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Gladys Hulette

Highest Rated:   78% The Iron Horse (1924)
Lowest Rated:   78% The Iron Horse (1924)
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A former child actress who had played Ivan opposite Alla Nazimova in the original Broadway production of A Doll's House, Gladys Hulette's two most prominent films came 12 years apart: Princess Nicotine (1909) and Tol'able David (1921). The former was a trick film highly inspired by French pioneer George Mèliés, the other Henry King's pastoral classic, in which Hulette played Richard Barthelmess' love interest. Very popular in the 1910s as a star for Vitagraph and Thanhouser, Tol'able David was something of a comeback for her but it didn't last. No longer in the bloom of youth, Hulette soon found herself playing supporting roles, often portraying hardened women. She was accepting bit parts and walk-ons by the advent of sound and in 1943 she was spotted as a box-office ticket seller at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet One Hour Late
  • Gertrude
1934
No Score Yet The Girl From Missouri (100 Per Cent Pure) (Born to Be Kissed)
  • Secretary
1934
No Score Yet Mystic
  • Doris Merrick
1925
No Score Yet The Family Secret
  • Actor
1924
78% The Iron Horse
  • Ruby
1924
No Score Yet Tol'able David
  • Esther Hatburn
1921
No Score Yet Princess Nicotine; or, The Smoke Fairy
  • The Elder Fairy
1909

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