Paula Blackton

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Paula Blackton
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Paula Blackton, c. 1912
BornAugust 1, 1881
Georgia, United States
DiedMarch 27, 1930
Los Angeles, California, United States
OccupationActress, director

Paula Blackton (Paula Hilburn) also known as Paula Dean (August 1, 1881 – March 27, 1930) was a silent-screen actress and film director.

Filmography[edit]

  • The Littlest Scout (1919)
  • The Diary of a Puppy (1917)
  • The Fairy Godfather (1917)
  • Satin and Calico (1917)
  • A Spring Idyl (1917)
  • The Collie Market (1917)
  • The Little Strategist (1917)

Director[edit]

  • The Littlest Scout (1919)

Writer[edit]

  • The Littlest Scout (1919)

Family[edit]

In 1906 she married director and producer J. Stuart Blackton. They had two children, Violet Virginia Blackton (1910–1965) and Charles Stuart Blackton (1914–2007), both of whom became film actors, and featured in their mother's productions.[1]

Death[edit]

Paula Blackton died of cancer. She is buried at Hollywood Forever Cemetery.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Orman, Felix (July 16, 1921). "So This Is London!". The Motion Picture Studio. 1: 19 – via Internet Archive.

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