Mary Dibley was born on February 21, 1883 in London. She was an English Actress, known for The Heart of a Child (1915), Appearances (1921), David Garrick (1912), Mary Dibley's first movie on record is from 1912. Mary Dibley died on an unknown date. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1924.
Mary Dibley Filmography [Auszug]
1924:  The Unwanted (Cast: Genevieve ), Directed by Walter Summers, with C. Aubrey Smith, Lillian Hall-Davies, Nora Swinburne,
1921:  Appearances (Cast: Lady Rutherford), Directed by Donald Crisp, with David Powell, Mary Glynne, Langhorn Burton,
1919: [01.00] The Silver Greyhound (Cast: Lady Chalmore), Directed by Bannister Merwin, with James Knight, Marjorie Villis,
1915: [11.00] The Christian (Cast: Mercy McRae), Directed by George Loane Tucker, with Derwent Hall Caine, Elisabeth Risdon, Gerald Ames,
1915: [10.00] A Man of His Word (Cast: Lady Fenella Maull), Directed by George Loane Tucker, with Henry Ainley, Gerald Ames,
1915: [08.00] The Third Generation (Cast: Lady Sherston), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Edna Flugrath, Sydney Vautier, Charles Rock,
1915: [07.00] The Heart of a Child (Cast: Lady Dorothea Lytham), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Edna Flugrath, Edward Sass, Hayford Hobbs,
1915: [07.00] The Derby Winner (Cast: Lady Muriel Fortescue), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Edna Flugrath, Gerald Ames,
1915: [07.00] The Shulamite (Follies of Desire, Folly of Desire) (Cast: Joan Waring), Directed by George Loane Tucker, with Norman McKinnell, Manora Thew, Gerald Ames,
1912:  David Garrick (Cast: Ada Ingot ), Directed by Percy Nash, with Gerald Lawrence, Charles Rock,
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