Flora Finch

Actress, Producer - USA
Born June 17, 1867 in London, England, UK
Died January 4, 1940 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Flora Finch was born on June 17, 1867 in London, England, UK. She was an American Actress, Producer, known for The Cat and the Canary (1927), The helping hand (1908), Mrs. Jones entertains (1909), Flora Finch's first movie on record is from 1908. Flora Finch died on January 4, 1940 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1934.

Flora Finch Filmography [Auszug]
1934: [09.18] The Scarlet Letter (Cast: Faith Bartle, the Gossip), Directed by Robert G. Vignola, with Colleen Moore, Hardie Albright, Henry B. Walthall,
1928: [11.04] The Haunted House (House of Horror) (Cast), Directed by Benjamin Christensen, with Larry Kent, Thelma Todd, Edmund Breese,
1927: [09.25] The Rose of the Golden West (Cast: Senora Comba), Directed by George Fitzmaurice, with Mary Astor, Harvey Clark,
1927: [] The Cat and the Canary (Cast: Aunt Susan), Directed by Paul Leni, with Joe Murphy, George Siegmann, Martha Mattox,
1927: [05.14] Captain Salvation (Cast: Mrs. Snifty), Directed by John S. Robertson, with Lars Hanson, Marceline Day, Pauline Starke,
1923: [] Monsieur Beaucaire (Cast: Duchesse de Montmorency), Directed by Sidney Olcott, with Rudolph Valentino, ,
1923: [03/??] Luck (Cast: The Plumber's Wife), Directed by N. N., with Violet Mersereau, Polly Moran,
1919: [06.22] Oh, Boy! (Cast: Miss Penelope Budd), Directed by Albert Capellani, with June Caprice, Creighton Hale, Zena Keefe,
1918: [03.10] The Great Adventure (Cast: Rags's Aunt ), Directed by Alice Guy, with Bessie Love, Donald Hall,
1916: [10.22] Prudence, the Pirate (Cast: The Aunt), Directed by William Parke, with Gladys Hulette, Riley Chamberlin,
1916: [01.31] A Night Out (Cast: Mrs. Marie Haslem), Directed by George D. Baker, with May Robson, Kate Price,
1916: [01.03] When Hooligan and Dooligan Ran for Mayor (Cast: Mrs. Hooligan), Directed by Wally Van, with Hughie Mack, William Shea,
1915: [08.07] Pat Hogan, Deceased (Cast: Pat Hogan's Widow ), Directed by George D. Baker, with William Shea, Hughie Mack,
1915: [03.05] Two and Two (Cast: Mrs. Bunty - 1st Wife ), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with William Shea, ,
1915: [01.23] War (Cast: Frau Schultz), Directed by George D. Baker, with Jay Dwiggins, Hughie Mack,
1915: [01.08] The Smoking Out of Bella Butts (Cast: Bella Butts), Directed by George D. Baker, with Hughie Mack, Betty Gray,
1915: [01.01] Auntie's Portrait (Cast: (--??--)), Directed by George D. Baker, James Young, with Sidney Drew, Mrs. Sidney Drew, Ethel Lee,
1914: [12.25] Sweeney's Christmas Bird (Cast: Mrs. Sweeney), Directed by George D. Baker, with Hughie Mack, William Shea,
1914: [12.21] How Cissy made Good (Cast: Flora Finch), Directed by George D. Baker, with Cissy Fitzgerald, Lillian Walker, Julia Swayne Gordon,
1914: [12.11] A Strand of Blond Hair (Cast: Flora - Bunny's Wife), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Arthur Cozine,
1914: [10.30] Bunny Backslides (Cast: Flora Winslow - a Widow ), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Josie Sadler,
1914: [08.28] Such a Hunter (Cast: Eva Spurling), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Frank O'Neil,
1914: [08.07] The Locked House (Cast: Mrs. Bunny), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Charles Eldridge,
1914: [08.11] David Garrick (Cast: Araminta), Directed by James Young, with James Young, Clara Kimball Young, Edward Kimball,
1914: [07.03] A Train of Incidents (Cast: Miss Prim), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Charles Bryant,
1914: [06.15] Mr. Bingle's Melodrama (Cast: Flossy Hamm, an Actress), Directed by George D. Baker, with James Lackaye, William Humphrey, Hughie Mack,
1914: [05.26] Cutey's Wife (Cast: Miss Crab ), Directed by Wally Van, with Wilfrid North, Wally Van, Lillian Walker,
1914: [05.15] Bunny Buys a Harem (Cast: Mrs. Bunny), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Rita Bori,
1914: [05.08] Bunny in Disguise (Cast), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny,
1914: [05.05] The Old Fire Horse and the New Fire Chief (Cast: The Secretary's Mother), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Kate Price, Ethel Lloyd,
1914: [05.01] Bunco Bill's Visit (Cast: The Farmer's Wife), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, William Shea,
1914: [04.24] Tangled Tangoists (Cast), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Louise Beaudet,
1914: [04.15] The Chicken Inspector (Cast: Miss Birch), Directed by Wally Van, Wilfrid North, with Wally Van, Hughie Mack,
1914: [04.13] The New Stenographer (Cast: Lucille Montgomery), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Etienne Girardot, Hughie Mack,
1914: [04.03] Bunny's Scheme (Cast: Ethel Dana ), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Cortland van Deusen,
1914: [02.27] A Change in Baggage Checks (Cast: Stella Triplight), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Ethel Corcoran,
1914: [02.13] Bunny's Birthday Party (Cast: Mrs. Bunny ), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, William Shea,
1914: [01.21] Love's Old Dream (Cast: Miranda, in Love with Bunny), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Ethel Lloyd,
1914: [01.16] Cutey's Vacation (Cast: Miss Gammon Olde), Directed by Harry Lambart, with Wally Van, Lillian Walker,
1914: [01.09] Bunny's Mistake (Cast: Mrs. Bunny ), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Helene Costello,
1914: [01.02] The Misadventures of a Mighty Monarch (Cast: Flora - John's Jealous Wife), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Lillian Walker,
1913: [12.26] The Golf Game and the Bonnet (Cast: Flora - the Wife), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Wally Van,
1913: [12.19] The Girl at the Lunch Counter (Cast: Susie Finch), Directed by N. N., with John Bunny, Wally Van,
1913: [11.21] The Schemers (Cast: Mrs. Smith aka Mrs. Nag), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny,
1913: [11.12] Mary Jane (Cast: Mary Jane), Directed by George D. Baker, with Jay Dwiggins, Cissy Fitzgerald,
1913: [10.31] Fatty's Affair of Honor (Cast), Directed by Ralph Ince, with Hughie Mack, Lucille Lee Stewart,
1913: [10.29] Father's Hatband (Cast: Mrs. Henpecko ), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, with Van Dyke Brooke, Norma Talmadge, Leo Delaney,
1913: [10.02] The Autocrat of Flapjack Junction (Cast: Edith - the Widow), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Zena Keefe,
1913: [09.13] John Tobin's Sweetheart (Cast: Lizzie ), Directed by George D. Baker, with Hughie Mack, John Bunny,
1913: [09.06] When Women Go on the Warpath; or, Why Jonesville Went Dry (Women on the Warpath) (Cast), Directed by Wilfrid North, James Young, with Sidney Drew, Kate Price,
1913: [08.27] Which Way Did He Go? (Cast: Mrs. Henpecko), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Lillian Walker,
1913: [08.23] The Feudists (Cast: Mrs. Craig, Second Wife), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Sidney Drew, Josie Sadler, John Bunny,
1913: [08.19] Those Troublesome Tresses (Cast: Mrs. Jones), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Wally Van,
1913: [08.11] When the Press Speaks (Cast: Lizzie Ellison aka Bealla Wilfax - the Sob Sister), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Wally Van,
1913: [08.08] A Gentleman of Fashion (Cast: Nanette Stevens - the Heiress), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Rose Tapley,
1913: [07.22] The Pickpocket (Cast: Patrick's Suffragette Wife ), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Charles Eldridge,
1913: [07.17] Hubby's Toothache (Cast: Wifey), Directed by Wilfrid North, with John Bunny, Ned Finley,
1913: [07.09] A Millinery Bomb (Cast: Cora Burrows), Directed by Wilfrid North, with John Bunny, Hughie Mack,
1913: [07.05] Love's Quarantine (Cast: Flora Finch ), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Wally Van, Lillian Walker, John Bunny,
1913: [06.27] One Good Joke Deserves Another (Cast: Jim's Mother), Directed by Wilfrid North, with John Bunny, Wally Van,
1913: [06.19] Bunny's Dilemma (Cast: Aunt Eliza), Directed by Wilfrid North, with John Bunny, Wally Van, Lillian Walker,
1913: [06.11] Matrimony's Speed Limit (Cast), Directed by Alice Guy, with Marian Swayne, Billy Quirk,
1913: [06.03] Bunny as a Reporter (Cast: Leader of the Suffragettes ), Directed by Wilfrid North, with John Bunny, Charles Eldridge,
1913: [05.22] A Lady and her Maid (Cast), Directed by Bert Angeles, with Norma Talmadge, Florence Radinoff, James Morrison,
1913: [05.19] Bunny's Birthday Surprise (Cast: Mrs. Bunny), Directed by Wilfrid North, with John Bunny, Frank Mason,
1913: [05.16] The Vampire of the Desert (Cast: Hagar ), Directed by Charles L. Gaskill, with Helen Gardner, Tefft Johnson, Harry T. Morey,
1913: [05.16] His Life for His Emperor (Cast: Flora ), Directed by William Humphrey, with Earle Williams, William Humphrey, Harry T. Morey,
1913: [05.09] Cupid's Hired Man (Cast: Anne Matthews, a Spinster), Directed by Wilfrid North, with John Bunny, Charles Edwards,
1913: [04.23] There's Music in the Hair (Cast: Iolanthe McSwatt), Directed by Laurence Trimble, with John Bunny, Robert McWade sr.,
1913: [04.15] The Fortune (Cast: Muriel, Jake's Wife), Directed by Wilfrid North, with John Bunny, Wally Van,
1913: [04.10] Cutey and the Chorus Girls (Cutey and the Girls) (Cast: Flora Scrawny), Directed by James Young, with Wally Van, Lillian Walker,
1913: [04.05] He Answered the Ad (Cast: Amanda, John's Wife), Directed by Bert Angeles, with John Bunny, Bert Angeles,
1913: [03.26] Love Laughs at Locksmiths; or, Love Finds a Way (Cast: The Preceptress - Principal of the School ), Directed by Ralph Ince, with Frank Bennett, Frank Currier,
1913: [03.20] The Wonderful Statue (Cast), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with John Bunny, Lillian Walker, Courtenay Foote,
1913: [03.15] The Dog House Builders (Cast: Mrs. Mealy), Directed by James Young, with Wally Van, Hughie Mack,
1913: [03.12] His Honor, the Mayor (Cast: Aunt Minerva), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with John Bunny, Harry T. Morey,
1913: [03.08] The Way out (Cast), Directed by Maurice Costello, William V. Ranous, with Clara Kimball Young, Maurice Costello, Kate Price,
1913: [03.04] Hubby Buys a Baby (Cast: Mrs. Bun), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with John Bunny, Kate Price,
1913: [02.24] Suspicious Henry (Cast: Mrs. Michael Murphy), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with John Bunny, William Shea,
1913: [02.22] The Locket (When She Was Twenty) (Cast: Mrs. Evelyn Jones), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with John Bunny, Leah Baird,
1913: [02.06] Stenographer Troubles (Cast: A Typist ), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with John Bunny, Florence Turner,
1913: [02.04] The Classmate's Frolic (Cast: The Director of the School), Directed by Ralph Ince, with Anita Stewart, Rosemary Theby,
1913: [01.29] And His Wife Came Back (Cast: Miss Finch - an Old Maid), Directed by James Young, with John Bunny, Mrs. B.F. Clinton,
1913: [01.25] When Mary Grew Up (Cast: The Maid ), Directed by James Young, with Clara Kimball Young, E.K. Lincoln,
1913: [01.13] The little minister (Cast: Jeanne, their servant), Directed by James Young, with James Young, Mrs. E.M. Kimball,
1913: [01.13] Three Black Bags (Cast: Mrs. Brown), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with John Bunny, Rose Tapley,
1913: [01.04] Mr. Bolter's Niece (Cast: Miss Lavinia Racey), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with John Bunny, Helene Costello,
1912: [12.30] Planting the Spring Garden (Cast: Mrs. Citiman ), Directed by William Humphrey, with Hughie Mack,
1912: [12.26] Freckles (Cast: Madame Legrand), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with John Bunny, Julia Swayne Gordon,
1912: [11/23] In the Flat Above (Cast), Directed by James Young, with Clara Kimball Young, L. Rogers Lytton,
1912: [11.09] Lord Browning and Cinderella (Cast), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, with Clara Kimball Young, Maurice Costello, Julia Swayne Gordon,
1912: [11.09] The Hand Bag (Cast: Miss Amanda De Rosville), Directed by N. N., with Frank Bennett, Rosemary Theby,
1912: [10.18] Bunny All at Sea (Cast: Flirty Passenger (--??--)), Directed by George D. Baker, Laurence Trimble, with John Bunny, Laurence Trimble,
1912: [10.16] An Elephant on Their Hands (Cast), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with George Ober, Kate Price,
1912: [10.02] Bachelor Buttons (Cast: Diana ), Directed by Laurence Trimble, with John Bunny, George D. Baker,
1912: [09/14] A Vitagraph Romance (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Clara Kimball Young, James Morrison, Edward Kimball,
1912: [08.10] Suing Susan (Cast: Miss Susan - a Spinster ), Directed by Laurence Trimble, with John Bunny, James Morrison,
1912: [08.02] The Awakening of Jones (Cast: Mrs. Jones), with John Bunny,
1912: [] Leap Year Proposals (Cast: Miss Bullfinch - an Old Maid ), Directed by N. N., with John Bunny, Lillian Walker,
1912: [] The Troublesome Stepdaughters (Cast), Directed by George D. Baker, Frederick A. Thomson, with John Bunny, , Clara Kimball Young,
1912: [] The Church across the Way (Cast), with Helene Costello, Mary Maurice,
1912: [] The Old Silver Watch (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Maurice Costello, Leah Baird, Kenneth Casey,
1912: [06.28] The Pseudo Sultan (Cast: The Sultana), Directed by Laurence Trimble, with John Bunny, William Shea,
1912: [05.24] Diamond Cut Diamond (Cast: Mrs. Bunce), Directed by N. N., with John Bunny, Mae Costello,
1912: [05.20] Professor Optimo (Cast: An Unhappy Woman), Directed by N. N., with Marshall P. Wilder, Clara Kimball Young, James Young,
1912: [04.06] The Jocular Winds of Fate (Cast: Juliet Humph), Directed by James Young, Van Dyke Brooke, with Clara Kimball Young, Maurice Costello, Van Dyke Brooke,
1912: [03.27] The Governor Who Had a Heart (Cast), Directed by N. N., with William Humphrey, , Adele de Garde,
1912: [03.23] Her Forgotten Dancing Shoes (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Lillian Walker, James Morrison, William Humphrey,
1912: [03.06] Irene's Infatuation (Cast: Mme. Frangiapani), Directed by N. N., with John Bunny, Lillian Walker,
1912: [02.26] Stenographers wanted (Cast: The Chosen Stenographer ), Directed by N. N., with John Bunny, Charles Eldridge,
1912: [02.23] Cure for Pokeritis (Cast: Mrs. Sharpe ), Directed by Laurence Trimble, with John Bunny, Leah Baird,
1912: [02.02] The First Violin (Cast: Helen's Step-Mother ), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, with Van Dyke Brooke, John Bunny,
1911: [12.30] In the Clutches of a Vapor Bath (Cast), Directed by N. N., with John Bunny, Hazel Neason,
1911: [10.18] Selecting His Heiress (Cast: One of Doughbags' Nieces ), Directed by William Humphrey, with John Bunny, Kate Price,
1911: [07.25] Treasure Trove (Cast), Directed by N. N., with John Bunny, Julia Swayne Gordon,
1911: [] The Subduing of Mrs. Nag (Cast), with John Bunny, Mabel Normand,
1911: [] Her crowning Glory (Cast: The Governess), Directed by Laurence Trimble, with John Bunny, Helene Costello, Mae Costello,
1911: [06.23] The Sleep Walker (Cast), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, with Maurice Costello, Hazel Neason, Van Dyke Brooke,
1911: [04.11] Wooing of Winifred (Cast), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, with Maurice Costello, Helen Gardner, Van Dyke Brooke,
1911: [02.18] The new stenographer (Cast: The Old Stenographer), Directed by George D. Baker, with Maurice Costello, Florence Turner, John Bunny,
1910: [08/06] Uncle Tom's cabin (Cast: Mrs. St. Clare), Directed by J. Stuart Blackton, with Florence Turner, Mary Fuller,
1910: [07.26] An Uncle Tom's Cabin (Cast: Ophelia St. Clare), Directed by J. Stuart Blackton, with Florence Turner, Mary Fuller, Edwin R. Phillips,
1910: [] The Troublesome Baby (Cast: Mrs. Samuels (--??--)), Directed by Frank Powell, with William J. Butler, Dorothy Davenport,
1909: [06.10] A new trick (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Dell Henderson, Mack Sennett,
1909: [08.19] Mrs. Jones' Lover; or, 'I Want My Hat' (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Linda Arvidson,
1909: [] His wife's mother (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Arthur V. Johnson, Florence Lawrence,
1909: [] A soun sleeper (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles Inslee, Mack Sennett,
1909: [] Eloping with Aunty (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mack Sennett,
1909: [] The Way of Man (Cast: Die Mutter), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mack Sennett, David Miles, Marion Leonard,
1909: [06.17] Her first biscuits (Cast: biscuit victim (--??--), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, John R. Cumpson, Anthony O'Sullivan,
1909: [06.03] What drink did (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with David Miles, Florence Lawrence, Gladys Egan,
1909: [05.31] Eradicating Aunty (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mack Sennett, Arthur V. Johnson,
1909: [05.10] Jones and the Lady book agent (Cast: The Lady Book Agent ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Florence Lawrence, Mack Sennett,
1909: [04.12] A Sound Sleeper (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Anthony O'Sullivan, Mack Sennett,
1909: [04.08] A rude hostess (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Arthur V. Johnson, Charles Inslee,
1909: [04.08] Schneider's anti noise crusade (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Linda Arvidson, Mack Sennett,
1909: [03.29] Jones and His New Neighbors (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Florence Lawrence, Gertrude Robinson,
1909: [02.08] A wreath in time (Cast: Actress on Stage), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mack Sennett, Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson,
1909: [] Those awful hats (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Linda Arvidson, Mack Sennett,
1909: [01.21] Mr. Jones has a card party (Cast: Guest ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Florence Lawrence, Linda Arvidson,
1909: [01.09] Mrs. Jones entertains (Cast: Leader of Temperance League ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Florence Lawrence, Jeanie Macpherson,
1908: [12.29] The helping hand (Cast: Mrs. Harcourt), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Linda Arvidson, Anita Hendrie,

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