Emma Bell Clifton

Emma Bell Clifton (1874-1922) was a screenwriter during the silent film era in the United States. She wrote for various studios including Vitagraph and Universal Studios. Emma Clifton Bucci was her daughter.[1]

Her husband was screenwriter Wallace C. Clifton.[2] She died in Los Angeles on August 3, 1922, after a heart attack. She was survived by her husband, and her daughter Emma Clifton Bucci.[3][4][5]

Screenwriter

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  3. (4 August 1922). Emma Bell Clifton Dies in Los Angeles, The Morning Telegraph, p. 3, col. 5 ("She was the wife of Wallace Clifton, also a scenario writer.")
  4. "Mr. Suicide: Henry Pathé Lehrman and The Birth of Silent Comedy". BearManor Media. May 27, 2017 via Google Books.
  5. (19 August 1922). Deaths in the Profession, Billboard
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  7. Within Our Gates: Ethnicity in American Feature Films, 1911-1960. University of California Press. Jan 19, 1997. ISBN 9780520209640 via Google Books.
  8. "Catalogue of Copyright Entries: Pamphlets, leaflets, contributions to newspapers or periodicals, etc.; lectures, sermons, addresses for oral delivery; dramatic compositions; maps; motion pictures. Part 1, group 2". U.S. Government Printing Office. Jan 19, 1920 via Google Books.
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