Charles Ashton and British Silent Films

British Silent Film Star – Charles Ashton

Kate Gurney

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A stage actress in the late 1800s, Kate Gurney appeared in a number of silent films from 1919 until 1928.  She also worked as co- Scriptwriter with Frances E. Grant on the 1921film, The Sword of Fate [co-sc]. Source: Women Silent Filmmakers, Luke McKernan http://www.lukemckernan.com/britishsilentwomen_v2.pdf

In 1922, she appeared in The Flight of the King by George Ridgwell for British Colonial Kinematograph company, which had also made The Last King of Wales and The Last Crusade in the same year.

Films with Charles Ashton

Sam’s Boy (1922)

Written by anneramsden

April 28, 2010 at 2:42 pm

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  1. You have misspelt Kate Guerney’s name it should be Gurney. I have seen Bobbie Rudd in both of his films Sam’s Boy and the Skipper’s Wooing and he was very good. Shame no one knows anything about his.

    Janice Healey

    September 10, 2012 at 1:27 pm

    • Many thanks Janice for the correction. I have updated Kate Gurney’s page with the correct spelling.

      anneramsden

      September 13, 2012 at 11:50 am


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