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Adda Gleason

Lowest Rated:   97% Out of the Past (1947)
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A minor leading lady of the 1910s, blonde Adda Gleason played the title role in a 1915 version of the popular Native California melodrama Ramona and was a steel mill secretary innocently involved with anarchists in Fanatics (1917). That same year, she starred in perhaps her most noteworthy film, The Spirit of '76, a Revolutionary War melodrama undoubtedly inspired by Archibald McNeil Willard's famous painting. The film, in which Gleason portrayed Catherine Montour, the king of England's mistress (plotting to become "Queen of America"), was produced by Robert Goldstein, the owner of a costume company, who later served an injurious 3 years in prison for producing what was considered anti-British propaganda. The notoriety didn't do Gleason much good either and she was reduced to supporting roles in the 1920s. After the changeover to sound, Gleason worked as a dress extra and bit player until at least 1951.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Rhubarb
  • Maid
1951
97% Out of the Past
  • Mrs. Miller
1947
No Score Yet One Million B.C.
  • Shell People
1940
No Score Yet She Married Her Boss
  • Woman
1935
100% The Bitter Tea of General Yen
  • Mrs. Bowman
1933

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