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Virginia True Boardman (1889–1971)

Virginia True Boardman was born on May 23, 1889 in Fort Davis, Texas, USA as Virginia Eames. She was an actress, known for The Fugitive Sheriff (1936), The Road to Ruin (1934) and A Blind Bargain (1922). She was married to True Boardman. She died on June 10, 1971 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Fugitive Sheriff Mrs. Roberts
The Road to Ruin Martha Dixon
A Blind Bargain Mrs. Sandell
The Barefoot Boy Mrs. Blake


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 1936 Brand of the Outlaws
Mrs. Matlock, Verna's Mother
 1936 The Fugitive Sheriff
Mrs. Roberts
 1936 The Crime Patrol
Mrs. Kay Neal
 1936 Woman Trap
Mrs. Emerson (uncredited)
 1935 Choose Your Partners (Short)
 1935 Knockout Drops (Short)
Mrs. Rogers
 1934 Whom the Gods Destroy
Housekeeper (uncredited)
 1934 The Road to Ruin
Martha Dixon
 1934 Managed Money (Short)
Mrs. Vanderpool
 1934 Pardon My Pups (Short)
Mrs. Rogers
 1933 The Big Chance
Mrs. Wilson (uncredited)
 1933 One Year Later
Molly's Mother (uncredited)
 1932 Sister to Judas
Mrs. Helen Ross
 1932 The Penal Code
Mrs. Sarah Palmer
 1932 The Trial of Vivienne Ware
Timid Juror (uncredited)
 1931 Scareheads
 1931 The One Way Trail
Mrs. Jenkins (uncredited)
 1929 The Lady Lies
Amelia Tuttle
 1927 Speedy Smith
Widow Lucian
 1927 Down the Stretch
Mrs. Kruger
 1925 The Home Maker
Mrs. Prouty
 1925 The Red Rider
Polly Fleming
 1924 The Tomboy
Mrs. Smith
 1924 A Girl of the Limberlost
Margaret Sinton (as Virginia Boardman)
 1923 The Mailman
Mrs. Morley
 1923 Pioneer Trails
Mrs. Salter
 1923 The Gunfighter
Marjorie Camp
 1923 The Barefoot Boy
Mrs. Blake
 1923 The Town Scandal
Mrs. Sprowl (as Virginia Boardman)
 1923 Three Jumps Ahead
Mrs. Darrell
 1922 The Third Alarm
Mother McDowell
 1922 A Blind Bargain
Mrs. Sandell
 1922/I The Village Blacksmith
Mrs. John Hammond
 1922 Penrod
 1922 Where's My Wandering Boy Tonight?
Martha Beecher
 1919 The House of Intrigue
Nurse Ledwidge (as Virginia Boardman)
 1919 The Railroader
Letty Conover (as Virginia Eames)
 1915 Broncho Billy's Sentence (Short)
Woman in Cabin (as Virginia Ames)
 1914 Sophie's Fatal Wedding (Short) (as Virginia Eames)
 1914 Snakeville's Most Popular Lady (Short)
Tuscan Annie (as Virginia Eames)
 1914 A Hot Time in Snakeville (Short)
Minnie (as Virginia Eames)
 1913 Two Western Paths (Short)
La Tunita - the Dancer (as Virginia Eames)
 1913 The Sheriff's Wife (Short)
Sewani (as Virginia Eames)
 1913 Old Gorman's Gal (Short)
Dorothy Gorman (as Virginia Eames)
 1913 The Miner's Request (Short)
Leonie Davis (as Virginia Eames)
 1912 The Boss of the Katy Mine (Short)
Mrs. Benson - the Foreman's Wife
 1912 The Mother of the Ranch (Short)
The Shorter Daughter (as Virginia Eames)
 1912 The Tomboy on Bar Z (Short)
Letty King (as Virginia Eames)
 1911 The Warrant (Short)
Little Nell (as Virginia Eames)
 1911 Two Lives (Short) (as Virginia Eames)
 1911 The New Editor (Short) (as Virginia Eames)
 1911 The Mission Worker (Short)
The Maid (as Virginia Eames)
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Also the "King of the Jungle" (1929) and "Baby Burlesque" (1934) serials. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Virginia Ames | Virginia Boardman | Virginia Eames

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Appeared on stage as Virginia Eames. See more »

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