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Aileen Carlyle (1906–1984)

Aileen Carlyle was born on March 5, 1906 in San Francisco, California, USA as Aileen Bauer. She was an actress, known for The Dude Wrangler (1930), Meet the Wife (1931) and Dragstrip Riot (1958). She died on May 3, 1984 in San Fernando, California. See full bio »

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Known For

The Dude Wrangler Dude Guest
Dragstrip Riot Café Manager
The Country Doctor Mrs. Wyatt


Hide Hide Show Show Actress (52 credits)
 1967 The Monkees (TV Series)
- Monkees at the Movies (1967) ... Mother (credit only)
 1966 That Girl (TV Series)
Woman Customer
- Goodbye, Hello, Goodbye (1966) ... Woman Customer
 1962 Checkmate (TV Series)
The Second Guest
- The Renaissance of Gussie Hill (1962) ... The Second Guest
 1961 Shannon (TV Series)
 1960 Bells Are Ringing
Party Guest (uncredited)
 1959 Ask Any Girl
Mrs. Rumple (uncredited)
 1958 How to Marry a Millionaire (TV Series)
Mrs. Lowell
- A Job for Jesse (1958) ... Mrs. Lowell
 1958 Dragnet (TV Series)
 1958 Dragstrip Riot
Café Manager
 1955 Three for the Show
Mother (uncredited)
 1954 Brigadoon
Milkmaid (uncredited)
 1954 Duffy's Tavern (TV Series)
Bertha Middleton
- Archie's Singing Contest ... Bertha Middleton
 1953 My Friend Irma (TV Series)
- Episode #3.1 (1953)
 1952 Stars and Stripes Forever
Mme. Estelle Liebling (uncredited)
 1952 Love Is Better Than Ever
Mrs. Ludlow (uncredited)
 1952 Return of the Texan
Cordy Spiller (uncredited)
 1950 Harvey
Miss Tewksbury (uncredited)
 1950 I'll Get By
Opera Singer (uncredited)
 1950 Father of the Bride
Engagement Party Guest (uncredited)
 1946 Notorious
Woman at Party (uncredited)
 1945 Adventure
Matron (uncredited)
 1943 Mexican Spitfire's Blessed Event
Mrs. Pettibone
 1942 Mrs. Miniver
Glee Club Member (uncredited)
 1940 Margie
Mrs. Gypsum-Weed
 1939 The Women
Miss Hicks (uncredited)
 1938 The Lone Wolf in Paris
Bertha (uncredited)
 1938 Holiday
Farm Girl (scenes deleted)
 1938 Midnight Intruder
Annie - the Maid (uncredited)
 1937 Conquest
Servant (uncredited)
 1937 The Man Who Cried Wolf
Maid (uncredited)
 1937 Girl Overboard
Housewife (uncredited)
 1936 The Country Doctor
Mrs. Wyatt
 1936 Rose-Marie
Susan - Maid (uncredited)
 1935 Slightly Static (Short)
Opera Singer (uncredited)
 1935 People Will Talk
Harriet (uncredited)
 1934 This Side of Heaven
Nurse (uncredited)
 1933 The Stranger's Return
Thelma Redfield
 1932 The Man from Yesterday
Nurse (uncredited)
 1932 Ex-Rooster (Short)
 1931 Murder at Midnight
Ella (as Aileen Carlisle)
 1931 The County Seat (Short)
 1931 The Miracle Woman
Violet (uncredited)
 1931 Too Young to Marry
 1931 Meet the Wife
 1931 Blood and Thunder (Short)
The Baby's Mother (uncredited)
 1930 The Dude Wrangler
Dude Guest
 1929 Marching On (Short)
 1929/I Hurdy Gurdy (Short)
Mrs. Schnitzmeyer
 1929 Jed's Vacation (Short)
 1928 Nifty Numbers (Short)
 1928 Should Scotchmen Marry? (Short)
 1926/I Sweet Adeline

Personal Details

Other Works:

Vocalist with Red Ingle on the 1946 Spike Jones record, "The Glow Worm."

Alternate Names:

Aileen Carlisle


5' 6" (1.68 m)

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Actress, songwriter ("A Christmas Song"), and author, she joined ASCAP in 1964 and her chief musical collaborators included Arthur Bergh, Robert Ecton and Radie Britain. Her other popular-song compositions include "Marching Song", "Where Freedom Walks" and "Lullaby of the Bells".

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