The Maude Fealy Postcard Gallery

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Click on title of play or film to see pictures of Maude in that role (where linked).
This is a far from complete list of her parts, I am still working my way through them. Any further information would be welcomed.

PLAYS

Play Title Part Years Source
Faust and Marguerite An angel 1886 5
East Lynn little Willie 1888? 5
Rip Van Winkle Memie 1888? 5
Master and Man Little Jack 1891-1892 6
La Mascotte unknown 1892? 5
Romeo & Juliet Juliet 1898 2,5
Quo Vadis Eunice 1899-1900 2,5
My Lady Dainty Jemima Jeffrey 1900? 5
The Royal Family Princess Angela 1901? 5
The Masked Ball Susanne 1901? 5
Frou Frou Gilberte 1901? 5
The Little Minister Lady Babbie 1900-2 5
The Christian Glory Quayle 1900? 5
Sherlock Holmes Alice Faulkner 1901-1902 1,2,5
Hearts Courageous Anne Tillotson 1902 1,5
That Man & I unknown 1902 1,5
The Professor's Love Story Lucy White 1902 5
David Garrick Ada Ingot 1902? 5
The Middleman Mary Blenkarn 1902 5
The Cardinal (aka El Cardenal) Filiberta 1902? 5
Becket Rosamund de Clifford 1902-1905  
Louis XI Marie 1902-1905  
The Lyons Mail Julie 1902-1905  
Waterloo Norah Brewster 1902-1905  
Hamlet Ophelia pre-1905 3
Barbara Freitchie unknown 190?  
When Knighthood Was in Flower unknown 190?  
Glorious Betty unknown 190?  
All For Her unknown 190?  
Merely Mary Ann unknown 190?  
Dorothy Vernon unknown 190?  
Peter Pan unknown 190?  
The Stronger Sex unknown 1908 1,4
Divorce unknown 1909  

Sources for play information:
1)  "The Burr McIntosh Monthly" 1905, 1909.
2)  "The Saturday Evening Post, Philadelphia" 1901.
3)  "Complete Works of William Shakespeare", David McKay Co. 1927.
4)  "The New Broadway Magazine" 1908.
5)  Maude Fealy biography 1902 (Smith-Brooks Co., Denver)
6)  "The New York Dramatic Mirror" 1891.

 

FILMS

Film title Part Year Source
David Copperfield (i) unknown 1911 1,2
East Lynn unknown 1912 1
Aurora Floyd unknown 1912 1,2
King Rene's Daughter unknown 1913 1,2,3,6
Little Dorrit unknown 1913 2,3
Moths Vere 1913 1,2,3,6
The Legend of Provence Sister Angela 1913 1,2
An Orphan's Romance unknown 1913 2,6
Frou Frou Frou Frou 1914 1,2,3,5
The Runaway Princess The Princess 1914 2,3,5,6
The Woman Pays (ii) unknown 1914 1,2,3,5,6
The Golden Cross unknown 1914 1,2,3,6
Kathleen, The Irish Rose unknown 1914 1,2,3,6
The Musician's Daughter unknown 1914 2,3
Pamela Congreve (aka Pamela's Past) unknown 1914 1,2,3
Was She Right In Forgiving Him? (aka Should She Forgive Him?) unknown 1914 1,2,3
Remorse unknown 1914 2
Deborah Deborah 1914 1,2
Crossed Wires (aka A Telephone Tragedy) unknown 1915 1
The Adventures of Florence unknown 1915 1
The Duel in the Dark unknown 1915 1
Dot on the Day Line Boat unknown 1915 1
Bondwomen Norma Ellis 1915 1
The Final Reckoning unknown 1915 1
The Average Woman unknown 1916 4
The Immortal Flame Ada Forbes 1916 1
The American Consul Joan Kitwell 1917 1
Laugh and Get Rich Miss Teasdale 1931 1
Smashing the Vice Trust unknown 1937 1
Race Suicide (aka Victims of Passion and What Price Passion) unknown 1937 1
The Buccaneer (uncredited) Wife 1938 1,3
Bulldog Drummond's Peril (uncredited) Woman answering door 1938 1
Union Pacific (uncredited) Woman 1939 1,3
Emergency Squad (uncredited) Mother 1940 1
Seventeen (uncredited) Woman Driver 1940 1
Gaslight (aka Murder in Thornton Square) (uncredited) Woman on street 1944 1
The Unfaithful (uncredited) Old Maid in Montage 1947 1
A Double Life (uncredited) Woman in audience 1947 1
The Ten Commandments Woman at well / Voice overs 1956 1,2,3

Maude Fealy is reputed to have played a part in every talking movie Cecil B. DeMille made.  If this is the case then a few more films can be added to this list.

I would love to see these movies, if anyone has access to a copy!  I do have 'Bulldog Drummond's Peril', 'Gaslight', "A Double Life" and 'The Ten Commandments' which are all available on DVD.

Notes:
(i) Also released in three parts with separate titles: "The Early Life of David Copperfield", "Little Em'ly and David Copperfield", "The Loves of David Copperfield ".
(ii) Written by Maude Fealy.

Sources for film information:
1)  Internet Movie Database
2)  Thanhouser Company Film Preservation, Inc
3)  "Films in Review" 1972, 1975.
4)  "The New York Dramatic Mirror" 1915.
5)  "Motion Picture Magazine" 1914.
6)  "Pictures and the Picturegoer" 1914.