Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Silent Film Actress Gypsy Abbott 1952 Holy Cross Cemetery

Gypsy Abbott (January 31, 1896 – July 25, 1952) was an American silent film actress.

Gypsy Abbott and Crane Wilbur in Vengeance is Mine 


Before entering films, Gypsy Abbott performed for a number of years on stage and in vaudeville. She began with E. H. Sothern's repertoire company and later played Flora Belle Fry in a road production of George M. Cohan's Little Johnny Jones.[1] She was married to director Henry King and was sometimes credited as Gypsie Abbott.

She is buried in the Grotto Section at Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, California.


Gypsy Abbott and Crane Wilbur in Vengeance is Mine (1916)
The Path of Sorrow (1913)
Called Back (1914)
The Key to Yesterday (1914)
The Man Who Could Not Lose (1914)
St. Elmo (1914)
Who Pays? (1915)
Beulah (1915)
For the Commonwealth (1915)
Letters Entangled (1915)
The Fruit of Folly (1915)
Vengeance Is Mine! (1916)
For Ten Thousand Bucks (1916)
Bungling Bill's Dress Suit (1916)
Some Liars (1916)
Her Luckless Scheme (1916)
Going to the Dogs (1916)
Rolling to Ruin (1916)
Paste and Politics (1916)
A Touch of High Life (1916)
Her Painted Pedigree (1916)
Bungling Bill's Bow-Wow (1916)
Lost, Strayed or Stolen (1916)
With or Without (1916)
The Wicked City (1916)
Shot in the Fracas (1916)
Jealous Jolts (1916)
A Lislebank(1917)
A Circus Cyclone (1917)
The Musical Marvel (1917)
The Butcher's Nightmare (1917)
A Studio Stampede (1917)
His Bogus Boast (1917)
When Ben Bolted (1917)
Lorelei of the Sea (1917)


1. Who's Who in the Film World - edited by Fred C. Justice and Tom R. Smith – 1914 - pg. 29, Film World Publishing

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