Seena Owen

Seena Owen (November 14, 1894 – August 15, 1966) was an American silent film actress.wikipedia
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George Walsh

The same year she married George Walsh whom she had met on the set of Intolerance.
While a cast member he met his first wife, the beautiful actress Seena Owen.

Victory (1919 film)

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A regular player for the rest of the silent era, Owen appeared in films such as Maurice Tourneur's Victory in 1919 where she was photographed to great effect by Tourneur's cameraman, Rene Guissart.
Victory is a surviving 1919 American drama film directed by Maurice Tourneur and starring Jack Holt, Seena Owen, Lon Chaney, and Wallace Beery.

Queen Kelly

She co-starred with Gloria Swanson and Walter Byron in the ill-fated Queen Kelly (1928), as the mad Queen who whips Swanson in one scene.
The film was directed by Erich von Stroheim, starred Gloria Swanson, in the title role, Walter Byron as her lover, and Seena Owen.

Gloria Swanson

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She co-starred with Gloria Swanson and Walter Byron in the ill-fated Queen Kelly (1928), as the mad Queen who whips Swanson in one scene.
Produced in 1928–29, the film starred Swanson in the title role, with Walter Byron and Seena Owen.

Lillie Hayward

The former was written in part with her sister, Lillie Hayward, a successful Hollywood screenwriter.
She was also remembered for the films Her Husband's Secretary and Aloma of the South Seas, the latter written in part with the help of her sister, actress and screenwriter Seena Owen.

The Penitentes

The Penitentes (1915)
The Penitentes is a lost 1915 silent film drama directed by Jack Conway and starring Orrin Johnson and Seena Owen.

Intolerance (film)

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In 1916 she performed in D. W. Griffith's Intolerance.
Seena Owen as The Princess Beloved, favorite of Belshazzar

Branding Broadway

Branding Broadway (1918)
He falls in love with a restaurant owner (played by Seena Owen) who has compromising letters from the young man Sands is charged with protecting.

The Sheriff's Son

The Sheriff's Son (1919)
The film stars Charles Ray, Seena Owen, J. P. Lockney, Charles K. French, Otto Hoffman, and Lamar Johnstone.

The Gift Supreme

The Gift Supreme (1920)
The Gift Supreme is a 1920 American silent drama film starring Bernard Durning, Seena Owen, and Tully Marshall The film was written and directed by Ollie Sellers and based on the 1916 novel of the same name by George Allan England.

The Lamb (1915 film)

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The Lamb (1915)
Seena Owen – Mary

Back Pay (1922 film)

Back Pay
Back Pay (1922) (Extant; Library of Congress)
It is based on a short story of the same name by Fannie Hurst, and stars Seena Owen.

The Flame of the Yukon (1926 film)

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The Flame of the Yukon (1926)
The Flame of the Yukon (1926) is a silent Northwoods adventure-drama film starring Seena Owen and directed by George Melford.

The Woman God Changed

The Woman God Changed (1921) (*extant; Library of Congress)
The film stars Seena Owen, E.K. Lincoln, Henry Sedley, Lillian Walker, H. Cooper Cliffe and Paul Nicholson.

Rainbow Island (1944 film)

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After her retirement, she worked on a number of films in the 1930s/40s as a screenwriter including two starring Dorothy Lamour: Aloma of the South Seas (1941) and Rainbow Island (1944).

The Highbinders

The Highbinders (1915)
Seena Owen as Ah Woo (as Signe Auen)

Shipwrecked (1926 film)

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Shipwrecked (1926)
Shipwrecked is a 1926 silent feature film adventure romance directed by Joseph Henabery and starring Seena Owen.

1919 in film

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Riders of Vengeance (1919)
Victory, directed by Maurice Tourneur, starring Lon Chaney, Seena Owen, Wallace Beery, Jack Holt

Breed of Men

Breed of Men (1919)
The film stars William S. Hart, Seena Owen, Bert Sprotte and Buster Irving.

Little Marie

Little Marie (1915)
Seena Owen as Bianca Pastorelli (as Signe Auen)

The Face in the Fog

The Face in the Fog (1922) (*extant; Library of Congress)
Seena Owen - Grand Duchess Tatiana

Aloma of the South Seas (1941 film)

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After her retirement, she worked on a number of films in the 1930s/40s as a screenwriter including two starring Dorothy Lamour: Aloma of the South Seas (1941) and Rainbow Island (1944).

The Hunted Woman

The Hunted Woman (1925)
The Hunted Woman is a 1925 American silent drama film directed by Jack Conway and starring Seena Owen, Earl Schenck and Victor McLaglen.

An Image of the Past

An Image of the Past (1915)
Seena Owen as Jessie Dexter