~Josephine Dunn~

Born: May 1, 1906 in New York City, NY, USA
Died: February 3, 1983 in Thousand Oaks, CA, USA
~Filmography~
Birth of a Baby (1938) ... Mrs. Bromley
The Seminoles (1935)
Mr. Broadway (1933) ... Josephine Dunn
Playthings of Desire (1933) ... Anne Cabot Ford
Fast Life (1933) ... Swimmer (uncredited)
Between Fighting Men (1932) ... Goldie
The Fighting Gentleman (1932) ... Jeanette Larkin
Big City Blues (1932) ... Jackie DeVoe (uncredited)
Forbidden Company (1932) ... Harriet Brown
One Hour with You (1932) ... Mademoiselle Martel
Murder at Dawn (1932) ... Doris Farrington
Two Kinds of Women (1932) ... Clarissa Smith
Sealed Lips (Short) (1931)
Stay Out (Short) (1931)
Air Police (1931) ... Dolores
Madonna of the Streets (1930) ... Marion
Second Honeymoon (1930) ... Mary Huntley
Safety in Numbers (1930) ... Maxine

Red Hot Rhythm (1929) ... Claire
A Most Immoral Lady (1929) ... Joan Porter
Big Time (1929) ... Gloria

Our Modern Maidens (1929) .... Ginger
Black Magic (1929) .... Katherine Bradbroke
A Man's Man (1929) .... Peggy
China Bound (1929) .... Joan
Sin Sister (1929) .... Ethelyn
All at Sea (1929) .... Shirley Page ... Movie Still Code: 396-X-X
Excess Baggage (1928) .... Elsa McCoy
A Million for Love (1928) .... Mary Norfleet
We Americans (1928) .... Helen Bradleigh
... aka The Heart of a Nation (UK)
Get Your Man (1927) .... Simone deVillenueve
She's a Sheik (1927) .... Wanda Fowler
Swim Girl, Swim (1927) .... Helen Tracey
With Love and Hisses (1927) .... Girlfriend
Fireman, Save My Child (1927) .... Dora Dumston
Love's Greatest Mistake (1927) .... Honey McNeil
The Sorrows of Satan (1926)
It's the Old Army Game (1926) .... Society Bather
... aka The Old Army Game (USA: review title)
Fascinating Youth (1926) .... Loris Lane
Fifty-Fifty (1925)
~Biography~
American actress Josephine Dunn got her start as a Broadway chorine when she was only 15 and
began working at Paramount five years later, going on to play leading roles through the early 1930s.
Later she played supporting leads and was typically cast as the villainess. She left films in 1933.

Biography by Sandra Brennan, AllMovie.com