Elaine Davis was born under the given name Celora Elaine Davis in 1876 in California, USA. She was an American Actress, known for The Regeneration of Apache Kid (1911), Shipwrecked (1911), How Algy Captured a Wild Man (1911), Elaine Davis's first movie on record is from 1911. She was married to Arthur J. Trussell. Elaine Davis died on , 1936 in California, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1912.
Elaine Davis Filmography [Auszug]
1912: [01.23] The Bandit's Mask (Cast: Juan's 1st Sister (AKA Miss Davis)), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with Tom Santschi, Herbert Rawlinson, Al Ernest Garcia,
1911: [11.06] The Coquette (Cast: Tillie Rice), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Tom Santschi, , Herbert Rawlinson,
1911: [09.22] Shipwrecked (Cast: The Nurse), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Sydney Ayres, Tom Santschi, Al Ernest Garcia,
1911: [09.04] How Algy Captured a Wild Man (Cast: Carrie Wells), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Sydney Ayres, Herbert Rawlinson, Frank Clark,
1911: [08.15] The Regeneration of Apache Kid (Cast: Mrs. Deering), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Al Ernest Garcia, Fred Huntley, Frank Richardson,
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