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Also Known As: Died: October 15, 1960
Born: September 6, 1890 Cause of Death: stroke
Birth Place: Benton Harbor, Michigan, USA Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

The Round Up (1941) as Mrs. Wilson
Mr. Celebrity (1941) as Herself
The grandparents (James Halligan and Laura Treadwell) of Danny Mason (Buzzy Henry), an orphaned boy, are trying to have him put into their custody rather than that of his uncle, Jim King (James Seay), a racetrack veterinary, as they object to the track enviroment in which he is being raised. Their destinies become entwined with that of former silent-film stars Francis X. Bushman and Clara Kimball Young and ex-heavyweight champion James J."Jim" Jeffries, and that of a broken-down race horse named "Mr. Celebrity." The tagline tells it all.
The Wages of Sin (1938) as Fat Pearl
The Frontiersmen (1938) as Mrs. [Amanda] Peters
Frontiersman, The (1938)
The local school is causing Hoppy problems. First Bar 20 cattle are stolen when Hoppy investigates a problem there. Then the new teacher arrives and disrupts the routine of the Bar 20 hands. Later with the Bar 20 hands at graduation, the rustlers are poised to strike again. But there is dissension among them and this will lead to the break that Hoppy needs.
Hills of Old Wyoming (1937) as Ma Hutchins
In the 10th film of the 66 Hopalong Cassidy movies, Russell Hayden makes his first (of 27 consecutive) appearances as Cassidy's sidekick/protege "Lucky" Jenkins. The character's actual name in the many Clarence E. Mulford books that featured him was "Mesquite" Jenkins, and Hayden's role was billed in this film as Mesquite "Lucky" Jenkins, and this film was the first and last mention of Mesquite Jenkins. This initial pairing of the trio of William Boyd,Russell Hayden and George Hayes(who only became known as "Gabby" when he wasn't allowed by Paramount to carry his "Windy" moniker to Republic when he departed the Cassidy series, which makes any pre-1939 cast listing showing a credit listing for a George "Gabby" Hayes a misnomer and in error for those who don't care for revisionist film history) is the one that many western-film and/or Cassidy devotees consider the best of all the trio pairings in the series. This one finds the ranchers near a Wyoming Indian reservation suffering heavy losses because of cattle rustlers that leave signs that the Indians are the culprits. Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) and his pals, Mesquite "Lucky" Jenkins (Russell Hayden) and "Windy" Halliday (George Hayes) buy the Bar Three ranch in the territory, and Cassidy suspects Andrews (Morris Ankrum as Stephen Morris), the deputy government agent in charge of the reservation, of being the head of the rustlers. When Lone Eagle (Steve Clemente), a half-breed secretly working with the gang, is found murdered, Andrews incites the Indians to make war on the white men. Cassidy, as the leader of the ranchers, gains the confidence of the Indian chief (Chief John Big Tree, in a role not unsimilar to his later one pow-wowing with John Wayne in "She Wore A Yellow Ribbon") by pointing out that Lone Eagle was "half-bad because he was half-white", and with the help of an Indian scout proves that Andrews killed Lone Eagle. The Indians then join forces with the ranchers in a Cassidy-led mounted charge against the rustler's stronghold, with the effective agitato score written by Lee Zahler for the earlier "Borderland" as the stirring background music.
Oh, Susanna! (1936) as Mrs. Lee
Fleeing the law, Wolf Benson hops on a train, throws Autry off, and assumes Autry's identity. Still posing as Autry he robs and kills Autry's friend Lee. When Autry is jailed, his friends Frog and the Professor break him out and the three head out to clear him of the murder charge.
Three on the Trail (1936) as Rose Peters
An evil gang is involved in both cattle rustling and the robbing of stagecoaches. Hoppy must stop them without help from the sheriff who turns out be a major outlaw himself.
The Rogues' Tavern (1936) as Mrs. Jamison
Dangerous Waters (1936) as Kind lady
The Drunkard (1935) as
She Married Her Boss (1935) as Parsons
A secretary who handles the boss' business perfectly marries him and tackles his home life.
Fighting Coward (1935) as Mrs. Gordon
Fighting Youth (1935) as Mrs. Stewart, house mother
His Night Out (1935) as Mrs. Davis
Romance in the Rain (1934) as Mlle. Fleurette Malevinsky
I Can't Escape (1934) as Mrs. Wilson
Chandu on the Magic Isle (1934) as Dorothy Regent
On the mystic island of Lemuria, the cult of Ubasti seek the Egyptian Princess Nadji to sacrifice so that their goddess Ossana, whose soul resides in Nadji's body, may be resurrected by Black Magic. Nadji is located in the Far East port of Suva, but shielded by the White Magical powers of Frank Chandler, an American raised by Eastern mystics who is also known as Chandu. When Chandu takes a voyage alone, however, the evil Voice of Ubasti is able to magically spirit her to Lemuria, where Black Magic reigns supreme. Chandu sets out in pursuit with his sister Dorothy, niece Betty and nephew Bob; but, shipwrecked on the magic island, Chandu finds his family also held prisoner for sacrifice while he is plunged into an endless maze of caverns beneath the evil temple, where both his mortal and magical strength seem rendered useless...
The Return of Chandu (1934) as Dorothy Regent
The cult of Ubasti, headquartered on the isle of Lemuria, believes that Princess Nadji of Egypt is a reincarnation of their long-dead goddess, Ossana, and intend to sacrifice her so that Ossana may be resurrected. Nadji has sought refuge at the California home of Frank Chandler, an American educated in the Ancient East and familiar with White Magic and thus calls himself "Chandu". Vindhyan, high priest of the cult's California base has learned of this, however, and works his Black Magic to gain control of Nadji. Chandu is able to rescue her but she is in a deep trance which he cannot penetrate, so attempts to move her to safety in the South Seas, unaware that the cult has a base there also and that Vindhyan has stowed aboard his chartered yacht...
Earth Sings, The (1933)
A compilation of Slovakian folk art, customs and peasant life, ZEM SPIEVA features traditional dances and songs, as well as weaving, painting, grape pressing and the celebration of Easter rituals.
Love Bound (1932) as Mrs. Randolph
File 113 (1932) as Madame Fauvel, a blackmailed mother
Probation (1932) as Mrs. Humphries
Women Go on Forever (1931) as Daisy Bowman
Mother and Son (1931) as Faro Lil Payton
Kept Husbands (1931) as Mrs. Lucille Post
A steel worker marries the boss''''s daughter, then has to teach her about life on a budget.
Lying Wives (1925) as Patricia Chase
A Wife's Romance (1923) as Joyce Addison
The Woman of Bronze (1923) as Vivian Hunt
Cordelia the Magnificent (1923) as Cordelia Marlowe
Enter Madame (1922) as Prima Donna Lisa Della Robia [Mrs. Gerald Fitzgerald]
The Worldly Madonna (1922) as Lucy Trevor, the dancer/Janet Trevor, the nun
The Hands of Nara (1922) as Nara Alexieff
Hush (1921) as Vera Stanford
A woman finds her marriage on the rocks after she reveals to her husband some but not all the details of her one-time relationship with a current associate of his.
What No Man Knows (1921) as Norma Harvey
Charge It (1921) as Julia Lawrence
Straight From Paris (1921) as Lucette Grenier
Mid-Channel (1920) as Zoe Blundell
For the Soul of Rafael (1920) as Marta Raquel Estevan
The Forbidden Woman (1920) as Diane Sorel
A beautiful French actress is the unwitting force behind the suicide of one of her admirers. A scandal erupts, threatening to destroy her reputation.
The Better Wife (1919) as Charmian Page
Eyes of Youth (1919) as Gina Ashling
A young woman, confronted by four options for proceeding in her life, is granted the ability to see what results would come from her choice of of the options. After she sees her future along three of the roads, she makes her choice.
Cheating Cheaters (1919) as Ruth Brockton/Ferris
The Road Through the Dark (1918) as Gabrielle Jardee
The Claw (1918) as Mary Saurin
The House of Glass (1918) as Margaret Case
The Savage Woman (1918) as Renee Benoit
The Reason Why (1918) as Zara Zenova
The Marionettes (1918) as Fernande de Monclars
The Easiest Way (1917) as Laura Murdock
The Price She Paid (1917) as Mildred Gower
Magda (1917) as Magda
Shirley Kaye (1917) as Shirley Kaye
The Foolish Virgin (1916) as Mary Adams
The Rise of Susan (1916) as Susan
The Common Law (1916) as Valerie West
The Yellow Passport (1916) as Sonia Sokoloff
A young Russian girl is forced into a life of prostitution in Czarist Russia, and she and a British journalist find their lives endangered when she reveals to him information regarding the social crimes rampant in her country.
The Dark Silence (1916) as Mildred White
The Feast of Life (1916) as Aurora Fernandez
Camille (1915) as Camille
Camille is a courtesan in Paris. She falls deeply in love with a young man of promise, Armand Duval. When Armand's father begs her not to ruin his hopes of a career and position by marrying Armand, she acquiesces and leaves her lover. However, when poverty and terminal illness overwhelm her, Camille discovers that Armand has not lost his love for her.
Hearts in Exile (1915) as Hope Ivanovna
The Deep Purple (1915) as Doris Moore
Trilby (1915) as Trilby O'Farrell
Marrying Money (1915) as Mildred Niles
The Heart of the Blue Ridge (1915) as Plutina
Lola (1914) as Lola Barnhelun
My Official Wife (1914) as Helene Marie

Producer (feature film)

Cheating Cheaters (1919) as Presented By
The Reason Why (1918) as Presented By
The Savage Woman (1918) as Presented By
The Marionettes (1918) as Presented By
The Claw (1918) as Presented By
Shirley Kaye (1917) as Presented By

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