Flora Finch

Highest Rated: 100% Way Out West (1937)
Lowest Rated: 92% The Women (1939)
Birthday: Invalid date
Birthplace: Not Available
British actress Flora Finch left the theater behind when she entered the infant American film industry in 1909. While at the Vitagraph Studios in Brooklyn, Finch was teamed with porcine star comedian John Bunny in a series of extremely popular domestic farces. Finch and John were among the first film actors to be identified by name on the screen, and as a result the audience demanded more and more "Bunnyfinches". When John Bunny died suddenly in 1915, Finch's career was finished, though she didn't know it at the time. She set up her own production company to produce short comedies, which were distinguished only by their vulgarity and lack of genuine humor. By the 1920s, Finch was playing minor roles in the feature films of others. Flora Finch hung on in the business as a bit player and extra until her death in 1940; her last role of any consequence was the fleeting part of "Maw", the bearded miner's wife, in Laurel and Hardy's Way Out West (1937).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Oh Boy! Actor 2014
No Score Yet Those Awful Hats Actor 2011
92% The Women Woman Window Tapper 1939
100% Way Out West Maw 1937
No Score Yet Postal Inspector Mrs. Armbrister 1936
100% San Francisco Earthquake Extra 1936
100% Show Boat Woman 1936
No Score Yet The Scarlet Letter Faith Bartle, the Gossip (uncredited) 1934
No Score Yet Sweet Kitty Bellairs Gossip 1930
93% The Cat and the Canary Susan Sillsby 1927
No Score Yet Quality Street Mary Willoughby 1927
No Score Yet The Midnight Girl Landlady 1925
No Score Yet Monsieur Beaucaire Duchesse de Montmorency 1924
92% Orphans of the Storm A Starving Peasant 1921
No Score Yet Lessons in Love Agatha Calthorpe 1921
No Score Yet Her Crowning Glory Actor 1911
No Score Yet Bunny Backslides Actor


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