Alice Terry

Alice Frances Taeffe (July 24, 1900 – December 22, 1987), known professionally as Alice Terry, was an American film actress and director.wikipedia
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The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (film)

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Alice wore the blonde wig again in her most acclaimed role as "Marguerite" in film The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1921), and kept the wig for any future roles.
The film stars Pomeroy Cannon, Josef Swickard, Bridgetta Clark, Rudolph Valentino, Wallace Beery, and Alice Terry.

Rex Ingram (director)

Rex Ingram
In 1925 her husband Rex Ingram co-directed Ben-Hur, filming parts of it in Italy. Rex Ingram also hired male stars that further outshone her in movies such as The Conquering Power (1921), The Prisoner of Zenda (1922) and others.
Their relationship ended when Ingram eloped with Alice Terry in 1921.

Baroud

In 1933, Terry made her last film appearance in Baroud, which she also co-directed with husband.
Baroud is a 1932 British-French adventure film directed by Rex Ingram and Alice Terry and starring Felipe Montes, Rosita Garcia, and Pierre Batcheff.

The Conquering Power

Rex Ingram also hired male stars that further outshone her in movies such as The Conquering Power (1921), The Prisoner of Zenda (1922) and others.
The Conquering Power (1921) is an American silent romantic drama directed by Rex Ingram and starring Rudolph Valentino, Alice Terry, and Ralph Lewis.

Ramon Novarro

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Terry worked with Ramón Novarro, a popular a film star from Mexico who drew in audiences as a "Latin lover", and became known as a sex symbol after the death of Rudolph Valentino. In the 1930s she went with Novarro, Barry Norton, and other homosexual actors to Hollywood nightspots to act as a cover, which received backlash in the magazine The Hollywood Reporter.
His friends, actor and director Rex Ingram and his wife, the actress Alice Terry, began to promote him as a rival to Rudolph Valentino, and Ingram suggested he change his name to "Novarro."

Any Woman

During this time period Alice worked on five movies, but her roles particularly in Any Woman (1925) and Sackcloth and Scarlet (1925), both by Paramount Pictures, proved that Alice was a legitimate star away from her husband.
The film stars Alice Terry, Donald Reed, Margarita Fischer, Lawson Butt, Aggie Herring, James Neill and Henry Kolker.

The Prisoner of Zenda (1922 film)

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Rex Ingram also hired male stars that further outshone her in movies such as The Conquering Power (1921), The Prisoner of Zenda (1922) and others.
Afterwards, he is driven to the palace in the company of the universally adored Princess Flavia (Alice Terry).

Sackcloth and Scarlet

During this time period Alice worked on five movies, but her roles particularly in Any Woman (1925) and Sackcloth and Scarlet (1925), both by Paramount Pictures, proved that Alice was a legitimate star away from her husband.
The film stars Alice Terry, Orville Caldwell, Dorothy Sebastian, Otto Matieson, Kathleen Kirkham, and John Miljan.

Vincennes, Indiana

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Born Alice Frances Taaffe in Vincennes, Indiana, she made her film debut in 1916 in Not My Sister, opposite Bessie Barriscale and William Desmond Taylor.
Alice Terry (1899–1987), actress and director, silent films; wife of director Rex Ingram

Turn to the Right

Turn To The Right is an extant 1922 American silent comedy drama film directed by Rex Ingram and starring Alice Terry.

The Arab (1924 film)

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The Arab (1924) is a silent film starring Ramon Novarro and Alice Terry, written and directed by Rex Ingram, based on a 1911 play by Edgar Selwyn.

Barry Norton

In the 1930s she went with Novarro, Barry Norton, and other homosexual actors to Hollywood nightspots to act as a cover, which received backlash in the magazine The Hollywood Reporter.
Other sources link him romantically with Dorothy Dare and Alice Terry.

Mare Nostrum (1926 film)

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It was the first production made in voluntary exile by Rex Ingram and starred his wife, Alice Terry.

Hearts Are Trumps (1920 American film)

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Hearts are Trumps is a 1920 American silent drama film directed by Rex Ingram and starring Winter Hall, Frank Brownlee and Alice Terry.

Scaramouche (1923 film)

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Scaramouche (1923) is a silent costume adventure based on the novel Scaramouche by Rafael Sabatini, directed by Rex Ingram, released by Metro Pictures, and starring Ramón Novarro, Alice Terry, Lewis Stone, and Lloyd Ingraham.

The Great Divide (1925 film)

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The film stars Alice Terry, Conway Tearle and Wallace Beery.

Where the Pavement Ends

Where the Pavement Ends is a 1923 American silent South Seas romance drama film directed by Rex Ingram on location in Cuba and starring his wife Alice Terry and Ramón Novarro as lovers.

The Magician (1926 film)

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It stars Alice Terry (the director's wife), Paul Wegener and Iván Petrovich.

Lovers (1927 film)

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It stars Ramon Novarro and Alice Terry.

The Valley of the Giants (1919 film)

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Alice Terry as Mrs. Cardigan (billed as Alice Taafe)

The Garden of Allah (1927 film)

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The film stars Ingram’s wife, actress Alice Terry and Iván Petrovich.

The Three Passions

The Three Passions is a 1928 British silent drama film directed by Rex Ingram and starring Alice Terry, Iván Petrovich and Shayle Gardner.