* Dorothy Revier, 89, known as "The Queen of Poverty Row...

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November 25, 1993

* Dorothy Revier, 89, known as "The Queen of Poverty Row" for her work in a string of low-budget silent films and early talkies, died Nov. 19 at Queen of Angels-Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center in Los Angeles, Richard Lamparski, a film historian, said. She was born Doris Velegra in San Francisco. She was mostly cast as a femme fatale, including the villainous Milady DeWinter opposite Douglas Fairbanks in "The Iron Mask" in 1929. She was dubbed "The Queen of Poverty Row" for her work with Columbia Pictures, then a low-budget studio.

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