Yvette Mitchell was born on July 10, 1898 in San Francisco, California, USA. She was an American Actress, known for The virgin of Stamboul (1920), The Reward of the Faithless (1917), The Flower of Doom (1917), Yvette Mitchell's first movie on record is from 1917. Yvette Mitchell died on December 26, 1986 in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1921.
Yvette Mitchell Filmography [Auszug]
1921: [06.19] Straight from the Shoulder (Cast: Gladys Martin), Directed by Bernard J. Durning, with Buck Jones, Helen Ferguson, Norman Selby,
1920: [03.27] The virgin of Stamboul (Cast), Directed by Tod Browning, with Priscilla Dean, Wheeler Oakman, Wallace Beery,
1919: [01.25] The Border Terror (Cast), Directed by Harry Harvey, with Vester Pegg,
1917: [11.18] The Door Between (Anthony, the Absolute (Working title)) (Cast: (/xx/) ), Directed by Rupert Julian, with Ruth Clifford, Monroe Salisbury, George A. McDaniel,
1917: [10.22] The Red Ace (Cast: Red Fawn ), Directed by Jacques Jaccard, with Marie Walcamp, Lawrence Peyton, Louis M. Wells,
1917: [05.12] One Wild Night (Cast: Maid), Directed by Henry MacRae, with , Kingsley Benedict, Kewpie Morgan,
1917: [04.16] The Flower of Doom (Cast: Tea Rose), Directed by Rex Ingram, with Wedgwood Nowell, ,
1917: [02.12] The Reward of the Faithless (The Ruling Passion) (Cast: Anna Vlasoff), Directed by Rex Ingram, with Claire du Brey, Wedgwood Nowell, Betty Schade,
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