Legendary actress, Lois Wilson, was born on Jun 28, 1894 in Pittsburgh, PA. Wilson died at the age of 93 on Mar 3, 1988 in Reno, NV .
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A Tribute toBy Silentfilmfanatic on Jan 16, 2013 From Noir and Chick Flicks
A Tribute to Born in Pittsburgh on June 28, 1894, was the most famous of four sisters who entered films. The others were Connie Lewis, Diana Kane and Janice Wilson. Lois made her debut in director Lois Weber’s The Dumb Girl of Portici (1916) after winning a beauty... Read full article
Silent Film Star: .By Dawn on Jan 10, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks
(June 28, 1894 - March 3, 1988) was an American actress best known for her work during the silent film era. Wilson, a school teacher moved to California in 1915, when she won a beauty contest put on by Universal Studios . After which, she won a small part in the film, The Dumb Girl of Po... Read full article
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James 'Loop' Merritt: We're getting a big kick out of it ourselves.
Mary Blake: She'll be so surprised. She doesn't expect much, you know.
James 'Loop' Merritt: You get her down to the airport as early in the morning as you can.
Mary Blake: I may not be able to come with her, but I'll be down just as soon as I can get away.
Shirley Blake: Mother, I dressed myself, and I put my clothes away, all folded and everything.
Mary Blake: Well, you're your mother's little angel, that's what you are.
Shirley Blake: No, I'm not, because angels have wings, like these.
Mary Blake: Those are your daddy's pilot wings.
Shirley Blake: I know, and now he's really an angel, isn't he?
Mary Blake: Yes, darling.
Mrs. McHale: Sometimes I'm afraid you're related to your father.
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