Inez Courtney

Active - 1930 - 1940  |   Born - Mar 12, 1908 in New York City, NY  |   Died - Apr 5, 1975 in Neptune, NJ  |   Genres - Comedy, Drama, Musical, Romance, Mystery

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In films from 1930, comely actress Inez Courtney fluctuated between substantial second leads and bit parts for nearly a decade. While she had plenty of screen time in films like 1933's Hold Your Man, Courtney conversely played more than a few if-you-blink-you-miss-her parts in pictures like 1937's Hurricane (she's the well-dressed lady to whom Thomas Mitchell relates the film's plot in the opening scene). Under contract to Columbia from 1934 through 1940, Courtney appeared in everything from 2-reelers (Andy Clyde's It's the Cats) to series programmers (1939's Blondie Meets the Boss). Apparently, Inez Courtney and the film industry parted company in 1940.

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