Nancy Gates

Nancy Gates




Cast (Feature Film)

Comanche Station (1960)
Mrs. Nancy Lowe
The Gunfight at Dodge City (1959)
Some Came Running (1959)
Edith Barclay
The Rawhide Trail (1958)
Nancy Collins
Death of a Scoundrel (1956)
Stephanie North
Wetbacks (1956)
Sally Parker
The Search for Bridey Murphy (1956)
Hazel Bernstein
The Bottom of the Bottle (1956)
Mildred Martin
Magnificent Roughnecks (1956)
Jane Rivers
World Without End (1956)
The Brass Legend (1956)
Linda Gipson
Top of the World (1955)
Lt. Mary Ross
Masterson of Kansas (1955)
Amy Merrick
Stranger on Horseback (1955)
Caroline Webb
No Man's Woman (1955)
Louise Nelson
Hell's Half Acre (1954)
Sally Lee
Suddenly (1954)
Ellen Benson
The Member of the Wedding (1953)
Torch Song (1953)
Celia Stewart
Target Hong Kong (1953)
Ming Shan
At Sword's Point (1952)
Princess Henriette
The Atomic City (1952)
Ellen Haskell
Roll Thunder Roll! (1949)
Carol Loomis
Check Your Guns (1948)
Cathy Jordan
Cheyenne Takes Over (1947)
Fay Wilkins
The Spanish Main (1945)
Bride by Mistake (1944)
Janie Mason
A Night of Adventure (1944)
Connie Mathews
Nevada (1944)
Hattie Ide
The Master Race (1944)
Nina [Varin]
Behind the Rising Sun (1943)
Hitler's Children (1943)
This Land Is Mine (1943)
Julie Grant
Gildersleeve's Bad Day (1943)
Margie Forrester
The Magnificent Ambersons (1942)
The Great Gildersleeve (1942)
The Tuttles of Tahiti (1942)
Tupa's daughter, age 14
Come on Danger (1941)
Young girl

Cast (Special)

Tom and Jerry (1955)
Jerry Macy

Life Events

Photo Collections

World Without End - Lobby Card Set
Here is a set of Lobby Cards from Allied Artists' World Without End (1956). 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.
Suddenly - Movie Posters
Here are a few original release American movie posters from Suddenly (1954), starring Frank Sinatra.


Movie Clip

Great Gildersleeve, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) That Female Man Trap! Title character (Harold Peavy) is hiding in the basement (visited by Lillian Randolph as Birdie) to avoid aggressive spinster Amelia (Mary Field), who’s made an unwelcome house call on singing pupil Leroy (Freddie Mercer, a highly trained singer, doing his own vocal, on an aria often sung by Enrico Caruso), who’s sort-of rescued by sister Margie (Nancy Gates) and her band, early in the first feature in the RKO series, The Great Gildersleeve, 1942.
Gildersleeve's Bad Day (1943) -- (Movie Clip) A Man Who Don't Like Ducks Through contrivance by niece and nephew Margie and Leroy (Nancy Gates, Freddie Mercer), title character “Uncle Morty” (Harold Peary) and the jury are dining at his place, Birdie and aunt Emma (Lillian Randolph, Jane Darwell) serving, Alex Christy the bailiff, Richard LeGrand as Peavy, and semi-crooked George (Harold Landon) on the phone, in GIlderseeve’s Bad Day, 1943.
Gildersleeve's Bad Day (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Save Some Of The Pep! Troublesome laundry delivery guy George (Harold Landon) bothers Peanuts (Jimmy Clemons Jr.) and Leroy (Freddie Mercer) to get at Margie (Nancy Gates), getting ready to open the canteen, prying her from Jimmy (Russell Wade) as he advances the plot to bribe the jury on which their uncle, the title character, is serving, in the second movie in the RKO series, GIlderseeve’s Bad Day, 1943.
Great Gildersleeve, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) Biggest Man In Summerfield The orphan kids (Nancy Gates and Freddie Mercer as niece and nephew Margie and Leroy) don’t want to be separated by Judge Hooker (Charles Arnt) from their uncle, the title character (Harold Peary) so they decide to mount an aimless campaign, using his own hobby printing press, on his behalf, in the first movie in the RKO series based on the NBC radio sit-com, The Great Gildersleeve, 1942.
Gildersleeve's Bad Day (1943) -- (Movie Clip) I'm No Groundhog, Brother! Rapid exposition, Otis (Dink Trout) is serving summons and arrives at the Gildersleeve’s house where Margie (Nancy Gates) and the gals (Barbara Hale et al) are fundraising, while Birdie (Lillian Randolph) serves and the title character (Harold Peary) and Leroy (Freddie Mercer) are busy in the basement (again!) in RKO’s second feature in the series, GIldersleeve’s Bad Day, 1943.
Masterson Of Kansas (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Hard, Fast Or Dead Exiting court in Dodge City, title character George Montgomery hears from good-guy rancher Merrick (John Maxwell), friend to the local Indians who’s just been railroaded for murder, who’s taken to jail by Wyatt Earp (Bruce Cowling), then clashes with Merrick’s daughter Amy (Nancy Gates), in Masterson Of Kansas, 1954.
Masterson Of Kansas (1954) -- (Movie Clip) The Laws Of The White Man More rapid plot progress, George Montgomery as the title-role sheriff of Dodge City confronts Jay Silverheels as neighboring chief Yellow Hawk, reluctant to hand over falsely-accused rancher and “Peacemaker” Merrick (John Maxwell), whose schoolteacher daughter Amy (Nancy Gates) offers support in jail, early in Masterson Of Kansas, 1954.
Masterson Of Kansas (1954) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Curiously Unmoved Title character George Montgomery, seeking info about villain Bennett, has made momentary peace with ailing gambler and gunfighter Doc Holliday (James Griffith), to whom Bennett owes big money, aiming to clear framed rancher Merrick, whose dazzling daughter (Nancy Gates) soon appears, hoping to prevent his hanging, in Masterson Of Kansas, 1954.
Member Of The Wedding, The (1952) -- (Movie Clip) That Green And Crazy Summer Julie Harris (as "Frankie") with Ethel Waters (as "Berenice") and the rest of the cast, introduced in the opening scene of Fred Zinnemann's The Member of the Wedding, 1952, from Carson McCullers' novel and play.
World Without End (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Exponential Time Displacement Aided in another escape from one-eyed humanoid goons on the surface, Galbraithe (Nelson Leigh) and crew (Hugh Marlowe, Rod Taylor, Christopher Dark) have their suspicions confirmed by Timmek (Everett Glass), who has a skeptical colleague (Booth Colman) and a mini-skirted daughter (Nancy Gates), in World Without End, 1956.
Suddenly (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Nothing Wrong Yet At this point, as far as we know Baron (Frank Sinatra) and posse (Paul Frees, Christopher Dark) might be legitimate, as they visit Ellen (Nancy Gates), son Pidge (Kim Carney) and Pops (James Gleason) before a still-secret presidential visit to a California town called Suddenly, 1954.
Suddenly (1954) -- (Movie Clip) She Doesn't Like Guns Opening scene, Sterling Hayden is Tod, the sheriff, Pidge (Kim Charney) the son of widowed Ellen (Nancy Gates) of whom, we learn, the sheriff is enamored, in a small California town for which the movie is named, Suddenly, the 1954 assassination drama co-starring Frank Sinatra.


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