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Edna Tichenor (1901–1965)

Edna's parents were newspaper man Ira C. Tichenor and his wife Hattie L. Craig, who were married in Illinois in 1882. The Tichenors moved that year to St. Paul, Minnesota, where Ira was the wire editor at a newspaper. Their first child died sometime before 1901. Their second child Edna was born in St. Paul on April 1, 1901. The Tichenors moved to ... See full bio »

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London After Midnight
London After Midnight Luna, Bat Girl
The Silent Accuser
The Silent Accuser The Painted Lady
Drifting Molly Norton
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 1928 West of Zanzibar
Dancing Girl in Zanzibar Club (uncredited)
 1927 London After Midnight
Luna, Bat Girl
 1927 The Show
Arachnida - the Human-Spider (uncredited)
 1926 Officer of the Day (Short)
The Vamp
 1926 The Gosh-Darn Mortgage (Short)
The Vamp
 1925 The Merry Widow
Dopey Marie (uncredited)
 1924 The Silent Accuser
The Painted Lady
 1924 One Night in Rome
Italian Maid
 1923 Maytime
Cleo (uncredited)
 1923 The Gold Diggers
Dolly Baxter
 1923 Drifting
Molly Norton
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 1934 Black Moon (stand-in: Dorothy Burgess - uncredited)
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 2002 London After Midnight (TV Movie)

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Alternate Names:

Edna Frances Tichenor Springer West | Frances West

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