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Lillian Leighton

Lillian Leighton
Lillian Leighton (left) and Margarita Fischer in The Thirtieth Piece of Silver (1920)
Born Lillianne Brown Leighton
(1874-05-17)May 17, 1874
Auroraville, Wisconsin, U.S.
Died March 19, 1956(1956-03-19) (aged 81)
Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1910–1940

Lillianne Brown Leighton (May 17, 1874 – March 19, 1956), known professionally as Lillian Leighton, was an American silent film actress. She was signed in 1910 and starred in over 200 films before her retirement in 1940. Leighton died in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles on March 19, 1956 at the age of 81.[1]

Selected filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1910 The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Union Enforcer
1911 Brown of Harvard Mrs. Kenyon
1913 Truth in the Wilderness
1916 The Grasp of Greed
1917 Joan the Woman Isambeau
1917 Castles for Two Brian's Sister
1917 The Little American Angela's Great Aunt Uncredited
1917 The Devil-Stone
1918 Old Wives for New Maid
1918 The Married Virgin Anne Mullins, the Maid Alternative title: Frivolous Wives
1918 Till I Come Back to You Margot
1919 Poor Relations Ma Perkins
1919 A Girl Named Mary Hannah
1920 The Dancin' Fool Ma Budd
1920 Thou Art the Man Cook
1920 The Jack-Knife Man Widow Potter
1921 Midsummer Madness Caretaker's Wife
1921 Crazy to Marry Sarah De Morgan Alternative title: Three Miles Out
1921 Love Never Dies Mrs. Cavanaugh
1921 Under the Lash Tant Anna Vanderberg Alternative title: The Shulamite
1922 Saturday Night Mrs. Ferguson
1923 The Call of the Canyon Mrs. Hutter
1924 Code of the Sea Mrs. McDow
1924 The Mine with the Iron Door
1926 Torrent Mrs. Ferguson
1926 Be Your Age Mrs. Schwartzkopple
1933 The Man from Monterey Juanita


  1. ^ Vazzana, Eugene Michael (2001). Silent Film Necrology. McFarland & Company Incorporated Pub. p. 309.  

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