Jean Darnell

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Jean Darnell
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Born Jean Jarratt Darnell
Sherman, Texas, U.S.
Died January 20, 1961
Dallas, Texas, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1912–1913

Jean Jarratt Darnell (1889 – January 20, 1961) was an American silent film actress who had a brief career between 1912 and 1913.


Year Film Role
1912 Baby Hands The wife
Conductor 786 The Conductor's Son's Wife
The Voice of Conscience
His Father's Son
Put Yourself in His Place Edith Raby, the Squire's Sister
The Truant's Doom Tim's Teacher
The Thunderbolt The Poor Man's Wife
The Forest Rose Young Pioneer Mother
The Race The Inventor's Mother
1913 A Poor Relation The Widow
His Uncle's Wives
Some Fools There Were The Aunt
The Pretty Girl in Lower Five
The Two Sisters The Older Sister
Cymbeline The Queen
The Woman Who Did Not Care The Witch
The Widow's Stratagem
The Other Girl The Sister
The Farmer's Daughters (1913 film) Grace, the Farmer's Other Daughter

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