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 Julia Griffith

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Julia Griffith

Birth
Iowa, USA
Death
21 Nov 1961 (aged 81)
Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Burial
Santa Monica, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Plot
Mausoleum, Section V, Crypt 52
Memorial ID
116068322 View Source

Motion picture character actress. She played in numerous silent and sound film shorts for Mack Sennett Comedies from 1926 to 1933. Her credits there include "Smith's Vacation" (1926), "A Hollywood Hero" (1927), "A One Man Game" (1927), "The Prince of Hearts" (1929, as Queen Marie), "Honeymoon Zeppelin" (1930), "Hello, Television" (1930), "Don't Bite Your Dentist" (1930), "I Surrender Dear" (1931), "Lady! Please!" (1932), "The Loud Mouth" (1932), "Sucker Money" (1933), "The Pharmacist" (1933) and "The Barber Shop" (1933). The latter two shorts starred W. C. Fields. She had roles in two "Our Gang" comedies, "Honky Donkey" and "Washee Ironee" (both 1934). Feature film appearances include "Her Majesty, Love" (1931), "The Wet Parade" (1932), "Hollywood Party" (1934), "Charlie Chan at the Opera" (1936), "Hellzapoppin" (1941) and "Girl Crazy" (1943). She was survived by her daughter, Mrs. L. Grant Ferguson and sister, Pearl G. Whitcomb. Services were held Nov.25 at Gates Kingsley and Gates, Santa Monica.

Motion picture character actress. She played in numerous silent and sound film shorts for Mack Sennett Comedies from 1926 to 1933. Her credits there include "Smith's Vacation" (1926), "A Hollywood Hero" (1927), "A One Man Game" (1927), "The Prince of Hearts" (1929, as Queen Marie), "Honeymoon Zeppelin" (1930), "Hello, Television" (1930), "Don't Bite Your Dentist" (1930), "I Surrender Dear" (1931), "Lady! Please!" (1932), "The Loud Mouth" (1932), "Sucker Money" (1933), "The Pharmacist" (1933) and "The Barber Shop" (1933). The latter two shorts starred W. C. Fields. She had roles in two "Our Gang" comedies, "Honky Donkey" and "Washee Ironee" (both 1934). Feature film appearances include "Her Majesty, Love" (1931), "The Wet Parade" (1932), "Hollywood Party" (1934), "Charlie Chan at the Opera" (1936), "Hellzapoppin" (1941) and "Girl Crazy" (1943). She was survived by her daughter, Mrs. L. Grant Ferguson and sister, Pearl G. Whitcomb. Services were held Nov.25 at Gates Kingsley and Gates, Santa Monica.

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