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Mabel Poulton (1901–1994)

Mabel Poulton born in London in 1901. She began working as a Stenographer and entered film as an actress by chance, her first role in George Pearson's 'Nothing Else Matters' starring Betty Balfour at Welsh-Pearson studios in 1920 thereafter she starred in many silent film dramas often playing mischievous or feisty roles, perhaps best remembered in... See full bio »

Died:

(age 93) in London, England, UK

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Filmography

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 1943 Strange to Relate (Short)
 1938 Bed and Breakfast
The Maid
 1936 Terror on Tiptoe
Poppy
 1936 Crown v. Stevens
Mamie
 1931 Number, Please (Short)
Peggy
 1930 Children of Chance
Molly
 1930 Escape!
Girl of the Town
 1929 Taxi for Two
Molly
 1929 The Return of the Rat
Lisette
 1929 The Alley Cat
Polly
 1929 The Silent House
T'Mala
 1928 Troublesome Wives
Betty Paget
 1928 Palais de danse
No. 16
 1928 Not Quite a Lady
Ethel Borridge
 1928 Knights and Ladies (Short)
Lady
 1928 Virginia's Husband
Joyce
 1928 The Hellcat
Hetty
 1927 Osculation (Short)
Polly
 1927 The Glad Eye
Suzanne
 1927 A Daughter in Revolt
Aimee Scroope
 1926 The Ball of Fortune
Mary Wayne
 1924 Heart of an Actress
Helen Taylor
 1921 The God in the Garden
Stella
 1921 Mary-Find-the-Gold
Bessie Bryant
 1920 Nothing Else Matters
Doris Rose
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Height:

5' (1.52 m)
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Trivia:

Very successful in silent films, Mabel had a tough time adapting to the talkies due to her thick cockney accent, but still continued to appear occasionally on television until at least the 1960s.

Star Sign:

Leo

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