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Mary Anderson


11 Movies0TV shows
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About Mary Anderson

Mary Anderson is a 124 years old other from Brooklyn, New York, USA. Mary is most well known for acting, and has 11 known credits, of which 11 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Mary Anderson’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Mary Anderson’s movies you should definitely watch Tangled Tangoists (1914) Mary has worked on!

  1. Tangled Tangoists (1914)
  2. The Four Orphans (1923)
  3. Bluebeard, Jr (1922)
  4. The False Faces (1919)
  5. His Birthright (1918)

1. Tangled Tangoists (1914 Movie)

The best rated movie Mary Anderson has been a part of is the comedy movie Tangled Tangoists, where they had the role of . It has a rating 6.7 on IMDb.

2. The Four Orphans (1923)

Mary Anderson worked on this comedy movie as The Wife.

3. Bluebeard, Jr (1922)

In Bluebeard, Jr Mary Anderson was worked as Toast the Knowing.

4. The False Faces (1919)

This action, drama, war movie has a rating on 5.9 on IMDb. In The False Faces Mary Anderson had the role of Cecilia Brooke.

5. His Birthright (1918)

Mary Anderson was a part of the movie His Birthright as Helen Milton. This drama movie has a rating 5.4 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

When was Mary Anderson born?

Mary Anderson’s birthday is on 28 June 1897.

Where was Mary Anderson born?

Mary Anderson was born in Brooklyn, New York, USA.

What is Mary most known for?

Mary Anderson is most known for acting. Mary has worked on 11 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Mary Anderson’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Tangled Tangoists, which has a score of 0.0.

Mary’s Filmography

Executive producer. John and Flora meet at a ball, but neither can do these modern dances, so they sit out… and run into each other later at a dance studio. Bunny exudes his usual Pickwickian charm. Miss Finch gets involved in a nice bit of physical comedy when her gawkiness makes the dance lesson less than successful.

As Nan Beech. Newlyweds Tom and Nan Beech have trouble settling into their tiny new apartment, and once they have, they get into an argument that sends Nan storming out. Almost as soon as she is gone, Tom gets word that his uncle will give him 50 thousand dollars if he can prove he is a happily married, successful businessman.

As Cecilia Brooke. During World War I, a professional thief known as The Lone Wolf is assigned to steal a cylinder with important information from behind the German lines and bring it to Allied intelligence headquarters. However, German agents set out to stop him, headed by the man who was responsible for the death of the thief's sister.

As Helen Milton. Yukio is illegal in the United States and is used by a gang of spies for their plans. Yukio must steal secret documents from an admiral. When he's submitting the documents to the gang, he realizes what he has done and claims the documents back. A struggle follows.

As Evelyn Huntington. Delmar Spavinaw, an educated "half-breed," loves Evelyn Huntington, daughter of a racist judge. Evelyn's other suitor is Ross Kennion, a widower with one child, and owner of a vast tract of land which Spavinaw insists belongs to his Indian mother. Spavinaw seeks revenge when Judge Huntington decides to evict the squaw. Assisted by Juan Del Rey, a cattle rustler, Spavinaw steals the title to the land, wounds Kennion, stages a raid on the judge's cattle, and attempts to kidnap Kennion's son and Evelyn. The arrival of the sheriff forces him into flight across the border without his hostages. En route he meets Doll Pardeau, a school friend of Evelyn's, and together they ride for the Mexican border. Caught between a cattle stampede and a sheriff's posse, the couple catch a passing freight train, leaving calamity behind as the train slowly passes.

Executive producer. Buddy Watson, the youngest of three brothers, and just getting accustomed to long pants, meets Elsie Forster at a church social and is smitten by the young lady's charms. He writes, addressing the letter simply, "Miss Forster," asking permission to call. Elsie gets the note and joyously answers "yes," but Grace, her sister, sees the letter and is quite sure he means her.

As Birdie Sankey. Judge Robert Appleton (Winter Hall) has led an exemplary life. His four children, however, fell short once they grew up and had to fend for themselves. When Appleton dies, his widow (Lydia Knott) explains that his last request was that each child spend one hour of contemplation with his body. The first is the youngest daughter, Daisy (Rosemary Theby), an artist of note who was betrayed and left with a son to raise out of wedlock. Next is Luke (Milton Sills), a wild young man who ran away at 19, and even though he is now married and a father, he still can't quite settle down. The eldest son, Bob (Wilfred Lucas), is next -- he wed a wealthy woman, but the marriage has no love.

As Marguerite. This LOST film was Clara Kimball Young's first feature, and her last film for Vitagraph, where she had made all of her short films. It was a sensational success and launched her as the most popular star that year. Its Russian setting was drawn upon by Young for many more of her features. Two short clips of the film exists in Warner Brother's 1931 Vitaphone short "The Movie Album," and have been mounted on Internet Archive and Google Video. One scene shows the meeting of Helene's terrorist cell with an extra alleged to be Leon Trostky. The other clip appears to be when she and Lennox are visiting the Weletsky's. (cont.

As Alice. This is a very crudely made morality tale of a young college girl who is made a fuss of by a society sorority because she happens to have known a woman in society. She is very flattered and despite being in over her head in terms of financially keeping up with her wealthier sisters, she schemes how to do just that, stooping to theft.

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