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Gladys McConnell

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The daughter of poverty-row producer Fred McConnell, pensive-looking American silent-screen actress Gladys McConnell is best remembered -- if remembered at all -- for two comedies starring baby-ish Harry Langdon. Langdon was, at the time, a close competitor to Chaplin, Lloyd and Keaton, and his films were prestigious. McConnell, however, was merely cast as a foil for Harry's infantile antics, playing "The Girl" in Three's a Crowd (1927) and Langdon's somewhat disagreeable wife in The Chaser (1928). She married publicist Arthur Hagerman in 1930 and left the screen.

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MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Chaser
  • Wife
1928
No Score Yet Three's a Crowd
  • The Girl
1927
No Score Yet The Devil Horse
  • Marion Morrow
1926

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