Barbara La Marr

Portrait Barbara La MarrActress, Author - USA
Born July 28, 1896 in Yakima, WA, US
Died January 30, 1926 in Altadena, CA, US

Mini-Biography:
Barbara La Marr was born on July 28, 1896 in Yakima, WA, US. She was an American Actress, Author, known for The nut (1921), The Three Musketeers (1921), Harriet and the Piper (1920), Barbara La Marr's first movie on record is from 1920. Barbara La Marr died on January 30, 1926 in Altadena, CA, US. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1926.
Biographical Notes in German: Schauspielerin des amerikanischen Stummfilms, eine der schillerndsten Figuren des Hollywood-Starkinos der Zwanziger Jahre.

Barbara La Marr Filmography [Auszug]
1926: [01.31] The Girl from Montmartre (Spanish Sunlight (Working title)) (Cast: Emilia), Directed by Alfred E. Green, with Lewis Stone, Robert Ellis,
1925: [06.07] The White Monkey (Cast: Fleur Forsyte), Directed by Phil Rosen, with Thomas Holding, Henry Victor,
1925: [03.15] Heart of a Siren (Cast: Isabella Echevaria), Directed by Phil Rosen, with Conway Tearle, Harry T. Morey,
1924: [09.00] Sandra (Cast: Sandra Waring), Directed by Arthur H. Sawyer, with Bert Lytell, Leila Hyams,
1924: [] My Husband's Wives (Based on ), Directed by Maurice Elvey, with Shirley Mason, Bryant Washburn, Evelyn Brent,
1924: [05.11] The White Moth (Cast: The White Moth), Directed by Maurice Tourneur, with Conway Tearle, Charles De Rochefort,
1924: [03.31] The shooting of Dan McGrew (Cast: Lady Known as Lou), Directed by Clarence G. Badger, with Lew Cody, Mae Busch,
1924: [02.04] Thy Name Is Woman (Cast: Guerina), Directed by Fred Niblo, with Ramon Novarro, William V. Mong,
1923: [12.17] The Eternal City (Cast: Donna Roma Valonna ), Directed by George Fitzmaurice, with Bert Lytell, Lionel Barrymore,
1923: [09.10] Strangers of the Night (Cast: Anna Valeska), Directed by Fred Niblo, with Matt Moore, Enid Bennett,
1923: [10.08] The Eternal Struggle (Cast: Camille Lenoir), Directed by Reginald Barker, with Renée Adorée, Earle Williams,
1923: [09.30] St. Elmo (Cast: Agnes Hunt), Directed by Jerome Storm, with John Gilbert, Bessie Love,
1923: [05.27] Mary of the Movies (Cast: Cameo), Directed by John McDermott, with Marion Mack, Florence Lee, ,
1923: [03.27] Souls for Sale (Cast: Leva Lemaire), Directed by Rupert Hughes, with Eleanor Boardman, Mae Busch,
1923: [01.28] Poor Men's Wives (Cast: Laura Bedford / Laura Maberne), Directed by Louis J. Gasnier, with David Butler, Betty Francisco,
1923: [01.02] The Brass Bottle (Cast: The Queen), Directed by Maurice Tourneur, with Harry Myers, Ernest Torrence, Tully Marshall,
1922: [01/01] The Hero (Cast: Hester Lane), Directed by Louis J. Gasnier, with Gaston Glass, John St. Polis,
1922: [12.04] Quincy Adams Sawyer (Cast: Lindy Putnam), Directed by Clarence G. Badger, with John Bowers, Blanche Sweet, Lon Chaney,
1922: [11.27] Quincy Adams Sewyer (Cast: Lindy Putnam), Directed by Clarence G. Badger, with John Bowers, Blanche Sweet, Lon Chaney,
1922: [10.02] Trifling Women (Black Orchids) (Cast: Jacqueline de Séverac / Zareda), Directed by Rex Ingram, with Ramon Novarro, Pomeroy Doc Cannon,
1922: [07.31] The Prisoner of Zenda (Cast: Antoinette de Mauban), Directed by Rex Ingram, with Lewis Stone, Alice Terry, Robert Edeson,
1922: [06.04] Domestic Relations (Cast: Mrs. Martin), Directed by Chester Withey, with Katherine MacDonald, William P. Carleton, Frank Leigh,
1922: [] Arabian Love (Cast: Themar), Directed by Jerome Storm, with John Gilbert, Barbara Bedford,
1921: [10.23] Cinderella of the Hills (Cast: Kate Gradley), Directed by Howard M. Mitchell, with Barbara Bedford, Carl Miller, ,
1921: [08.28] The Three Musketeers (Cast: Milady de Winter), Directed by Fred Niblo, with Douglas Fairbanks, Leon Barry, George Siegmann,
1921: [] Desperate Trails (Christmas Eve at Pilot Butte (Working title)) (Cast: Lady Lou), Directed by John Ford, with Harry Carey, Irene Rich, George E. Stone,
1921: [03.06] The nut (Cast: Claudine Dupree), Directed by Theodore Reed, with Douglas Fairbanks, Marguerite de la Motte, William Lowery,
1920: [12.05] Flame of youth (Based on ), Directed by Howard M. Mitchell, with Shirley Mason, Raymond McKee, Philo McCullough,
1920: [12.00] The Land of Jazz (Based on : AKA Barbara La Marr Deely), Directed by Jules Furthman, with Eileen Percy, Ruth Stonehouse, Herbert Heyes,
1920: [10.31] The Little grey mouse (Based on ), Directed by James P. Hogan, with Louise Lovely, Sam de Grasse, Rosemary Theby,
1920: [09.13] Harriet and the Piper (Cast: AKA Barbara Deely)), Directed by Bertram Bracken, with Anita Stewart, Ward Crane, Myrtle Stedman,
1920: [08.00] Rose of Nome (Based on : AKA Barbara La Marr Deely), Directed by Edward LeSaint, with Gladys Brockwell, William Scott, Herbert Prior,
1920: [04.00] The Mother of his Children (Based on : AKA Barbara La Marr Deely), Directed by Edward LeSaint, with Gladys Brockwell, William Scott, Frank Leigh,

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