Jacqueline Gadsden

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Jacqueline Gadsden (Jane Daly) prepared for a scene in The Mysterious Island

Jacqueline Gadsden (August 3, 1900 – August 10, 1986) was an American film actress during the silent era. Born in Lompoc, California to Gerald F and Jessie H (Salter) Gadsden, she is probably best known to modern audiences at the wealthy, haughty other woman in the Clara Bow vehicle It (1927). She married William Harry Dale (1900 - 1975) about 1924. She made two films in 1929 under the name Jane Daly, and retired shortly after that. She died in San Marcos, California.

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  1. ^ St. Petersburg Times August 5. 1928 p 12. Web. April 2. 2014. Gadsden's participation in this film is unconfirmed.
  2. ^ Montreal Gazette July 28. 1928 p 10. Web. April 13. 2014
  3. ^ St. Petersburg Times January 13. 1929 p 7. Web. April 13. 2014. Gadsden is listed under her original name in this review, but is credited as Jane Daly in the film.

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