Kathleen Burke

Miss Panther Woman
Kathleen B. Burke (September 5, 1913 – April 9, 1980) was an American movie actress of the 1930s, and former model.wikipedia
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Island of Lost Souls (1932 film)

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Born in Indiana in 1913, Burke worked as a dental assistant in Chicago, before winning a talent contest sponsored by Paramount Pictures to play Lota the "Panther Woman" in Island of Lost Souls (released December 1932), the first screen version of H.G. Wells's novel The Island of Dr. Moreau.
Island of Lost Souls is an American pre-Code science fiction horror film starring Charles Laughton, Richard Arlen, Leila Hyams, Béla Lugosi, and Kathleen Burke as the Panther Woman, theatrically released in 1932.

The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (film)

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This success led to more than a score of screen appearances over the following six years, most notably as the leading lady in The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (1935) opposite Gary Cooper, and The Last Outpost with Cary Grant that same year.
Kathleen Burke as Tania Volkanskaya, a beautiful and seductive young Russian woman who is Khan's ally. She is used as Khan's secret ace, who seduces young men when needed to forward Khan's plans. It was she who, with considerable ease, outwitted first Stone and then McGregor and Forsythe.

The Last Outpost (1935 film)

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This success led to more than a score of screen appearances over the following six years, most notably as the leading lady in The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (1935) opposite Gary Cooper, and The Last Outpost with Cary Grant that same year.
The film stars Cary Grant, Claude Rains, Gertrude Michael, Kathleen Burke, Colin Tapley, Margaret Swope and Billy Bevan.

Murders in the Zoo

Murders in the Zoo (1933)
Both Gorman and his wife Evelyn (Kathleen Burke) then return to America aboard a ship packed with captured animals he intends to add to his collection at a major zoo.

Mutiny Ahead

Mutiny Ahead (1935)
Mutiny Ahead is a 1935 American adventure film directed by Thomas Atkins and starring Neil Hamilton, Kathleen Burke and Leon Ames.

School for Girls

School for Girls (1934)
Kathleen Burke as Gladys Deacon

The Mad Game

The Mad Game (1933)
Kathleen Burke as Marilyn Kirk

Sunset Pass (1933 film)

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Sunset Pass (1933)
Kathleen Burke as Jane Preston

Nevada (1935 film)

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Nevada (1935)
The film stars Buster Crabbe, Kathleen Burke, Syd Saylor, Monte Blue, William Duncan and Richard Carle.

Good Dame

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Good Dame (1934)
The film stars Sylvia Sidney, Fredric March, Jack La Rue, Noel Francis, Russell Hopton, Bradley Page and Kathleen Burke.

Rocky Mountain Mystery

Rocky Mountain Mystery (1935)
Kathleen Burke as Flora Ballard

The Awakening of Jim Burke

The Awakening of Jim Burke (1935)
The film stars Jack Holt, Florence Rice, Jimmy Butler, Kathleen Burke, Robert Middlemass and Ralph Remley.

Navy Wife (1935 film)

Navy Wife
Navy Wife (1935)
The film stars Claire Trevor, Ralph Bellamy, Jane Darwell, Warren Hymer, Ben Lyon and Kathleen Burke.

The Sheik Steps Out

The Sheik Steps Out (1937)
The film stars Ramon Novarro, Lola Lane, Gene Lockhart, Kathleen Burke, Stanley Fields and Billy Bevan.

Boy of the Streets

Boy of the Streets (1938)
The film stars Jackie Cooper, Maureen O'Connor, Kathleen Burke, Robert Emmett O'Connor, Marjorie Main and Matty Fain.

Craig's Wife (film)

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Craig's Wife (1936)
Kathleen Burke as Adelaide Passmore

Montrose Cemetery

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Kathleen Burke - (September 5, 1913 – April 9, 1980)

Rascals (1938 film)

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Rascals (1938)
Kathleen Burke as Dr. Carter's Nurse

Paramount Pictures

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Born in Indiana in 1913, Burke worked as a dental assistant in Chicago, before winning a talent contest sponsored by Paramount Pictures to play Lota the "Panther Woman" in Island of Lost Souls (released December 1932), the first screen version of H.G. Wells's novel The Island of Dr. Moreau.

H. G. Wells

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Born in Indiana in 1913, Burke worked as a dental assistant in Chicago, before winning a talent contest sponsored by Paramount Pictures to play Lota the "Panther Woman" in Island of Lost Souls (released December 1932), the first screen version of H.G. Wells's novel The Island of Dr. Moreau.

The Island of Doctor Moreau

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Born in Indiana in 1913, Burke worked as a dental assistant in Chicago, before winning a talent contest sponsored by Paramount Pictures to play Lota the "Panther Woman" in Island of Lost Souls (released December 1932), the first screen version of H.G. Wells's novel The Island of Dr. Moreau.

Gary Cooper

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This success led to more than a score of screen appearances over the following six years, most notably as the leading lady in The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (1935) opposite Gary Cooper, and The Last Outpost with Cary Grant that same year.

Cary Grant

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This success led to more than a score of screen appearances over the following six years, most notably as the leading lady in The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (1935) opposite Gary Cooper, and The Last Outpost with Cary Grant that same year.