Maxine Elliott Hicks
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|Maxine Elliott Dodge|
|Born||October 5, 1904
Denver, Colorado, U.S.
|Died||January 10, 2000
San Clemente, California, U.S.
Maxine Elliott Dodge (October 5, 1904 – January 10, 2000) was an American actress. Hicks was born in Denver, Colorado, and began appearing in plays in New York City at age 5. As Maxine Hicks, she was a starlet of the silent film era, with over 200 credited and uncredited roles between 1914 and 1937. Her most famous roles were as Felice, the daughter of Ethel Barrymore's character in the 1917 version of The Eternal Mother, and the nemesis Susie May Squoggs in The Poor Little Rich Girl. In 1937, she left acting when she and her mother got into a dispute with Jack Warner of Warner Bros. studio. After a decades-long hiatus, she returned to acting in her 70s as Maxine Elliott, with bit parts in television shows such as All in the Family and Just the Ten of Us and movies such as Defending Your Life.
|1991||The Linguini Incident||Old Woman|
|Defending Your Life||Elderly Woman on Tram|
|1990||Nerds of a Feather||150 year old woman|
|1984||Hollywood Hot Tubs||Sylvia|
|1937||The Toast of New York||Mother||uncredited|
|1936||Ladies in Love||Girl in Audience||uncredited|
|1934||One Hour Late||Elsie Kelsey||uncredited|
|The Old Fashioned Way||Waitress||uncredited|
|1929||Navy Blues||Girl in Sweatshop||uncredited|
|The Thundering Herd||Sally Hudnall|
|1924||The Age of Innocence|
|Through the Dark|
|The Midnight Alarm||Aggie|
|East Side - West Side||Kit Lamson|
|Nobody's Kid||Pinky Moore|
|1920||The Gilded Dream||Hicks|
|The County Fair|
|1919||The Right to Happiness||Undetermined Role|
|An Innocent Adventuress|
|1917||The Poor Little Rich Girl||Susie May Squoggs|
|The Crimson Dove||Minnie Zugg|
|Mary Jane's Pa|
|The Eternal Mother||Felice|
|The Little Duchess||Sophia Dawson|
|1994||Thunder Alley||Older Woman|
|Growing Pains||Elderly Woman on Plane|
|1988-1990||Just the Ten of Us||Sister Ethel||14 episodes|
|1985||Diff'rent Strokes||Mrs. Gail|
|1983||Happy||Mrs. Fisher||TV Movie|
|1981||It's a Living||Lady at Piano|
|1980||Hello, Larry||Mrs. Simpson|
|1979||The Jeffersons||Woman Picketer #1|
|1976||All in the Family||Mrs. Bradley|
|1914||The Borrowed Finery||Dolly|
- Oliver, Myrna (21 January 2000). "Maxine Hicks; Career Spanned Silents, TV". Retrieved 17 May 2015.
- "Maxine Elliott Hicks, silent screen actress, dies at 95". Journal Times.com (Associated Press). 22 January 2000. Retrieved 17 May 2015.
- Associated Press (2000-01-21). "Maxine Elliott Hicks; silent-screen actress". Reading Eagle.
- Maxine Elliott Hicks at the Internet Movie Database
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