Julie Bishop

Julie Bishop




Cast (Feature Film)

The Big Land (1957)
Kate Johnson
Headline Hunters (1955)
Laura Stewart
The High and the Mighty (1954)
Lillian Pardee
Sabre Jet (1953)
Mrs. Marge Hale
Westward the Women (1952)
Laurie [Smith]
Secrets of Beauty (1951)
Sands of Iwo Jima (1949)
Deputy Marshal (1949)
Claire Benton, also known as Claire Northey
The Threat (1949)
Ann Williams
High Tide (1947)
Julie Vaughn
Last of the Redmen (1947)
Cora Munro
Murder in the Music Hall (1946)
Idea Girl (1946)
Pat O'Rourke
Strange Conquest (1946)
Virginia Sommers
Cinderella Jones (1946)
Rhapsody in Blue (1945)
Lee Gershwin
You Came Along (1945)
Joyce Heath
Hollywood Canteen (1944)
The Hard Way (1943)
Northern Pursuit (1943)
Laura McBain
Action in the North Atlantic (1943)
Pearl O'Neill
Princess O'Rourke (1943)
Wild Bill Hickok Rides (1942)
Lady Gangster (1942)
Myrtle Reed
Busses Roar (1942)
Reba Richards
I Was Framed (1942)
Ruth Marshall
Escape from Crime (1942)
Molly O'Hara
The Hidden Hand (1942)
Rita Channing
International Squadron (1941)
Mary [Wyatt]
Steel Against the Sky (1941)
The Nurse's Secret (1941)
Florence Lentz
Back in the Saddle (1941)
Her First Romance (1940)
Eileen Strong
The Ranger and the Lady (1940)
Jane Tabor
Young Bill Hickok (1940)
Louise Mason
Girl in 313 (1940)
My Son Is Guilty (1939)
Julia Allen
Torture Ship (1939)
Joan Martel
The Kansas Terrors (1939)
Behind Prison Gates (1939)
Shelia Murray
My Son Is a Criminal (1939)
Myrna Kingsley
Flight to Fame (1938)
Barbara Fiske
Flight into Nowhere (1938)
Joan Hammond
Highway Patrol (1938)
Jane Brady
The Little Adventuress (1938)
Helen Gould
The Main Event (1938)
Helen Phillips
When G-Men Step In (1938)
Marjory Drake
Little Miss Roughneck (1938)
Mary LaRue
Spring Madness (1938)
Mady Platt
Girls Can Play (1937)
Ann Casey
Counsel for Crime (1937)
Ann McIntyre
She Married an Artist (1937)
Betty [Dennis]
The Frame-Up (1937)
Betty Lindale
Paid to Dance (1937)
Joan Bradley
The Bohemian Girl (1936)
Arline as an adult
Coronado (1935)
Barbara Forrest
Night Cargo (1935)
Claire Martineau, alias Marty
Square Shooter (1935)
Sally Wayne
Kiss and Make-Up (1934)
Beauty clinic patient
The Black Cat (1934)
Joan Alison
Happy Landing (1934)
Janet Curtis
The Loudspeaker (1934)
Janet Melrose
Alice in Wonderland (1933)
Alice's sister
Tarzan the Fearless (1933)
Mary Brooks
Tillie and Gus (1933)
Mary Sheridan
Clancy of the Mounted (1933)
Scareheads (1931)
The Family Upstairs (1926)
Annabelle Heller
The Golden Bed (1925)
Flora, as a child
Classified (1925)
The Home Maker (1925)

Cast (Short)

You're Telling Me (1932)
The Knockout (1932)
Skip the Maloo! (1931)

Life Events


Movie Clip

Bohemian Girl, The (1936) -- (Movie Clip) I Dreamt I Dwelled In Marbled Halls Jumping 12 years during which time the child of adoptive gypsy “uncles” Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy has grown up to be Jacqueline Wells (later known as Julie Bishop, the name she adopted in 1941 when she signed with Warner Bros.), with a song from the original operetta by Michael William Balfe, in The Bohemian Girl, 1936.
Black Cat, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) The Years Have Been Kind After their bus wreck, Peter (David Manners) and unconscious bride Joan (Jacqueline Wells) are led, maybe not by accident, by Dr. Werdegast (Bela Lugosi) to the home of his old acquaintance Poelzig (Boris Karloff), in The Black Cat, 1934, directed by Edgar Ulmer.
Black Cat, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) All-Consuming Horror Released prisoner Dr. Werdegast (Bela Lugosi) and host Poelzig (Boris Karloff) have just been arguing over old feuds when tourist Peter (David Manners), joins them, with a cat, then his wife (Jacqueline Wells), in The Black Cat, 1934.
Black Cat, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Few Have Returned Honeymooners Peter and Joan (David Manners, Jacqueline Wells) departing Budapest are joined by the polite but unexpected Dr. Werdergast (Bela Lugosi), early in The Black Cat, 1934, based on an Edgar Allan Poe story.
Back In The Saddle (1941) -- (Movie Clip) I'm An Old Cowhand Taffy (Jacqueline Wells) is sending a telegram when Gene (Autry) bumps into her little sister Patsy (Mary Lee), leading to their offering of Johnny Mercer's I'm An Old Cowhand, and his apology for an earlier misunderstanding, in Back In The Saddle, 1941.
Back In The Saddle (1941) -- (Movie Clip) You Are My Sunshine Gene (Autry) is persuaded by Patsy (Mary Lee) and his sidekick Frog (Smiley Burnette) to introduce You Are My Sunshine by (Future Louisiana Governor) Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell to her irritated sister Taffy (Jacqueline Wells), who needs new material, in Back In The Saddle, 1941.