Evelyn Ankers

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Evelyn Ankers and Lon Chaney, Jr. - The Wolf Man (Universal 1941)

Evelyn Ankers - Classic Monsters

Evelyn Ankers starred in The Wolf Man (1941) as well as many other classic horror movies. Evelyn Ankers was born in Chile in 1918 to British parents.

Evelyn Ankers, 1930's and 1940's Universal actress. Appeared in The wolf man, Hold that ghost, Ghost of Frankenstein, Son of Dracula, The Invisible man's revenge, The Frozen Ghost, Weird woman and Black beauty to name a few.

Evelyn Ankers, 1930's and 1940's Universal actress. Appeared in The wolf man, Hold that ghost, Ghost of Frankenstein, Son of Dracula, The Invisible man's revenge, The Frozen Ghost, Weird woman and Black beauty to name a few.

Lon Chaney Jr. & Evelyn Ankers in The Ghost of Frankenstein, directed by Erle C. Kenton, 1942.

Lon Chaney Jr. & Evelyn Ankers in The Ghost of Frankenstein, directed by Erle C. Kenton, 1942.

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Evelyn Ankers - FamousFix

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Evelyn Ankers and her many horror film titles (along with David Bruce as The Mad Ghoul)

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"The Frozen Ghost" (1945) - Maura Daniel (Evelyn Ankers) is hypnotized by Alex 'Gregor the Great' Gregor (Lon Chaney, Jr.)

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Evelyn Ankers and Lon Chaney Jr. during the filming of "The Wolf Man"

Evelyn Ankers and Lon Chaney Jr. during the filming of "The Wolf Man"

Evelyn Ankers, "Queen of the Horror Movies."

Evelyn Ankers, "Queen of the Horror Movies."

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Evelyn Ankers (1918-1985) - Find A Grave Memorial

Actress. Born in Chile, she was the leading lady of Universal Motion Picture Studios' horror movies known as The Queen of the Screamers. She made over fifty films from 1936 to 1950, to include Bells of St. Mary's (1937), The Wolfman (1941), The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942), Son of Dracula (1943), The Mad Ghoul (1943),...