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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The Village Blacksmith (1923) Rosemary as a child
2.
 Up and Going (1922) Jacquette McNabb
3.
 Desperate Trails (1921) Carrie
4.
 While the Devil Laughs (1921) Gertie Franklin
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NormaHG ( 2008-07-15 )

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In 1921, young Helen Field left Lancaster, California to make movies in Hollywood. She worked with some of the leading stars of the day, such as Harry Carey. While living in Lancaster she was very popular at local parties where she was well-known for her dancing skills. The local paper, the Antelope Valley Ledger Gazette (February 14, 1919) mentioned her: “Mrs. Leo Harris entertained 12 children at a valley party at her home on south Beech. Little Helen Field danced for the children.” Some of Field’s movies were shown at the silent movie theater in old Lancaster Lancaster would later become the home of another child actress, Frances “Baby” Gumm who was better known as Judy Garland. She lived here from 1926 to 1933.

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