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Isabel Lamon


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About Isabel Lamon

Isabel Lamon is most well known for acting, and has 5 known credits, of which 5 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Isabel Lamon’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Isabel Lamon’s movies you should definitely watch Little Women (1918), as with 10.0 it is the highest rated movie Isabel has worked on!

  1. Little Women (1918)
  2. Dick's Turning (1913)
  3. Robin Hood (1912)
  4. The Exile (1913)
  5. The Matinee Girl (1918)

1. Little Women (1918 Movie)

The best rated movie Isabel Lamon has been a part of is the movie Little Women, where they had the role of Meg March. It has a rating on Friendspire of 10.0 and 6.7 on IMDb .

2. Dick's Turning (1913)

Isabel Lamon worked on this movie as Milly.

3. Robin Hood (1912)

In Robin Hood Isabel Lamon was worked as Toast the Knowing . This romance, adventure, drama movie has a rating on 5.0 on IMDb .

4. The Exile (1913)

In The Exile Isabel Lamon had the role of .

5. The Matinee Girl (1918)

Isabel Lamon was a part of the movie The Matinee Girl as Vera.

Frequently asked questions

What is Isabel most known for?

Isabel Lamon is most known for acting. Isabel has worked on 5 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Isabel Lamon’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Little Women, which has a score of 10.0.

Isabel’s Filmography

As Meg March. Jo March and her sisters Meg, Beth, and Amy live in a happy family in Concord, Massachusetts. Jo yearns to be a writer, and through the course of the years, finds much within her own family.

As Fennel. Robin Hood is a 1912 film made by Eclair Studios when it and many other early film studios in America's first motion picture industry were based in Fort Lee, New Jersey at the beginning of the 20th century. The movie's costumes feature enormous versions of the familiar hats of Robin and his merry men, and uses the unusual effect of momentarily superimposing images different animals over each character to emphasize their good or evil qualities. The film was directed by Étienne Arnaud and Herbert Blaché, and written by Eustace Hale Ball. A restored copy of the 30-minute film exists and was exhibited in 2006 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

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