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Elsie Tarron

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American silent-screen starlet Elsie Tarron began her professional career as a Mack Sennett Bathing Beauty. An appearance as a temperamental actress in Mabel Normand's hilarious The Extra Girl (1923) led to starring roles opposite lower-echelon cowboys such as Tom Tyler and Edmund Cobb, and she was aviator Al Wilson's leading lady in the popular Sky-High Saunders (1927). Like most low-budget leading ladies of the 1920s, Tarron's career didn't survive the changeover to sound. She was the wife of slapstick comic and Western sidekick Andy Clyde.

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RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Extra Girl
  • The Actress
1923

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