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Julia Dean (I) (1878–1952)

Julia Dean was born on May 12, 1878 in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. She was an actress, known for The Curse of the Cat People (1944), The Emperor Waltz (1948) and Judge Not; or The Woman of Mona Diggings (1915). She was married to Orme Caldara. She died on October 17, 1952 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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The Curse of the Cat People
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The Emperor Waltz
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Ruling Passions
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 1952 You for Me
Aunt Clara Chadwick (uncredited)
 1952 At Sword's Point
Madame D'Artagnan (uncredited)
 1951 Elopement
Mrs. Simpson (uncredited)
 1951 People Will Talk
Old Lady (uncredited)
 1950 Girls' School
Emily Matthews
 1949 Easy Living
Mrs. Belle Ryan
 1947 Nightmare Alley
Addie Peabody (uncredited)
 1947 Magic Town
Mrs. Wilton
 1947 Out of the Blue
Miss Ritchie
 1946 O.S.S.
Madame Prideaux
 1946 Do You Love Me
Mrs. Allen (uncredited)
 1944 Experiment Perilous
 1944 The Curse of the Cat People
Mrs. Julia Farren
 1919 An Honorable Cad (Short)
 1919 A Society Exile
Lady Doris Furnival
 1918 Ruling Passions
Eveline Roland
 1917 Rasputin, the Black Monk
Mme. Vasta, Lady in waiting
 1916 The Ransom
Janet Osborne
 1915 Matrimony (Short)
Diana Rossmore
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Noted stage actress, who began her career as a vaudeville sketch artist. On Broadway from 1902, she proved a fairly versatile performer in anything from comedy to melodrama. However, her career went into decline by the mid-1910's and she reinvented herself as a film character actress after retiring to California. See more »

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