Lenore Ulric

Actress - USA
Born July 21, 1892 in New Ulm, Minnesota, USA
Died December 30, 1970 in Orangeburg, New York, USA

Lenore Ulric was born on July 21, 1892 in New Ulm, Minnesota, USA. She was an American Actress, known for Camille (1936), Two smart people (1946), Kilmeny (1915), Lenore Ulric's first movie on record is from 1911. Lenore Ulric died on December 30, 1970 in Orangeburg, New York, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1946.

Lenore Ulric Filmography [Auszug]
1946: [/ /1] Two smart people (Cast), Directed by Jules Dassin, with Lucille Ball, Elisha Cook jr., Hugo Haas,
1936: [01.01] Camille (Cast: Olympe), Directed by George Cukor, with Greta Garbo, Robert Taylor, Lionel Barrymore,
1917: [02.08] Her Own People (Cast: Alona (AKA Lenore Ulrich)), Directed by Scott Sidney, with Colin Chase, Howard Davies,
1916: [04.02] The Heart of Paula (Cast: Paula Figueroa (AKA Lenore Ulrich)), Directed by Julia Crawford Ivers, William Desmond Taylor, with Velma Lefler, Jack Livingstone,
1915: [07.22] Kilmeny (Cast: Doris Calhoun, aka Kilmeny), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with William Desmond, Doris Baker,
1912: [02.15] There's Many a Slip (Cast: The Young Lady (--??--)), Directed by N. N., with Jack Standing, Howard Missimer,
1911: [12.28] For Memory's Sake (Cast: (AKA Lenore Ulrich)), Directed by N. N., with Francis X. Bushman, Walter Hitchcock,
1911: [12.14] A Polished Burglar (Cast: Louise (AKA Lenore Ulrich)), Directed by N. N., with Walter Hitchcock,
1911: [12.12] The First Man (Cast: Miriam Chetwood), Directed by N. N., with Walter Hitchcock,

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