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Chrissie White

  • May 23, 1895 - Aug 18, 1989 (age 94)
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1989
Chrissie White
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Chrissie White

Chrissie White passed away.
1934
General John Regan
MovieMay 12, 1934

General John Regan

General John Regan is a 1933 British comedy film directed …
General John Regan is a 1933 British comedy film directed by Henry Edwards and starring Edwards, Chrissie White and Ben Welden. It is an adaptation of the 1913 play General John Regan by George A. Birmingham. It was a quota film made at Elstree Studios for release by Paramount.
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1930
Call of the Sea
MovieNov 1, 1930

Call of the Sea

Call of the Sea is a 1930 British adventure film directed by …
Call of the Sea is a 1930 British adventure film directed by Leslie S Hiscott.
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1926
Henryetta Edwards
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Henryetta Edwards

Henryetta Edwards was born in 1926 in Chertsey, Surrey, …
Henryetta Edwards was born in 1926 in Chertsey, Surrey, England as Chrissie Henryetta Edwards. She is an actress, known for Theatre Night (1957), The Browning Version (1949) and Squibs (1935).
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1924
The World of Wonderful Reality
MovieMar 1, 1924

The World of Wonderful Reality

A poor author has an …
A poor author has an engaged girl pose as his wife to please his dying father.
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Henry Edwards
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Henry Edwards

Henry Edwards (18 September 1882 – 2 November 1952) …
Henry Edwards (18 September 1882 – 2 November 1952) was an English actor and film director. He appeared in 81 films between 1915 and 1952. He also directed 67 films between 1915 and 1937. Edwards was married to actress Chrissie White, who co-starred in a number of his films. He was born in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset and died in Chobham, Surrey.
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1923
The Naked Man
MovieNov 1, 1923

The Naked Man

The heir to £500,000 must live for one month without assistance.
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Lily of the Alley
MovieFeb 1, 1923

Lily of the Alley

A coffee stall keeper's wife dreams he goes blind and dies in a fire.
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1921
The Bargain
MovieNov 1, 1921

The Bargain

A rescued man takes the place of a convicted heir, who later …
A rescued man takes the place of a convicted heir, who later blackmails him.
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Wild Heather
MovieAug 1, 1921

Wild Heather

A dying senator weds a girl reporter to make her guardian of his …
A dying senator weds a girl reporter to make her guardian of his three sons.
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The Lunatic at Large
MovieMar 1, 1921

The Lunatic at Large

A rich madman escapes from an asylum and saves a lady …
A rich madman escapes from an asylum and saves a lady from a Danish baron.
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1920
The Amazing Quest of Mr. Ernest Bliss
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MovieAug 1, 1920

The Amazing Quest of Mr. Ernest Bliss

A millionaire bets £25,000 …
A millionaire bets £25,000 that he can earn his own living for six months.
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Aylwin
MovieJul 1, 1920

Aylwin

A woman disapproves of her stepson's love for a girl who …
A woman disapproves of her stepson's love for a girl who goes mad when her drunken father dies in a landslide.
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A Temporary Vagabond
MovieJan 1, 1920

A Temporary Vagabond

A mean squire's novelist son becomes a village benefactor.
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1919
The City of Beautiful Nonsense
MovieNov 1, 1919

The City of Beautiful Nonsense

A poor author feigns …
A poor author feigns marriage to please his dying father.
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The Kinsman
MovieJun 1, 1919

The Kinsman

A Cockney poses as his drowned double, who is saved and …
A Cockney poses as his drowned double, who is saved and poses as a chauffeur.
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His Dearest Possession
MovieJan 1, 1919

His Dearest Possession

A poor artist weds a …
A poor artist weds a socialist's daughter and becomes a sandwich-board man to provide for their baby.
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1918
Towards the Light
MovieOct 1, 1918

Towards the Light

A hunchbacked atheist weds a girl whose father breaks jail to …
A hunchbacked atheist weds a girl whose father breaks jail to prove his innocence.
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What's the Use of Grumbling
MovieJul 1, 1918

What's the Use of Grumbling

What's the Use of Grumbling …
What's the Use of Grumbling is a 1918 British silent drama film directed by Henry Edwards and starring Basil Gill, Gwynne Herbert and Chrissie White. It was produced by Cecil Hepworth for the British Ministry of Information as propaganda during the First World War.
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The Poet's Windfall
MovieJul 1, 1918

The Poet's Windfall

The Poet's Windfall is a 1918 British silent drama film …
The Poet's Windfall is a 1918 British silent drama film directed by Henry Edwards and starring Edwards, John MacAndrews, and Chrissie White.
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The Secret
MovieJul 1, 1918

The Secret

The Secret released.
The Hanging Judge
MovieJun 1, 1918

The Hanging Judge

A judge's disowned son becomes a reporter and marries a …
A judge's disowned son becomes a reporter and marries a condemned man's daughter.
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1917
Broken Threads
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MovieDec 1, 1917

Broken Threads

A girl presumed drowned escapes from a lighthouse keeper to …
A girl presumed drowned escapes from a lighthouse keeper to find her husband insane and framed for murder.
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The Blindness of Fortune
MovieDec 1, 1917

The Blindness of Fortune

A farmer's son inherits …
A farmer's son inherits £50,000 and goes blind on learning his wife is married to a convict.
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The Failure
MovieAug 1, 1917

The Failure

A Frenchman causes a man to drink his brother's poison …
A Frenchman causes a man to drink his brother's poison and charges the brother with murder.
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Daughter of the Wilds
MovieApr 1, 1917

Daughter of the Wilds

Daughter of the Wilds is a …
Daughter of the Wilds is a 1917 British silent drama film directed by Frank Wilson and starring Chrissie White.
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The Eternal Triangle
MovieMar 1, 1917

The Eternal Triangle

A girl loves a poor squire's son but weds a rich playwright who is …
A girl loves a poor squire's son but weds a rich playwright who is killed in a car crash.
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Carrots
MovieMar 1, 1917

Carrots

A coster girl saves her policeman sweetheart from her convict …
A coster girl saves her policeman sweetheart from her convict brother's gang.
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1916
Molly Bawn
MovieDec 1, 1916

Molly Bawn

A couple try to regain their grandfather's favour.
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A Bunch of Violets
MovieApr 1, 1916

A Bunch of Violets

A banker loses an election, his bank fails, his wife learns he …
A banker loses an election, his bank fails, his wife learns he is a bigamist, and his secretary robs him, but his daughter loves him.
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1915
The Man Who Stayed at Home
MovieJul 1, 1915

The Man Who Stayed at Home

A detective poses as a …
A detective poses as a shirker to unmask spies at an East Coast boarding house.
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Schoolgirl Rebels
MovieFeb 1, 1915

Schoolgirl Rebels

A schoolgirl annoys the new teacher by getting her friends …
A schoolgirl annoys the new teacher by getting her friends to answer an inspector incorrectly.
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Barnaby Rudge
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MovieJan 1, 1915

Barnaby Rudge

A murderer's idiot son, jailed as an anti-Catholic rioter, is …
A murderer's idiot son, jailed as an anti-Catholic rioter, is pardoned on the scaffold.
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1914
Tilly at the Football Match
MovieDec 1, 1914

Tilly at the Football Match

A tramp is blamed when girls …
A tramp is blamed when girls take the football shield and prize cake.
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Time the Great Healer
MovieNov 1, 1914

Time the Great Healer

A jealous woman causes a …
A jealous woman causes a groom to desert his bride, causing her to suffer a 25-year trance.
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The Unseen Witness
MovieOct 1, 1914

The Unseen Witness

A companion is blamed when an employer's necklace is stolen …
A companion is blamed when an employer's necklace is stolen by his son'e fiancée.
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Lucky Jim
MovieAug 1, 1914

Lucky Jim

A doctor's disowned son uses castor oil to save a lady's sister.
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Only a Flower Girl
MovieJun 1, 1914

Only a Flower Girl

A girl saves her rescuer from a railway line to which her …
A girl saves her rescuer from a railway line to which her cousin ties him.
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The Girl Who Lived in Straight Street
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MovieMay 1, 1914

The Girl Who Lived in Straight Street

A chorus girl saves the …
A chorus girl saves the starving wife of a man jailed for his brother's crime.
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Two of a Kind
MovieMay 1, 1914

Two of a Kind

A man poses as a millionaire to win a vicar's daughter.
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1913
Shadows of a Great City
MovieNov 1, 1913

Shadows of a Great City

Shadows of a Great City is a …
Shadows of a Great City is a 1913 British silent crime film directed by Frank Wilson and starring Alec Worcester, Chrissie White and Harry Royston. It is an adaptation of the 1884 play The Shadows of a Great City by Herbert Blaché and Aaron Hoffman. An American film adaptation was made two years later.
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The Vicar of Wakefield
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MovieSep 1, 1913

The Vicar of Wakefield

Sir Wm. Thornhill wishes to …
Sir Wm. Thornhill wishes to keep a close watch on his nephew, Richard Thornhill, who is a dissipated young fellow. In order to follow him more closely, he disguises himself and is introduced as a stranger, by the vicar, to his wife, their two daughters. Olivia and Sophia, and their son, Moses. Richard now appears in the company of two women friends of questionable reputation and is introduced to the vicar's family. In the meanwhile, Sir William has secreted himself and overhears the entire conversation. Richard is infatuated with Olivia, and by the aid of his two women companions, induces Olivia to arrange to go to London with him. In order to replenish his daughter's wardrobe, the vicar is forced to raise some money. His son, Moses, agrees to take their horse to "Ye Olde English Fair." Here he foolishly exchanges the horse for a large amount of green spectacles. Upon his return home, he learns that the spectacles are of no aid to the family's finances. Finally Richard persuades Olivia to run away with him. In order to accomplish this, he promises to marry her, but he does not intend to carry out his promise as he instructs his man, Jenkinson, to arrange a mock ceremony. Jenkinson, however, has borne a secret grudge against his master, and sees a chance for revenge. He arranges for a genuine ceremony. We see Olivia leaving her home late at night and meeting Richard, who has a carriage waiting. The bridal couple arrive at the home of a priest and the ceremony is performed. Richard, unsuspectingly signs the certificate, which Jenkinson secures for further use. On the following morning, the vicar learns that his daughter, Olivia, has disappeared and the reason is made clear when Moses, who had met Jenkinson and learned the truth, tells his father the whole story. The old man arms himself with two pistols, and is about to depart with an evil intention, when his wife persuades him to give up the idea of murder by opening a Bible and pointing to the commandment, "Thou Shalt not Kill." Putting aside the weapons he leaves to search for his daughter. At Richard's home he is denied knowledge of their master's whereabouts by the servants. Richard eventually becomes tired of Olivia and treats her very badly. She reproaches him for his conduct, but he informs her that she is not his wife as the ceremony had been a mock one. She leaves him and finds shelter in an inn. Fate brings her father, who is weary and footsore, to the same place and the two meet. She returns home with her father and after some deliberation is forgiven by her mother. Richard soon thinks that he would like to have Olivia back again and goes to her father with a most insulting and degrading offer. The vicar is a tenant and in debt to Richard, and is offered the alternative of imprisonment for debt or permitting his daughter to return to him. Naturally the old man won't listen to the scoundrel's words, and is arrested and carried off to the debtors' prison. Here he meets Richard's one-time accomplice, Jenkinson, and the two become very friendly. The vicar's family visit him in the prison and Jenkinson recognizes Olivia and becomes remorseful. Richard also visits the prison to taunt the old man, but is surprised to find his uncle on the scene. His uncle reproaches him for his conduct to his wife, but he maintains that she is not his wife, as the ceremony was a mock one. But what a change comes over him when Jenkinson appears and produces the certificate and the priest who performed the ceremony. Richard is entirely overcome and beaten. Sir William, after paying the debt for which the vicar is being detained, escorts the old man and his family back to their home, where all is peace and happiness once more.
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Kissing Cup
MovieAug 1, 1913

Kissing Cup

A squire's jockey escapes kidnappers and flies to …
A squire's jockey escapes kidnappers and flies to Sandown in time to win the race.
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The Love Romance of Sir Francis Drake
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MovieFeb 1, 1913

The Love Romance of Sir Francis Drake

Sir Francis Drake's first …
Sir Francis Drake's first meeting with the beautiful Elizabeth Syderham takes place outside the gates of the city, on his triumphant return from a foreign expedition. Determined to win her, he forces an entrance to the grounds of the rambling old home of his heart's desire and follows her to a quiet, secluded spot. She does not favor Drake's impetuosity at first, but, relenting, gives him a full red rose as a token of her regard. Another aspirant for Elizabeth's hand is Sir John Doughty. He, a friend of long standing to Elizabeth's father, says he will brook no interference from a "common sailor." Doughty comes to woo Elizabeth, but meets with scant encouragement. Thus embittered, he plans to rid himself of his rival by foul means. Obtaining assistance .from roughnecks, he instructs them to lie in wait and assassinate Drake. Meanwhile the latter is summoned upon a special mission by Queen Elizabeth, and he persuades his beloved to secretly wed him before he sails. Everything is arranged. Elizabeth, faithful to her tryst, steals away from her home under the protection of her bold lover. Their footsteps are dogged by Doughty, however, who, at a quiet spot near the quay, signals to his band of assassins and with drawn swords they attack the "common sailor." A sharp, exciting fight ensues. Drake clashes steel with his would-be murderers, one of whom soon falls before his trusty sword. A cowardly and one-sided battle ensues, but eventually Drake wounds another one of his assailants. Mad with rage at this unexpected reverse, Doughty lunges furiously at his hated rival and succeeds in disarming him. Quick as a flash, Drake bodily picks up the wounded and helpless assassin and wards off the onslaught of the other two. Seizing his only opportunity, with mighty strength, he hurls the limp form at Doughty, who, panic-stricken at meeting such brave and stout resistance, flees for his life. Drake's ship is reached at last and a picturesque scene is shown of the wedding on board. The ceremony over, Elizabeth returns to her home, unknown to her father, a bride. On the day of departure. Queen Elizabeth inspects Captain Drake's ship and, to wish him God speed, presents him with a sword, saying. "Take the sword, Master Drake, and we do account that he that striketh at thee, striketh at us." He departs. Time passes. Sir John Doughty is insistent in his advances. Elizabeth's father favors his suit, intercepting a letter from Drake to his bride, he descends to further depths of villainy by forging a letter conveying false news, that the venturesome seaman has been killed in a hard encounter on the high seas. Heartbroken by the news, Elizabeth cares not what becomes of her and under pressure from her father at last consents to marry Doughty. The wedding eve approaches, but Drake unexpectedly returns victorious and triumphant and is greeted by the populace with unbounded enthusiasm. Calls of love and loyalty force him to realize that his first duty is to his queen, at whose command he proceeds, with yearning heart, to the Royal Palace. Soon, with pomp and splendor, the magic words are spoken, "Arise, Sir Francis Drake." His honors thick upon him, he can think only of his loved one, and he rushes off to seek her, who, unknown to him, is, with ever deepening despair, preparing for the wedding with Sir John Doughty. Breathless, but happy, he arrives just on time to find the fair Elizabeth about to sacrifice her youth and beauty at her father's behest. Thwarted and humiliated. Sir John is forced to see the all-conquering Drake claim his well-won bride and placate her father before beating a hasty departure.
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1912
A Man and a Serving Maid
MovieJul 11, 1912

A Man and a Serving Maid

A girl poses as a …
A girl poses as a maidservant to test her beau's affection.
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The Mermaid
MovieJan 1, 1912

The Mermaid

A man saves a girl from being forced to pose as a mermaid …
A man saves a girl from being forced to pose as a mermaid in a show.
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1911
Tilly and the Fire Engines
MovieSep 1, 1911

Tilly and the Fire Engines

Tillie and her girl chum see …
Tillie and her girl chum see their old gardener burning brush in the garden and they jump on their bicycles and ride to the fire-engine house and give the alarm. When the hose-cart is left before the house the girls climb to the driver's seat and make off with the apparatus. Their experience is a wild one and they have a high old time, running into several things and nearly over many folk. At last when closely pursued they uncouple the hose, hitch it to a hydrant and play the water on the unfortunates.
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Tilly and the Morman Missionary
MovieAug 1, 1911

Tilly and the Morman Missionary

Girls posing as gypsies are …
Girls posing as gypsies are chased by and uncle and a Mormon.
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Gipsy Nan
MovieJul 1, 1911

Gipsy Nan

A farmer rides to save an abducted gypsy from being whipped.
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Tilly at the Seaside
MovieMay 1, 1911

Tilly at the Seaside

Girls in a rowing boat cause trouble with fishermen and yachtsmen.
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A Sprained Ankle
MovieApr 1, 1911

A Sprained Ankle

A schoolteacher drugs his wayward brother and poses as him to …
A schoolteacher drugs his wayward brother and poses as him to catch masked robbers.
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1910
Tilly the Tomboy Visits the Poor
MovieSep 1, 1910

Tilly the Tomboy Visits the Poor

Tilly the Tomboy Visits the Poor released.
1908
For the Little Lady's Sake
MovieNov 1, 1908

For the Little Lady's Sake

A drunken dream reforms a …
A drunken dream reforms a sacked groom who sold a child's horse to gypsies.
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1895
Chrissie White
BirthMay 1895

Chrissie White

Chrissie White was born.
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