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Filmography

Algiers. Dir. John Cromwell. Walte Wanger Productions. 1938.

Come Live with Me. Dir. Clarence Brown. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1941.

Comrade X. Dir. King Vidor. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1940.

The Conspirators. Dir. Jean Negulesko. Warner Bros. Pictures. 1944.

Crossroads.  Dir. Jack Conway. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1942.

Dishonored Lady. Dir. Robert Stevenson. United Artists. 1947.

Ecstasy. Dir. Gustav Machaty. 1933.

Experiment Perilous. Dir. Dir. Jacques Tourneur. RKO Pictures. 1944.

Girl, Interrupted.Dir. James Mangold. Columbia Pictures. 1999.

My Favorite Spy. Dir. Norman Z. McLeod. Paramount Pictures. 1951.

The Heavenly Body. Dir. Alexander Hall. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1944.

H. M. Pulham, Esq. Dir. King Vidor. 1941.

I Take this Woman. Dir. W. S. Van Dyke. MGM. 1941.

Lady of the Tropics. Dir. Jack Conway. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1939.

Let’s Live a Little. Dir. Richard Wallace. Eagle-Lion Films. 1948.

Loves of Three Queens. Dir. Marc Allegret and Edgar G. Elmer. 1954.

Samson and Dalilah. Dir. Cecile B. DeMille. Paramount Pictures. 1949.

Simone. Director: Andrew Nicool. New Line Cinema, 2002.

The Imitation Game.Morton Tyldum. The Weinstein Company. 2014.

Souls for Sale.  Dir. Robert Hughes. Goldwyn. 1923.

The Strange Woman. Dir. Edgar G. Ulmer. 1946.

Tortilla Flat. Dir. Victor Fleming. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1942.

White Cargo. Dir. Richard Thorpe. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1942.

Ziegfeld Girl. Dir. Robert Z. Leonard. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1941.

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