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Ouida Bergère (1886–1974)

Diminutive red-headed actress, playwright and screenwriter. Her marriage to star actor Basil Rathbone was one of the most enduring in show business, lasting from 1926 until his death in 1967. The Rathbones were legendary in the 1930's for giving the most lavish Hollywood parties at their luxurious mansion in the Los Feliz Hills, replete with a 60-... See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1923 The Eternal City (writer)
 1923 Six Days (writer)
 1923 The Cheat (adaptation)
 1923 The Rustle of Silk (writer)
 1923 Bella Donna (writer)
 1922 Kick In (adaptation)
 1922 To Have and to Hold (adaptation)
 1922 Peacock Alley (story)
 1921 Forever (photoplay)
 1920 Idols of Clay (screenplay) / (story)
 1920 The Right to Love (scenario)
 1920 On with the Dance (scenario)
 1919 The Broken Melody (screenplay) / (story)
 1919 Counterfeit (writer)
 1919 The Witness for the Defense (scenario)
 1919 A Society Exile (scenario)
 1919 Our Better Selves (screenplay) / (story)
 1919 The Avalanche (writer)
 1919 The Profiteers (screenplay) / (story)
 1919 The Cry of the Weak (screenplay) / (story)
 1919 Common Clay (writer)
 1918 The Narrow Path (scenario)
 1918 A Japanese Nightingale (scenario)
 1918 More Trouble (writer)
 1918 The Hillcrest Mystery (scenario) / (screenplay) / (story)
 1917 The On-the-Square Girl (scenario)
 1917 Kick In (scenario)
 1916 The Romantic Journey (scenario)
 1916 Virtue Triumphant (Short) (scenario)
 1916 New York
 1915 Wasted Lives (Short) (story)
 1915 At Bay
 1915/II Saints and Sinners (Short)
 1915 The Esterbrook Case (Short) (scenario)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

The Stranger (1911). Melodrama (revival). Written by Charles T. Dazey. Bijou Theatre: 21 Dec 1911- Jan 1912 (closing date unknown/28 performances). Cast: Wilton Lackaye (as "John Marshall"), Ouida Bergère, Harriet Brent, Arthur "Pop" Byron, William Frederic, Henry Hall, Howard Hall, Frank Sheridan, Muriel Starr, Louis Thomas, ... See more »

Alternate Names:

Mrs. Basil Rathbone
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Trivia:

Scriptwriter who acted in a few films.

Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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