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Occupation
  
Actress

Years active
  
1933-1946


Name
  
Maxine Doyle

Role
  
Film actress

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Born
  
January 1, 1915 (
1915-01-01
)
San Francisco, California

Died
  
May 7, 1973, Los Angeles, California, United States

Spouse
  
William Witney (m. 1938–1973)

Movies
  
SOS Coast Guard, The Mystery Man, Condemned to Live, 6 Day Bike Rider, Round‑Up Time in Texas

Similar People
  
William Witney, Alan James, Joseph Kane, Phil Rosen, Lloyd Bacon

Good Morning, Eve! - 1934 Vitaphone Technicolor Short


Maxine Doyle (January 1, 1915 — May 7, 1973) was an American film actress.

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Career

Doyle appeared in almost forty films between 1933 and 1946 and is known for her work at Republic Pictures. Among her films was "Babbitt" 1934 with Aline MacMahon and Guy Kibbeee, "6 Day Biker Rider" 1934 and "Condemned to Live" 1935.

Personal life

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She was married to William Witney, a film director, whom she met while filming the serial film S.O.S. Coast Guard (1937); they had one child.

Death

Maxine Doyle Maxine Doyle 1915 1973 Find A Grave Memorial

Known privately as Maxine Doyle Witney, she died at age 58 from complications from cancer.



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Filmography

Actress
1946
Daughter of Don Q as
Knockout Nellie (uncredited)
1944
Firebrands of Arizona as
Newspaper Reporter (uncredited)
1944
End of the Road as
Florist (uncredited)
1944
San Fernando Valley as
Cowgirl (uncredited)
1944
Sing, Neighbor, Sing as
Maxine
1944
Man from Frisco as
Woman (uncredited)
1944
The Lady and the Monster as
Receptionist (uncredited)
1944
Beneath Western Skies as
Mrs. Davis (uncredited)
1943
Raiders of Sunset Pass as
Sally Meehan
1943
Mystery Broadcast as
Telephone Operator (uncredited)
1943
Overland Mail Robbery as
Mrs. Bradley (uncredited)
1943
Song of Texas as
Cowgirl (uncredited)
1943
Chatterbox as
Dude Ranch Guest (uncredited)
1943
Shantytown as
Secretary (uncredited)
1943
G-Men vs. The Black Dragon as
Marie [Ch. 8]
1937
SOS Coast Guard as
Jean Norman
1937
Thanks for Listening as
Toots
1937
Come on, Cowboys as
Ellen Reed
1937
Round-Up Time in Texas as
Gwen Barkley
1936
Lucky Fugitives as
Aline McLain
1936
Fury Below as
Mary Norsen
1936
Rio Grande Romance as
Joan Williams
1936
Taming the Wild as
June Bolton
1936
It's Up to You as
Mary Kane
1935
Condemned to Live as
Marguerite Mane
1935
Born to Gamble as
Cora Strickland
1935
The Mystery Man as
Anne Ogilvie
1934
Babbitt as
Verona Babbitt
1934
6 Day Bike Rider as
Phyllis Jenkins
1934
Student Tour as
Ann Lippincott - Ethelred's Niece
1934
Kansas City Princess as
Silent Outdoor Girl of America (uncredited)
1934
Dames as
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
1934
Good Morning, Eve! (Short) as
Queen Gwinevere
1934
Service with a Smile (Short) as
Girl in Auto
1934
The Key as
Pauline O'Connor
1934
She Made Her Bed as
Flapper (uncredited)
1934
Fashions of 1934 as
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
1933
Footlight Parade as
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
1933
Old King Cole (Short) as
Singer (voice)
Soundtrack
1937
Round-Up Time in Texas (performer: "Drink Old England Dry" - uncredited)
1934
Student Tour (performer: "The Carlo" (1934), "A New Moon Is Over My Shoulder" (1934), "From Now On" (1934))
1934
Good Morning, Eve! (Short) (performer: "Got There Just the Same" - uncredited)
1934
Service with a Smile (Short) (performer: "Whatcha Gonna Do Now?" (1934) - uncredited)
Archive Footage
1966
Black Dragon of Manzanar (TV Movie) as
Marie
1942
SOS Coast Guard as
Jean Norman

References

Maxine Doyle Wikipedia


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