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Violet Palmer (1900–1993)

Violet Palmer was born on September 7, 1900 in Flint, Michigan, USA as Iva Violet Cameron. She was an actress, known for Ginger (1919), Tangled Trails (1921) and The Slave (1917). She was married to Richard Travers. She died on August 4, 1993 in Oroville, Butte County, California, USA. See full bio »

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Ginger Ginger Carson
Tangled Trails
Tangled Trails Milly Kingston
The Slave
The Slave Dulce
Rough and Ready
Rough and Ready Evelyn Durant


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 1928 The Movie Man (Short)
The Actress
 1928 Figures Do Lie (Short)
Etta Egg
 1927 Night Life
Beer Garden Waitress
 1927 The Bush Leaguer
 1927 Dearie
Sylvia's maid
 1927 The Eyes of the Totem
Stella Haynes
 1926 The Jade Cup
 1926 The Fighting Boob
Helen Hawksby
 1924 Borrowed Husbands
Constance Stanley
 1924 My Man
Jessie Peters
 1923/I Finger Prints
 1921/I Tangled Trails
Milly Kingston
 1921 Devotion
Marian Wayne
 1919 Eve in Exile
Mrs. Nina Carey
 1919 Ginger
Ginger Carson
 1918 Her Man
Dawn Havey
 1918 Neighbors
Ruth Leigh
 1918 Rough and Ready
Evelyn Durant
 1918 Life or Honor?
Peggy Harmon
 1917 The Love That Lives
Dora Palmer
 1917/I The Slave
 1917 The Blue Streak
The Fledgeling

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After Violet Palmer retired from films in 1927, she sometime later became a secretary with an insurance company for 15 years.

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