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Gladys Hanson (1883–1973)

Gladys Hanson was born on September 5, 1883 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA as Gladys Snook. She is known for her work on The Straight Road (1914), The Havoc (1916) and The Evangelist (1916). She was married to Charles E. Cooke. She died on February 23, 1973 in Atlanta. See full bio »

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 1928 Walls Tell Tales (Short)
 1917 National Red Cross Pageant
Liberty - Final episode
 1916 The Havoc
Kate Craig
 1916 The Evangelist
Christabel Nuneham
 1915 The Primrose Path
Joan Templeton
 1915 The Climbers
Blanche Sterling
 1914 The Straight Road
Mary 'Moll' O'Hara
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 1960 The Big Night (assistant to producer)

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Stage Play: The Ware Case. Written by George Pleydell Bancroft [credited as George Pleydell]. Directed by Bertram Harrison. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 30 Nov 1915 - Jan 1916 (closing date unknown/47 performances). Cast: Robert Ayrton, Albert Bruning, Harry Chessman, Charles Derickson, Corliss Giles, John Halliday, Maude Hanaford, Gladys ... See more »

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Character actress of the stage and in silent films with Famous Players, Universal and Essanay. On Broadway with the Charles Frohman Company from 1907.

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