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Priscilla Mullican Net Worth

Priscilla Mullican Net Worth is
$14 Million

Priscilla Mullican Biography

Priscilla Lane (June 12, 1915 – April 4, 1995) was an American actress. She is best remembered for her roles in the films The Roaring Twenties (1939) co-starring with James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart; Saboteur (1942), an Alfred Hitchcock film in which she plays the heroine; and Arsenic and Old Lace (1944), in which she portrays Cary Grant's fiancée and bride.

Known for movies

Quick Facts

Date Of BirthJune 12, 1915
Died1995-04-04
Place Of BirthIndianola, Iowa, USA
Height5' 2½" (1.59 m)
ProfessionActress, Soundtrack
SpouseJoseph A. Howard
Wikipediahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/?curid=35028792
Star SignGemini


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1Gave birth to her 1st child at age 30, a son Joseph Lawrence Howard, on December 31, 1945. Child's father is her 2nd husband, Joseph A. Howard.
2Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 34, a daughter Hannah Howard, on April 17, 1950. Child's father is her 2nd husband, Joseph A. Howard.
3Gave birth to her 3rd child at age 38, a daughter Judith Howard, on August 22, 1953. Child's father is her 2nd husband, Joseph A. Howard.
4Gave birth to her 4th child at age 40, a son James Howard, on December 4, 1955. Child's father is her 2nd husband, Joseph A. Howard.
5She is buried in Arlington National Cemetary (Section 60, Grave 1288, Grid EE-22) next to her husband, Col. Joe Howard, who was buried there with full military honors in 1976.
6Younger sister of Rosemary Lane, Lola Lane and Leota Lane.
7After Bette Davis refused the lead role in Four Daughters (1938), an adaptation of Fannie Hurst's novel "Sister Act", Priscilla's sister, Lola Lane, suggested to Jack L. Warner that she and her three other sisters star in the tearjerker. Priscilla and Rosemary Lane were signed on, but the oldest sister Leota Lane, who was flown in from New York to test for the part, was deemed unsuitable by the studio. Actress Gale Page replaced her. The movie was a hit, made a star out of John Garfield, and spawned two sequels: Four Wives (1939) and Four Mothers (1941).
8Following her retirement, she followed her Air Force husband around from the world from base to base, often singing at camp shows. They eventually settled in New England and had four children: Joseph Lawrence (1945), Hannah (1950), Judith (1953) and James (1955).
9Sister of stage actress Leota Lane [1904-1963] with whom she appeared in a 'Lux Radio Theatre' adaptation of Four Daughters (1938) in 1939.
10After turning down roles in Money and the Woman (1940) and My Love Came Back (1940), and asking for a raise, Priscilla was put on suspension by Jack L. Warner.
11Hosted The Priscilla Lane Show on a Boston television station in 1958.
12Was considered for the role of Melanie Wilkes in Gone with the Wind (1939).
13She had been dating assistant director and screenwriter Oren Haglund. They eloped to Yuma, Arizona on January 14, 1939, but Priscilla left him the following day. The marriage was soon annulled.


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Filmography

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Bodyguard1948Doris Brewster
'Fun on a Week-End'1947Nancy Crane
Arsenic and Old Lace1944Elaine Harper
The Meanest Man in the World1943Janie Brown
Silver Queen1942Coralie Adams
Saboteur1942Pat
Blues in the Night1941Character
Million Dollar Baby1941Pamela McAllister
Four Mothers1941Ann Lemp Deitz
3 Cheers for the Irish1940Maureen Casey
Brother Rat and a Baby1940Joyce Winfree
Four Wives1939Ann Lemp Borden
The Roaring Twenties1939Jean Sherman
Dust Be My Destiny1939Mabel Alden
Daughters Courageous1939Buff Masters
Yes, My Darling Daughter1939Ellen Murray
Swingtime in the Movies1938ShortPriscilla Lane (uncredited)
Brother Rat1938Joyce Winfree
Four Daughters1938Ann Lemp
Cowboy from Brooklyn1938Jane Hardy
Men Are Such Fools1938Linda Lawrence
Love, Honor and Behave1938Barbara Blake
Varsity Show1937Betty Bradley

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Arsenic and Old Lace1944"Bridal Chorus" 1850, uncredited
Blues in the Night1941performer: "Hang on to Your Lids, Kids" 1941, "This Time the Dream's on Me" 1941
3 Cheers for the Irish1940"Comin' Thro' the Rye", uncredited
The Roaring Twenties1939performer: "I'm Just Wild About Harry" 1921, "My Melancholy Baby" 1912, "It Had to Be You" 1924 - uncredited
Daughters Courageous1939performer: "They Say", "Happy Birthday to You" - uncredited
Cowboy from Brooklyn1938performer: "Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride"
Love, Honor and Behave1938performer: "Bei Mir Bist Du Schön" 1932
Varsity Show1937"Old King Cole" 1937, uncredited / performer: "I'm Dependable" 1937, "Have You Got Any Castles, Baby?" 1937 uncredited

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Play Your Part1941ShortHerself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Johnny Mercer: The Dream's on Me2009TV Movie documentaryHerself
The John Garfield Story2003TV Movie documentaryHerself
Presidential Blooper Reel1981Video shortHimself
Hollywood: The Great Stars1963TV Movie documentaryActress 'Four Daughters' (uncredited)
Stars on Horseback1943ShortHerself (uncredited)

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