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Lillian Tucker (1887–1972)

Lillian Tucker was born on September 21, 1887 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. She was an actress, known for The Mummy and the Humming Bird (1915), The Marriage Pit (1920) and Evidence (1915). She was married to Charles H. Duell. She died on March 1, 1972 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Marriage Pit
The Marriage Pit Elinor Rossiter
Evidence Lady Una Wimbourne
The Light That Failed


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 1921 The Cave Girl
Elsie Case
 1920 The Marriage Pit
Elinor Rossiter
 1916 The Scarlet Runner
Mrs. Dauray
 1916 The Red Widow (Short)
Mrs. Butts
 1915 The Mummy and the Humming Bird
Lady Lumley
 1915 Evidence
Lady Una Wimbourne

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Nobody Home (1915). Book by Guy Bolton and Paul Rubens. Music by Jerome Kern. Based on the libretto for the English musical "Mr. Popple of Ippleton" by Joseph W. Herbert. Additional music by C.W. Murphy, Dan Lipton, Otto Motzan, Ford Dabney and James Reese Europe. Additional lyrics by Schuyler Greene, Herbert Reynolds, Lawrence... See more »

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Stage and screen actress of Norwegian ancestry. On Broadway from 1908, in World Films silent features from 1915.

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