Viola Dana

Portrait Viola Dana
Actress - USA
Born June 28, 1897 in Brooklyn, New York, USA
Died July 3, 1987 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Viola Dana was born under the given name Virginia Flugrath on June 28, 1897 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. She was an American Actress, known for That certain thing (1928), Forty Winks (1925), Show of Shows (1929), Viola Dana's first movie on record is from 1910. She was married to John H. Collins (1915-1918), Maurice . Viola Dana died on July 3, 1987 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1963.
Biographical Notes in German: eigentlich Virginia Flugrath , Schauspielerin des amerikanischen Stummfilms, erste Filme als Kinderdarstellerin um 1910.

Viola Dana Filmography [Auszug]
1963: [11.14] The Toupee (Cast: Gladys ), Directed by Gene Reynolds, with Fred MacMurray, William Frawley, Tim Considine,
1956: [05.10] The Night of January Sixteenth (Cast: Member of the Jury ), Directed by Fred Carney, with , Phyllis Thaxter, Addison Richards,
1933: [03.23] The Strange Case of Poison Ivy (Cast), Directed by Lester Neilson,
1932: [05.01] Foiled Again (Foiled Again; or, Souls Adrift) (Cast: The Heroine), Directed by Charles Lamont, with Kenneth Harlan, Patsy Ruth Miller,
1929: [11.21] Show of Shows (Cast: Performer in 'The Pirate,' 'Meet My Sister' & 'Ladies of the Ensemble' Numb), Directed by John G. Adolfi, with Frank Fay, William Courtenay, H.B. Warner,
1929: [05.01] One Splendid Hour (Cast: Bobbie Walsh), Directed by Cliff Wheeler, with George Periolat, Allan Simpson,
1929: [03.23] Two Sisters (Cast: Jean / Jane), Directed by Scott Pembroke, with Rex Lease, Claire du Brey,
1928: [01.01] That certain thing (Cast: Molly Kelly), Directed by Frank Capra, with Ralph Graves, Burr McIntosh,
1927: [05.29] The Lure of the Night Club (Cast: Mary Murdock), Directed by Tom Buckingham, with Robert Ellis, Jack Dougherty,
1927: [04.15] Naughty Nanette (Cast: Nanette Pearson ), Directed by James Leo Meehan, with , ,
1927: [03.01] Salvation Jane (Cast: Salvation Jane), Directed by Phil Rosen, with J. Parks Jones, Fay Holderness,
1927: [01.09] Home Struck (Homestruck) (Cast: Barbara Page), Directed by Ralph Ince, with , Tom Gallery,
1926: [11.21] Bred in Old Kentucky (Cast: Katie O'Doone), Directed by Edward Dillon, with Jerry Miley, ,
1926: [11.14] The Silent Lover (Cast: Scadsza), Directed by George Archainbaud, with Milton Sills, Natalie Kingston, William Humphrey,
1926: [10.02] The Ice Flood (Cast: Marie O'Neill ), Directed by George B. Seitz, with Kenneth Harlan, Frank Hagney,
1926: [09.05] Kosher Kitty Kelly (Cast: Kitty Kelly), Directed by James W. Horne, with Tom B. Forman, Vera Gordon,
1926: [07.12] Bigger Than Barnum's (Cast: Juanita Calles ), Directed by Ralph Ince, with Ralph Lewis, George O'Hara,
1926: [02.28] Wild Oats Lane (Wild Oats) (Cast: Marie, the Girl ), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Robert Agnew, John MacSweeney,
1925: [12.27] The Great Love (Cast: Minette Bunker ), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Robert Agnew, Frank Currier,
1925: [08.16] Winds of Chance (Cast: Rouletta Kirby ), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with Anna Q. Nilsson, Ben Lyon,
1925: [05.17] The Necessary Evil (Cast: Shirley Holmes ), Directed by George Archainbaud, with Ben Lyon, Frank Mayo,
1925: [02.02] Forty Winks (Lord Chumley (Working title)) (Cast: Eleanor Butterworth ), Directed by Paul Iribe, Frank Urson, with Raymond Griffith, Theodore Roberts,
1925: [01.11] As Man Desires (Cast: Pandora La Croix ), Directed by Irving Cummings, with Milton Sills, Ruth Clifford,
1924: [11.03] Along Came Ruth (Cast: Ruth Ambrose), Directed by Edward F. Cline, with Walter Hiers, Tully Marshall,
1924: [11.03] Merton of the Movies (Cast: Sally Montague, 'Flips'), Directed by James Cruze, with , Charles Sellon,
1924: [10.13] Open All Night (One Parisian Night) (Cast: Thérèse Duverne), Directed by Paul Bern, with Jetta Goudal, Adolphe Menjou,
1924: [06.23] Revelation (Cast: Joline Hofer ), Directed by George D. Baker, with Monte Blue, Marjorie Daw,
1924: [05.14] The Beauty Prize (Cast: Connie Du Bois), Directed by Lloyd Ingraham, with Pat O'Malley, Eddie Phillips,
1924: [03.24] Don't Doubt Your Husband (Cast: Helen Blake), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Sada Cowan, Allan Forrest,
1924: [01.24] The Heart Bandit (Cast: Molly O'Hara), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Milton Sills, Gertrude Claire,
1923: [11.29] A Noise in Newboro (Cast: Martha Mason), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with David Butler, Eva Novak,
1923: [11.20] In Search of a Thrill (Cast: Ann Clemance), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Warner Baxter, Mabel Van Buren,
1923: [10.00] The Social Code (To Whom It May Concern) (Cast: Babs Van Buren ), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Malcolm McGregor, Edna Flugrath,
1923: [09.17] Rouged Lips (Cast: Norah MacPherson), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Tom Moore, ,
1923: [04.09] Her Fatal Millions (Cast: Mary Bishop ), Directed by William Beaudine, with Huntley Gordon, Allan Forrest,
1923: [02.05] Crinoline and Romance (Cast: Miss Emmy Lou), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Claude Gillingwater, John Bowers,
1922: [11.20] Love in the Dark (Cast: Mary Duffy ), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Cullen Landis, Arline Pretty,
1922: [10.23] June Madness (Cast: Clytie Whitmore ), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Bryant Washburn, Gerald Pring,
1922: [06.25] The Five Dollar Baby (Cast: Ruth), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Ralph Lewis, Otto Hoffman,
1922: [06.12] They Like 'Em Rough (Cast: Katherine), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with William Lawrence, Hardee Kirkland,
1922: [05.01] Seeing's Believing (Cast: Diana Webster), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Allan Forrest, Gertrude Astor,
1922: [03.06] Glass Houses (Cast: Joy Duval), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Gaston Glass, Helen Lynch,
1922: [01.09] Fourteenth Lover (Cast: Vi Marchmont ), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Jack Mulhall, Theodore von Eltz,
1921: [10.23] There are no villains (Cast: Rose Morland), Directed by Bayard Veiller, with Gaston Glass, Edward Cecil,
1921: [09.19] The Match-Breaker (Cast: Jane Morgan ), Directed by Dallas M. Fitzgerald, with Wedgwood Nowell, Jack Perrin,
1921: [08.01] Life's Darn Funny (Cast: Zoe Robert), Directed by Dallas M. Fitzgerald, with , Eva Gordon,
1921: [06.16] Home Stuff (Cast: Madge Joy), Directed by Albert H. Kelley, with Tom Gallery, Josephine Crowell,
1921: [03.28] Puppets of Fate (Sorrontina (Working title)) (Cast: Sorrentina Palombra), Directed by Dallas M. Fitzgerald, with Francis McDonald, Jackie Saunders,
1921: [01.31] The Off-Shore Pirate (Cast: Ardita Farnam), Directed by Dallas M. Fitzgerald, with Jack Mulhall, Edward Jobson,
1920: [12.27] Cinderella's Twin (Cast: Connie McGill), Directed by Dallas M. Fitzgerald, with Wallace MacDonald, Ruth Stonehouse,
1920: [10.04] Blackmail (Cast: Flossie Golden ), Directed by Dallas M. Fitzgerald, with Alfred Allen, ,
1920: [08.66] The Chorus Girl's Romance (Cast: Marcia Meadows), Directed by William C. Dowlan, with , Phil Ainsworth,
1920: [04.00] Dangerous to Men (Cast: Eliza), Directed by William C. Dowlan, with Milton Sills, Edward Connelly,
1920: [01.00] The Willow Tree (Cast: O-Riu), Directed by Henry Otto, with Edward Connelly, Pell Trenton,
1919: [10.25] Please get Married (Cast: Muriel Ashley), Directed by John Ince, with Antrim Short, Margaret Campbell,
1919: [07.21] The Microbe (Cast: Happy O'Brien, The Microbe), Directed by Henry Otto, with Kenneth Harlan, Arthur Maude,
1919: [06.09] Some Bride (Patricia (Working title)) (Cast: Patricia Morley / Viola), Directed by Henry Otto, with Irving Cummings, ,
1919: [04.21] False Evidence (Madelon of the Redwoods (Working title)) (Cast: Madelon MacTavish ), Directed by Edwin Carewe, with Wheeler Oakman, Joe King,
1919: [03.31] The Parisian Tigress (Cast: Jeanne), Directed by Herbert Blaché, with Darrell Foss, Henry Kolker,
1919: [03.03] Satan Junior (Diana Ardway (Working title)) (Cast: Diana Ardway), Directed by Herbert Blaché, John H. Collins, with Milton Sills, Lila Leslie,
1919: [01.06] The Gold Cure (Oh, Annice! (Working title)) (Cast: Annice Paisch), Directed by John H. Collins, with Jack McGowan, Elsie MacLeod,
1918: [08.12] Flower of the Dusk (Cast: Prologue: Constance North), Directed by John H. Collins, with Guy Coombs, Howard Hall,
1918: [07.01] Opportunity (Cast: Mary Willard), Directed by John H. Collins, with Hale Hamilton, Frank Currier,
1918: [06.03] The Only Road (Nita's Wooing (Working title)) (Cast: Nita), Directed by Frank Reicher, with Casson Ferguson, Edythe Chapman,
1918: [04.29] Riders of the Night (The Heart of Kentucky, The Night Riders (Working title)) (Cast: Sally Castleton), Directed by John H. Collins, with George Chesebro, Clifford Bruce,
1918: [03.25] Breakers Ahead (Cast: Ruth Bowman ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Clifford Bruce, Mabel Van Buren,
1918: [02.18] A Weaver of Dreams (The House of Hearts (Working title)) (Cast: Judith Sylvester), Directed by John H. Collins, with Clifford Bruce, Mildred Davis,
1918: [01.14] The Winding Trail (The Tiger Cat (Working title)) (Cast: Audrey Graham), Directed by John H. Collins, with Clifford Bruce, Hayward Mack,
1917: [12.10] Blue Jeans (Cast: June), Directed by John H. Collins, with Robert Walker, Sally Crute,
1917: [08.13] The Girl Without a Soul (Cast: Unity Beaumont / Priscilla Beaumont), Directed by John H. Collins, with Robert Walker, Fred C. Jones,
1917: [06.25] Aladdin's other lamp (Cast: Patricia Smith, known as Patsy), Directed by John H. Collins, with Robert Walker, Augustus Phillips,
1917: [06.04] Lady Barnacle (Cast: Lakshima), Directed by John H. Collins, with Robert Walker, Augustus Phillips,
1917: [04.23] God's Law and Man's (The Purchase Price (Working title)) (Cast: Ameia), Directed by John H. Collins, with Robert Walker, Augustus Phillips,
1917: [03.12] The Mortal Sin (Cast: Jane Anderson), Directed by John H. Collins, with Robert Walker, Augustus Phillips,
1917: [01.22] Threads of Fate (Cast: Dorothea), Directed by Eugene Nowland, with Augustus Phillips, Richard Tucker,
1916: [11.13] The Cossack Whip (Cast: Darya Orlinsky), Directed by John H. Collins, with Grace Williams, Robert Walker,
1916: [10.30] The Gates of Eden (Cast: Evelyn, the mother and Eve, her daughter), Directed by John H. Collins, with Augustus Phillips, Robert Walker,
1916: [09.04] The Light of Happiness (Cast: Tangletop (June Mullins)), Directed by John H. Collins, with , Lorraine Frost,
1916: [06.26] The Flower of No Man's Land (Cast: Echo, the Flower of No Man's Land), Directed by John H. Collins, with Duncan McRae, Harry C. Browne,
1916: [02.01] Rosie O'Grady (His Sister's Champion (Working title)) (Cast: Rosie O'Grady), Directed by John H. Collins, with Tom Blake, James Harris,
1916: [01.26] The Innocence of Ruth (Cast: Ruth Travers ), Directed by John H. Collins, with Edward Earle, Augustus Phillips,
1915: [11.10] Children of Eve (Fifty-Fifty Mamie, Katy (Working title)) (Cast: Fifty-Fifty Mamie ), Directed by John H. Collins, with Robert Conness, Tom Blake,
1915: [10.15] Gladiola (Cast: Gladiola Bain, a country girl), Directed by John H. Collins, with Charles Sutton, ,
1915: [09.24] Her Happiness (Cast: Viola Winters ), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Charles Sutton, Nellie Grant,
1915: [08.27] The Slavey Student (Cast: Alma Picket, his sister), Directed by John H. Collins, with Pat O'Malley, Henry Leone,
1915: [07.23] On Dangerous Paths (Cast: Eleanor Thurston (AKA Violet Dana)), Directed by John H. Collins, with Helen Strickland, ,
1915: [06.11] Cohen's Luck (Cast: Minnie Cohen, their daughter), Directed by John H. Collins, with William Wadsworth, Lillian Devere,
1915: [05.06] The House of the Lost Court (Cast: Dolores Edgerton ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Robert Conness, Duncan McRae, Helen Strickland,
1915: [04.09] The Stoning (Cast: Ruth Fenton ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Charles Sutton, Helen Strickland,
1915: [03.26] A Theft in the Dark (Cast: Lady Genevieve, her sister ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt,
1915: [03.06] The Portrait in the Attic (Cast: Thelma ), Directed by John H. Collins, with Margaret Prussing, Robert Conness,
1915: [02.17] A Spiritual Elopement (Cast: Evelyn Banks ), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, Arthur Housman,
1915: [02.12] The Glory of Clementina (Cast: Etta Concannon), Directed by Ashley Miller, with Miriam Nesbitt, Marc McDermott, Bliss Milford,
1915: [02.06] The Stone Heart (Stoneheart) (Cast: Nan Cowles ), Directed by John H. Collins, with Augustus Phillips, Helen Strickland,
1915: [02.03] A Thorn among Roses (Cast: Ellen Lucre), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Dan Mason, Harry Linson, Gladys Hulette,
1915: [01.15] Lena (Cast: Euphemia Miggles ), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Miriam Nesbitt, Dan Mason, Mrs. William Bechtel,
1915: [01.04] The Champion Process Server (Cast: His Client), Directed by Charles Ranson, with Arthur Housman, William Wadsworth, Sally Crute,
1914: [12.04] Who Goes There? (Cast: Kate - Toppy's Sweetheart ), Directed by Ashley Miller, with Walter Perkins, Harry B. Eytinge,
1914: [10.07] Seth's Sweetheart (Cast: Sally ), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, ,
1914: [09.21] The Adventure of the Hasty Elopement (Octavius, the Amateur Detective #8: The Adventure of the Hasty Elopement) (Cast: Ruth ), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Barry O'Moore, Julian Reed,
1914: [09.08] The Blind Fiddler (Cast: The Fairy ), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Bigelow Cooper, Margaret McWade,
1914: [08.29] Treasure Trove (Cast: Cora Fairfield ), Directed by Ashley Miller, with Edward Boulden, Harry Beaumont,
1914: [08.15] My Friend from India (Cast: Gertie Underholt ), Directed by Ashley Miller, Harry Beaumont, with Walter Perkins, Augustus Phillips, Robert Brower,
1914: [07.04] Molly, the Drummer Boy (Cast: Molly Mason), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with John Sturgeon, Mrs. William Bechtel,
1912: [11.25] The Third Thanksgiving (Cast: (AKA Viola Flugrath)), Directed by Harold M. Shaw, with Charles Ogle, Mrs. William Bechtel, Harry Beaumont,
1912: [08.02] The Lord and the Peasant (Cast: Mary's Sister (AKA Viola Flugrath)), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with Augustus Phillips, Miriam Nesbitt, Charles Sutton,
1912: [06.15] How Father Accomplished His Work (Cast: The Second Daughter (AKA Viola Flugrath) ), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with William Wadsworth, Ida Williams, Alice Washburn,
1912: [04.27] The Butler and the Maid (Cast: The Statue (AKA Viola Flugrath)), Directed by N. N., with Harry Beaumont, Jeanie Macpherson,
1912: [02.23] Children Who Labor (Cast: Older Daughter (AKA Viola Flugrath)), Directed by Ashley Miller, with Barry O'Moore, Mary Fuller, Edna May Weick,
1910: [12.23] A Christmas Carol (Cast: Cratchit's middle daughter (?)), Directed by Charles Kent, Ashley Miller, with Marc McDermott, Charles Ogle, Carey Lee,

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