Lillian Rich

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Birthday: Jan 1, 1900
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Dark-haired silent-screen actress Lillian Rich was plucked from Jack Hoxie Westerns to star as the man-eating, social-climbing Flora in Cecil B. DeMille's extravagant The Golden Bed (1925). She played her femme fatale in a blond wig and the New York Times thought she looked "extraordinarily beautiful." Rich did several pseudo-DeMille melodramas -- usually lolling about on tiger skins -- but her only other notable performance came as H. B. Warner's leading lady in the railroad melodrama Whispering Smith (1926). Rich ended her screen career playing society matrons in two-reel comedies of the early 1930s.



No Score Yet Dr. Kildare's Crisis Nurse 1940
No Score Yet Lucky Night Secretary 1939
No Score Yet Arsene Lupin Returns Telephone Operator 1938
No Score Yet She Married Her Boss Telephone Operator 1935
No Score Yet Riptide Girl 1934
No Score Yet Mark of the Spur Actor 1932
No Score Yet Grief Street Pamela Gregory 1931
No Score Yet Golden Bed Flora Lee Peake 1925
No Score Yet Braveheart Dorothy Nelson 1925


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