The day of birth of Maude Emory is not on record. She was an American Actress, known for Saving the Family Name (1916), A 44-Calibre Mystery (1917), Madame Spy (1918), Maude Emory's first movie on record is from 1916. Maude Emory died on an unknown date. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1921.
Maude Emory Filmography [Auszug]
1921: [02.00] (Cast: The Girl / The Mother), Directed by Jess Robbins, with Jimmy Aubrey, Oliver Hardy,
1920: [12.01] (Cast: Señorita), Directed by Jess Robbins, with Jimmy Aubrey, Oliver Hardy,
1918: [01.21] Madame Spy (Cast: Margaret Wesley), Directed by Douglas Gerrard, with Jack Mulhall, Donna Drew, Wadsworth Harris,
1917: [07.16] The Greater Law (Cast: Anne Malone (as Maud Emory)), Directed by Lynn Reynolds, with Myrtle Gonzalez, Gretchen Lederer,
1917: [05.22] A 44-Calibre Mystery (Sure-Shot Morgan) (Cast), Directed by Fred Kelsey, with Harry Carey, Claire du Brey, Frank MacQuarrie,
1917: [05.08] The Grip of Love (The Crandall Kin (Working title)) (Cast: Anna Lou (as Maud Emory)), Directed by Allen Holubar, with Allen Holubar, Louise Lovely, Alfred Allen,
1916: [10.02] Wanted: A Home (The First Stone (Working title), Devotion (Working title)) (Cast), Directed by Phillips Smalley, Lois Weber, with Mary MacLaren, Jack Mulhall, Charles Marriott,
1916: [09.11] Saving the Family Name (Cast), Directed by Lois Weber, Phillips Smalley, with Mary MacLaren, Gerard Alexander, Carl von Schiller,
1916: [08.20] Liberty (Cast: Theresa), Directed by Henry MacRae, Jacques Jaccard, with Marie Walcamp, Jack Holt, Eddie Polo,
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