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Dorothy Dix (I) (1910–2006)

Dorothy Dix was the sister of 'western' character film actor Tex Harding, birth name John Thye. She was approximately 8 years older than her brother John. She stopped making films in 1936 after her mother's death. She never had any children. Her sister Marie Louise Thye also did some uncredited work in the industry. See full bio »

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The Nevada Buckaroo JoAnn Clinton
Guns and Guitars Marjorie Miller
Drum Taps Eileen Carey
Wheels of Destiny Mary Collins


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 1936 Guns and Guitars
Marjorie Miller
 1936 Sunset of Power
Ruth Brannum
 1935 Music Is Magic
Alice - Pomeroy's Secretary (uncredited)
 1935 Dante's Inferno
Ticket Seller (uncredited)
 1935 Hollywood Trouble (Short)
 1934 Elinor Norton
Publisher's Staff (uncredited)
 1934 The Gold Ghost (Short)
 1934 Wheels of Destiny
Mary Collins
 1934 The Super Snooper (Short)
 1934 Trimmed in Furs (Short)
William's Wife
 1933 Drum Taps
Eileen Carey
 1932 Sinners in the Sun (uncredited)
 1932 Torchy Raises the Auntie (Short)
 1932 Torchy's Night Cap (Short)
 1932 Torchy Turns the Trick (Short)
 1931 Torchy Passes the Buck (Short)
 1931 Torchy (Short)
 1931 The Nevada Buckaroo
JoAnn Clinton
 1930 Dollar Dizzy (Short)
Gold-Digger (uncredited)
 1928 A Fighting Tenderfoot (Short)
 1927 A Midsummer Night's Steam (Short)

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Other Works:

Stage: Appeared in "Louder, Please" at the Belasco Theatre in Los Angeles, CA.


5' 2" (1.57 m)

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Older sister of Tex Harding. See more »

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