Edith Haldeman

Edith Haldeman (April 17, 1905 October 1984) was an American child actress of the early silent film era. She appeared in 36 films between 1909 and 1916.

She appeared in Native American films such as A Mohawk's Way (1910),[1] and Red Man's View (1909), by D.W. Griffith.[2] She stars along Claire McDowell in His Trust (1911).[3]

Filmography

  • The Memory Mill (1916) as Mrs. Wright
  • A Poor Relation (1915) as Patch
  • The Wop (1913) as Rosie, Luigi's Daughter
  • Loneliness and Love (1913) as The Lonely Little Girl
  • Damages in Full (1913) as Little Stella Ashton
  • The Old Folks' Christmas (1912) as The Dobson Daughter
  • The World Weary Man (1912) as The Little Child
  • Officer One Seven Four (1912) as Officer 174's Little Daughter
  • King the Detective and the Smugglers (1912) as The Girl's Sister
  • The Cruel Stepmother (1912) as The Daughter
  • A Child's Remorse (1912) as Among Children
  • Let No Man Put Asunder (1912) as Doris Stevens - John's Daughter
  • The Lure of the Picture (1912) as Antonio's Little Daughter
  • Billy's Stratagem (1912) as A Settler
  • After Many Years (1912) as Little Ethel Chilton
  • The Baby and the Stork (1912) as The Workman's Daughter
  • The Doll (1911) as The Child (as Edith Hollinand)
  • By Registered Mail (1911) as Ethel - Grantley's Little Daughter
  • A Lonely Little Girl (1911) as The Little Girl
  • His Trust: The Faithful Devotion and Self-Sacrifice of an Old Negro Servant (1911) as The Fraziers' Child
  • The Bolted Door (1911) as Edith - The Child
  • The Two Paths (1911) as One of the Children
  • Two Little Waifs (1910) as One of the Waifs
  • The Iconoclast (1910) as The Worker's Daughter
  • Examination Day at School (1910) as Student
  • In Life's Cycle (1910) as Clara's Child
  • A Mohawk's Way (1910) as Indian Child
  • Little Angels of Luck (1910) as Little Ruth Rose
  • The Final Settlement (1910) as The Child
  • The Cloister's Touch (1910) as The Child
  • The Last Deal (1910) as The Child
  • The Rocky Road (1910) as The Daughter - as a Child
  • A Corner in Wheat (1909) as Woman in Store
  • The Red Man's View (1909) as Indian
  • The Death Disc: A Story of the Cromwellian Period (1909) as The Catholic's Child
  • The Open Gate (1909) as Hetty's Niece - Mary - as a Child
  • The Little Teacher (1909) as Student
  • Wanted, a Child (1909) as Child
  • Leather Stocking (1909) as A Child
  • A Fair Exchange (1909) as The Child

References

  1. Hilger, Michael (16 October 2015). Native Americans in the Movies: Portrayals from Silent Films to the Present. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 231. ISBN 9781442240025.
  2. Riazzoli, Mirko (25 September 2017). A Chronology of the Cinema. Volume 1 From the pioneers to 1960. Youcanprint. p. 199. ISBN 9788892685482.
  3. Bernardi, Daniel; Green, Michael (7 July 2017). Race in American Film: Voices and Visions that Shaped a Nation. ABC-CLIO. p. 417. ISBN 9780313398407.



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