~Mildred Harris~

Born: November 29, 1901 in Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA
Died: July 20, 1944 in Hollywood, California, USA
~The Los Angeles Times~
July 21, 1944
Mildred Harris was a star of the silent screen. She was one of Hollywood's most publicized
figures in the silent days, when she was one of its highest paid stars.

She became Charlie Chaplin's first wife while still a teenager, living with him for five years before
getting a divorce. A baby was born to the comedian and the actress, but died hours after birth.

Harris had begun her career at age 10 and became a child star. She later appeared in Universal's
first all-talking picture, "Melody of Love," which was released in 1928.

— Los Angeles Times July 21, 1944
~Silent Filmography~
The Power of the Press (1928) .... Marie
The Speed Classic (1928) .... Sheila Van Hauten
Lingerie (1928) .... Mary
The Heart of a Follies Girl (1928) .... Florine
Hearts of Men (1928) .... Alice Weston
The Last Lap (1928)
The Adventurous Soul (1927) .... Miriam Martin
Out of the Past (1927) .... Dora Prentiss
Sumuru (1927) .... Helen Graham
... aka The Girl from Rio
The Swell-Head (1927) .... Kitty
She's My Baby (1927) .... Claire Daltour
Burning Gold (1927)
Wolves of the Air (1927) .... Marceline Manning
Wandering Girls (1927) .... Maxine
Husband Hunters (1927) .... Cynthia Kane
One Hour of Love (1927) .... Gwen
Rose of the Bowery (1927)
The Show Girl (1927) .... Maizie Udell
The Cruise of the Jasper B (1926) .... Agatha Fairhaven
The Mystery Club (1926) .... Mrs. Kate Vandeerveer
The Wolf Hunters (1926)
Dangerous Traffic (1926) .... Helen Leonard
The Self Starter (1926)
The Isle of Retribution (1926) .... Lenore Hardenworth
Mama Behave (1926) .... Lolita Chase, Charlie's Wife (B-5)
Soiled (1925) .... Pet Darling
The Unknown Lover (1925) .... Gale Norman
The Fighting Cub (1925)
A Man of Iron (1925) .... Claire Bowdoin
... aka The Iron Man
My Neighbor's Wife (1925) .... Inventor's Wife
Private Affairs (1925) .... Amy Lufkin
Super Speed (1925) .... Claire Knight
... aka Superspeed (USA: poster title)
The Dressmaker from Paris (1925) .... Joan McGregor
Beyond the Border (1925) .... Molly Smith
Flaming Love (1925) .... Chita ... AKA Frivolous Sal
Easy Money (1925) .... Blanche Amory
The Desert Hawk (1924) .... Marie Nicholls
Stepping Lively (1924) .... Evelyn Pendroy, the girl
Unmarried Wives (1924) .... Princess Sonya
In Fast Company (1924) .... Barbara Belden
One Law for the Woman (1924) .... Polly Barnes
Traffic in Hearts (1924) .... Alice Hamilton
By Divine Right (1924) .... The Girl
... aka The Way Men Love
The Shadow of the East (1924) .... Gillian Locke
... aka The Shadow of the Desert (UK)
The Daring Years (1923) .... Susie LaMotte
The Fog (1923) .... Madelaine Theddon
The First Woman (1922) .... The Girl
Fool's Paradise (1921) .... Rosa Duchene
A Prince There Was (1921) .... Katherine Woods
Habit (1921) .... Irene Fletcher
The Woman in His House (1920) (as Mildred Harris Chaplin) .... Hilda
Polly of the Storm Country (1920) (as Mildred Harris Chaplin) .... Polly
The Inferior Sex (1920) (as Mildred Harris Chaplin) .... Allisa Randall
Old Dad (1920) .... Daphne Bretton

Forbidden (1919) .... 'Maddie' Irwin
... aka The Forbidden Box
Home (1919) .... Millicent Rankin
... aka There's No Place Like Home
When a Girl Loves (1919) .... Bess
Borrowed Clothes (1918) .... Mary Kirk
For Husbands Only (1918) .... Toni Wilde
Cupid by Proxy (1918) .... Jane Stewart
The Doctor and the Woman (1918) .... Sidney Page
The Price of a Good Time (1917) .... Linnie
The Cold Deck (1917) .... Alice Leigh
Golden Rule Kate (1917) .... Olive - Kate's sister
Time Locks and Diamonds (1917) .... Lolita Mendoza
An Old Fashioned Young Man (1917)
A Love Sublime (1917) .... Eurydice
The Bad Boy (1917) .... Mary
... aka Bad Boys (USA)
The Americano (1916) .... Stenographer
The Matrimaniac (1916) (uncredited)
The Old Folks at Home (1916) .... Marjorie
Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916) (uncredited) .... Favorite of the Harem
(Babylonian Story)
... aka Intolerance (USA: short title)
... aka Intolerance: A Sun-Play of the Ages (USA: copyright title)
Hoodoo Ann (1916) .... Goldie
The Indian Trapper's Vindication (1915) .... Dorothy King - their Daughter
The Little Lumberjack (1915)
The Choir Boys (1915)
The Old Batch (1915)
A Rightful Theft (1915)
... aka The Rightful Heir (USA: alternative title)
The Absentee (1915) .... Innocence
The Little Soldier Man (1915) .... Mildred
The Little Matchmaker (1915)
Enoch Arden (1915) .... A Child
... aka As Fate Ordained
... aka The Fatal Marriage
The Warrens of Virginia (1915) .... Betty Warren
The Lone Cowboy (1915)
Jimmy (1914)
His Majesty, the Scarecrow of Oz (1914) .... Button-Bright, who is lost and doesn't care
... aka His Majesty, the Scarecrow (USA: review title)
... aka The New Wizard of Oz (USA: new title)
... aka The Scarecrow of Oz (USA: alternative title)
... aka The Wizard of Oz (USA: promotional title)
The Magic Cloak (1914) .... Princess Margaret 'Fluff' of Noland
... aka The Magic Cloak of Oz (USA: alternative title)
... aka The Witch Queen (UK: cut version)
Mildred's Doll (1914) .... Mildred
When America Was Young (1914)
Shorty and the Fortune Teller (1914)
The Sheriff of Bisbee (1914)
A Frontier Mother (1914)
Shadows of the Past (1914)
... aka The Shadow of the Past (USA: copyright title)
The Social Ghost (1914)
The Colonel's Orderly (1914)
Wolves of the Underworld (1914)
The Courtship of O San (1914)
O Mimi San (1914)
Romance of Sunshine Alley (1914)
Borrowed Gold (1913)
Granddad (1913) .... Mildred
The Seal of Silence (1913)
A True Believer (1913)
A Child of War (1913)
The Drummer of the 8th (1913)
The Miser (1913/II)
The Way of a Mother (1913)
The Wheels of Destiny (1913)
A Shadow of the Past (1913)
His Sense of Duty (1912)
His Squaw (1912)
The Frontier Child (1912) .... A Frontier Child
His Nemesis (1912)
The Triumph of Right (1912) .... Their Little Daughter
The Post Telegrapher (1912)
~April 13, 1923~

CHAPLIN LEARNED FROM HER        

~Photo is of Mildred Harris, ex-wife of Charles
Chaplin who stopped off in Chicago today and
had considerable to say regarding the reported
pending marriage between Chaplin and Pola
Negri. She gave it as her opinion that Charlie
had learned so much of women from her that
he would never marry Pola Negri.~
~This portrait of Mildred
Harris was taken by
Hollywood photographer
Nelson Evans. This
Photo was autographed
by Mildred to silent film
vamp Louise Glaum.~
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