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Also Known As: Died: August 20, 1935
Born: September 17, 1898 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: actor

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Edith Roberts was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Roberts began her career with roles in "Beans" (1918), "The Triflers" (1919) and "The Adorable Savage" (1920). Roberts next focused her career on film, appearing in "Opened Shutters" (1921), "Flesh and Blood" (1922) and "Saturday Night" (1922). She also appeared in the western "Roaring Rails" (1924) with Harry Carey, "Shameful Behavior?" (1926) and "The Wagon Master" (1929). Roberts was most recently credited in "That Hagen Girl" (1947) with Shirley Temple Black. Roberts passed away in August 1935 at the age of 37.

Edith Roberts was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Roberts began her career with roles in "Beans" (1918), "The Triflers" (1919) and "The Adorable Savage" (1920). Roberts next focused her career on film, appearing in "Opened Shutters" (1921), "Flesh and Blood" (1922) and "Saturday Night" (1922). She also appeared in the western "Roaring Rails" (1924) with Harry Carey, "Shameful Behavior?" (1926) and "The Wagon Master" (1929). Roberts was most recently credited in "That Hagen Girl" (1947) with Shirley Temple Black. Roberts passed away in August 1935 at the age of 37.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The Phantom of the North (1929) Doris Rayburn
2.
 The Wagon Master (1929) Sue Smith
4.
 Man from Headquarters (1928) Countess Jalna
5.
 The Jazz Girl (1926) Janet Marsh
6.
 The Mystery Club (1926) Nancy Darrell
7.
 There You Are (1926) Joan Randolph
8.
 The Taxi Mystery (1926) Nancy Cornell/Vera Norris
9.
 Shameful Behavior? (1926) Daphne Carrol
10.
 The Road to Broadway (1926) Mary Santley
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