Born: 19 January 1876, Fresno, California, USA
Died: 3 March 1955, Hollywood, California, USA
Rose Plumer's screen career started in the silent era. She appeared in over 165 films, mainly uncredited.
The Pace That Kills (1935) as Mrs. Grady, the landlady (uncredited)
Inside the Law (1942) as Mom Cobb
Girls in Chains (1943) as Matron (uncredited)
Dorothy Burgess, Betty Blythe and Clancy Cooper. The lady in uniform at the back is, as yet, unknown.
None Shall Escape (1944) as Mrs. Stys (uncredited)
Ray Teal is front centre carrying Shirley Mills.
Knock On Any Door (1949) as Jury member (uncredited)
Homer Dickenson sits behind Rose Plumer as both await Humphrey Bogart's opening remarks in the court case.
The Undercover Man (1949) as Rocco tenement resident (uncredited)
Joan Lazer runs by.