Helene Chadwick

Helene Chadwick

Highest Rated: 100% A Star Is Born (1937)

Lowest Rated: 100% A Star Is Born (1937)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Not Available

A tallish (5'7") blonde leading lady of the 1920s, Helene Chadwick had taken her professional name from the town in upstate New York where she was born. In films from 1917 after a brief stint on the legitimate stage, Sam Goldwyn cast her as the heroine in such melodramas as Heartsease (1919) and The Cup of Fury (1920) and she also filmed for Paramount and Fox. She earned some notoriety for marrying and divorcing upcoming director William Wellman but although the trade-paper Harrison's Reports applauded her "fine acting" in an early talkie, Father and Son (1929), Chadwick was relegated to bits and walk-ons thereafter. Her early death was ascribed to injuries from a fall.

Highest Rated Movies



100% A Star Is Born Woman at Preview 1937
100% San Francisco Earthquake Extra 1936
No Score Yet Frisco Kid Actor 1935
No Score Yet Mississippi Extras at Opening 1935
No Score Yet School for Girls Larson 1935
No Score Yet Brothers Under the Skin Millie Craddock 1922
100% Sin Flood Poppy 1922
No Score Yet Dangerous Curve Ahead Phoebe Mabee 1921


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