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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Alice Russon, from a 1907 publication.

Alice Russon was an Irish actress, singer, and dancer in musical comedies and in silent films.

Early life

Alice Russon was born in Dublin.[1]

Career

On stage, Russon appeared in The Girl from Kay's (1904),[2] Cinderella (1907), The Belle of Mayfair (1907),[3] Mr. George (1907),[4] Little Red Riding Hood (1908),[5] The Arcadians (1911),[6] Ready Money (1912-1913),[7] Something Simple (1916), and Anthony in Wonderland (1917). She was on a variety show bill with Will Rogers headlining, at the Palace Theatre in Oklahoma in 1906.[8] In 1912 and 1913, she was in Australia,[9] where she starred in a pantomime show, Puss in Boots, in Melbourne.[10] A reviewer in Atlanta, Georgia in 1910 described her as "one of the daintiest and most winsome little women who ever trod the land that lies beyond the footlights in Atlanta."[11]

In 1911, while working in San Francisco, California, she submitted a proposal for a "theatorium" at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition to be held in that city in 1915.[12]

British silent films featuring Alice Russon include All Men Are Liars (1919), After Many Days (1918) and Democracy (1918).[13]

Personal life

She married a fellow actor, Vernon Davidson. They had at least one child by 1913.[14][15] She owned a camera and enjoyed taking photos when she was traveling for work.[16]

References

  1. ^ "Miss Russon of 'The Arcadians' is an O'Connor of Dublin" San Francisco Chronicle (February 19, 1911): 23. via Newspapers.comopen access
  2. ^ "Prince's Theatre: The Girl from Kay's" The Guardian (November 22, 1904): 6. via Newspapers.comopen access
  3. ^ "Gaiety Theatre" The Guardian (February 19, 1907): 9. via Newspapers.comopen access
  4. ^ "Mr. George, a Comedy by Louis N. Parker, at the Vaudeville Theatre" Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News (May 18, 1907): 452.
  5. ^ "Little Red Riding Hood" The Observer (December 27, 1908): 7. via Newspapers.comopen access
  6. ^ Edward F. O'Day, "In Arcady and Elsewhere" San Francisco Daily Times (February 19, 1911): 18.
  7. ^ J. P. Wearing, The London Stage 1910-1919: A Calendar of Productions, Performers, and Personnel (Scarecrow Press 2013). ISBN 9780810893009
  8. ^ Richard Irving Dodge and Will Rogers, The Indian Territory Journals of Colonel Richard Irving Dodge (University of Oklahoma Press 2000): 297 note 1. ISBN 9780806132679
  9. ^ Dria, "A Chat with Miss Alice Russon (Principal Girl)" Critic (September 3, 1913): 17. via Troveopen access
  10. ^ C. R. B., "Greenroom Gossip" Punch (December 12, 1912): 42. via Troveopen access
  11. ^ "Arcadian Music Draws Big Crowds to Orpheum" Atlanta Constitution (December 27, 1910): 2.
  12. ^ "Stage Topics" Des Moines Register (April 16, 1911): 22. via Newspapers.comopen access
  13. ^ Denis Gifford, ed., British Film Catalogue: Two Volume Set - The Fiction Film/The Non-Fiction Film (Routledge 2016). ISBN 9781317740629
  14. ^ "Miss Alice Russon" Barrier Miner (September 8, 1913): 8. via Troveopen access
  15. ^ "Fact and Rumour" Punch (February 13, 1913): 26. via Troveopen access
  16. ^ "Alice with her Camera" The Sun (March 16, 1913): 15. via Troveopen access

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