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Kitty Gordon (1878–1974)

Kitty Gordon was born on April 22, 1878 in Folkestone, Kent, England as Constance Blades. She was an actress, known for Forget-Me-Not (1917), Mandarin's Gold (1919) and The Scar (1919). She was married to Ralph Ranlet (third), Captain Henry W.W.H. Beresford, Maxwell James, Michael Levenson and Jack Wilson. She died on May 26, 1974 in Brentwood, ... See full bio »

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Forget-Me-Not Stefanie Paoli
Mandarin's Gold
Mandarin's Gold Betty Cardon
The Scar
The Scar Cora
Adele Adele Bleneau


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 1919 Playthings of Passion
Helen Rowland
 1919 The Scar
 1919 The Unveiling Hand
Margaret Ellis
 1919 Mandarin's Gold
Betty Cardon
 1919 Adele
Adele Bleneau
 1918 Merely Players
Nadine Trent
 1918 Tinsel
Princess Sylvia Carzoni
 1918 The Interloper
Jane Cameron
 1918 Stolen Orders
Felicia Gaveston
 1918 The Purple Lily
Marie Burguet
 1918 The Wasp
Grace Culver
 1918 The Divine Sacrifice
Madeline Spencer
 1917 Diamonds and Pearls
Violetta D'Arcy
 1917 National Red Cross Pageant
Bruges - Flemish episode
 1917 Her Hour
Rita Castle
 1917 Beloved Adventuress
Juliette La Monde
 1917 Forget-Me-Not
Stefanie Paoli
 1917 Vera, the Medium
 1916 The Crucial Test
 1916 Her Maternal Right
Nina Seabury
 1916 As in a Looking Glass
Lila Despard
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