Mary Alden

Mary Maguire Alden (June 18, 1883 – July 2, 1946) was an American motion picture and stage actress.wikipedia
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The Birth of a Nation

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Her most popular role in movies came in The Birth of a Nation directed by D.W. Griffith in 1915.

Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery

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Alden was interred at the Pierce Brothers Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery in North Hollywood, California.

Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital

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Alden died at the Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California in 1946.

Miriam Cooper

The following year she was in Griffith's Intolerance with Mae Marsh, Miriam Cooper, and Vera Lewis.
Cooper was already tired of being separated from Walsh and after consulting with Mary Alden, decided she didn't understand what the book was about and didn't want to make a picture out of it.

Intolerance (film)

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The following year she was in Griffith's Intolerance with Mae Marsh, Miriam Cooper, and Vera Lewis.

Ladies of the Mob

A sampling of movies in which she had roles are The Plastic Age (1925), The Joy Girl (1927), Ladies of the Mob (1928), and Port of Dreams (1929).
This gangster-themed romantic thriller about a criminal's daughter who tries to reform a petty crook whom she loves featured Clara Bow, Richard Arlen, Mary Alden and Helen Lynch.

The Joy Girl

A sampling of movies in which she had roles are The Plastic Age (1925), The Joy Girl (1927), Ladies of the Mob (1928), and Port of Dreams (1929).

Hell-to-Pay Austin

Hell-to-Pay Austin (also known, without hyphens, as Hell to Pay Austin) is a 1916 American silent comedy-drama film directed by Paul Powell and starring Wilfred Lucas in the title role, with Bessie Love, Eugene Pallette, and Mary Alden in supporting roles.

The Battle of the Sexes (1914 film)

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Erstwhile Susan

This film version stars Mary Alden and Constance Binney, then an up-and-coming young actress.

The Plastic Age (film)

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A sampling of movies in which she had roles are The Plastic Age (1925), The Joy Girl (1927), Ladies of the Mob (1928), and Port of Dreams (1929).

The Broken Butterfly

The Broken Butterfly is a 1919 American silent drama film directed by Maurice Tourneur and starring Lew Cody, Mary Alden and Pauline Starke.

Parted Curtains

The film stars Henry B. Walthall, Mary Alden, William Clifford, Edward Cecil, Margaret Landis, and Mickey Moore.

The Tents of Allah

The Tents of Allah is a 1923 American silent drama film directed by Charles A. Logue and starring Monte Blue, Mary Alden and Frank Currier.

Honest Hutch

The film stars Will Rogers, Mary Alden, Priscilla Bonner, Tully Marshall, Nick Cogley and Byron Munson.

The Eagle's Feather

The Eagle's Feather is a 1923 American silent romantic-western film directed by Edward Sloman and starring James Kirkwood and Mary Alden.