Betty Bouton (September 10, 1891 - ?) was an American actress from Pennsylvania. She appeared in 16 films between 1919 and 1924, with her last film being the Samuel Goldwyn part-Technicolor production Cytherea (1924).
Bouton in Exhibitors Herald, 1920
|Born||September 10, 1891|
Possible date of death
This is speculation. Bouton's participation in the film industry veers off at 1924. Findagrave has an Elizabeth Bouton who died December 9, 1923 and buried in Litchfield County Connecticut. No information on Bouton comes up after 1924. Silent Film Necrology has her marrying actor playwright Arthur Jackson in April 1920 as reported in one of the trade publications. Her 1924 screen credits could be for scenes shot in 1923.
- Heart o' the Hills (1919)
- Three Men and a Girl (1919)
- Daddy-Long-Legs (1919)
- The Final Close-Up (1919)
- A Man's Fight (1919)
- Victory (1919)
- The Hell Ship (1920)
- Don't Ever Marry (1920)
- The Mollycoddle (1920)
- No Trespassing (1922)
- You Can't Get Away with It (1923)
- Enemies of Women (1923)
- Not a Drum Was Heard (1924)
- Cytherea (1924)
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