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Elinor Field

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Raised in Los Angeles, blond Elinor Field entered films straight out of high school when the Strand company teamed her with Harry Depp in a series of mildly popular domestic comedies. They replaced Billie Rhodes and Jay Belasco, but Mutual, who released the Strand comedies, went under in 1918 and Field was cast adrift. She was the nominal ingénue lead in a couple of potboilers, including Hearts and Masks (1921) with future director Lloyd Bacon and Don Quickshot of the Rio Grande (1924), a Universal oater with burly Jack Hoxie; then she retired. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

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