Mabel Normand

Portrait Mabel NormandActress - USA
Born November 16, 1894 in Boston, MA, US
Died February 23, 1930 in Monrovia, CA, US

Mini-Biography:
Mabel Normand was born on November 16, 1894 in Boston, MA, US. She was an American Actress, known for Caught in a Cabaret (1914), The fatal Mallet (1914), Her friend the Bandit (1914), Mabel Normand's first movie on record is from 1911. Mabel Normand died on February 23, 1930 in Monrovia, CA, US. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1967.
Biographical Notes in German: Der grösste weibliche Star aller alten Komödien, die Mack Sennett drehte, war Mabel Normand, Charlie Chaplins erste grosse Partnerin. Mabel wurde am 16. November 1894 in Boston geboren oder am 10. November 1895 in Providence, wie Mack Sennett in seiner Autobiographie schreibt. Sie wurde getauft auf den Namen Mabel Ethelreid Normand, ihr Vater war ein französischer Pianist, ihre Mutter eine Irin. Nachdem die Familie 1908 nach New York gezogen war, arbeitete Mabel als Fotomodell und wurde kurz darauf von der „Vitagraph“ unter dem Namen Mabel Fortescue für eine Serie von Filmen über „Betty“ verpflichtet. Dann drehte sie zusammen mit Mack Sennett in einigen Filmen von David Wark Griffith als Statistin, und Sennett sagte ihr damals eine grosse Zukunft als Filmkomikerin voraus.

Als Mack Sennett die „Biograph“ verliess und die „Keystone“ gründete, nahm er Mabel Normand mit sich und machte aus ihr die Heldin unzähliger Filme. In den kurzen Keystone-Komödien entwickelte sie sich zum grossen Star, dessen Spiel ganz auf der mimischen Ausdruckskraft beruhte. Mit Roscoe „Fatty“ Arbuckle und Charlie Chaplin wurde sie Titelheldin einer Reihe von Filmen, die sie teilweise selbst inszenierte. Mack Sennett, der zeitlebens Junggeselle und in sie verliebt war, baute ihr ein eigenes Studio, wo sie - unter Sennetts Anleitung - ihre Filme drehen konnte.

Während einiger Zeit spielte Mabel Normand bei Regisseuren der Goldwyn-Produktion in einigen Filmen, die nicht den gewünschten Erfolg errangen. Sie kehrte 1921 zu Sennett zurück, nun als Hauptdarstellerin in seinen grossen abendfüllenden Spielfilmen „Molly O“ (1921), „Suzanna“ (1922/23) und „The Extra Girl“ („Die Statistin“, 1923), alle drei unter Sennetts Oberleitung von Richard Jones inszeniert, wurden ihre grossen künstlerischen Erfolge. Sie hatte sich von der Slapstick-Artistin nun vollauf zur anspruchsvollen Schauspielerin entwickelt, und in „The Extra Girl“ finden sich nochmals die Elemente der früheren Komik in eine meisterhafte Form umgegossen.

1922 wurde Mabel in den Mordfall um den Regisseur William Desmond Taylor verwickelt, der am 1. Februar unter mysteriösen Umständen gestorben war. Mabel war die letzte Person, die Taylor lebend gesehen hatte - so hiess es wenigstens - und, obwohl keine Beweise gefunden werden konnten, dass sie in irgendeinem Zusammenhang mit seinem Tode stand, war ihre Karriere trotz aller Fürsprache Sennetts ruiniert. Sie drehte unter Hal Roach 1926 nochmals drei mittellange Filme, 1929 wurde sie in ein Sanatorium bei Monrovia eingeliefert und starb am 23. Februar 1930 an Tuberkulose.

In die Filmgeschichte eingegangen ist Mabel Normand - wenigstens nach Mack Sennetts Worten - als Erfinderin des legendären Tortenwurfs in der Slapstick-Komödie. Wie die Equipe mit Mack Sennett bei der Keystone eine Szene mit Ben Turpin drehen wollte, war niemand von der Komik des Auftritts überzeugt. Mabel, die in dieser Szene eigentlich nichts zu tun hatte, sass ausserhalb des Bildes. Sie sah plötzlich neben sich eine Torte, die zwei Schreiner sich zum Dessert aufgehoben hatten. „Mabel schnüffelte, und sie war inspiriert. Sie wog die Torte in ihrer rechten Hand ab, schätzte sie wohlwollend ein, balancierte sich selbst auf den Ballen ihrer Füsse aus, fasste Stellung wie ein grosser Ballwerfer und war. Filmgeschichte, Millionen von Dollar und eine Million Lachsalven folgten ihr, als die Torte in einer gezogenen Kurve flog und mit einer dumpfen Explosion in Ben Turpins Gesicht verspritzte.“ Sennett selbst erfand für den Aufschlag einer Sahnetorte im Gesicht einen neuen Fachausdruck, das lautmalerische Wort „the splurch“. Wenn diese Geschichte sich vielleicht auch nicht ganz so zugetragen hat, wie Sennett sie schilderte, so ist sie doch eine schöne Episode aus Mabel Normands Leben, das nur sechsunddreissig Jahre währte.

Sie war, Hollywoods gefürchtete Kolumnistinnen Hedda Hopper und Louella Parsons gingen hier einig, eine grosse Schauspielerin. (lhg)

Mabel Normand Filmography [Auszug]
1967: [/ /1] The funniest Man in the World (Cast), Directed by Vernon P. Baker, with Mary Pickford, Edna Purviance,
1935: [] Movie Albume Featurettes (Cast), Directed by Jack Henley, with John Bunny, Henry B. Walthall, Blanche Sweet,
1927: [] One Hour Married (Cast), Directed by Jerome Strong, Hal Yates, with Syd Crossley, James Finlayson, Charles H. Geldert,
1927: [01.30] Should men walk home? (Cast), Directed by Leo McCarey, with Creighton Hale, Eugene Pallette,
1926: [] Raggedy Rose (Cast: Raggedy Rose ), Directed by Richard Wallace, with Carl Miller, Max Davidson,
1923: [/ /1] The Extra Girl (Cast: Sue Graham, The Extra Girl), Directed by F. Richard Jones, with Ralph Graves, George Nichols,
1923: [] Suzanna (Cast), with Leon Barry, Evelyn Sherman, Lon Poff,
1922: [/ /1] Oh Mabel behave (Cast),
1922: [04.20] Head over Heals (Cast), Directed by Victor Schertzinger, Paul Bern, with Hugh Thompson, Raymond Hatton,
1921: [12/00] What happened to Rosa (Rose Alvaro) (Cast: Mayme Ladd / Rosa Alvaro), Directed by Victor Schertzinger, with Doris Pawn, Tully Marshall,
1921: [] Molly O' (Cast), Directed by F. Richard Jones, with Carl Stockdale, George Nichols,
1920: [07.00] The Slim Princess (Cast: Kalora), Directed by Victor Schertzinger, with Hugh Thompson, Tully Marshall,
1919: [/ /1] Upstairs (Cast),
1919: [03.02] Sis Hopkins (Cast: Sis Hopkins), Directed by Clarence G. Badger, with John Bowers, Sam de Grasse,
1918: [11.01] United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive (Cast: Mabel Normand), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with Dorothy Dalton, William Farnum, William Faversham,
1918: [10.21] A Perfect 36 (A Perfect Thirty-Six) (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Charles Giblyn, with Rod La Rocque, Flora Zabelle,
1918: [10.00] Stake Uncle Sam to Play Your Hand (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Pauline Frederick, John St. Polis,
1918: [09.02] Peck's Bad Girl (Cast: Minnie Penelope Peck), Directed by Charles Giblyn, with Earle Foxe, Corinne Barker,
1918: [08.00] Mickey (Cast: Mickey), Directed by F. Richard Jones, James Young, with George Nichols, Laura La Varnie,
1918: [07.28] Back to the Woods (Cast), Directed by George Irving, with Herbert Rawlinson, T. Henderson Murray, Arthur Housman,
1918: [06.16] The Venus Model (Cast: Kitty O'Brien), Directed by Clarence G. Badger, with Rod La Rocque, Alec B. Francis,
1918: [05.05] Joan of Plattsburg (Cast: Joan ), Directed by William Humphrey, George Loane Tucker, with Robert Elliott, William Frederic,
1918: [01.27] Dodging a Million (Cast: Arabella Flynn ), Directed by George Loane Tucker, with Tom Moore, J. Herbert Frank,
1916: [02.20] Bright Lights (The Lure of Broadway) (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, William Jefferson,
1916: [01.30] He Did and He Didn't (Love and Lobsters (Working title)) (Cast: The Doctor's Wife), Directed by Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, William Jefferson,
1916: [01.09] Fatty and Mabel adrift (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Al St. John,
1915: [11.28] Stolen Magic (A Foreign Traveler (Working title)) (Cast: The Friend's Wife ), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Raymond Hitchcock, Mack Sennett,
1915: [11.07] My Valet (Cast: Mabel Stebbins), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Raymond Hitchcock, Mack Sennett,
1915: [06.21] The little teacher (Cast: The Little Teacher ), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Owen Moore, Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle,
1915: [05.01] Mabel's Wilful Way (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Mack Sennett, Roscoe Arbuckle, with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Edgar Kennedy,
1915: [04.22] Mabel and Fatty Viewing the World's Fair at San Francisco (Director: (/xx/)), Directed by Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle,
1915: [02.11] Mabel's and Fatty's Married Life (Cast: Mabel ), Directed by Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Alice Howell,
1915: [01.28] Mabel, Fatty and the Law (Cast: Mabel - Fatty's Wife), Directed by Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Harry Gribbon,
1915: [01.23] Fatty and Mabel at the San Diego Exposition (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Ted Edwards,
1915: [01.18] Fatty and Mabel's simple Life (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Al St. John,
1915: [01.14] Mabel and Fatty's Wash Day (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, with Harry McCoy, Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle,
1914: [11.23] The Sea Nymphs (Cast: Mabel ), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Mack Swain, Minta Durfee,
1914: [11.14] Tillie's punctured romance (For the Love of Tillie, Marie's Millions, Tillie's Big Romance, Tillie's Nightmare) (Cast: The Other Woman), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Charles Bennett, Dixie Chene, Glen Cavender,
1914: [11.09] His trysting place (Cast: Mabel, The Wife ), Directed by Charles Chaplin, with Charles Chaplin, Mack Swain,
1914: [11.05] Getting acquainted (A Fair Exchange, Exchange Is No Robbery) (Cast: Ambrose's Wife ), Directed by Charles Chaplin, with Charles Chaplin, Phyllis Allen, Mack Swain,
1914: [10.29] Gentlemen of nerve (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Charles Chaplin, with Charles Chaplin, Chester Conklin,
1914: [10.14] Mabel's Blunder (The False Chaffeur (Working title)) (Director), with Harry McCoy, Charley Chase,
1914: [10.08] Hello, Mabel (Cast: Mabel - the 'Hello' Girl), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Mack Swain, Alice Davenport,
1914: [08.27] The Masquerader (Putting One Over, The Female, The Female Impersonator, The Perfumed Lady, The Picnic) (Cast: Actress Outside Studio), Directed by Charles Chaplin, with Charles Chaplin, Minta Durfee, Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle,
1914: [] Won in a Cupboard (Director), with Charles Inslee, Charles Avery,
1914: [06.20] Mabel's married life (The Squarehead, When You're Married) (Scenario), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Charles Chaplin, Mack Swain,
1914: [06.13] Mabel's busy day (Director), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Dan Albert, Charles Chaplin,
1914: [06.04] Her friend the Bandit (Mabel's Flirtation, The Thief Catcher.) (Cast: Miss De Rock ), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Charles Chaplin, Charles Murray,
1914: [06.01] The fatal Mallet (Hit Him Again, The Pile Driver, The Rival Suitors) (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Charles Chaplin, Mack Sennett,
1914: [05.28] The Alarm (Fireman's Picnic) (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Al St. John,
1914: [04.27] Caught in a Cabaret (Jazz Waite, Charlie the Waiter, Faking With Society, Prime Minister Charlie, Caught in the Cabaret) (Director), Directed by Charles Chaplin, with Charles Chaplin, Harry McCoy,
1914: [04.18] Mabel at the wheel (Director), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Charles Chaplin, Harry McCoy,
1914: [03.02] A Film Johnnie (Charlie at the Studio, Million Dollar Job, Movie Nut, Charlie the Actor) (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Mack Sennett, George Nichols, with Charles Chaplin, Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Peggy Pearce,
1914: [02.21] Love and Gasoline (Cast), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Alice Davenport, Mack Swain,
1914: [02.09] Mabel's strange predicament (Hotel Mixup, Pajamas (Working title)) (Director), with Charles Chaplin, Chester Conklin,
1914: [01.31] Mabel's Bear Escape (Cast: Mabel), Directed by George Nichols, with Mack Sennett,
1914: [01.22] Won in a Closet (Cast: Mabel), with Charles Inslee, Charles Avery,
1914: [01.05] Mabel's stormy Love Affair (Cast: Mabel ), with Harry McCoy,
1914: [01.01] Misplaced Foot (Cast: Mabel ), Directed by Wilfred Lucas, with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Minta Durfee,
1914: [01.01] A Glimpse of Los Angeles (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Wilfred Lucas,
1913: [12.15] The Gusher (Cast: Oil Well Buyer's Sweetheart), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Ford Sterling, Charles Inslee,
1913: [11.20] A Muddy Romance (Muddled in Mud, A Mud Bath, The Lake) (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Ford Sterling, Charles Inslee,
1913: [10.30] The Speed Kings (Speed Kings Tetzlaff and Earl Cooper, Teddy Tetzlaff and Earl Cooper (Working title)) (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Wilfred Lucas, with Ford Sterling, Teddy Tetzlaff,
1913: [09.11] The Gypsy Queen (Cast: The Gypsy Queen ), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Nick Cogley,
1913: [09.08] Mabel's Dramatic Career (Cast: Mabel, the Kitchen Maid), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Mack Sennett, Alice Davenport,
1913: [08.28] Mabel's New Hero (Fatty and the Bathing Beauties, Fatty's Bathing Beauties, Fatty's Bathing Cuties) (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Charles Inslee,
1913: [07.17] A Noise from the Deep (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Charles Inslee,
1913: [] Fatty's Flirtation (The Flirt (Working title), The Masher (Working title)) (Cast: Mabel), Directed by George Nichols, with Minta Durfee, Frank Cooley,
1913: [] A healthy Neighborhood (Cast: The Girl ), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Ford Sterling, William Hauber,
1913: [06.12] The Speed Queen (Cast: Nellie), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Ford Sterling, Nick Cogley,
1913: [06.02] Barney Oldfield's Race for a Life (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Mack Sennett, Ford Sterling,
1913: [05.22] The Foreman of the Jury (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Ford Sterling, Fred Mace,
1913: [05.12] Mabel's Awful Mistake (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Mack Sennett, Ford Sterling,
1913: [05.08] A little Hero (Cast: Mabel), Directed by George Nichols, Mack Sennett, with Teddy the Dog, Pepper the Cat,
1913: [04.28] His Chum the Baron (Cast: Party Girl), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Ford Sterling, Rube Miller,
1913: [04.24] Bangville Police (Cast: Della - the Farmer's Daughter), Directed by Henry Lehrman, with Fred Mace, Nick Cogley,
1913: [04.10] A Game of Poker (Cast), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Ford Sterling, Fred Mace,
1913: [04.10] Father's Choice (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Henry Lehrman, with George Nichols, Fred Mace,
1913: [04.07] Those Good Old Days (Cast: The Peasant Girl), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Fred Mace, Mack Sennett,
1913: [04.03] Hide and Seek (Cast: Mabel Brown - the Boss), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Ford Sterling, Nick Cogley,
1913: [03.31] Her New Beau (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Henry Lehrman, with Fred Mace, Mack Sennett,
1913: [03.31] On His Wedding Day (Cast: The Girl in the Park), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Ford Sterling, Dot Farley, Nick Cogley,
1913: [03.27] At Twelve O'Clock (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Fred Mace, Mack Sennett,
1913: [03.20] The Rube and the Baron (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Mack Sennett, Fred Mace,
1913: [03.20] Near to Earth (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Lionel Barrymore, Gertrude Bambrick, Robert Harron,
1913: [03.13] Foiling Fickle Father (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Henry Lehrman, with Henry Stanley, Fred Mace,
1913: [03.10] A Strong Revenge (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Mack Sennett, Ford Sterling,
1913: [03.06] The Sleuths at the Floral Parade (Cast: The Woman), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Mack Sennett, Fred Mace,
1913: [03.06] The Rural Third Degree (Cast), Directed by Mack Sennett, George Nichols, with Fred Mace, Dot Farley, Nick Cogley,
1913: [02.27] A Doctored Affair (Cast: Tillie ), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Ford Sterling, Fred Mace,
1913: [02.27] A Red Hot Romance (Cast: Señorita), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Fred Mace, Ford Sterling,
1913: [02.17] Heinze's Resurrection (Cast: (/xx/)), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Ford Sterling, Arthur Tavares, Fred Mace,
1913: [02.13] Mabel's Heroes (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Mack Sennett, Fred Mace,
1913: [02.06] The Battle of Who Run (Cast: Mack's Girl), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Mack Sennett, Fred Mace, Ford Sterling,
1913: [02.03] Just Brown's Luck (Cast: Mrs. Brown), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Fred Mace, Ford Sterling,
1913: [01.27] The Deacon Outwitted (Cast), Directed by Henry Lehrman, with Betty Schade, Ford Sterling,
1913: [01.06] Saving Mabel's Dad (Cast: Mabel), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Ford Sterling, Joseph Graybill,
1913: [01.06] A Double Wedding (Cast), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Fred Mace, Charles Avery, Alice Davenport,
1912: [12.02] Brown's Seance (Cast: Mrs. Brown), Directed by Fred Mace, with Fred Mace, Alice Davenport,
1912: [09.23] Cohen Collects a Debt (Cast), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Ford Sterling, Mack Sennett,
1912: [08.15] Interrupted Elopement (Cast: Alice, Bob's Sweetheart), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Edward Dillon, William J. Butler,
1912: [08/05] The Tourists (Cast: Tourist), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Charles West, William J. Butler,
1912: [/ /1] The Water Nymph (Cast),
1912: [/ /1] Mabel's Adventures (Cast),
1912: [] At Coney Island (Cohen at Coney Island) (Cast), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Mack Sennett, Ford Sterling,
1912: [06.24] A Dash Through the Clouds (Cast: Martha ), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Fred Mace, Phillip Parmalee,
1912: [06.13] Katchem Kate (Cast: Katchem Kate ), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Fred Mace, Jack Pickford,
1912: [06.13] Neighbors (Cast: First French Family, the Wife), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Fred Mace, Sylvia Ashton,
1912: [05.23] Helen's Marriage (Cast: Helen ), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Edward Dillon, ,
1912: [05/13] The Furs (Cast: The Wife), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Dell Henderson, Kate Bruce,
1912: [05.02] The Fickle Spaniard (Cast: Marcelle), Directed by Dell Henderson, Mack Sennett, with Fred Mace, Claire McDowell,
1912: [04.22] The Brave Hunter (Cast: The Woman), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Mack Sennett, Dell Henderson,
1912: [04.11] Help! Help! (Cast: Mrs. Suburbanite), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Fred Mace, Dell Henderson,
1912: [04.01] Oh, Those Eyes (Cast: Gladys), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Dell Henderson, Edward Dillon,
1912: [03.21] Hot Stuff (Cast: Hank's Sweetheart), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Mack Sennett, Dell Henderson,
1912: [03.21] A Voice from the Deep (Cast: Minor Role (/xx/) (--??--) ), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Edward Dillon, Fred Mace, Marguerite Marsh,
1912: [03.11] The Engagement Ring (Scenario), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Edward Dillon, Dell Henderson,
1912: [03.11] A Spanish Dilemma (Cast: The Señorita), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Fred Mace, Mack Sennett,
1912: [01.11] The Eternal Mother (Cast: Mary, the Woman), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Edwin August, Blanche Sweet,
1912: [01.04] The Joke on the Joker (Cast: The Joker's Wife), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Fred Mace, Joseph Graybill,
1911: [09.14] The Squaw's Love (Cast: Wild Flower), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Alfred Paget, Dark Cloud,
1911: [08.31] The Baron (Cast: The Heiress), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Dell Henderson, Joseph Graybill,
1911: [08.21] The Diving Girl (Cast: The Niece ), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Fred Mace, William J. Butler,
1911: [] The Subduing of Mrs. Nag (Cast), with John Bunny, Flora Finch,
1911: [] Saved from Himself (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Joseph Graybill, Charles Hill Mailes,
1911: [05.16] When a Man's Married His Trouble Begins (Cast: Mabel, Jack's Wife), Directed by N. N., with James Morrison, Edwin R. Phillips,
1911: [05.09] His Mother (Cast: Donald's Fiancee), Directed by N. N., with Mary Maurice, Maurice Costello,
1911: [04.29] Picciola; or, The Prison Flower (Cast: Picciola ), Directed by N. N., with William Humphrey,
1911: [02.21] A Tale of Two Cities (Cast), Directed by William Humphrey, Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Maurice Costello, Florence Turner, John Bunny,
1911: [02.20] The Diamond Star (Cast: Guest at Dinner Party), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Wilfred Lucas, Florence Barker, Florence LaBadie,
1911: [01.23] Fate's Turning (Cast: A diner at the hotel), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles West, Stephanie Longfellow, Grace Henderson,

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