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Florence Lawrence in After All (1912)Florence Lawrence and Owen Moore in The Mill Buyers (1912)Florence Lawrence in The Players (1912)Florence Lawrence and Owen Moore in In Swift Waters (1912)Arthur V. Johnson and Florence Lawrence in Art Versus Music (1911)Arthur V. Johnson, Florence Lawrence, and Albert McGovern in A Girlish Impulse (1911)Charles Brandt and Florence Lawrence in His Chorus Girl Wife (1911)Florence Lawrence in His Chorus Girl Wife (1911)Arthur V. Johnson and Florence Lawrence in Aunt Jane's Legacy (1911)Arthur V. Johnson and Florence Lawrence in Aunt Jane's Legacy (1911)Arthur V. Johnson and Florence Lawrence in A Rural Conqueror (1911)Arthur V. Johnson and Florence Lawrence in The Slavey's Affinity (1911)Arthur V. Johnson and Florence Lawrence in The Life Saver (1911)Florence Lawrence and Julia Stuart in A Rebellious Blossom (1911)Arthur V. Johnson and Florence Lawrence in Through Jealous Eyes (1911)Arthur V. Johnson, Florence Lawrence, and Julia Stuart in Through Jealous Eyes (1911)Florence Lawrence in Through Jealous Eyes (1911)Arthur V. Johnson and Florence Lawrence in The Gypsy (1911)Arthur V. Johnson and Florence Lawrence in The Snare of Society (1911)Arthur V. Johnson and Florence Lawrence in The Little Rebel (1911)Arthur V. Johnson, Florence Lawrence, Harry Myers, and Edna Payne in Higgenses Versus Judsons (1911)Arthur V. Johnson and Florence Lawrence in A Head for Business (1911)Arthur V. Johnson and Florence Lawrence in A Rural Conqueror (1911)Florence Lawrence, Howard M. Mitchell, and Harry Myers in His Bogus Uncle (1911)Florence LawrenceFlorence LawrenceFlorence LawrenceFlorence Lawrence and Owen Moore in Was Mabel Cured? (1912)Florence Lawrence in Lest We Forget (1909)Florence Lawrence
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Biography

Florence Lawrence was the first film player whose name was used to promote her films and the studio (Independent Moving Pictures Company [IMP]) for which she worked. Before her, actors and actresses worked anonymously, partly out of fear that stage managers would refuse to hire them if they were found to be working in films and partly because ... See full bio »
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