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Marguerite Clark (1883–1940)


In the 1910s, waifs and child-women like Mary Pickford, Lillian Gish and Mary Miles Minter were dominant forces at America's box offices. Audiences welcomed Marguerite Clark into this group, especially those who preferred her dark brown hair and large brown eyes to the blonde-haired, blue-eyed looks of Pickford, Gish and Minter. She was tiny (... See full bio »

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 1920 Easy to Get
Molly Morehouse
 1919 A Girl Named Mary
Mary Healey
 1919 Widow by Proxy
Gloria Grey
 1919 Girls
Pamela Gordon
 1919 Let's Elope
Eloise Farrington
 1918 Little Miss Hoover
Ann Craddock
 1918 The Biggest and the Littlest Lady in the World (Short)
The Little Lady
 1918 Out of a Clear Sky
Countess Celeste de Bersek et Krymm
 1918 Prunella
Prunella
 1918 Rich Man, Poor Man
Betty Wynne
 1917 The Amazons
Lord Tommy
 1917 The Fortunes of Fifi
Fifi
 1916 Miss George Washington
Bernice Somers
 1916 Little Lady Eileen
Eileen Kavanaugh
 1916 Silks and Satins
Felicite
 1916 Out of the Drifts
Elise
 1916 Mice and Men
Peggy
 1915 Helene of the North
Helene Dearing
 1915 The Seven Sisters
Mici
 1915 Gretna Green
Dolly Erskine
 1914/I The Crucible
Jean
 1914/I Wildflower
Letty Roberts
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Are You a Crook? Comedy. Written by William J. Hurlbut and Frances Whitehouse. Longacre Theatre: 1 May 1913- May 1913 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Marguerite Clark (as "Amy Herrick"), Marion Ballou, Harry Barefoot, Scott Cooper, George Fawcett, Joseph Kilgour, Malcolm Lang, Elizabeth Nelson, Elita Proctor Otis,... See more »

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Alternate Names:

Marguerite Clarke

Height:

4' 10" (1.47 m)
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Following her marriage to Harry Palmerson-Williams, he forbade her kissing any of her leading men. See more »

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