Rita Quigley (Rita Quigley)

Rita Quigley

Actress. She appeared in more than a dozen films during the 1940s. After making her big screen debut at the age of seventeen in the 1940 picture “Susan and God”, she would have memorable roles in the pictures “Five Little Peppers in Trouble” (1940), “The Howards of Virginia” (1940), “Jennie” (1940), “Ride, Kelly, Ride” (1941), “Blonde Inspiration” (1941), “Riot Squad” (1941), “Isle of Forgotten Sins” (1943), “Whispering Footsteps” (1943) and the “Charlie Chan” film “The Trap” (1946). Among her notable co-stars were Joan Crawford, Fredric March and John Carradine. She retired from acting during her mid-twenties to raise a family. Her younger sister Juanita Quigley was a child-actress who appeared in numerous films during the 1930s and 1940s. (bio by: C.S.)


  • March, 31, 1923
  • USA


  • August, 08, 2008
  • USA


  • Calvary Cemetery
  • California
  • USA

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