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Adeline De Walt Reynolds (1862–1961)

She survived the death of her husband in 1905, the San Francisco earthquake in 1906 and raising four children with no money. In 1926, when she was 64 she became one of the most mature freshman ever to enter the University of California. She graduated 6 years later with her B.A. degree. In 1940 she went to Hollywood, where she began her acting ... See full bio »

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Son of Dracula
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The Little Witch
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 1960 Playhouse 90 (TV Series)
Old Woman
- The Cruel Day (1960) ... Old Woman
 1959 Zane Grey Theater (TV Series)
- Hand on the Latch (1959) ... Grandmother
 1959 Peter Gunn (TV Series)
Flower Lady
- Death Is a Red Rose (1959) ... Flower Lady (as Adeline deWalt Reynolds)
 1956-1959 General Electric Theater (TV Series)
Mrs. Brack
- The Family Man (1959)
- Try to Remember (1956) ... Mrs. Brack
 1958 Shirley Temple's Storybook (TV Series)
Old Woman
- The Sleeping Beauty (1958) ... Old Woman
 1958 Have Gun - Will Travel (TV Series)
- Twenty-Four Hours at North Fork (1958) ... Baba (as Adeline de Walt Reynolds)
 1956 The Ten Commandments
Frail Old Lady (uncredited)
 1956 Passport to Danger (TV Series)
Madame Anna Semyanov
- Macao (1956) ... Madame Anna Semyanov
 1954 Witness to Murder
The Old Lady - Mental Patient (as Adeline de Walt Reynolds)
 1953 Your Favorite Story (TV Series)
- The Gambler (1953)
 1953 Three Lives (Short)
Mrs. Vadney
 1952 Pony Soldier
White Moon (as Adeline DeWalt Reynolds)
 1952 Lydia Bailey
Mme. Antoinette d'Autremont
 1951 Here Comes the Groom
Aunt Amy (uncredited)
 1951 The Bigelow Theatre (TV Series)
- My Heart's in the Highlands (1951) ... (as Adeline de Walt Reynolds)
 1950 Kim
Old Maharanee (uncredited)
 1950 Fireside Theatre (TV Series)
 1950 The Silver Theatre (TV Series)
- My Heart's in the Highlands (1950) ... (as Adeline de Walt Reynolds)
 1950 Stars in My Crown
Granny Gailbraith (uncredited)
 1949 The Sickle or the Cross
Mrs. Burnside
 1948 The Girl from Manhattan
Old woman
 1945 The Little Witch (Short)
Dona Lucia Castillo
 1945 Counter-Attack
Old Woman (uncredited)
 1945 The Corn Is Green
Old Woman Reading (uncredited)
 1945 A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
Mrs. Waters (uncredited)
 1944 Since You Went Away
Elderly Woman on Train (uncredited)
 1944 Going My Way
Mrs. Molly Fitzgibbon (uncredited)
 1943 Happy Land
Mrs. Schneider
 1943 Son of Dracula
Madame Zimba (as Adeline DeWalt Reynolds)
 1943 Behind the Rising Sun
 1943 The Human Comedy
Librarian (as Adeline DeWalt Reynolds)
 1942/I Iceland
Grandma (uncredited)
 1942 Tales of Manhattan
Elsa's Old Mother (Laughton sequence)
 1942 The Tuttles of Tahiti
Mama Ruau (as Adeline de Walt Reynolds)
 1941 Shadow of the Thin Man
Barrow's Landlady (uncredited)
 1941 Come Live with Me
Grandma (as Adeline de Walt Reynolds)

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Her husband, Frank Reynolds, was a juggler on the vaudeville circuit. See more »

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