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Virginia Mayo (November 30, 1920 – January 17, 2005) was an American film actress.
After a short career in vaudeville, Mayo progressed to films and during the 1940s established herself as a supporting player in such films as The Best Years of Our Lives (1946) and White Heat (1949).
She worked extensively during the 1950s, but after this her appearances were fewer. She worked occasionally until her final performance in 1997.
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|The Princess and the Pirate||Princess Margaret||1944|
|Pearl of the South Pacific||Rita Delaine||1955|
|Colorado Territory||Colorado Carson||1949|
|White Heat||Verna Jarrett||1949|
|Along the Great Divide||Ann Keith||1951|
|The Silver Chalice||Helena||1954|
|The Flame and the Arrow||Anne de Hesse||1950|
|Red Light||Carla North||1949|
|King Richard And The Crusaders||Lady Edith Plantagenet||1954|
|The Best Years of Our Lives||Marie Derry||1946|
|The Man Next Door||Lucia||0000|
|White Heat: Top of the World||Herself||2005|