Lillian Elliott was born on April 24, 1874 in Canada. She was an American Actress, known for Proud Flesh (1925), Old Clothes (1925), The Volga Boatman (1926), Lillian Elliott's first movie on record is from 1915. She was married to James Corrigan. Lillian Elliott died on January 15, 1959 in Hollywood, California, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1927.
Lillian Elliott Filmography [Auszug]
1927: [10.15] Call of the Cuckoo (Cast: Mama Gimplewart), Directed by Clyde Bruckman, with Max Davidson, Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy,
1927: [07.03] Don't tell everything (Cast), Directed by Leo McCarey, with Max Davidson, Walter 'Spec' O'Donnell, Jesse De Vorska,
1927: [10.23] Should Second Husbands Come First (Cast), Directed by Leo McCarey, with Max Davidson, David Butler,
1926: [05.23] The Volga Boatman (Cast: Landlady (/xx/) ), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with William Boyd, Arthur C. Miller, Elinor Fair,
1925: [12.27] Sally, Irene and Mary (Cast: Mrs. O'Dare), Directed by Edmund Goulding, with Constance Bennett, Joan Crawford, Sally O'Neil,
1925:  Old Clothes (Cast: Nathans Mutter), Directed by Edward F. Cline, with Jackie Coogan, Joan Crawford, Max Davidson,
1925: [04.25] Proud Flesh (Cast: Mrs. Casey), Directed by King Vidor, with Eleanor Boardman, Pat O'Malley, Harrison Ford,
1921: [06.00] Lavender and Old Lace (Cast: Jane Hathaway), Directed by Lloyd Ingraham, with Marguerite Snow, Seena Owen, Louis Bennison,
1915: [04.29] Help Wanted (Cast: Mrs. Meyers), Directed by Hobart Bosworth, with Hobart Bosworth, Adele Farrington,
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