Eugenie Besserer

Actress - USA
Born December 25, 1868 in Watertown, New York, USA
Died May 28, 1934 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Eugenie Besserer was born on December 25, 1868 in Watertown, New York, USA. She was an American Actress, known for Flesh and the Devil (1926), What happened to Rosa (1921), Confessions of a Queen (1925), Eugenie Besserer's first movie on record is from 1910. She was married to Albert W. Hegger . Eugenie Besserer died on May 28, 1934 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1932.

Eugenie Besserer Filmography [Auszug]
1932: [] Six Hours to Live (Cast: The Marquisa (/xx/)), Directed by Wilhelm Dieterle, with Warner Baxter, Miriam Jordan, John Boles,
1930: [05.17] In Gay Madrid (Cast: Doña Generosa (AKA Eugenia Besserer)), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with Ramon Novarro, Dorothy Jordan, Lottice Howell,
1929: [] Thunderbolt (Cast: Mrs. Morgan), Directed by Josef von Sternberg, with Richard Arlen, George Irving, E.H. Calvert,
1929: [] Speedway (Cast), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with William Haines, Anita Page, Ernest Torrence,
1929: [03.30] The Bridge of San Luis Rey (Cast: A nun ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Lili Damita, Don Alvarado, Ernest Torrence,
1928: [] Two Lovers (Cast: Madame Van Rycke), Directed by Fred Niblo, with Vilma Banky, Lydia Yeamans Titus, Marcella Daly,
1928: [05.20] Yellow Lily (Cast: Archduchess), Directed by Alexander Korda, with Billie Dove, Clive Brook, Gustav von Seyffertitz,
1927: [08.21] When a man loves (Manon Lescaut) (Cast: The Landlady (/xx/) ), Directed by Alan Crosland, with John Barrymore, Dolores Costello, Warner Oland,
1927: [] Drums of Love (Cast: Duchess de Alvia), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Lionel Barrymore, Don Alvarado, Mary Philbin,
1927: [] The Jazz Singer (Cast: Sara Rabinowitz), Directed by Alan Crosland, with Al Jolson, Robert Gordon, Otto Lederer,
1927: [05.14] Captain Salvation (Cast: Mrs. Buxom), Directed by John S. Robertson, with Lars Hanson, Marceline Day, Pauline Starke,
1926: [12.25] Flesh and the Devil (Cast: Leos Mutter), Directed by Clarence Brown, with Marc McDermott, Barbara Kent,
1926: [12.20] The Fire Brigade (Cast: Mrs.O'Neil), Directed by William Nigh, with May McAvoy, Charles Ray, Holmes Herbert,
1926: [06.10] The Millionaire Policeman (Cast: Mrs. Gray), Directed by Edward LeSaint, with Herbert Rawlinson, Eva Novak,
1926: [01.27] The skyrocket (Cast: Wardrobe Mistress), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Gladys Brockwell, Charles West, Muriel McCormack,
1925: [11.15] Bright Lights (Cast: Patsy's Mother), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with Charles Ray, Pauline Starke, Lilyan Tashman,
1925: [03/20] Confessions of a Queen (Cast: Elanora), Directed by Victor Sjöström, with Alice Terry, Lewis Stone, John Bowers,
1922: [12.31] The Strangers' Banquet (Cast: Mrs. McPherson ), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Hobart Bosworth, , Rockliffe Fellowes,
1922: [10.23] June Madness (Cast: Mrs. Whitmore), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Viola Dana, Bryant Washburn, Gerald Pring,
1922: [] Kindred of the Dust (Cast: Mrs. McKaye), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Miriam Cooper, Ralph Graves, Lionel Belmore,
1922: [01.16] (Cast: Widow Kathleen Wilson), Directed by Jerome Storm, with Lewis Stone, Jane Novak, Wallace Beery,
1921: [12/00] What happened to Rosa (Rose Alvaro) (Cast: Madame O'Donnelly), Directed by Victor Schertzinger, with Mabel Normand, Doris Pawn, Tully Marshall,
1921: [] Molly O' (Cast), Directed by F. Richard Jones, with Carl Stockdale, Mabel Normand, George Nichols,
1920: [08.19] Seeds of Vengeance (Cast: Judith Cree), Directed by Oliver L. Sellers, with Bernard J. Durning, Charles Edler,
1920: [04.00] The Gift Supreme (Cast: Martha Vinton), Directed by Oliver L. Sellers, with Bernard J. Durning, Seena Owen, Melbourne MacDowell,
1919: [12.28] The Greatest Question (Cast: Mrs. Hilton), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, Ralph Graves,
1919: [11.08] Scarlet Days (Cast: Rosie Nell), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Richard Barthelmess, Clarine Seymour,
1919: [11.02] Turning the Tables (Who's Which) (Cast: Mrs. Feverill), Directed by Elmer Clifton, with Dorothy Gish, Raymond Cannon, George Fawcett,
1919: [01.19] Auction of Souls (Cast), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Irving Cummings, Anna Q. Nilsson, ,
1919: [01.19] Ravished Armenia (Cast), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Aurora Mardiganian, Irving Cummings, Anna Q. Nilsson,
1918: [12.23] The Sea Flower (Cast: Kealani), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Juanita Hansen, Gayne Whitman, Fred Huntley,
1918: [08.18] Hoosier Romance (Cast: The Squire's Wife), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Colleen Moore, Thomas Jefferson, Harry McCoy,
1918: [08.00] The Eyes of Julia Deep (Cast: Mrs. Lowe), Directed by Lloyd Ingraham, with Mary Miles Minter, Allan Forrest, Alice Wilson,
1918: [07.00] The Still Alarm (Cast), with Tom Santschi, Bessie Eyton,
1918: [] The Road Through the Dark (Cast), Directed by Edmund Mortimer, with Clara Kimball Young, Jack Holt, Henry Woodward,
1917: [10.00] The Curse of Eve (Foolish Mothers (reissue title)) (Cast: The Mother), Directed by Frank Beal, with Enid Markey, Edward Coxen, Jack Standing,
1917: [02.10] Beware of Strangers (Cast: Mary DeLacy), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Fritzi Brunette, Tom Santschi, Bessie Eyton,
1916: [12.25] The Garden of Allah (Cast: Lady Rens), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Tom Santschi, Helen Ware, Frank Clark,
1916: [12.00] The Crisis (Cast: Mrs. Brice), Directed by Colin Campbell, with George Fawcett, Matt B. Snyder, Bessie Eyton,
1915: [10.07] The Bridge of Time (Cast), Directed by Frank Beal, with Harry Mestayer, Guy Oliver, Virginia Kirtley,
1915: [07.12] The Smouldering (Cast: Rachel St. John - Gerald), Directed by Frank Beal, with Frank Mayo, Will E. Sheerer,
1915: [06.28] The Rosary (Cast: Widow Kelly), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Kathlyn Williams, Charles Clary, Wheeler Oakman,
1915: [05.03] The Carpet from Bagdad (Cast: Mrs. Chedsoye ), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Kathlyn Williams, Wheeler Oakman, Guy Oliver,
1913: [11.14] Cure for Carelessness (Cast: Mrs. John Wise ), Directed by Fred Huntley, with George Hernandez, A.D. Blake,
1913: [06.03] A Flag of Two Wars (Cast: Mrs. John Reed ), Directed by Fred Huntley, with Herbert Rawlinson, William Scott, James Robert Chandler,
1913: [05.09] In the Days of Witchcraft (Cast: Lady Beresford ), Directed by Fred Huntley, with Hobart Bosworth, Herbert Rawlinson, George Hernandez,
1913: [02.03] The Governor's Daughter (Cast: Mrs. Carey - Jim), Directed by Lem B. Parker, with Harold Lockwood, Kathlyn Williams,
1913: [01.27] The Miner's Justice (Cast: Minnie), Directed by Henry MacRae, with Frank Clark, Al Ernest Garcia,
1913: [01.21] Fate Fashions a Letter (Cast: Mrs. Rand ), Directed by Fred Huntley, with Hobart Bosworth, Henry Otto,
1913: [01.02] Greater Wealth (Cast: Mrs. John Sharon), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Hobart Bosworth, Wheeler Oakman,
1912: [12.18] The Millionaire Vagabonds (Cast: Mrs. Knobhill), Directed by Lem B. Parker, with Harold Lockwood, George Hernandez,
1912: [10.14] Monte Cristo (The Count of Monte Cristo) (Cast: Mercedes), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Hobart Bosworth, Tom Santschi, Herbert Rawlinson,
1912: [09.26] The Pity of It (Cast: Mrs. Tom Morton), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Tom Santschi, Lillian Hayward,
1912: [09.12] The Indelible Stain (Cast: Marla), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Tom Santschi, Bessie Eyton, Frank Richardson,
1912: [07.01] The Lake of Dreams (Cast: Madge Andrews), Directed by Fred Huntley, with Tom Santschi, Roy Clarke, Elmer Clifton,
1912: [04.16] The End of the Romance (Cast: Alice Gray), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with Hobart Bosworth, Herbert Rawlinson,
1912: [04.04] Me an' Bill (Cast: Kitty Somners), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Roy Watson, Tom Santschi, Bessie Eyton,
1912: [03.22] The Junior Officer (Cast: Ethel Temple - the Count's Wife), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with Hobart Bosworth, Roy Watson,
1912: [03.01] As Told by Princess Bess (Cast: Princess Bess (old)), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with Hobart Bosworth, Jane Keckley, Roy Watson,
1912: [02.19] The Danites (Cast: The Widowed Schoolteacher), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Hobart Bosworth, , George Hernandez,
1912: [02.02] Bunkie (Cast: Miss Ford - Brooks' Bethrothed), Directed by Hobart Bosworth, with , Hobart Bosworth, Fred Huntley,
1912: [01.08] The Peacemaker (Cast), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Sydney Ayres, Herbert Rawlinson, Bessie Eyton,
1912: [01.04] Disillusioned (Cast: Miss Gary), Directed by Hobart Bosworth, with Hobart Bosworth, Fred Huntley, Nick Cogley,
1912: [01.02] The Cowboy's Adopted Child (Cast: Sarah Fowler), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with Tom Santschi, Roy Watson,
1911: [11.14] The Bootlegger (Cast: Mrs. Fancher), Directed by Hobart Bosworth, with Frank Richardson, Hobart Bosworth, Fred Huntley,
1911: [08.17] The Blacksmith's Love (Cast: Mary Brewer Saunders), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Tom Santschi, Herbert Rawlinson, Frank Richardson,
1911: [08.15] The Regeneration of Apache Kid (Cast: Mrs. Dudley), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Al Ernest Garcia, Fred Huntley, Frank Richardson,
1911: [08.10] Their Only Son (Cast), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Al Ernest Garcia, Frank Richardson, Nick Cogley,
1911: [08.08] Slick's Romance (Cast: ), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Sydney Ayres, Fred Huntley, Al Ernest Garcia,
1911: [05.18] The Still Alarm (Cast: Elinor Fordham), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Robert Z. Leonard, Herbert Rawlinson, Al Ernest Garcia,
1910: [03.24] The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (The Wizard of Oz) (Cast: Aunt Em3), Directed by Otis Turner, with Bebe Daniels, Hobart Bosworth,

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