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Barbara Tennant

Highest Rated:   69% The King of Kings (1927)
Lowest Rated:   69% The King of Kings (1927)
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An enigmatic silent screen leading lady, Barbara Tennant's publicity claimed that she was a survivor of the Titanic disaster. From the London stages, Tennant made her screen debut for the New Jersey-based Eclair company (whose previous leading lady, Dorothy Gibson, had indeed survived the Titanic disaster) but became a star with World, where she and her director/leading man O.A.C. Lund, known as "Director Alphabet," collaborated on such successful feature films as the historical melodrama When Broadway Was a Trail (1914) in which she was accused of witchcraft and Marked Woman (1914) where her purity is threatened by a lecherous Chinese warlord. Tennant's association with director Lund, whom she may have married, lasted until 1916 and included an early version of Bret Harte's M'Liss (1915). She remained in films through the 1920s, but mostly in supporting roles.

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Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Robin Hood
  • Actor
2012
69% The King of Kings
  • Actor
1927
No Score Yet Hidden Aces
  • Actor
1927
No Score Yet The Street of Tears
  • Actor
1924
No Score Yet The Love Gambler
  • Kate
1922
No Score Yet Poisoned Paradise (Poisoned Paradise: The Forbidden Story of Monte Carlo)
  • Actor

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