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Occupation  Television actress
Name  Georgia Ellis
Role  Film actress

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Died  March 1988, Woodland Hills, California, United States
Awards  Indiana State Poet Laureate
Movies  Doomed Caravan, Penny Serenade, The Light of Western Stars, Dragnet
Similar People  Lesley Selander, Jack Webb, George Stevens

Georgia Ellis (March 12, 1917–March 30, 1988) was a red-haired American actress who is best known for her recurring role of Kitty in the popular Western radio drama Gunsmoke.

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Radio

In addition to her work on Gunsmoke, Ellis was a member of the cast of Rogers of the Gazette. She also appeared on CBS Radio Workshop.

Television

Ellis played a number of small roles on the Dragnet TV series in the 1950s.

Film

Ellis appeared in the films, Dragnet (1954), Penny Serenade (1940), Doomed Caravan (1941), and Light of the Western Stars (1940).

Ellis also used the name Georgia Hawkins, making her film debut under that name in The Light of Western Stars. A news story at that time referred to her and another actress as "discoveries of Victor Jory."

Stage

Ellis's Broadway credits include Smiles (1930-1931), Zigfeld Follies of 1931 (1931), Hot-Cha! (1932), and Melody (1933).

References

Georgia Ellis Wikipedia


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