Florence Roberts




Cast (Feature Film)

Young As You Feel (1940)
Granny Jones
On Their Own (1940)
Granny Jones
Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1940)
Mrs. Bowling Green
Everybody's Baby (1939)
Granny Jones
The Jones Family in Hollywood (1939)
Granny Jones
Too Busy to Work (1939)
Granny Jones
The Jones Family in Quick Millions (1939)
Granny Jones
The Storm (1938)
Mrs. Roberts
Safety in Numbers (1938)
Granny Jones
A Trip to Paris (1938)
Granny Jones
Down on the Farm (1938)
Granny Jones
Love on a Budget (1938)
Granny Jones
Personal Secretary (1938)
Mrs. Farrell
Nobody's Baby (1937)
Mrs. Mason
The Prisoner of Zenda (1937)
The Jones Family in Big Business (1937)
Granny Jones
Borrowing Trouble (1937)
Granny Jones
Hot Water (1937)
Granny Jones
Off to the Races (1937)
Granny Jones
The Life of Emile Zola (1937)
Madame Zola
Next Time We Love (1936)
Mrs. Talbot
Back to Nature (1936)
Granny Jones
Educating Father (1936)
Granny Jones
Every Saturday Night (1936)
Granny Evers
Nobody's Fool (1936)
Mary Jones
Accent on Youth (1935)
Mrs. Benham
Harmony Lane (1935)
Mrs. Foster
Les Misérables (1935)
Public Opinion (1935)
Mrs. Buttons
Your Uncle Dudley (1935)
Janet Dixon
Top Hat (1935)
Curate's wife
Rocky Mountain Mystery (1935)
Mrs. Ballard
The Nut Farm (1935)
Ma Barton
Every Night at Eight (1935)
Mrs. Murgatroyd
Student Tour (1934)
Elderly woman
Miss Fane's Baby Is Stolen (1934)
Sons of Steel (1934)
Sarah Mason
Babes in Toyland (1934)
Widow Peep
Cleopatra (1934)
Lady Flora
Daring Daughters (1933)
Melody Cruise (1933)
Miss Potts
Hoop-la (1933)
Ma Benson
Torch Singer (1933)
Mother Angelica
Dangerously Yours (1933)
Mrs. Lathem
Ever in My Heart (1933)
Officer 13 (1932)
What Price Hollywood? (1932)
Westward Passage (1932)
Mrs. Ottendorf
Make Me a Star (1932)
Mrs. Gashwiler
The All American (1932)
Mrs. King
Kept Husbands (1931)
Mrs. Henrietta Parker
Too Many Cooks (1931)
Mrs. Cook
Bachelor Apartment (1931)
Mrs. Holloran
Fanny Foley Herself (1931)
Everything's Rosie (1931)
Mrs. Lowe
The Eyes of the World (1930)
The Sleepwalker (1922)
Mrs. Fabian Dumond
Sapho (1913)
Fanny Le Grand [Sapho]

Cast (Short)

The Cracked Iceman (1934)
Four Parts (1934)

Life Events


Movie Clip

Everything's Rosie (1931) -- (Movie Clip) I Found Her Under A Rose Bush The year 1916 established at the opening, Robert Woolsey at RKO in his only outing without partner Bert Wheeler, is a carnival huckster just ejected from town, meeting two uncredited actors, the blonde girl who’ll grow up to be the title character, Anita Louise, in Everything’s Rosie, 1931.
Babes In Toyland (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Stannie Dum And Ollie Dee True storybook opening from producer Hal Roach, Mother Goose (Virginia Karns) with the song from the 1903 Victor Herbert operetta, introducing Bo-Peep (Charlotte Henry), Mother Peep (Florence Roberts), Barnaby (Henry Kleinbach) and the stars Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, in Babes In Toyland, 1934.
Abe Lincoln In Illinois (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Ignorance Is No Obstacle Mourning Abe (Raymond Massey) departs New Salem to begin his legislative career, ending it in the following scene which introduces friendly rival Stephen Douglas (Gene Lockhart), in director John Cromwell's Abe Lincoln In Illinois, 1940, from Robert E. Sherwood's play and screenplay.
Life Of Emile Zola, The (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Paris, 1862 William Dieterle directs Warner bio-pic style at peak efficiency, Paul Muni the title character, Vladimir Sokoloff as painter Paul Cezanne, who was a life-long friend, covering circumstances, world view, Mom and fiancee` (Florence Roberts, Gloria Holden), opening The Life Of Emile Zola, 1937.
Life Of Emile Zola, The (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Are Your Eyes On Sticks? Paris ca. 1870's, Third Republic, Nana (Erin O'Brien Moore) is among streetwalkers chased into a cafe where she meets Cezanne (Vladimir Sokoloff) and Zola (Paul Muni), whose breakthrough novel she will inspire, in The Life Of Emile Zola, 1937.
Kept Husbands (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Easy Things Aren't Much Good Dot (Dorothy Mackaill), daughter of steel magnate Parker (Robert McWade), swoons in the presence of Dick (Joel McCrea), her father's hero employee invited to the house for dinner, soon realizing he's also a football hero, his first scene in director Lloyd Bacon's Kept Husbands, 1931.