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Jacqueline Logan (III) (1901–1983)


Beautiful auburn-haired, green-eyed leading lady of the silent screen, a "hand-picked" (by the great Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. himself) Ziegfeld Follies girl of 1920. "Jackie" was the daughter of architect Charles A. Logan and the Boston Conservatory opera singer and music teacher Marion Logan. She had a bit of a musical background, singing and ... See full bio »

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(age 81) in Melbourne, Florida, USA

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Known For

The King of Kings Mary Magdalene
(1927)
A Blind Bargain Angela Marshall
(1922)
The Light That Failed Bessie Broke
(1923)
Out of the Storm Mary Lawrence
(1926)

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 1931 Shadows
Fay Melville
 1930 The Middle Watch
Mary Carlton
 1930 Symphony in Two Flats
Leslie Fullerton (US version)
 1930 Sombras habaneras
English Version
 1929 General Crack
Countess Carola
 1929 Show of Shows
Performer in 'The Pirate' & 'Bicycle Built for Two' Numbers
 1929 The King of the Kongo
Diana Martin
 1929 The Bachelor Girl
Joyce
 1929 Stark Mad
Irene
 1929 The Faker
Rita Martin
 1928 The River Woman
The Duchess
 1928 Ships of the Night
Johanna Hearne
 1928 Nothing to Wear
Jackie Standish
 1928 The Look Out Girl
Dixie Evans
 1928 Power
Lorraine LaRue
 1928 Stocks and Blondes
Patsy
 1928 The Cop
Mary Monks
 1928 Una nueva y gloriosa nación
Monica Salazar
 1928 Broadway Daddies
Eve Delmar
 1928 Midnight Madness
Norma Forbes
 1928 The Leopard Lady
Paula
 1927 The Wise Wife
Jenny Lou
 1927 For Ladies Only
Ruth Barton
 1927 The Blood Ship
Mary Swope Newman
 1927 The King of Kings
Mary Magdalene
 1927 One Hour of Love
'Jerry' McKay
 1926 Footloose Widows
Marian
 1926 Tony Runs Wild
Grace Percival
 1926 Out of the Storm
Mary Lawrence
 1926 White Mice
Inez Rojas
 1926 The Outsider
Leontine Sturdee
 1925 Wages for Wives
Nell Bailey
 1925 When the Door Opened
Teresa de Fontenac
 1925 Peacock Feathers
Mimi Le Brun
 1925 Thank You
Diane Lee
 1925 If Marriage Fails
Nadia
 1925 Playing with Souls
Bricotte
 1925 The Sky Raider
Lucille Ward
 1925 A Man Must Live
'Mops' Collins
 1924 Manhattan
Mary Malone
 1924 The House of Youth
Corinna Endicott
 1924 Dynamite Smith
Kitty Gray
 1924 Code of the Sea
Jenny Hayden
 1924 Flaming Barriers
Jerry Malone
 1923 The Light That Failed
Bessie Broke
 1923 Salomy Jane
Salomy Janee
 1923 Hollywood
Jacqueline Logan
 1923 Sixty Cents an Hour
Mamie Smith
 1923 Mr. Billings Spends His Dime
Suzanna Juárez
 1923 Java Head
Nettie Vollar
 1922 A Blind Bargain
Angela Marshall
 1922 Ebb Tide
Tehura
 1922 Saved by Radio
Mary Stafford
 1922 Burning Sands
Lizette
 1922 A Tailor-Made Man
Corinne Stanlaw
 1922 Gay and Devilish
Lilah Deane
 1922 The WAMPAS Baby Stars of 1922 (Short)
Jacqueline
 1921 Fool's Paradise
Girda
 1921 Molly O'
Miriam Manchesteer
 1921 The Fighting Lover
Helen Leigh
 1921 White and Unmarried
Andrée Duphot
 1921 A Perfect Crime
Mary Oliver
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Appeared (as "Grace Martin") in "Two Strange Women" on Broadway. Written by Edwin Self. Directed by Egon Brecher [final Broadway credit]. Little Theatre: 10 Jan 1933-Jan 1933 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Seth Arnold, Maude Durand, Douglas Gilmore, John Griggs, Lida MacMillan, John Daly Murphy, Houston Richards.... See more »

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Height:

5' 4½" (1.64 m)
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Trivia:

WAMPAS Baby Star of 1922. See more »

Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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