~Ethel Shannon~

Born: May 22, 1898 in Colorado, USA
Died:
July 10, 1951 (age 53) in Hollywood, California, USA
~Filmography~
Stars Over Broadway (1938) ... Woman (uncredited)

Life in Hollywood No. 7 (Short) (1927)
Through Thick and Thin (1927) ... Ruth Morris
Babe Comes Home (1927) ... Georgia
The Buckaroo Kid (1926) ... Lyra Radigan
The Silent Power (1926) ... Olive Spencer
The High Flyer (1926) ... Winnie
Oh, Baby! (1926) ... Mary Bond
The Sign of the Claw (1926) ... Mildred Bryson
Keep Going (1926)
The Speed Limit (1926) ... Bess Stanson
Danger Quest (1926) ... Nan Colby
The Phantom Express (1925) ... Nora Lane
High and Handsome (1925) ... Marie Ducette
The Texas Trail (1925) ... Betty Foster
Speed Wild (1925) ... Mary Bryant
Stop Flirting (1925) ... Marjorie Leeds
Charley's Aunt (1925) ... Ela Delahay
Lightning Romance (1924) ... Lila Grandon
So This Is Paris (Short) (1924)
Fight and Win (1924)
Riders Up (1924) ... Norah Ryan, The Fiddlin' Doll
Maytime (1923) ... Ottilie Van Zandt
Daughters of the Rich (1923) ... Mademoiselle Giselle
The Girl Who Came Back (1923) ... Belle Bryant
Playing Double (1923)
The Hero (1923) ... Hilda Pierce
Man's Law and God's (1922) ... Kitty Roshay
Top o' the Morning (1922) ... Katherine Vincent
Watch Him Step (1922) ... Dorothy Travers
The Hope Diamond Mystery (1921) ... Lady Francis Hale
An Old Fashioned Boy (1920) ... Betty Graves
Beware of the Bride (1920) ... Dolly Hays
The Breath of the Gods (1920) ... Gwendolyn
A Master Stroke (1920) ... Undetermined Role
Roarin' Dan (Short) (1920) ... Susy

John Petticoats (1919) ... Rosalie Andre
Easy to Make Money (1919) ... Katherine Fowler
~Biography~
A 1923 WAMPAS Baby Star, raven-haired American silent screen actress Ethel Shannon reclined in a
luxurious DeMillian bathtub in Daughters of the Rich (1923), winning the approval of male audiences
everywhere. But usually Shannon was found in more strenuous circumstances, performing yeoman duty
opposite such cowboy stars as Hoot Gibson and Harry Carey. She appeared opposite the latter in The
Texas Trail (1925) and the New York Times proclaimed her "one of the best leading women for this kind
of photoplay." Despite good reviews like this Shannon left films in 1927 to marry publicist Joe Jackson.
She returned to the screen after Jackson's tragic death by drowning in 1934, but only obtained work as
an extra.

Biography by Hans J. Wollstein, AllMovie.com
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