Saturday, April 25, 2020

Clarine Seymour 100 Years -- April 25, 2020

Washington Times, 25-April-1920
Clarine Seymour dazzled audiences in films like DW Griffith's The Idol Dancer but died after an operation.


Miss Clarine Seymour Appeared Here On Screen Last Week in "The Idol Dancer."

NEW YORK, April 27 -- Miss Clarine Seymour, one of the youngest and most popular motion picture players, died here on Sunday evening following an operation at the Misericordia Hospital from intestinal ailment. The passing of Miss Seymour removes from the motion picture screen an exceptionally talented player, one whose career was just blossoming into a particularly bright future. Her work In "The Girl Who Stayed at Home." "True Heart Susie," "Scarlet Days" and "The Idol Dancer" established her as an actress of unusual charm and beauty. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert V. Seymour, her parents, at New Rochelle, N. Y. Miss Seymour appeared on the screen here last week In "The Idol Dancer," which was featured at the Rialto Theater.

Indiana Daily Times, 02-April-1920

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