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Helen Dunbar was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Dunbar's career beginnings included film roles in "Graustark" (1915) with Francis X. Bushman, the adaptation "The Squaw Man" (1918) with Elliott Dexter and "Sham" (1921). Dunbar began to focus on film after appearing in "The Great Moment" (1921), "The Impossible Mrs. Bellew" (1922) and "The World's Champion" (1922). She also appeared in the Hope Drown anthology "Hollywood" (1923), "The Cheat" (1923) and the Ronald Colman comedy adaptation "Lady Windermere's Fan" (1925). Dunbar was most recently credited in the Gloria Swanson drama "Beyond the Rocks" (2006). Dunbar passed away in August 1933 at the age of 70.

Helen Dunbar was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Dunbar's career beginnings included film roles in "Graustark" (1915) with Francis X. Bushman, the adaptation "The Squaw Man" (1918) with Elliott Dexter and "Sham" (1921). Dunbar began to focus on film after appearing in "The Great Moment" (1921), "The Impossible Mrs. Bellew" (1922) and "The World's Champion" (1922). She also appeared in the Hope Drown anthology "Hollywood" (1923), "The Cheat" (1923) and the Ronald Colman comedy adaptation "Lady Windermere's Fan" (1925). Dunbar was most recently credited in the Gloria Swanson drama "Beyond the Rocks" (2006). Dunbar passed away in August 1933 at the age of 70.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The Man Upstairs (1926) Aunt Hattie
2.
 His Jazz Bride (1926)
3.
 Stranded in Paris (1926) Mrs. Van Wye
4.
 Meet the Prince (1926) Mrs. Gordon McCullan
5.
 Fine Manners (1926) Aunt Agatha
6.
 The Reckless Sex (1925)
7.
 The Woman Hater (1925) Mrs. Tranter
8.
 Rose of the World (1925) Mrs. John Talbot
9.
 She Wolves (1925) Madame De Goncourt
10.
 New Lives for Old (1925) Mrs. Warren
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TLS ( 2006-05-08 )

Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

Born: Katheryn Burke Lackey, October 10, 1863 Philadelphia, PA
Died: August 28, 1933 Los Angeles, CA
Former stage actress with Weber and Fields, she was an early actress with the Essanay Film Company in Chicago, starting in 1912.

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