Natalie Talmadge (1896–1969)

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Natalie Talmadge was the middle daughter of the original "stage mother", Margaret Talmadge (Peg). Her two sisters, Constance Talmadge (the comedienne) and Norma Talmadge (the tragedian) were also in the movies, and had their own production companies, bankrolled by Norma's husband in the 1920s, Joseph M. Schenck. Natalie married Buster Keaton in ... See full bio »

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Passion Flower Milagros
Our Hospitality Virginia Canfield
The Love Expert Dorcas Winthrop
The Isle of Conquest Janis Harmon


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 1923 Our Hospitality
Virginia Canfield
 1921 Passion Flower
 1921 The Haunted House (Short)
Fainting Female Bank Customer (uncredited)
 1920 Yes or No
Emma Martin
 1920 The Love Expert
Dorcas Winthrop
 1919 The Isle of Conquest
Janis Harmon
 1917 A Country Hero (Short)
Bit Part (uncredited)
 1917 His Wedding Night (Short)
Pretty lady in the car (uncredited)
 1916 Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages
Favorite of the Harem (uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (1 credit)
 1918 Out West (Short) (story)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 1924 Screen Snapshots, Series 5, No. 1 (Documentary short)
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 1939 Screen Snapshots Series 18, No. 12 (Documentary short)
 1919 The Fall of Babylon
Favorite of the Harem (uncredited)

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According to an article about movie star siblings in the January, 1923 issue of "Pictures and Picturegoer" magazine (UK), she wanted to be a writer, not a movie star. But her family pestered her into focusing on an acting career instead of writing. See more »



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