Georgia Hale (I) (1900–1985)


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Georgia Theodora Hale was born on June 27, 1900 in St. Joseph, Missouri. Her parents were George Washington Hale and Laura Imbrie, and her two older sisters were Eugenia and Helen. Soon, her family moved to Illinois. In 1922, she won a beauty contest in Chicago and despite strong disapproval from her father, she used the award money to go to New ... See full bio »

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The Gold Rush Georgia
(1925)
The Great Gatsby Myrtle Wilson
(1926)
Gypsy of the North Alice Culhane
(1928)
(1927)

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 1931 The Lightning Warrior
Dianne La Farge
 1928 The Floating College
Frances Bixby
 1928 Gypsy of the North
Alice Culhane
 1928 A Trick of Hearts
Connie Meade
 1928 The Last Moment
Second Wife
 1928 The Rawhide Kid
Jessica Silverberg
 1928 A Woman Against the World
Carol Hill
 1927 Hills of Peril
Ellen
 1926 Man of the Forest
Nancy Raynor
 1926 The Great Gatsby
Myrtle Wilson
 1926 The Rainmaker
Nell Wendell
 1925 The Gold Rush
Georgia
 1925 The Salvation Hunters
The Girl
 1925 His Marriage Wow (Short)
Bridesmaid (unconfirmed, uncredited)
 1924 For Sale
Dancer (uncredited)
 1924 No More Women
Marjorie (uncredited)
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Other Works:

Book, with Heather Kiernan: "Charles Chaplin: Intimate Close-Up," 1995. See more »

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Although her film career was over, Charles Chaplin hired Georgia briefly late into the lengthy shooting of City Lights (1931) to replace Virginia Cherrill (who had asked to leave early before shooting the crucial final scene for a hair appointment). A few scenes were shot before Chaplin came to his senses, realizing that using her would require scrapping most of the footage shot over the past 500... See more »

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