Rochelle Hudson a Hollywood film actress from the 1930s through the 1960s

Rochelle Hudson (March 6, 1916 — January 17, 1972) was an American film actress from the 1930s through the 1960s. During her peak years in the 1930s, notable roles for Hudson included: Richard Cromwell’s love interest in the Will Rogers showcase “Life Begins at Forty” (1935), playing Cosette in “Les Misérables” (1935), playing Mary Blair, the older sister of Shirley Temple‘s character in “Curly Top” (1935), the daughter of carnival barker W.C. Fields in “Poppy” (1936), and Claudette Colbert‘s adult daughter in “Imitation of Life” (1934). Rochelle Hudson is also known for her role as Natalie Wood’s mother in “Rebel Without a Cause” (1955).

Rochelle Hudson

Rochelle Hudson

Rochelle Hudson

Rochelle Hudson

Rochelle Hudson

Rochelle Hudson

Rochelle Hudson and Claudette Colbert in "Imitation of Life" (1934)

Rochelle Hudson and Claudette Colbert in
“Imitation of Life” (1934)

Rochelle Hudson with Henry Fonda in  "Way Down East" (1935)

Rochelle Hudson with Henry Fonda in “Way Down East” (1935)

Rochelle Hudson and John Beal in "Les Miserables" (1935)

Rochelle Hudson and John Beal in “Les Miserables” (1935)

Rochelle Hudson and Shirley Temple in "Curly Top" (1935)

Rochelle Hudson and Shirley Temple in “Curly Top” (1935)

Rochelle Hudson with Victor Jory and Maxie Rosenbloom "The Stork Pays Off" (1941)

Rochelle Hudson with Victor Jory and Maxie Rosenbloom
“The Stork Pays Off” (1941)

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