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Ann Little is a Actor American born on 7 february 1891 at Mount Shasta (USA)

Ann Little

Ann Little
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Birth name Mary H. Brooks
Nationality USA
Birth 7 february 1891 at Mount Shasta (USA)
Death 21 may 1984 (at 93 years) at Los Angeles (USA)

Ann Little (February 7, 1891 – May 21, 1984) was an American film actress whose career was most prolific during the silent film era of the early 1910s through the early 1920s.


Elle épousa Allan Forrest en 1916, dont elle divorça en 1918. Après une carrière bien remplie durant le cinéma muet, elle prêta sa voix au personnage de Betty Boop, jusqu'en 1933. Selon certaines sources, elle fut adepte de la Christian Science sur la fin de sa vie, mais cette affirmation n'a jamais été prouvée.

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Filmography of Ann Little (76 films)

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Dizzy Red Riding-Hood, 6minutes
Directed by Dave Fleischer
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Animation
Themes Musical films
Actors Little Ann Little, Ann Little, Billy Murray
Rating69% 3.4633553.4633553.4633553.4633553.463355
Betty Boop stars in her own version of Little Red Riding Hood. Betty prepares before going to visit her grandmother's house, despite being warned of wolves wandering the woods by the trees. Betty Boop continues through the woods. A hungry wolf spots Betty and follows her with a knife and fork. Bimbo sees the wolf who is about to attack Betty and kills him before he can do any harm to Betty. Bimbo then turns up before Betty at her grandmother's house. Bimbo waits for Betty disguised as the wolf and her grandmother. Betty then turns up inside her grandmother's house and sings "Where'd You Get Those Eyes?" and is then lifted up in the air before Bimbo reveals himself to her.
The Roaring Road
Directed by James Cruze
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Wallace Reid, Ann Little, Theodore Roberts, Guy Oliver, Gustav von Seyffertitz, Clarence Geldart
Roles Dorothy Ward, the Cub
Rating66% 3.342393.342393.342393.342393.34239
As described in a film magazine, "Toodles" Waldron (Reid), an automobile salesman who works for a sporty old automobile distributor J. D. Ward (Roberts), has racing ambitions and is in love with Ward's daughter Dorothy (Little). The old man does not propose to give her up for five years and overreaches in an attempt to stimulate the young man with feigned complaints. They part company, but Ward is in despair when three racing machines are damaged in a train wreck. Toodles buys the wreckage and assembles one complete car with the aid of his mechanic. With this car Toodles wins an important race, and holds up Ward for an increase in pay. There are just a few days left for a record to be broken between Los Angeles and San Francisco, and after Toodles is arrested for speeding, Ward has him released as part of his plot to break this record. Ward kidnaps his own daughter, and Toodles comes to the rescue and breaks the record, and also wins Dorothy.
Believe Me, Xantippe, 50minutes
Directed by Donald Crisp
Origin USA
Genres Romantic comedy, Romance
Themes Films based on plays
Actors Wallace Reid, Ann Little, Ernest Joy, Noah Beery Sr., James Cruze, Winifred Greenwood
Roles Dolly Kamman --(portrayed by Mary Young in the play)