Highest Rated: 98% Nothing But a Man (1963)
Lowest Rated: 68% Baby Boom (1987)
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A blonde stock company ingenue, Dorothy Hall was awarded a screen contract by independent producer Samuel Zierler, who cast her opposite virile George Walsh in three low-budget melodramas: The Broadway Drifter, Back to Liberty, and The Winning Oar (all 1927). Unfortunately, Walsh's career was waning after losing the lead in Ben Hur (1925) and the films were not successful. After appearing in the hit 1929 Broadway production of The Greeks Had a Word for It, Hall was given a contract with Paramount, but her roles in such films as Laughing Lady (1930) and Working Girls (1931) were not memorable.
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