Angelus Rosedale Cemetery

The men and women are interred or cremated at Angelus Rosedale Cemetery in Los Angeles, California.
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Tod Browning
Director, Dracula
Belonging to a well-situated family, Charles Browning fell in love at the age of 16 with a dancer of a circus. Following her began his itinerary of being clown, jockey and director of a variety theater which ended when he met D.W. Griffith and became an actor. He made his debut in Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages...
“ Plot: Section 7 Lot 5A Grave Z NE ” - Syl
Eric Campbell
Campbell was born in Sale, Cheshire on 26th April 1880 and began acting as a boy. He married fellow music hall performer Fanny Gertrude Robotham on March 30, 1901 and was later hired by English music hall impresario Fred Karno for his "Fun Factory" comedy troupes that featured other comics like a young Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel...
“ Plot: Section H. This is a cenotaph placed by a British film company in 1995. His ashes were buried in an unrecorded location in the cemetery. ” - Syl
“ Plot: Section 9, urn garden (Unmarked) ” - Syl
“ Plot: Section N, Lot 109, Grave 2 NE ” - Syl
Louise Glaum
Actress, Sex
“ Plot: Section Q, Lot 197 ” - Syl
Theresa Harris
Theresa Harris appeared with more stars of the Golden Era of Hollywood than anyone else. She sang, she danced, appeared in films and TV. She graced the screen with her magnetic presence and most times stole scenes from the top stars of the day every chance she got and made a lot of dull movies worthwhile...
Nellie Lutcher
Self, Girl Time
Singer/pianist Nellie Lutcher began her musical career in the late 1940s and worked on a variety of genres, including blues, jazz and pop. She had a string of hits in the late 1940s on Capitol, such as "Hurry On Down" and "Fine Brown Frame". She first started singing in church in her home town of Lake Charles...
Hattie McDaniel
After working as early as the 1910s as a band vocalist, Hattie McDaniel debuted as a maid in The Golden West. Her maid-mammy characters became steadily more assertive, showing up first in Judge Priest and becoming pronounced in Alice Adams. In this one, directed by George Stevens and aided and abetted by star Katharine Hepburn...
Tim Moore
Although Tim Moore will forever be known as "The Kingfish" in the pioneering series The Amos 'n Andy Show, he was actually far better known for his career on the stage and as a comedian in vaudeville than he was for his film and television work. In fact, he had only made (as far as is known) three films before "Amos 'n' Andy", and he had to be coaxed out of retirement to play in that show...
“ Plot: Section O, Lot 120, Grave 1 NW ” - Syl
Marshall Neilan
In the early days of silent pictures, Marshall Neilan was a top director for Goldwyn Pictures. He had also directed a small number of Louis B. Mayer's independently produced melodramas, but there was a mutual dislike between the two men. During the festivities inaugurating the merger of Metro and Goldwyn Pictures on April 26...
“ Plot: Section K, Lot 35, Grave 3 S.W. ” - Syl
Stanley Price
Prolific western utility player, in Hollywood from 1932. Noticeable for his dusky looks, hypnotic stare and crocodilian smile, Price was perhaps one of the busier small-part actors of the period, as attested by the fact, that -- in 1939 alone -- he worked for 52 weeks and earned $2700. He served in the military during the latter stages of World War I and thereafter acted on stage in the Midwest...
Monroe Salisbury
Monroe Salisbury was born Orange Salisbury Cash, the son of David Cash and Ellen Louise Salisbury Cash, and grandson of Aaron Cash and Ann Roat Cash of Evans, Erie County, New York. He grew up with two sisters, Adelaide Mary Cash and Anna Louise Cash. By 1900, he was a working actor supporting his widowed mother and living in Providence...
“ Plot: Section D, Lot 100, Grave 2 NW ” - Syl
Everett Sloane
Everett Sloane, the actor most known for playing Mr. Bernstein in Orson Welles classic Citizen Kane as a member of Welles' Mercury Players, was born in New York, New York on October 1, 1909. Sloane was bitten by the acting bug quite early, and first went on-stage when he was seven years old. After high school...
“ Plot: Mausoleum, Front North Wall, Niche 122 ” - Syl
“ Cenotaph ” - Syl
“ Plot: Section 4, Lot 2 and one half, Grave 3 NW ” - Syl
Dooley Wilson
Actor, Casablanca
"You must remember this, a kiss is still a kiss, a sigh is just a sigh; the fundamental things apply, as time goes by...". Anyone unfamiliar with this legendary movie lyric must either live in a well-insulated modern world or perhaps on Mars. The gentleman who crooned this tune for the morose Humphrey Bogart...
“ Plot: Section D, Lot 6, Grave 5 NE ” - Syl
Anna May Wong
Anna May Wong, the first Chinese-American movie star, was born Wong Liu Tsong on January 3, 1905, in Los Angeles, California, to laundryman Wong Sam Sing and his wife, Lee Gon Toy. A third-generation American, she managed to have a substantial acting career during a deeply racist time when the taboo...
“ Plot: Name is in Chinese on stone. ” - Syl
“ Plot: Mausoleum Niche (Far left, Isle on right side) ” - Syl
“ Plot: Section D, Lot 180A, Space 6E 2F ” - Syl
Gertrude Temple
Gertrude Amelia Krieger was born on July 15, 1893, in Chicago, Illinois. In 1903, her father, German-born Julius Otto Krieger, relocated the family to Los Angeles, California. Because her parents worked long hours and her father died when she was 15, Gertrude spent much of her childhood caring for her younger brother...
George Temple
George Francis Temple was born in Fairview, Pennsylvania, in May 1888, to Francis Temple, a doctor, and Cynthia Yaeger Temple. Dr. Temple was devoted to his patients, but long hours and house calls in inclement weather soon took their toll, and he died of pneumonia in June 1896, when he was only 39...
Edward Ellis
Actor, Fury
Character actor in films, often portraying strident types, he is best remembered cast as "The Thin Man" (actually, "Wynant") of the hit 1934 MGM film. He Ellis was active on Broadway as an actor, producer and playwright from 1905-32 (see "Other Works"). He died in Beverly Hills, CA at age 81 in 1952.