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Rita Jolivet (1890–1971)

Rita Jolivet was a silent film actress whose career spanned from 1914 when she made FATA MORGANA to 1926 when she filmed PHI-PHI. Afterwards, Rita dropped out of films. She made only 20 films in her brief career. See full bio »

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in Paris, France

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Known For

Theodora
Theodora Teodora Augusta
(1921)
Roger la Honte
Roger la Honte Julia de Noirville
(1922)
An International Marriage
An International Marriage Florence Brent
(1916)
One Law for Both
One Law for Both Elga Pulaski
(1917)

Filmography

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 1927 Phi-Phi
Madame Fidias
 1926 Le marchand de bonheur
Monique Meyren
 1924 Messalina
 1923 Le mariage de minuit
La danseuse Istar
 1917 National Red Cross Pageant
France - Final episode
 1917 One Law for Both
Elga Pulaski
 1916 An International Marriage
Florence Brent
 1916 Monna Vanna (unconfirmed)
 1916/I Love's Sacrifice
 1916 The Honor to Die (Short)
Countess Joanna
 1916 Il circo della morte
Pierrette (US release only)
 1916 Zvani
 1915 Cuore ed arte
 1915 The Unafraid (Short)
Delight Warren
 1914 Fata Morgana (Short)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Mrs. Boltay's Daughters. Written by Marion Fairfax. Comedy Theatre: 23 Oct 1915- Nov 1915 (closing date unknown/17 performances). Cast: France Bendsten, Annie Hughes, G. Harrison Hunter, Rita Jolivet [final Broadway role], Merle Maddern, Beatrice Miller, Cyril Raymond [Broadway debut], Antoinette Walker, Adelyn Wesley, Forrest ... See more »

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Trivia:

Sailed on and survived the last voyage of the Lusitania when the ship was torpedoed off Ireland's Old Head of Kinsale on 7 May 1915. See more »

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