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Madeline Hurlock (1897–1989)

Sophisticated, dark-haired star of silent screen comedy. Of English and Italian ancestry, Madeline was educated in Philadelphia and first appeared on stage with the Little Theatre. Moving on to New York, she acted and danced in musical comedy at the Century Roof Garden and made her Broadway debut in the ensemble cast of 'The Rose of China' in 1919... See full bio »

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Known For

Don Juan's 3 Nights Louise Villate
Scarem Much Violet Ray


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 1928 Love at First Flight (Short)
Nita Nutti
 1928 The Beach Club (Short)
Mrs. Kronk
 1927 Love in a Police Station (Short)
Mazie Marlboro
 1927 The Bull Fighter (Short)
 1927 For Sale, a Bungalow (Short)
 1927 The College Kiddo (Short)
Vivien Burton - the College Vamp
 1927 Cured in the Excitement (Short)
Mrs. Strong
 1927 Catalina, Here I Come (Short)
Wanda - the Waitress
 1927 A Small Town Princess (Short)
Mary Brown
 1927 Duck Soup (Short)
Lady Tarbotham
 1927 The Jolly Jilter (Short)
Myrtle Murdock
 1927 Peaches and Plumbers (Short)
Vera Van Dorn
 1926 Flirty Four-Flushers (Short)
Aggie Horton / Muriel Marlboro
 1926 A Harem Knight (Short)
Princess Manda
 1926 Masked Mamas (Short)
The Vamp in the Cafe
 1926 A Prodigal Bridegroom (Short)
Gertie Gray
 1926 Don Juan's 3 Nights
Louise Villate
 1926 When a Man's a Prince (Short)
Madeline - Lady-in-Waiting
 1926 A Sea Dog's Tale (Short)
Princess Vanilla
 1926 Ice Cold Cocos (Short)
Mlle. Snowflake
 1926 Circus Today (Short)
Madame Stella
 1926 Trimmed in Gold (Short)
Nina Hart
 1926 Whispering Whiskers (Short)
Madame Murino - Clairvoyant
 1925 From Rags to Britches (Short)
Adeline McClusky Benedict
 1925 Over Thereabouts (Short)
Gloria Mooney
 1925 Butter Fingers (Short)
Daisy Bender
 1925 Sneezing Beezers (Short)
Princess Victoria
 1925 The Lion's Whiskers (Short)
Victoria Brunswick
 1925 The Marriage Circus (Short)
Madeline McClusky - Rodney's Fiancée
 1925 Giddap! (Short)
Madeline Hurlock
 1925 The Raspberry Romance (Short)
Mrs. Mallet
 1925 Water Wagons (Short)
Dolly Barr
 1924 Bull and Sand (Short)
Crown Princess Adelina McCluskeo
 1924 The Cannon Ball Express (Short)
Adeline McClusky - Stock's Assistant
 1924 The Hansom Cabman (Short)
The Vamp
 1924 Wandering Waistlines (Short)
Mrs. Bacardi
 1924 The Luck o' the Foolish (Short)
Adeline McClusky - the Flirt
 1924 Three Foolish Weeks (Short)
Queen of Anchovia
 1924 The First 100 Years (Short)
His Second Cook
 1924 His New Mamma (Short)
The Farmer Boy's New Mamma
 1924 The Cat's Meow (Short)
The Butler's Wife
 1924 The Hollywood Kid (Short)
Madeline Hurlock
 1924 Scarem Much (Short)
Violet Ray
 1924 Smile Please (Short)
A Lonely Wife
 1924 The Half-Back of Notre Dame (Short)
Alma Matter
 1924 One Spooky Night (Short)
The City Vamp
 1923 Inbad the Sailor (Short)
Adeline McClusky
 1923 The Dare-Devil (Short)
The Leading Lady
 1923 Asleep at the Switch (Short)
The Saleslady
 1923 Pitfalls of a Big City (Short)
The Vamp
 1923 Where's My Wandering Boy This Evening? (Short)
Adeline - the Vamp
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Personal Details

Other Works:

The Rose of China (1919). Musical comedy. Music by Armand Vecsey. Material adaption by Guy Bolton. Lyrics by P.G. Wodehouse. Based on a play by Samuel Shipman. Featuring songs with lyrics by Oscar Shaw. Musical Direction by Frank Tours. Directed by Robert Milton and Julian Mitchell. Lyric Theatre: 25 Nov 1919- 7 Jan 1920 (47 ... See more »

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Robert E. Sherwood  (his death) | See more »

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Personal Quote:

Madeline Hurlock divorced Marc Connelly in order to marry Robert E. Sherwood, prompting her ex-husband to comment: "Madeline [is] the only person I know who married two Pulitzer Prize playwrights." See more »


Was one of thirteen Wampas Baby Stars of 1925.


Dark haired vamp

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