Victoria Vinton, born Victoria Velnette Vinton was an early B-movie actress, starring in over thirty films from 1932 into 1940, mostly in westerns.
Born in New Jersey, Vinton was a goodlooking young woman in her youth, and was often called in her acting days "a Jean Harlow look alike". Her career started with her on contract with Warner Bros., beginning in 1932. With them she made a number of successful western films, usually starring as the heroine alongside cowboy stars Fred Scott, Bob Custer, Reb Russell, Wally Wales, and Bill Cody.
Following the end of her Warner Bros. contract, she starred in six ultra-low budget westerns with other companies. From 1932 through 1936 she was fairly active, although some were uncredited roles, but with several starring roles, some of which were moderately successful. Her first credited role was The Seventh Commandment in 1932. In 1934 she starred in Adventures of Texas Jack, and later that year she starred in Pals of the ... View All »
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