Alice Calhoun

Alice Calhoun


Alice Calhoun
Film: North side of the 6800 block of Hollywood Boulevard
Born Alice Beatrice Calhoun on Nov. 24, 1900 in Cleveland, Ohio
Died June 3, 1966 of cancer in Los Angeles, CA

A brunet beauty and one of the most popular actresses of the silent screen era, Alice Calhoun worked primarily for Vitagraph and Warner Bros. from 1918 to 1934.

She had her first opportunity before the camera in 1918 in "How Could You, Caroline?" which starred Bessie Love.

In 1919, Calhoun appeared in "The Thirteenth Chair" with Creighton Hale. This was her first Vitagraph feature.

She starred with Corinne Griffith in several Vitagraph films before becoming a star in her own right.

Calhoun's many films include "Princess Jones" (1921), "The Girl in His Room" (1922) with costar Warner Baxter, "The Midnight Alarm" (1923), "The Man on the Box" (1925), "The Everlasting Whisper" (1925) with Tom Mix and many more.

Calhoun's last film was her first talking picture — "Now I'll Tell," which starred Spencer Tracy and Helen Twelvetrees.

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