Mrs. Burke-Smith's French Maid (uncredited)
Mrs. Frank Croxton
The Trapper's Sweetheart
Edith Norton, John's Wife
Helen Willoughby - Duro's Wife
Sue - the Mountaineer's Daughter
The Young Sailor's Sweetheart - the Wrecker's Daughter
Sweatshop Employee / Piano Store Employee
A Corner in Wheat
Banquet Invitee / Visitor to the Grain Elevator (uncredited)
Wrote (as "J. duRocher Macpherson") "A King of Nowhere" on Broadway. Directed by Jessie Bonstelle
and Lou Tellegen
. Maxine Elliott's Theatre (moved to The 39th Street Theatre from 27 Mar 1916 to close): 20 Mar 1916-unknown (58 performances). Cast: Robert Adams, Armsby Ayers, Harry Chessman, Roselle Cooley, Charles Derickson, ...
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[on her collaborator, Cecil B. DeMille
] It's been a privilege to work with a man of his integrity and acumen. I think he's a genius; I think any man would have to be a genius to have made so many hits and stayed at the top so long.