Doris Davenport Overview:

Actress, Doris Davenport, was born on Jan 1, 1917 in Moline, IL. Davenport died at the age of 63 on Jun 18, 1980 in Santa Cruz, CA .



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By Brandie on Jun 10, 2012 From True Classics

is not a name that is very familiar to movie fans, for she sadly did not have a very long-lasting career in Hollywood, having appeared in only a handful of films between 1934 and 1940. A beautiful actress who worked as a model to support herself in between roles, Davenport flirted wi... Read full article

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Judge Roy W. Bean: Are you an attorney, Miss?
Jane Ellen Mathews: I'm as much an attorney as you are a judge!

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Was most critical to the plot of Wyler's 'The Westerner' (1940), which pitted the wiles of Gary Cooper against those of Walter Brennan.

According to David Ragan's "Who's Who In Hollywood", her career ended shortly after she had completed "The Westerner" due to a car crash in which her legs were crushed, so that for the remainder of her life she could not walk without the use of a cane.

Max Arnow discovered her in New York where she was working as a Powers model.

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