Julia Hurley

Actress - USA
Born 1848 in New York, New York, USA
Died June 4, 1927 in New York, New York, USA

Julia Hurley was born in 1848 in New York, New York, USA. She was an American Actress, known for Little Women (1918), Gold and the Woman (1916), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920), Julia Hurley's first movie on record is from 1912. Julia Hurley died on June 4, 1927 in New York, New York, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1924.

Julia Hurley Filmography [Auszug]
1924: [12.22] Argentine Love (Cast: La Mosca ), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Bebe Daniels, Ricardo Cortez, James Rennie,
1920: [10.02] A Woman's Man (Cast), Directed by Warren Gordon, with Romaine Fielding, William H. Tooker, Velvet Beban,
1920: [03.18] Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Cast: Hyde's Landlady with Lamp (/xx/) ), Directed by John S. Robertson, with John Barrymore, Brandon Hurst, Martha Mansfield,
1919: [01.06] The Gold Cure (Oh, Annice! (Working title)) (Cast: The Gardener's Wife), Directed by John H. Collins, with Viola Dana, Jack McGowan, Elsie MacLeod,
1918: [12.16] The Beloved Impostor (Cast: Aunt Jessie (as Mrs. Hurley)), Directed by Joseph Gleason, with Huntley Gordon, Denton Vane,
1918: [11.10] Little Women (Cast: Aunt March), Directed by Harry Knowles, with Isabel Lamon, Dorothy Bernard, Lillian Hall,
1917: [11.00] The Secret of the Storm Country (Cast: Mother Moll), Directed by Charles Miller, with Norma Talmadge, Edwin Denison, J. Herbert Frank,
1916: [12.28] Perils of Our Girl Reporters (Cast), Directed by George Terwilliger, with Zena Keefe, Helen Greene, ,
1916: [03.13] Gold and the Woman (Retribution (Working title)) (Cast: Duuskara's Squaw), Directed by James Vincent, with Theda Bara, Alma Hanlon, H. Cooper Cliffe,
1915: [11.15] The Woman Pays (Cast: Jane Gordon), Directed by Edgar Jones, with John Bowers, Edward Brennan, Mae De Metz,
1915: [10.29] The Ventures of Marguerite (Cast: Martha [Ch. 6]), Directed by Robert Ellis, John Mackin, with Marguerite Courtot, Richard Purdon, Edward Roseman,
1915: [10.10] The Little Gypsy (Cast: (AKA Mrs. Hurley)), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Dorothy Bernard, Thurlow Bergen, ,
1915: [08.30] Her Great Match (Cast: The Duchess Louise ), Directed by René Plaissetty, with Gail Kane, Vernon Steele, Ned Burton,
1915: [05.30] The Melting Pot (Cast: Frau Quixano), Directed by Oliver D. Bailey, James Vincent, with , , ,
1915: [04.23] The Reformation of Peter and Paul (Cast: Bessie - as an Adult), Directed by N. N., with J. Morris Foster, Arthur Ashley, Eldean Steuart,
1914: [12.07] The Price He Paid (Cast: Granny), Directed by Lawrence B. McGill, with Philip Hahn, Gertrude Shipman,
1914: [05.25] The Jungle (Cast: Elzbieta ), Directed by George Irving, Jack Pratt, with George Nash, Gail Kane,
1913: [04.16] Dick Whittington and his Cat (Cast: (AKA Mrs. Hurley)), Directed by Alice Guy, with Vinnie Burns, Darwin Karr,
1912: [04.06] Mother (Cast: The Mother), Directed by N. N., with Henry B. Walthall, Arthur V. Johnson,
1912: [03.28] Tempted But True (Cast: Mrs. Dayton - Mary's Mother (AKA Mrs. Hurley)), Directed by Otis Turner, with King Baggot, Vivian Prescott, William E. Shay,

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