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Actress, Priscilla Bonner, was born on Feb 17, 1899 in Washington, DC. Bonner died at the age of 97 on Feb 21, 1996 in Los Angeles, CA .



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By Dawn on Mar 24, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks

(February 17, 1899 – February 21, 1996), made her film debut opposite Charles Ray in the film, Homer Comes Home(1920). She went on to co-star with Jack Pickford in, The Man Who Had Everything (1920), Lon Chaney, Sr. in Shadows (1922), and Harry Langdon in, The Strong Man (1926... Read full article

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Retired after marrying a prominent physician in 1928 and never made a talking film.

Sister of actress Marjorie Bonner.

Was personally hired by John Barrymore and contractually signed to appear as his co-star in The Sea Beast (1926). Later, however, she was shocked when it was announced in the press that she was being replaced by gorgeous Dolores Costello, who met the star actor on the studio lot and later married him. Hugely disappointed, Priscilla received her full salary and a kind letter from Barrymore.

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