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Elinor Field (1902–1998)

Elinor Field was born on January 4, 1902 in Plymouth, Pennsylvania, USA as Eleanor Field. She was an actress and writer, known for The Jungle Goddess (1922), Hearts and Masks (1921) and Once to Every Woman (1920). She died on February 24, 1998 in Chestertown, Maryland, USA. See full bio »

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The Jungle Goddess Betty Castleton / Jungle Goddess
Hearts and Masks Alice Gaynor
Once to Every Woman Virginia Meredith
The Blue Moon Wild Rose


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 1934 Jealousy
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1929 Pink Pajamas (Short)
 1928 The Bargain Hunt (Short)
Salesgirl (uncredited)
 1924 Maud Muller (Short)
 1924 The Bull Tosser (Short)
 1923 The Red Warning
Louise Ainslee
 1923 Western Skies (Short)
 1923 Stolen Gold (Short)
Lucy Burton
 1923 The Payroll Thief (Short)
Marjorie King
 1923 Blinky
Priscilla Islip
 1923 Don Quickshot of the Rio Grande
Tulip Hellier
 1923 Single Handed
Ruth Randolph
 1923 When Kane Met Abel (Short)
Dolores Brewster
 1923 The Chickasha Bone Crusher (Short)
Dolores Brewster
 1922 He Raised Kane (Short)
Dolores Brewster
 1922 Young King Cole (Short)
Dolores Brewster
 1922 The Purple Riders
Betty Marsh
 1922 The Jungle Goddess
Betty Castleton / Jungle Goddess
 1922 Little Eva Ascends
Mattie Moore (as Eleanor Fields)
 1921 Hearts and Masks
Alice Gaynor
 1920 The Blue Moon
Wild Rose
 1920 Girls Don't Gamble
Madge Rathbone
 1920 The Kentucky Colonel
Luzelle Hineman
 1920 Once to Every Woman
Virginia Meredith
 1920 Petticoats and Pants (Short)
 1919 Winning Him Back (Short)
 1919 'Twas Henry's Fault (Short)
 1919 Hearts and Hats (Short)
 1919 For Love of Betty (Short)
 1919 Three in a Row (Short)
 1919 Nobody's Baby (Short)
 1919 His Scarlet Past (Short)
 1919 The Wig-Wag System (Short)
 1919 Their Baby (Short)
 1919 Almost a Hero (Short)
 1919 Merely Marrying Mary (Short)
 1919 Easy Payments (Short)
 1919 Some Mother (Short)
 1919 Accidental Heroes (Short)
 1918 They Did and They Didn't (Short)
 1918 Beans for Two (Short)
 1918 Dan Cupid: M.D. (Short)
 1918 Are Brunettes False? (Short)
 1918 Just Home Maid (Short)
 1918 The Tale of a Hat (Short)
 1918 Keep Smiling (Short)
 1918 Cupid in Quarantine (Short)
 1918 Her Friend, the Enemy (Short)
 1918 Winnie's Wild Wedding (Short)
 1918 What Will Father Say? (Short)
 1918/II War Gardens (Short)
 1918 Some Romeo (Short)
 1918 Petticoats (Short)
 1918 A Regular Patsy (Short)
 1918 Love and a Gold Brick (Short)
 1918 By Orange Aid (Short)
 1918 Taking the Count (Short)
 1918/I In and Out (Short)
 1918 Those Athletic Girls (Short)
Boarding School Girl (uncredited)
 1918 It Pays to Exercise (Short)
Patient with Toothache / Gym Girl
 1918 The Kitchen Lady (Short)
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1917 That Night (Short)
One of the Girls (uncredited)
 1917 Are Waitresses Safe? (Short)
Party Girl (uncredited)
 1917 The Pullman Bride (Short)
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1917 Roping Her Romeo (Short)
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1917 Their Love Lesson (Short)
 1917 A Bedroom Blunder (Short)
Bathing Girl (uncredited)
 1917 Half and Half (Short)
The Young Wife (as Eleanor Field)
 1917 His Foothill Folly (Short)
The Dance Hall Girl (as Eleanor Field)
 1917 His Cool Nerve (Short)
 1917 His Fatal Move (Short)
Extravagant Wife (as Eleanor Field)
 1917 His Thankless Job (Short)
Wife (as Eleanor Field)
 1917 A Dog Catcher's Love (Short)
 1917 His Speedy Finish (Short)
Bride (as Eleanor Field)
 1917 A Finished Product (Short)
 1917 Her Candy Kid (Short)
 1917 A Film Exposure (Short)
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Alternate Names:

Eleanor Field | Eleanor Fields

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Blond silent screen comedienne in early Triangle-Keystone and Mutual 'Strand' comedies. Began acting straight out of high school.

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