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Emma Bell Clifton (1874–1922)

Emma Bell Clifton was born on November 1, 1874 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA as Emma Bell. She was a writer and actress, known for The Little Diplomat (1919), The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1922) and The Smart Sex (1921). She was married to Wallace Clifton. She died on August 3, 1922 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1923 The Wolves of the Waterfront (Short) (scenario)
 1923 The Yellow Handkerchief (Short) (scenario)
 1923 Dangerous Waters (Short) (scenario)
 1922 The Siege of the Lancashire Queen (Short) (scenario)
 1922 The Law of the Sea (Short) (scenario)
 1922 Pirates of the Deep (Short) (scenario)
 1922 The Channel Raiders (Short) (scenario)
 1922 White and Yellow (Short) (scenario)
 1921 The Smart Sex (story)
 1919 The Little Diplomat (screenplay) / (story)
 1918 Conquered Hearts (scenario)
 1917 More Truth Than Poetry (scenario)
 1917 The Undying Flame (story - as Emma Bell)
 1916 Out of the Mist (Short) (as Emma Bell)
 1916 The Uncut Diamond (Short) (story - as Emma Bell)
 1915 The Lost Messenger (Short) (story - as Emma Bell)
 1915 In the Midst of African Wilds (Short) (story - as Emma Bell)
 1915 The Tiger Slayer (Short) (scenario - as Emma Bell)
 1915 The Orang-Outang (Short) (scenario - as Emma Bell)
 1915 The Taking of Mustang Pete (Short) (as Emma Bell)
 1915/II The Quest (Short) (scenario - as Emma Bell)
 1915 The Heart of Paro (Short) (scenario - as Emma Bell)
 1915 Lives of the Jungle (Short) (scenario - as Emma Bell)
 1915 The Tiger Cub (Short) (story - as Emma Bell)
 1915 In the Amazon Jungle (Short) (story - as Emma Bell)
 1915 The Jaguar Trap (Short) (story - as Emma Bell)
 1915 The Lion's Mate (Short) (story - as Emma Bell)
 1915 The Conversion of Smiling Tom (Short) (scenario - as Emma Bell)
 1915 The Jungle Stockade (Short) (story - as Emma Bell)
 1915 A Night in the Jungle (Short) (story - as Emma Bell)
 1913 In the Midst of the Jungle (Short) (story - as Emma Bell)
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Alternate Names:

Emma Bell | Emma Clifton | Miss Clifton | Mrs. Elmer Clifton | Mrs. Clifton

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Plumpish silent screen comedienne, best known for appearing opposite Charlie Chaplin in Keystone's 'Between Showers' (1914).

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