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Jean Paige (I) (1895–1990)

Jean Paige was born on July 3, 1895 in Paris, Illinois, USA as Lucile Beatrice O'Hair. She was an actress, known for Captain Blood (1924), Black Beauty (1921) and Beating the Odds (1919). She was married to Albert E. Smith. She died on December 15, 1990 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Captain Blood Arabella Bishop
Black Beauty Jessie Gordon
Beating the Odds Rosalie Rogers
The Prodigal Judge Betty Malroy


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 1924 Captain Blood
Arabella Bishop
 1922 The Prodigal Judge
Betty Malroy
 1921/I Black Beauty
Jessie Gordon
 1920 Hidden Dangers
Madeline Stanton
 1920 The Fortune Hunter
Betty Graham
 1920 The Birth of a Soul
Dorothy Barlow
 1919 The Darkest Hour
Justine Bouvier
 1919 Daring Hearts
 1919 Too Many Crooks
Charlotte Browning
 1919 Beating the Odds
Rosalie Rogers
 1918 Hoarded Assets
 1918 The King of Diamonds
 1918 Tangled Lives
Lola Maynard
 1918 The Count and the Wedding Guest (Short)
Mary Conway
 1918 Find the Woman
 1918 The Golden Goal
Laura Brooks
 1918 The Desired Woman
Dolly Drake
 1918 Schools and Schools (Short)
 1917 The Skylight Room
Miss Elsie Leeson
 1917 Blind Man's Holiday
Norah Greenway
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Brunette silent screen leading lady with Vitagraph, in films from 1917 to 1924. She had a strictly religious upbringing and was trained for acting at the Kings School of Oratory, Elocution and Dramatic Culture in Pittsburgh. Her chief claim to fame was less her acting (indeed, she was considered rather un-dynamic), than her high profile marriage to the co-founder and then-president of Vitagraph, ... See more »

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