Alice Brady
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Alice Brady
*November 2, 1892 New York City, New York, USA
October 28, 1939 New York City, New York, USA

American actress who began her career in the silent film era and survived the transition into talkies.

Films

1939

Young Mr. Lincoln
Zenobia

1938

Joy of Living

1937

In Old Chicago
One Hundred Men and a Girl
Call It a Day
Merry Go Round of 1938

1936

Go West Young Man
My Man Godfrey
Three Smart Girls
Mind Your Own Business
The Harvester

1935

Gold Diggers of 1935
Let 'em Have It
Metropolitan
Lady Tubbs

1934

The Gay Divorcee
Miss Fane's Baby Is Stolen

1933

Should Ladies Behave
When Ladies Meet

1922

Anna Ascends

1921

Dawn of the East

1920

The New York Idea


Imdb: 0103567

VIAF: 71580873
Articles on Alice Brady

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Mon Ciné, nr. 62, 26-4-1923 1923


Articles with photographs of Alice Brady

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Picture Play Magazine, April 1923


Books with substantial mentioning of Alice Brady
DeWitt Bodeen
From Hollywood, The Careers of 15 Great American Stars
New York - London, 1976

Charles Donald Fox and Milton L. Silver (eds.)
Who's Who on the Screen
New York City, 1920
Books with an entry on Alice Brady
Denise Lowe
An Encyclopedic Dictionary of Women in Early American Films, 1895 - 1930
New York, London, Oxford, 2005

Kay Weniger
Das große Personenlexikon des Films, Erster Band. A-C
Berlin, 2001

James Robert Parish with Earl Anderson, Richard E. Braff, John Robert Cocchi, and Harry Purvis
Hollywood Character Actors
New Rochelle, New York, 1978

Alfred E. Twomey and Arthur F. McClure
The Versatiles, A Study of Supporting Character Actors and Actresses in the American Motion Picture, 1930-1955
South Brunswick and New York - London, 1969

Paul Michael, editor in chief. James Robert Parish, associate editor
The American movies reference book, The sound era
Englewood Cliffs, N.J.,, 1969

Charles Donald Fox
Mirrors of Hollywood, with brief biographies of favorite film folk
New York, 1925
Books with photograph(s) of Alice Brady
John Richard Finch and Paul Elby
Close-Ups, From the Golden Age of the Silent Cinema
South Brunswick and New York - London, 1978