Mae Clarke

Aug 16, 1910


A nightclub dancer in her teens, Mae Clarke rose to prominence on the Broadway musical stage of the 1920s. In films, Clarke nearly always seemed predestined for tragedy and abuse: she played the long-suffering bride of the title character in Frankenstein (1931), the self-sacrificing trollop Molly Molloy in The Front Page (1931), and the streetwalker… More


Mae Clarke Videos

Singin' In The Rain
4 minutes 3 seconds
A Big Hand For The Little Lady
2 minutes 53 seconds
The Catered Affair
2 minutes 25 seconds
29 seconds
I Died A Thousand Times
3 minutes 3 seconds

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