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Kay Leslie


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About Kay Leslie

Kay Leslie is most well known for acting, and has 7 known credits, of which 7 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Kay Leslie’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Kay Leslie’s movies you should definitely watch The Invisible Woman (1940), as with 5.0 it is the highest rated movie Kay has worked on!

  1. The Invisible Woman (1940)
  2. Buck Privates (1941)
  3. One Night in the Tropics (1940)
  4. Seven Sinners (1940)
  5. My Life with Caroline (1941)

1. The Invisible Woman (1940 Movie)

The best rated movie Kay Leslie has been a part of is the romance, science fiction, comedy, rom-com movie The Invisible Woman, where they had the role of Model. It has a rating on Friendspire of 5.0 and 6.0 on IMDb.

2. Buck Privates (1941)

Buck Privates has a rating on Friendspire of 5.0 and 7.0 on IMDb . Kay Leslie worked on this comedy, music movie as Camp Hostess.

3. One Night in the Tropics (1940)

In One Night in the Tropics Kay Leslie was worked as Toast the Knowing. This comedy, music, romance, rom-com movie has a rating on Friendspire of 1.0 and 6.3 on IMDb.

4. Seven Sinners (1940)

This comedy, drama, romance, rom-com movie has a rating on 6.6 on IMDb. In Seven Sinners Kay Leslie had the role of Sailor's Girl (uncredited).

5. My Life with Caroline (1941)

Kay Leslie was a part of the movie My Life with Caroline as Helen. This comedy movie has a rating 5.7 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

What is Kay most known for?

Kay Leslie is most known for acting. Kay has worked on 7 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Kay Leslie’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is The Invisible Woman, which has a score of 5.0.

Kay’s Filmography

As Native Girl (uncredited). Jim "Lucky" Moore, an insurance salesman, comes up with a novel policy for his friend, Steve: a 'love insurance policy', that will pay out $1-million if Steve does not marry his fiancée, Cynthia. The upcoming marriage is jeopardized by Steve's ex-girlfriend, Mickey, and Cynthia's disapproving Aunt Kitty. The policy is underwritten by a nightclub owner, Roscoe, who sends two enforcers - Abbott and Costello - to ensure that the wedding occurs as planned.

As Camp Hostess. Petty con artists Slicker Smith and Herbie Brown mistakenly join the Army evading the cops. The cop chasing them winds up as their drill instructor. A rich young man and his former working class chauffeur are not only in the same unit, they're vying for a pretty girl who seems attracted to both.

As Sailor's Girl (uncredited). Beautiful chanteuse 'Bijou' (Marlene Dietrich) cascades through Malaysia's ports of call eventually landing in a handsome lieutenant's lap. As Bijou 'drifts through the standards', the fleet's Admiral reckons the US Navy "already has enough destroyers". A Marlene classic with songs by Frederick Hollander and a young and promising John Wayne.

As Secretary. In this musical comedy, a motley band of musicians have only their extreme poverty in common. They end up writing a hit and getting a recording contract. The trouble is, the composer's works are never played without another band member doctoring them up to make them swingier. Fortunately, the composer isn't too averse to the changes as he has just won the heart of the beauty who sings his revamped songs. Songs include: "Where Did You Get That Girl?" (Harry Puck, Bert Kalmar, sung by Helen Parrish), "Sergeant Swing," "Rug-Cuttin' Romeo" (Milton Rosen, Everett Carter).

As Marge Adams. Local "patriot's league" leader secretly kills off ranchers, buys up their estates, which are undermined with tin ore; Marshal and singing cowpoke team up to find villain and motive.

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