Karen Morley

Karen Morley


Also Known As
Mildred Mabel Linton
Birth Place
Ottumwa, Iowa, USA
December 12, 1905
March 08, 2003
Cause of Death

Photos & Videos

Dinner at Eight - Coca-Cola Ad
Pride and Prejudice - Publicity Stills
Pride and Prejudice - Scene Stills

Family & Companions

Charles Vidor
Director. Married in 1932; divorced in 1943.
Lloyd Gough




Cast (Feature Film)

Born to the Saddle (1952)
Kate Daggett
M (1951)
Mrs. Coster
Samson and Delilah (1950)
The 13th Hour (1947)
Eileen Blair
Framed (1947)
Mrs. Price
The Unknown (1946)
Rachel Martin Arnold
Jealousy (1945)
Dr. Monica Anderson
Pride and Prejudice (1940)
Mrs.[Charlotte] Collins
Kentucky (1938)
Mrs. Goodwin, 1861
Outcast (1937)
Margaret Stevens
On Such a Night (1937)
Gail Stanley
The Girl from Scotland Yard (1937)
Linda Beech
The Last Train from Madrid (1937)
Helene Rafitto
Devil's Squadron (1936)
Martha Dawson
Beloved Enemy (1936)
Cathleen O'Brien
$10 Raise (1935)
Emily Converse
The Healer (1935)
Evelyn [Allen]
Thunder in the Night (1935)
Black Fury (1935)
Anna Novak
The Littlest Rebel (1935)
Mrs. Cary
Dinner at Eight (1934)
Lucy Talbot
Crime Doctor (1934)
Andra [Gifford]
Wednesday's Child (1934)
Kathryn Phillips
Our Daily Bread (1934)
Mary Sims
Straight Is the Way (1934)
Gabriel over the White House (1933)
Pendola ["Pendie"] Molloy
Downstairs (1932)
Karl's new employer
The Phantom of Crestwood (1932)
Jenny Wren
Man About Town (1932)
The Washington Masquerade (1932)
Consuela Fairbanks [Keane]
Flesh (1932)
Laura [Nash]
Scarface (1932)
The Mask of Fu Manchu (1932)
Sheila [Barton]
Arséne Lupin (1932)
Sonia [also known as Sophie Krellberg]
Are You Listening? (1932)
Alice [Grimes]
Inspiration (1931)
Liane [Latour]
The Sin of Madelon Claudet (1931)
Alice [Claudet]
Mata Hari (1931)
Daybreak (1931)
Emily Kessner
The Cuban Love Song (1931)
High Stakes (1931)
Anne Cornwall
Politics (1931)
Myrtle [Burns]
Never the Twain Shall Meet (1931)
Maisie [Morrisson]

Cast (Special)

Complicated Women (2003)

Life Events

Photo Collections

Dinner at Eight - Coca-Cola Ad
Here is a magazine ad for Coca-Cola utilizing the cast of MGM's Dinner at Eight (1933) and a special color photo taken for the occasion.
Pride and Prejudice - Publicity Stills
Here are a few photos taken to help publicize MGM's Pride and Prejudice (1940), starring Greer Garson and Laurence Olivier. Publicity stills were specially-posed photos, usually taken off the set, for purposes of publicity or reference for promotional artwork.
Pride and Prejudice - Scene Stills
Here are several scene stills from MGM's Pride and Prejudice (1940), starring Greer Garson and Laurence Olivier.
Scarface (1932) - Lobby Cards
Here are a few Lobby Cards from Howard Hughes' Scarface (1932), starring Paul Muni and Ann Dvorak. Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.


Movie Clip

Scarface (1932) -- (Movie Clip) He Come To A Dead Stop Just sprung after offing a rival gangster, Tony Camonte (Paul Muni) visits his boss Johnny (Osgood Perkins) and meets girlfriend Poppy (Karen Morley), early in Howard Hawks' Scarface, 1932.
Scarface (1932) -- (Movie Clip) I Don't Hear So Good Tony (Paul Muni) is romancing Poppy (Karen Morley), then thrilled by a drive-by shooting, then off with pals (George Raft, Vince Barnett) to visit boss Johnny (Osgood Perkins), director Howard Hawks gunning it, in Scarface, 1932.
Scarface (1932) -- (Movie Clip) The World Is Yours Thugs Rinaldo (George Raft) and Angelo (Vince Barnett) splitting as Tony (Paul Muni), who's just rubbed out another rival, welcomes their bosses' girlfriend Poppy (Karen Morley), in Howard Hawks' Scarface, 1932.
Black Fury (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Old Country Dance At the Pennsylvania coal mine company town, proud “bohunk” miner Joe (Paul Muni) leads his party, including pal Mike (John Qualen) and his maybe-wavering fianceè Anna (Karen Morley), into the dance, even greeting the company cops (Ward Bond, and William Gargan as Slim), in Warner Bros.’ controversial Black Fury, 1935.
Arsene Lupin (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Even Before Breakfast Now dressed and at the party, Sonia (Karen Morley) is introduced by the Duke (John Barrymore, also the title character) to wealthy and befuddled Gourney-Martin (Tully Marshall), in Arsene Lupin, 1932.
Mata Hari (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Shiva, I Dance For You Russian pilot Alexis (Ramon Novarro) and general Shubin (Lionel Barrymore) are among the eager audience for the first appearance of the title character, Greta Garbo as the dancer and reputed spy in WWI Paris, Karen Morley her contact, C. Henry Gordon the French spy hunter, early in Mata Hari, 1931.
Gabriel Over The White House (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Return To Prosperity President Hammond (Walter Huston) is happy to stifle a populist reporter (Mischa Auer) in an early scene from Gabriel over the White House, 1933, directed Gregory LaCava, from a novel by Thomas Frederic Tweed.
Gabriel Over The White House (1933) -- (Movie Clip) I Fired Him! Secretary of State Brooks (Arthur Byron) and the cabinet are startled as President Hammond (Walter Huston) seems changed upon his recovery from a coma, in Gregory LaCava's Gabriel over the White House, 1933.
Gabriel Over The White House (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Open, President Hammond Opening titles and swearing-in of President Hammond (Walter Huston) in probably MGM's most radical film, Gabriel over the White House, 1933, from producer Walter Wanger and director Gregory LaCava.
Beloved Enemy (1936) -- (Movie Clip) All Ireland Is A Park Incognito Irish rebel Dennis Riordan (Brian Ahern) thanks supporter Cathleen (Karen Morley) then takes Lady Helen (Merle Oberon), the impartial daughter of the British emissary, on what amounts to a date in Samuel Goldwyn's Beloved Enemy, 1936.
Arsene Lupin (1932) -- (Movie Clip) How Do You Like My Bed? Having just ducked bill collectors at his own party, the Duke (John Barrymore, also a thief and the title character) finds naked Sonia (Karen Morley) in his bed, in Arsene Lupin, 1932.
Our Daily Bread (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Why Pay Rent? Values expressed with road signs in what later became Tarzana, California, as volunteers gather and get interviewed by farmer John (Tom Keene) in King Vidor's self-financed Depression drama Our Daily Bread, 1934.


Charles Vidor
Director. Married in 1932; divorced in 1943.
Lloyd Gough