Edythe Chapman

Highest Rated: 100% Beyond the Rocks (1922)
Lowest Rated: 69% The King of Kings (1927)
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A stage actress of long standing, Edythe Chapman entered films in 1915. Nearly always cast in matriarchal roles, Chapman became a favorite of director Cecil B. De Mille. She was afforded generous screen time in such De Mille productions as The Little American (1917), The Whispering Chorus (1918), Saturday Night (1922), and Manslaughter (1923). She is best remembered for her portrayal of Bible-thumping Ma MacTavish in De Mille's The Ten Commandments (1923), which featured Chapman's husband James Neill as Moses' brother Aaron in the flashback sequences. Edythe Chapman retired from films after the death of her husband in 1931.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Synthetic Sin Actor 2014
No Score Yet Manslaughter Adeline Bennett 2000
No Score Yet Up the River Mrs. Jordan 1930
No Score Yet Navy Blues Mrs. Brown 1930
No Score Yet The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg(Old Heidelberg)(The Student Prince) Student 1928
No Score Yet Shepherd of the Hills Actor 1928
No Score Yet Count of Ten Mother 1928
69% The King of Kings Actor 1927
83% The Ten Commandments Martha 1923
100% Beyond the Rocks Lady Bracondale 1922
No Score Yet Saturday Night Mrs. Prentiss 1922
No Score Yet A Tale of Two Worlds Mrs. Newcombe 1921
No Score Yet The Whispering Chorus John Trimble's Mother 1918
No Score Yet A Modern Musketeer Mrs. Thacker 1917
No Score Yet The Little American Actor 1917
No Score Yet The Golden Chance Mrs. Hillary 1915


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