Marie Gelen
Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in) for Marie Gelen . If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.
Unmarried (1939)
Persons in Hiding (1939)
Hollywood Round-Up (1937)
Thoroughbred (1936)
Frisco Waterfront (1935)
The Spanish Cape Mystery (1935)
She Gets Her Man (1935)
Times Square Lady (1935)
One Hour Late (1934)
[ Foby Wing ]
She Was a Lady (1934)
Now I'll Tell (1934)
[ Shirley Temple ]
All Men Are Enemies (1934)
A Bedtime Story (1933)
Broken Hearts (1933)
King for a Night (1933)
My Woman (1933)
Disgraced! (1933)
Unashamed (1932)
Is My Face Red? (1932)
State's Attorney (1932)
Young Bride (1932)
Panama Flo (1932)
Bad Company (1931)
A Woman of Experience (1931)
Millie (1931)
[ Joan Blondell ]
The Painted Desert (1931)
The Cat Creeps (1930)
Her Man (1930)
Swing High (1930)
The Grand Parade (1930)
Blue Skies (1929)
The Ghost Talks (1929)
Words and Music (1929) 100 Hot DVDs

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Helen Twelvetrees was born Helen Marie Jurgens in Brooklyn, New York on December 25, 1908. Her interest in the theatricals was apparent at an early age. After graduating from high school. Helen embarked on a stage career. She participated in a number of plays in New York City, but gravitated toward film when she headed to the West Coast in late 1928. In 1929, Helen appeared in her first motion picture called THE GHOST TALKS. That was quickly followed by WORDS AND MUSIC and BLUE SKIES that same year. Through the early thirties, Helen appeared in a number of movies. Audiences appreciated the pixish, little blonde and the roles she played. Perhaps one of her finest roles was a June Perry in STATE'S ATTORNEY (1932) opposite John Barrymore. Helen's character was romantically involved with the district attorney and plays the part with absolute conviction. Helen continued a hectic filming pace until 1936. She filmed five movies in 1935, but played in only THOROUGHBRED in '36. In 1938, Helen went through a drought and made her last film the following year in UNMARRIED. Helen's film career had ended. Through the balance of her life there seemed to be a void. On February 13, 1958, died after she took an overdose of sedatives. She was 49.

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