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  1. Mae Clarke (* 16. August 1910 in Philadelphia; † 29. April 1992 in Woodland Hills; eigentlich Violet Mary Klotz) war eine US-amerikanische Filmschauspielerin . Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben. 2 Filmografie (Auswahl) 3 Weblinks. 4 Einzelnachweise. Leben.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Mae_ClarkeMae Clarke - Wikipedia

    Mae Clarke (born Violet Mary Klotz; August 16, 1910 – April 29, 1992) was an American actress. She is widely remembered for playing Henry Frankenstein's bride Elizabeth, who is chased by Boris Karloff in Frankenstein, and for being on the receiving end of James Cagney 's halved grapefruit in The Public Enemy. [3]

  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm0164883Mae Clarke - IMDb

    Mae Clarke was a vivacious blonde actress who starred in Pre-Code Hollywood films like The Front Page, Waterloo Bridge and Frankenstein. She had a long and varied career in theater, vaudeville, radio, television and painting, and died in 1992.

    • Actress, Soundtrack
    • August 16, 1910
    • 2 Min.
    • April 29, 1992
  4. Mae Clarke was a blonde actress who starred in Pre-Code Hollywood films like The Front Page, Waterloo Bridge and The Public Enemy. She had a turbulent career, a nervous breakdown, a car accident and a grapefruit in the face by James Cagney.

    • August 16, 1910
    • April 29, 1992
  5. 1. Mai 1992 · Mae Clarke, a film actress best remembered for the scene in which James Cagney pushed a grapefruit in her face in the 1931 gangster movie "Public Enemy," died on Wednesday at the Motion Picture...

  6. 30. Apr. 1992 · April 30, 1992 12 AM PT. TIMES STAFF WRITERS. Mae Clarke, the quintessential gun moll whose sharply etched features once were conjoined to a grapefruit, thus ensuring her a place in motion...

  7. 29. Apr. 1992 · Mae Clarke (born Violet Mary Klotz in 1910) was an American stage, screen, and television actress. She is best known for being the recipient of Jimmy Cagney's half grapefruit in 'The Public Enemy' and for her role in 'Frankenstein'.