Lillian Langdon

Actress - USA
Born 1861 in New Jersey, USA
Died February 8, 1943 in Santa Monica, CA, USA

Mini-Biography:
Lillian Langdon was born in 1861 in New Jersey, USA. She was an American Actress, known for Intolerance (1916), The Lamb (1915), Double trouble (1915), Lillian Langdon's first movie on record is from 1912. Lillian Langdon died on February 8, 1943 in Santa Monica, CA, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1926.

Lillian Langdon Filmography [Auszug]
1926: [06.10] The Millionaire Policeman (Cast: Mrs. Wallace ), Directed by Edward LeSaint, with Herbert Rawlinson, Eva Novak, Eugenie Besserer,
1924: [10.06] Circe, the Enchantress (Cast: Sister Agatha ), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with Mae Murray, James Kirkwood, Tom Ricketts,
1923: [11.26] The Wanters (Cast: Mrs. Worthington), Directed by John M. Stahl, with Marie Prevost, Robert Ellis, Norma Shearer,
1922: [12.31] The Strangers' Banquet (Cast: Bride's Mother ), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Hobart Bosworth, , Rockliffe Fellowes,
1921: [01.01] Too Much Wife (Cast: Mrs. Coningsby), Directed by Thomas N. Heffron, with Wanda Hawley, T. Roy Barnes, Arthur Hoyt,
1920: [09.07] The Hope (Cast: Countess Ingestre), Directed by Herbert Blaché, with Jack Mulhall, Marguerite de la Motte, Ruth Stonehouse,
1919: [12.05] (Cast: Lady Balfour), Directed by Chester Bennett, with Earle Williams, Tom Guise, Margaret Loomis,
1919: [07.06] Prudence on Broadway (Cast: Mrs. Melbourne), Directed by Frank Borzage, with Olive Thomas, Francis McDonald, Harvey Clark,
1919: [04.27] The Follies Girl (A Siren in the House (Working title)) (Cast), Directed by John Francis Dillon, with Olive Thomas, Wallace MacDonald, William V. Mong,
1919: [04.13] A Regular Fellow (Cast: Mrs. Christy), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Taylor Holmes, Millicent Fisher, Edna Phillips,
1919: [02.10] The Millionaire Pirate (Cast: Her Mother), Directed by Rupert Julian, with Monroe Salisbury, Ruth Clifford, Jack Mower,
1918: [08.01] Shifting Sands (Cast: Mrs. Stanford), Directed by Albert Parker, with Gloria Swanson, Joe King, Harvey Clark,
1918: [07.21] False Ambition (A Woman of Mystery (Working title)) (Cast: Mrs. Van Dixon), Directed by Gilbert P. Hamilton, with Alma Rubens, Peggy Pearce, Alberta Lee,
1918: [06.09] The Last Rebel (Cast: Mrs. Batesfoord), Directed by Gilbert P. Hamilton, with Belle Bennett, Walt Whitman,
1918: [03.10] The Sea Panther (Cast: Esther), Directed by Thomas N. Heffron, with William Desmond, Mary Warren, Jack Richardson,
1918: [03.03] Heiress for a Day (Cast: Mrs. Standring), Directed by John Francis Dillon, with Olive Thomas, Joe King, Eugene Burr,
1918: [02.03] Limousine Life (Cast: Mrs. Kelts), Directed by John Francis Dillon, with Olive Thomas, Lee Phelps, Joseph Bennett,
1918: [01.13] I love you (Cast: Princess del Chinay), Directed by Walter Edwards, with Alma Rubens, John Lince, Francis McDonald,
1917: [12.16] Because of a Woman (Cast: Luela Malvern), Directed by Jack Conway, with Jack Livingstone, Belle Bennett, George Chesebro,
1917: [03.06] Might and the Man (Cast: Mrs. Sloan), Directed by Edward Dillon, with Elmo Lincoln, Carmel Myers, Wilbur Higby,
1917: [02.04] (Cast), Directed by Tod Browning, Wilfred Lucas, with Wilfred Lucas, Olga Grey, Georgije Stone,
1916: [12.24] The Americano (Mr. Breeze (Working title), The Pet of Paragonia (Working title)) (Cast: Senora de Castille ), Directed by John Emerson, with Douglas Fairbanks, Alma Rubens, Spottiswoode Aitken,
1916: [12.09] The Wharf Rat (Cast: Mrs. Wagner), Directed by Chester Withey, with Mae Marsh, Robert Harron, Spottiswoode Aitken,
1916: [08.05] Intolerance (The Mother and the Law (Working title), Intolerance: A Sun-Play of the Ages, Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages) (Cast: Mary, the Mother), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Lillian Gish, Spottiswoode Aitken, Elmer Clifton,
1916: [07.09] Flirting with fate (The Assassin) (Cast: Mrs. Kingsley), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Douglas Fairbanks, Jewel Carmen, Howard Gaye,
1916: [/ /1] Reggie mixes in (Cast: Reggies Tante Susan), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Frank Bennett, Joseph Singleton, Allan Sears,
1916: [05.29] Mr. Goode, Samaritan (Mr. Goode, the Samaritan, The Philanthropist) (Cast: Mrs. Goode), Directed by Edward Dillon, with DeWolf Hopper, Fay Tincher, Edward Dillon,
1915: [12.05] Double trouble (Cast: Mrs. Waldron), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Douglas Fairbanks, Margery Wilson, Richard Cummings,
1915: [10.07] The Girl of yesterday (Cast: Mrs. A.H. Monroe), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Mary Pickford, Jack Pickford, Gertrude Norman,
1915: [09.23] The Lamb (A Man and the Test (Working title), Blood Will Tell (Working title), The Test and the Man (Working title)) (Cast: Mary' Mother), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Douglas Fairbanks, Seena Owen, William Lowery,
1915: [07.12] Kindling (Cast: Mrs. Jane Burke-Smith), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Charlotte Walker, Thomas Meighan, Raymond Hatton,
1914: [05.29] The Greyhound (Cast: Mrs. Foster Allen), Directed by Lawrence B. McGill, with William H. Tooker, Elita Proctor Otis, ,
1913: [10.18] The Girl across the Way (Cast: The Boy's Mother), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Mae Marsh, W. Chrystie Miller, Robert Harron,
1913: [06.16] The Jealousy of Jane (Cast), Directed by George Loane Tucker, with Jane Gail, Matt Moore,
1912: [10.04] (Cast: The Mother), Directed by Harry Solter, with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore, Victory Bateman,

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