Mary Ainslee

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Mary Ainslee
Mary Ainslee in Mad Youth (1939).jpg
Mary Ainslee in Mad Youth (1939)
Florence Stiegler

(1914-10-12)October 12, 1914
DiedNovember 1, 1991(1991-11-01) (aged 77)
New York City, U.S.
Resting placeRiverside Memorial Park, Norfolk, Virginia
Other namesMary Ainslie
Mary Ainsley
Years active1939–1952

Mary Ainslee (born Florence Stiegler; October 12, 1914 – November 1, 1991), was an American film actress. She appeared in approximately 15 films between 1939 and 1952.


Ainslee appeared in several Three Stooges films such as I'll Never Heil Again, In the Sweet Pie and Pie, Hokus Pokus, and He Cooked His Goose.[1]


In the mid-1980s, Ainslee suffered a stroke and never fully recovered. She died on November 1, 1991. She was buried in Riverside Memorial Park in Norfolk, Virginia.[citation needed]


Year Title Role Notes
1939 Missing Daughters Showgirl Uncredited
1939 Mad Youth Marian Morgan
1940 When the Daltons Rode Minnie
1940 Earl of Puddlestone Marian Potter-Potter
1940 Pride of the Bowery Elaine
1941 Sis Hopkins Vera De Vere
1941 The Spider Returns Nita Van Sloan Serial
1941 I'll Never Heil Again Princess Gilda Short, Uncredited
1941 Sailors on Leave Sadie
1941 In the Sweet Pie and Pie Taska Jones Short
1941 Some More of Samoa Nurse / Curly's Blonde Short, Uncredited
1941 Harvard, Here I Come! Phyllis
1941 Tillie the Toiler
1949 Hokus Pokus Mary Short
1951 Pest Man Wins Party Guest Short, Uncredited (archive footage)
1952 He Cooked His Goose Belle Short, (final film role)
1956 Flagpole Jitters Mary Short, (archive footage)
1959 Triple Crossed Belle Short, (archive footage)


  1. ^ " : Cast Member : Mary Ainslee". Retrieved January 7, 2020.

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