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Ruby Miller (I) (1889–1976)

Ruby Miller was born on July 14, 1889 in Brixton, London, England as Ruby Laura Rose Miller. She was an actress, known for In Another Girl's Shoes (1917), Anna Karenina (1948) and Little Women (1917). She was married to Max Darewski and 2nd Lieutenant Philip Edward Samson. She died on April 2, 1976 in Chichester, West Sussex, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Anna Karenina Countess Meskov
Little Women Jo March
Sorrell and Son Mrs. Palfrey


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 1948 Anna Karenina
Countess Meskov
 1945 Twilight Hour
Mother Superior (uncredited)
 1944 The Hundred Pound Window
Mrs. Remington
 1941 Facing the Music
Gloria Lynn
 1940 Law and Disorder
Mrs. Honeycombe
 1940 Shadowed Eyes
Mrs. Clarke-Fenwick
 1938 Coming of Age
Julia Knight
 1937 Double Exposures
Mrs. Rodman
 1936 Nothing Like Publicity
Sadie Sunshine
 1936 Crime Over London (uncredited)
 1935 Gay Old Dog
Mrs. Vernon
 1935 The Right Age to Marry
Mrs. Carlisle
 1935 Loves of a Dictator
Madame Hilda
 1933 Sorrell and Son
Mrs. Palfrey
 1928 The Infamous Lady
The Adventuress
 1927 Land of Hope and Glory
Myra Almazov
 1924 Alimony
Gloria Du Bois
 1921 The Mystery of Mr. Bernard Brown
Helen Thirwell
 1921 The Mystery Road
Vera Lypashi
 1919 Edge o' Beyond
Dinah Webberley
 1919 Gamblers All
Millicent Hope
 1917 Little Women
Jo March
 1917 In Another Girl's Shoes
Vera Vayne
 1916 Frills (Short)
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Other Works:

She acted in Walter Ellis's play, "A Little Bit of Fluff," at the Criterion Theatre in London, England with Ernest Thesiger, Marjorie Maxwell, George Desmond, Stanley Lethbury, Alfred Drayton, Violet Gould, and Lilian Talbot in the cast.

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Women have lost the power to excite romance and mystery See more »


Her second husband Max Darewski was a well-known pianist, composer, and conductor. See more »

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