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Maxine Brown (I) (1897–1956)

Maxine Brown was born on April 12, 1897 in Denver, Colorado, USA. She was an actress, known for Cartoons on Tour (1915), The Breaks of the Game (1915) and The Dumb Wooing (1915). She was married to George H. Maines and Clarence Willard. She died on December 27, 1956 in Alameda, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Cartoons on Tour
Cartoons on Tour Lucille Higgins
The Breaks of the Game
The Breaks of the Game The Girl Reporter
The Dumb Wooing
The Dumb Wooing Phyllis Boggs
The Newly Rich
The Newly Rich The Daughter


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 1916 The City of Illusion
Agnes - Eva's sister
 1915 The Silent Tongue (Short)
 1915 Cartoons on the Beach (Short)
 1915 Clothes Make the Man (Short)
 1915 Cartoons on Tour (Short)
Lucille Higgins
 1915 It May Be You (Short)
Jinks's Stenographer
 1915 The Breaks of the Game (Short)
The Girl Reporter
 1915 Through Turbulent Waters
A Maid
 1915 A Sport of Circumstances (Short)
 1915 The Test (Short)
 1915 The Dumb Wooing (Short)
Phyllis Boggs
 1915 The Boston Tea Party (Short)
 1915 The Newly Rich (Short)
The Daughter
 1914 Captain Swift
Mabel Seabrook
 1914 A Hasty Exit (Short)
 1914 Such a Business (Short)
 1914 The Busy Man (Short)
 1914 Handle with Care (Short)
 1914 At Bay for a Day (Short)
The Stenographer
 1914 I Should Worry (Short)
 1914 Collecting the Rent (Short)
 1914 He Who Laughs Last (Short)
One of the Girls (as Miss Brown)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Moonlight. Musical comedy. Music by Con Conrad. Book by William LeBaron. Lyrics by William B. Friedlander. Musical Director: Hilding Anderson. Choreographed by Larry Ceballos. Directed by William B. Friedlander. Longacre Theatre: 30 Jan 1924- 28 Jun 1924 (174 performances). Produced by L. Lawrence Weber. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Maxine V. Brown | Miss Brown

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