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Maxine Elliott (1874–1940)

Quit acting career during World War I, to outfit & staff a barge as a floating hospital, to nurse wounded soldiers in France. Boyfriends as a young actress included Baseball Hall of Famer John Montgomery Ward & heavyweight champ/actor Gentleman James J. Corbett. Elliott was named as co-respondent in Ward's divorce from famed actress Helen Dauvray.... See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1919 The Eternal Magdalene
The Eternal Magdalene
 1917 Fighting Odds
Mrs. Copley
 1913 When the West Was Young (Short)
Tom Bowles' Daughter
 1913 A Doll for the Baby (Short)
The Child
 1913 Slim Driscoll, Samaritan (Short)
The Manners Child
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 1983 Unknown Chaplin (TV Mini-Series documentary)
In Out-Takes
- Hidden Treasure (1983) ... In Out-Takes
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Personal Details

Other Works:

"Joseph And His Brethren," written and directed by Louis N. Parker (as Louis Napoleon Parker); with Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree; George Relph, Maxine Elliott, Philip Merivale, Cynthia Brooke, Jessie Winter, Henry Vibart, Owen Roughwood, and Roy Byford in the cast; on the West End at His Majesty's Theatre, London, England, UK. See more »

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Sister of screen actress Gertrude Elliot See more »

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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