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Helen Flint (I) (1898–1967)

Helen Flint was born on January 14, 1898 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. She was an actress, known for Black Legion (1937), Fury (1936) and Midnight (1934). She died on September 9, 1967 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Black Legion
Black Legion Pearl Danvers
(1937)
Fury
Fury Franchette
(1936)
Midnight
Midnight Ethel Saxton
(1934)

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 1944 Gaslight
Franchette (uncredited)
 1942 Time to Kill
Marge (uncredited)
 1937 Married Before Breakfast
Miss Fleeter
 1937 Step Lively, Jeeves!
Babe
 1937 Sea Devils
Sadie Bennett
 1937 Black Legion
Pearl Danvers
 1936 Give Me Your Heart
Dr. Florence Cudahy
 1936 A Son Comes Home
Belle (uncredited)
 1936 Early to Bed
Mrs. Duvall
 1936 Fury
Franchette
 1936 Riffraff
Sadie
 1935 Doubting Thomas
Nelly Fell
 1935 While the Patient Slept
Isobel Federie
 1935 Devil Dogs of the Air
Mrs. Brown (scenes deleted)
 1934 Broadway Bill
Mrs. Henry Early (uncredited)
 1934 Handy Andy
Mrs. Beauregard
 1934 Manhattan Love Song
Carol Stewart
 1934 The Ninth Guest
Sylvia Inglesby
 1931 The Clyde Mystery (Short)
Ann Clyde
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Other Works:

Stage Play: The Demi-Virgin. Farce. Written by Avery Hopwood. Directed by Charles Mather and Bertram Harrison. Times Square Theatre: 18 Oct 1921- Jun 1922 (closing date unknown/268 performances). Cast: Glenn Anders (as "Wally Dean"), Sascha Beaumont, Marjorie Clements, Peggy Coudray, Helen Cunningham, Hazel Dawn, Kenneth Douglas, Constance... See more »

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Character actress of the 1930's, who specialised in ladies of the night, notably in "Ah, Wilderness!" and "The Black Legion". Died after being hit by a car in 1967.

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