Pamela Blake



Also Known As
Adele Pearce
Birth Place
Oakland, California, USA
August 06, 1915
October 06, 2009
Cause of Death
Natural Causes




Cast (Feature Film)

Ghost Of Zorro (1959)
Border Ambush (1954)
Betty [Johnson]
Waco (1952)
Kathy Clark
Danger Zone (1951)
Vicki Jason
The Daltons' Women (1951)
Joan Collins
Joe Palooka Meets Humphrey (1950)
Anne Palooka
Federal Man (1950)
Judith Palmer
Border Rangers (1950)
Ellen Reed
Gunfire (1950)
Highway 13 (1949)
Sky Liner (1949)
Ghost of Zorro (1949)
Stage Struck (1948)
Janet Winters
Son of God's Country (1948)
Cathy Thornton
The Hat-box Mystery (1947)
Susie [Hart]
The Case of the Baby Sitter (1947)
The Sea Hound (1947)
Live Wires (1946)
Mary Mahoney
Mysterious Intruder (1946)
Elora Lund
Partners in Time (1946)
Elizabeth [Meadows]
Rolling Home (1946)
Pamela Crawford
The Runaround (1946)
Chick Carter, Detective (1946)
Three's a Crowd (1945)
Diane Whipple
Why Girls Leave Home (1945)
Diana Leslie
Captain Tugboat Annie (1945)
Marion Graves
Swing Fever (1944)
Slightly Dangerous (1943)
Unknown Guest (1943)
Kid Dynamite (1943)
Ivy [McGinnis]
Swing Shift Maisie (1943)
Maisie Gets Her Man (1942)
Elsie [McIntyre]
This Gun for Hire (1942)
The Omaha Trail (1942)
Julie Santley
Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant (1942)
Jimmy James
No Greater Sin (1941)
Betty [James]
Pop Always Pays (1940)
Edna Brewster
Millionaire Playboy (1940)
One Crowded Night (1940)
Ruth [Matson]
Men Against the Sky (1940)
Girl from Rio (1939)
Annette Templeton
Three Sons (1939)
Mamie Donaldson
Sorority House (1939)
Merle Scott
Full Confession (1939)
Laura Mahoney
Wyoming Outlaw (1939)
Irene Parker
The Utah Trail (1938)
Sally [Jeffers]
Stage Door (1937)
One in a Million (1937)
Eight Girls in a Boat (1934)

Cast (Short)

The Immortal Blacksmith (1944)

Life Events


Film acting debut


Movie Clip

Live Wires (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Overgrown Kid The first scene with Leo Gorcey reincarnated as "Slip Mahoney," in the first official "Bowery Boys" movie, who gets into trouble then joins his angered sister (Pamela Blake) and old Dead End and East Side Kids mates (Huntz Hall, Bobby Jordan, Billy Benedict), in Live Wires, 1946.
Live Wires (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Pierce's Peerless In perhaps an archetypal scene for the newly re-named Bowery Boys, Slip (Leo Gorcey) with mates (Huntz Hall, Bobby Jordan, Billy Benedict) and sister (Pamela Blake), tries his new sales pitch on a wary customer (BIlly Christy), early in Live Wires, 1946.
Swing Fever (1943) -- (Movie Clip) That Symphonietta Guy Kay Kyser is the bumbling Southerner in a New York composing house whose sheet music has been snatched, appealing to the secretary (Pamela Blake) with a weird trick until the camera gets stopped by 21-year old MGM contract player, Ava Gardner, in a bit part, in Swing Fever, 1943.
Slightly Dangerous (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Jumbo Banana Split After winning a prize for punctuality in her dead-end soda fountain job, Peggy (Lana Turner) makes a bet with pal Mitzi (Pamela Blake), impressing customers but running afoul of the new boss (Robert Young), early in Slightly Dangerous, 1943, directed by Wesley Ruggles.
This Gun For Hire (1942) -- (Movie Clip) At Home Alone Opening scene, Raven (Alan Ladd) arises and checks his assignment, tangles with the maid (Pamela Blake) then visits blackmailer Baker (Frank Ferguson) and his secretary (Bernadene Hayes), in This Gun For Hire, 1942, from a Graham Greene novel.
Federal Man -- (Movie Clip) Open, Taxpayers Opening credits and it's worth noting, the hero (William Edwards) does not die, after cuddling with his worried wife (Pamela Blake) in the Eagle-Lion production Federal Man, 1950.