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Josie Sadler (1871–1927)

Josie Sadler was born in 1871 in New York City, New York, USA. She was an actress, known for Josie's Declaration of Independence (1914), The Coming of Gretchen (1913) and Josie's Coney Island Nightmare (1914). She died on June 22, 1927 in Harrison, New York. See full bio »


(age 56) in Harrison, New York, USA

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 1918 The House of Glass
 1915 What Happened to Jones
 1914 Bunny Backslides (Short)
Violet Small
 1914 Josie's Legacy (Short)
 1914 Josie's Coney Island Nightmare (Short)
 1914 Romantic Josie (Short)
 1914 The Arrival of Josie (Short)
 1914 Mr. Bingle's Melodrama (Short)
Pearl Panhard, a Soubrette
 1914 Our Fairy Play (Short)
Mrs. Wilson
 1914 The Maid from Sweden (Short)
Luna - the Maid from Sweden
 1914 Wanted, a House (Short)
Mrs. Citiman
 1914 The Adventure of the Rival Undertakers (Short)
John's Wife
 1914 Setting the Style (Short)
Mrs. Finnegan
 1914 The Hall-Room Rivals (Short)
The Widow Tyrrel
 1914 The Sacrifice of Kathleen (Short)
Mrs. Weathersby - the Landlady
 1914 Doctor Polly (Short)
 1914 Diana's Dress Reform (Short)
Mrs. Herve
 1913 The Honorable Algernon (Short)
Mrs. Potter
 1913 Betty in the Lions' Den (Short)
Mrs. Kate Long
 1913 Flaming Hearts (Short)
Madeline Winters - Jonathan's Admirer
 1913 Matrimonial Manoeuvres (Short)
Aunt Julia Black
 1913 John Tobin's Sweetheart (Short)
 1913 When Glasses Are Not Glasses (Short)
The Widow Bryan
 1913 The Feudists (Short)
First Wife, Mrs. Smith
 1913 Song Bird of the North (Short)
 1913 The Coming of Gretchen (Short)
 1913 The Forgotten Latchkey (Short)
 1913 The Midget's Revenge (Short)
 1913 Omens and Oracles (Short)

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Stage Play: Peggy from Paris. Musical comedy. Book by George Ade. Lyrics by George Ade. Music by William Lorraine. Scenic Design by Walter Burridge and Edward La Moss. Directed by George F. Marion. Wallack's Theatre: 10 Sep 1903- 21 Nov 1903 (85 performances). Cast: Dan Baker (as "Walt Quackenbush/M. Hommard"), Guelma L. Baker (as "Lutie ... See more »

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