~Julanne Johnston~

Born: May 1, 1900 in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Died: December 26, 1988 in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, USA
~Silent Filmography~
Prisoners (1929/I) .... Lenke
The Younger Generation (1929) (uncredited) .... Irma Striker
Synthetic Sin (1929) .... Member of Frank's Gang
Oh Kay! (1928) .... Constance Appleton
The Olympic Hero (1928) .... Mary Brown
... aka The All American (USA: reissue title)
Name the Woman (1928) .... Nina Palmer
The Whip Woman (1928) .... Mme. Haldane
Her Wild Oat (1927) .... Miss Whitley
Good Time Charley (1927) .... Elaine Keene
Die selige Exzellenz (1927) .... Vanda Mekoff
... aka His Late Excellency
Venus of Venice (1927) .... Jean
Twinkletoes (1926) .... Lilac
Dame Chance (1926) .... Gail Vernon
Aloma of the South Seas (1926) .... Sylvia
The Vision (1926)
Pleasures of the Rich (1926) .... Phyliss Worthing
The Big Parade (1925) .... Justine Devereux
Big Pal (1925)
Die Stadt der Versuchung (1925) (as Juliane Johnston)
... aka The City of Temptation (USA)
Garragan (1924)
The Prude's Fall (1924) .... Sonia Roubetsky
... aka Dangerous Virtue (USA)
The Thief of Bagdad (1924) .... The Princess
Tea: With a Kick! (1923) .... Gwen Van Peebles
Madness of Youth (1923) .... The Dancer
The Brass Bottle (1923)
The Young Rajah (1922) ... Dancing Girl
Fickle Women (1920) .... Janie Cullison
Miss Hobbs (1920) .... Millicent Farey
Seeing It Through (1920) .... Janice Wilson

Better Times (1919)
Youth (1917) (uncredited) .... Bit Role
~Biography~
In films from the age of 18, former dancer Julanne Johnston hit her stride as a leading lady in the
1920s. Her most famous screen role was as the ravishingly beautiful princess in Douglas Fairbanks'
spectacular The Thief of Baghdad (1924). Thereafter, her career declined, and by the time the talkie
era rolled around she was appearing in bits and extra roles. Retiring at the age of 35, Julanne
Johnston lived to be 89.

Biography by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com
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