A Girl with Ideas (1937)
Mary Morton
Love on a Bet (1936)
Paula Gilbert
Speed (1936)
Jane [Emery, also known as Jane] Mitchell
Under Your Spell (1936)
Cynthia Drexel
Ticket to Paradise (1936)
Jane Forbes
The Big Broadcast of 1936 (1935)
A Feather in Her Hat (1935)
Pauline Anders
Millions in the Air (1935)
Marion Keller
It's a Small World (1935)
Jane Dale
College Scandal (1935)
Julie Fresnel
It's a Boy (1934)
Mary Bogle
For Love or Money (1934)
Lillian Gilbert
The Private Life of Henry VIII (1934)
Jane Seymour
The Callbox Mystery (1932)
The Barton Mystery (1932)

Life Events


London stage acting debut


First film as actress


Movie Clip

Wedding Rehearsal (1932) -- (Movie Clip) He's Married Not Buried First scene for Roland Young as Reggie, London society’s favorite best-man, first with the (running gag) Roxbury twins Mary Rose and Rose Mary (Wendy Barrie, Joan Gardner) then with his grandmother, secretary and friend (Kate Cutler, Merle Oberon in her first movie, Diana Napier), in Alexander Korda’s Wedding Rehearsal, 1932.
Private Life Of Henry VIII (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Poor Anne Boleyn The star (Charles Laughton) is not seen but much discussed, as producer-director Alexander Korda lets his nurse (Lady Tree) and attendants chatter, the current queen (Merle Oberon) awaiting the gleeful executioner (Gibb McLaughlin), opening The Private Life Of Henry VIII, 1934.
Speed (1936) -- (Movie Clip) -- Flesh Is Weak Usually popular test-driver Terry (James Stewart) is annoying other people's girlfriends (Patricia Wilder) at the company banquet because the new P-R girl Jane (Wendy Barrie) snubbed him, his pal Josephine (Una Merkel) offering counsel, in MGM's Speed, 1936.
Speed (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Modernized Confusion Test driver Terry (James Stewart, in his first top-billed role) is showing the new PR gal Jane (Wendy Barrie) around the plant, joined by his buddy, inventor-mechanic Gadget (Ted Healy) then getting big-footed by the bigger-shot engineer Frank (Weldon Heyburn), early in MGM’s Speed, 1936.
Speed (1936) -- (Movie Clip) -- Isn't The Driver Hurt? MGM creating auto industry ambiance using Chrysler facilities in Detroit for the action shots, Wendy Barrie, Weldon Heyburn and Ted Healy introduce themselves before James Stewart, as "Terry," in his first top-billed role, in the low-budget feature Speed, 1936.
Dead End (1937) -- (Movie Clip) The Mark Of The Squealer The gang (Billy Halop, Bobby Jordan, Huntz Hall, Leo Gorcey, Gabriel Dell) showing off for Baby Face (Humphrey Bogart), would-be architect Dave (Joel McCrea) panics as well-to-do Kay (Wendy Barrie) tries to visit, with director William Wyler’s famous cockroach shot, in Dead End, 1937.
Five Came Back (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Argue! Shortly after the crash, worries in the control room, Pilot Bill (Chester Morris), Professor and Mrs. Spengler (C. Aubrey Smith, Elisabeth Risdon), convict Vasquez (Joseph Calleia), Peggy (Lucille Ball) and marshal Crimp (John Carradine) arguing, in John Farrow's Five Came Back, 1939.
Five Came Back (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Anything But Murder Part of director John Farrow's splendid opening, introducing first Patrick Knowles and Wendy Barrie, then Lucille Ball, C. Aubrey Smith and Elizabeth Risdon, co-pilot Kent Taylor, Allen Jenkins and young Casey Johnson, then pilot Chester Morris, leaving for Panama, in Five Came Back, 1939.
Dead End (1937) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Frightened Of Being Poor With “Dead End” kids (Billy Halop, Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Bobby Jordan) and gangster Baby Face (Humphrey Bogart) nearby, aspiring architect Dave (Joel McCrea) visits with his more affluent otherwise-committed girlfriend Kay (Wendy Barrie), in Samuel Goldwyn’s urban drama Dead End, 1937.
Men Against The Sky (1940) -- (Movie Clip) What Do They Want For A Buck? Introduced by a barker (Earle Hodgins), Richard Dix is hero Mercedes, an inebriate flier whose barnstorming days are about to end, impressive action, then visited by his dutiful sister (Wendy Barrie), opening RKO’s Men Against The Sky, 1940, screenplay by Nathanael West.
Men Against The Sky (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Toys In A Wind Tunnel Engineer Ames (Kent Taylor) is less discouraged than his boss (Edmund Lowe) by a wind tunnel test, and persuaded by his sketch artist Kay (Wendy Barrie) to consider plans he doesn’t know were drawn up by her disgraced ex-flier brother (Richard Dix), in Men Against The Sky, 1940.
Private Life Of Henry VIII (1934) -- (Movie Clip) I'm An Englishman Awaiting the beheading of his wife, Charles Laughton (title character) bullies minister Cromwell (Franklin Dyall) and aide Culpepper (Robert Donat), and summons her successor Lady Jane (Wendy Barrie), early in Alexander Korda’s The Private Life Of Henry VIII, 1934.