Dorothy Kelly

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Actress - USA
Born February 12, 1894 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Died May 31, 1966 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Mini-Biography:
Dorothy Kelly was born on February 12, 1894 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. She was an American Actress, known for The Touble-Stepdaughters (1912), A Tale of Two Cities (1911), The Troublesome Stepdaughters (1912), Dorothy Kelly's first movie on record is from 1911. Dorothy Kelly died on May 31, 1966 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1917.

Dorothy Kelly Filmography [Auszug]
1917: [12.03] The Awakening (The Beast (Working title)) (Cast: Marguerite), Directed by George Archainbaud, with Montagu Love, John Davidson,
1917: [06.18] The Maelstrom (Cast: Peggy Greye-Stratton), Directed by Paul Scardon, with Earle Williams, Julia Swayne Gordon,
1916: [01.01] The Secret Kingdom (Cast: Madame Savatz ), Directed by Charles Brabin, Theodore Marston, with Charles Richman, Joseph Kilgour,
1916: [10.02] The Scarlet Runner (Cast: Miss Collingwood), Directed by William P.S. Earle, Wally Van, with Earle Williams, , L. Rogers Lytton,
1916: [05.01] The Law Decides (Cast: Florence Wharton), Directed by William P.S. Earle, Marguerite Bertsch, with Harry T. Morey, Bobby Connelly,
1916: [04.24] The Rookie (Cast: Mrs. Jim Rooney ), Directed by Harry Davenport, with Evart Overton, Ned Finley,
1916: [04.17] Artie, the Millionaire Kid (Cast: Annabelle Willowby), Directed by Harry Handworth, with , Albert Roccardi,
1916: [04.09] Salvation Joan (Cast: Madeline Elliston), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Edna May, Harry T. Morey,
1916: [03.27] The Supreme Temptation (Cast: Annette), Directed by Harry Davenport, with Antonio Moreno, Charles Kent, Mary Maurice,
1915: [09.07] The Kidnapped Stockbroker (Cast: Eileen MacLaren - the Daughter), Directed by Harry Handworth, with Jay Dwiggins, William R. Dunn,
1915: [08.17] My Lost One (Cast: Perdita ), Directed by Harry Handworth, with , William R. Dunn,
1915: [02.19] A Madcap Adventure (Cast: Tommy Webb), Directed by Theodore Marston, with James Morrison, ,
1914: [12.14] The Greater Love (Cast: Hope Avery ), Directed by Theodore Marston, with James Morrison, George Cooper,
1914: [07.23] The Apple (Cast: Rosa Hunfalvy ), Directed by Theodore Marston, with James Morrison, ,
1914: [07.06] The False and the True (Cast: Betty Jenkins ), Directed by Theodore Marston, with James Morrison, George Stevens,
1914: [07.04] The Toll (Cast: Marta), Directed by Theodore Marston, with James Morrison, George Cooper,
1914: [06.15] The Crime of Cain (Cast: Nancy Sevier ), Directed by Theodore Marston, with James Morrison, Denton Vane,
1914: [05.09] The Antique Engagement Ring (Cast: Helen Gray), Directed by Theodore Marston, with James Morrison, ,
1914: [04.21] The Spirit and the clay (Cast), Directed by Harry Lambart, with Naomi Childers, Darwin Karr, Edward Kimball,
1914: [04.20] Sonny Jim at the North Pole (Cast: Sonny Jim's Mother), Directed by Tefft Johnson, with Bobby Connelly, Tefft Johnson,
1914: [04.18] The Vanity Case (Cast: Grace Norris), Directed by Theodore Marston, with , James Morrison,
1914: [02.28] The Drudge (Cast: Anna Louise ), Directed by Tefft Johnson, with , William Humphrey,
1914: [02.19] The First Endorsement (Cast), Directed by Harry Lambart, with Charles Kent, James Morrison,
1914: [02.11] Sonny Jim in Search of a Mother (Cast: Sonny Jim's Mother ), Directed by Tefft Johnson, with Bobby Connelly, Tefft Johnson,
1914: [02.06] Marrying Sue (Cast: Sue), Directed by Tefft Johnson, with James Morrison, Arthur Ashley,
1913: [08.13] The Flirt (Cast: Dolores - Robert Gordon's Wife ), Directed by William Humphrey, with William Humphrey, Earle Williams,
1913: [08.22] Playing the Pipers (Cast: Mary McDonald - the Daughter ), Directed by William Humphrey, with Hughie Mack, Charles Brown,
1913: [08.16] The Line-Up (Cast: Edith Livingston ), Directed by William Humphrey, with Earle Williams, Harry T. Morey,
1913: [08.07] The Penalties of Reputation (Cast: Mary Fleming ), Directed by William Humphrey, with William Humphrey, ,
1913: [07.15] My Lady of Idleness (Cast: Alice, Edith's Sister ), Directed by William Humphrey, with Earle Williams, Leah Baird, William Humphrey,
1913: [07.07] The Glove (Cast: The Wife ), Directed by William Humphrey, with , William Humphrey,
1913: [07.04] Unwritten Chapter (Cast: Ruth Sterling ), Directed by William Humphrey, with , William Humphrey,
1913: [06.23] The Snare of Fate (Cast: Marion Marbury ), Directed by William Humphrey, with Louise Beaudet, Charles Kent,
1913: [06.13] Infernal Tangle (Cast: Angelica - 2nd Couple ), Directed by William Humphrey, with William Humphrey, , ,
1913: [05.01] Bunny Versus Cutey (Cast: Lillie), Directed by Wilfrid North, with John Bunny, Wally Van,
1913: [04.18] Playing with Fire (Cast: Ehefrau ), Directed by Bert Angeles, with Harry T. Morey, Harry S. Northrup,
1913: [04.07] Bunny's Honeymoon (Cast: Dorothy ), Directed by Wilfrid North, with John Bunny, Wally Van,
1913: [02.05] The Skull (Cast), Directed by William V. Ranous, with , Leo Delaney, George Cooper,
1913: [01.21] Ma's Apron Strings (Cast: Molly Bush), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with John Bunny, Kate Price, Harry T. Morey,
1912: [12.14] All for a Girl (Cast: Claire Taylor ), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with Earle Foxe, Leah Baird,
1912: [11.01] Bettina's Substitute; or, There's No Fool Like an Old Fool (Cast: Bettina), Directed by N. N., with Richard Rosson, ,
1912: [10.28] None But the Brave Deserve the Fair (Cast), Directed by William Humphrey, with , , Leo Delaney,
1912: [09/07] Popular Betty (Cast), Directed by James Young, with Clara Kimball Young, ,
1912: [08.20] The Lovesick Maidens of Cuddleton (Cast: One of the Lovesick Maidens), Directed by George D. Baker, with Earle Williams, , John Bunny,
1912: [08.10] Suing Susan (Cast: Annette - Susan's Maid), Directed by Laurence Trimble, with John Bunny, Flora Finch, James Morrison,
1912: [07.13] Aunty's Romance (Cast: A Stenographer ), Directed by George D. Baker, with Maurice Costello, , Mary Maurice,
1912: [07.05] On the Pupil of His Eye (Cast: Mary - The Senator's Ward), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, Maurice Costello, with Maurice Costello, Van Dyke Brooke, ,
1912: [] The Touble-Stepdaughters (Cast), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with John Bunny, ,
1912: [] The Troublesome Stepdaughters (Cast), Directed by George D. Baker, Frederick A. Thomson, with John Bunny, , Clara Kimball Young,
1912: [] Rip Van Winkle (Cast: Steenie As An Adult ), Directed by Charles Kent, with Robert McWade sr., , Helene Costello,
1912: [06.28] The Pseudo Sultan (Cast: A Dancer), Directed by Laurence Trimble, with John Bunny, Flora Finch, ,
1911: [02.21] A Tale of Two Cities (Cast), Directed by William Humphrey, Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Maurice Costello, , John Bunny,

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