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Betty Blythe
Betty Blythe Witzel.jpg
Blythe, c. 1920
Born
Elizabeth Blythe Slaughter

(1893-09-01)September 1, 1893
DiedApril 7, 1972(1972-04-07) (aged 78)
OccupationActress
Years active1916–1964
Spouse(s)
(m. 1919; died 1954)

Betty Blythe (born Elizabeth Blythe Slaughter;[1] September 1, 1893 – April 7, 1972) was an American actress best known for her dramatic roles in exotic silent films such as The Queen of Sheba (1921). She appeared in 63 silent films and 56 talkies over the course of her career.[2]

Early life

She was born Elizabeth Blythe Slaughter in Los Angeles, where she attended Westlake School for Girls, and the University of Southern California.[3] Betty had already shortened her name to Betty Blythe when she and three other women posed for a photo shoot of the newest swim fashion for women, a bathing suit. Prior to then, women were expected to wear stockings with full dresses or skirts into the water.[4]

Career

Still (left to right) of Melbourne MacDowell, Lon Chaney and Blythe in Nomads of the North, 1920
Still (left to right) of Melbourne MacDowell, Lon Chaney and Blythe in Nomads of the North, 1920

Blythe began her stage work in such theatrical pieces as So Long Letty and The Peacock Princess.[5] She worked in vaudeville as the "California Nightingale" singing songs such as "Love Tales from Hoffman".

In 1915, she had an unbilled part in Bella Donna for Famous Players Film Company. After her first Vitagraph Studios role in the 1917 vehicle, she was given a leading role in the studio's 1918 film A Game With Fate.[6]

As famous for her revealing costumes as for her dramatic skills, she became a star in such exotic films as The Queen of Sheba (1921) (in which she wore nothing above the waist except a string of beads),[7] Chu-Chin-Chow (made in 1923; released by MGM in the US 1925) and She (1925). She was also seen to good advantage in less revealing films like Nomads of the North (1920) with Lon Chaney and In Hollywood with Potash and Perlmutter (1924), produced by Samuel Goldwyn.Other roles were as an opera star, unbilled in Garbo's The Mysterious Lady. She continued to work as a character actress. One of her last roles was a small uncredited role in a crowd scene in 1964's My Fair Lady.[7]

Personal life

Blythe was married to the movie director Paul Scardon from 1919 until his death in 1954. She reportedly made $3,500,000 when she sold a section of land that is now part of the Sunset Strip.[2] She lost her fortune in the 1929 stock market crash.[2] She died of a heart attack in Woodland Hills, California in 1972, aged 78. She is buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California.[8]

Awards and memorials

For her contributions to the film industry, Betty Blythe has a motion pictures star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame located at 1708 Vine Street.[9]

Her name lives on through the Betty Blythe Vintage Tea Room in West Kensington, London, England.[10]

Gallery

Filmography

Film credits of Betty Blythe
Year Title Role Studio/notes Ref(s)
1915 Bella Donna dancer (uncredited) Famous Players Film Company
1917 His Own People Lady Mary Thorne Vitagraph Studios [11]
1918 A Game With Fate Elaine Huntington Vitagraph [12]
1918 A Mother's Sin Lady Fitzpatrick Vitagraph [13]
1918 Over the Top Madame Arnot Vitagraph [14]
1918 The Little Runaway Eileen Murtagh Vitagraph [15]
1918 The Green God Muriel Temple Vitagraph [16]
1918 The King of Diamonds Lucille Bennett Vitagraph [17]
1918 Tangled Lives Hilda Howland Vitagraph [18]
1918 The Business of Life Elena Clydesdale Vitagraph [19]
1918 All Man Belle Foliot Vitagraph [20]
1918 Hoarded Assets Claire Dawson Vitagraph [21]
1918 Miss Ambition Edith Webster Vitagraph [22]
1919 The Undercurrent Mariska Select Pictures [23]
1919 Silent Strength Ruth Madison Vitagraph [24]
1919 Beauty-Proof Carol Thorpe Vitagraph [25]
1919 Beating the Odds Hebe Norse Vitagraph [26]
1919 Fighting Destiny Caryl Rundlege Vitagraph [27]
1919 The Man Who Won Barbara Le Moyne Vitagraph [28]
1919 Dust of Desire Corrinne Torrence Vitagraph [29]
1920 Occasionally Yours Bunny Winston L. J. Gasnier Productions [30]
1920 The Third Generation Helen Van Dusen Brentwood Film Corporation [31]
1920 The Silver Horde Mildred Wayland Eminent Authors Pictures, Inc. [32]
1920 Burnt Wings Helen Universal Films [33]
1920 Nomads of the North Nanette Roland James Oliver Curwood Productions Inc. [34]
1921 The Truant Husband Vera Delauney Rockett Film Corp. [35]
1921 Just Outside the Door Gloria Wheaton Weber Productions [36]
1921 The Queen of Sheba The Queen of Sheba Fox Film [37]
1921 Mother o' Mine Fan Baxter Thomas H. Ince Productions [38]
1921 Charge It Millie Garreth Equity Pictures [39]
1922 The Darling of the Rich Cast member B.B. Productions [40]
1922 His Wife's Husband Olympia Brewster Pyramid Pictures [41]
1922 How Women Love Rosa Roma B.B. Productions [42]
1922 Fair Lady Countess Margherita Bennett Pictures Corp. [43]
1923 Chu-Chin-Chow Zahrat MGM [44]
1923 The Truth About Wives Helen Frazer B. B. Productions [45]
1923 Sinner or Saint Mademoiselle Iris B. B. Productions [46]
1923 The Darling of the Rich Charmion Winship B. B. Productions [47]
1924 Southern Love Dolores Graham-Wilcox Productions [48]
1924 The Breath of Scandal Sybil Russell B. P. Schulberg Productions [49]
1924 The Spitfire Jean Bronson Murray W. Garsson Productions [50]
1924 The Recoil Norma Selbee Goldwyn Pictures [51]
1924 The Folly of Vanity Mrs. Ridgeway Fox Film [52]
1924 In Hollywood with Potash and Perlmutter Rita Sismondi Goldwyn [53]
1925 Speed Mary Whipple Banner Productions [54]
1925 She Ayesha Reciprocity Films [55]
1925 Percy Lolita Thomas H. Ince Productions [56]
1926 Mother's Boy Cast member [57]
1926 Le Puits de Jacob Cast member [58]
1927 Snowbound Julia Barry Tiffany-Stahl Productions [59]
1927 Eager Lips Paula Chadwick Pictures [60]
1927 The Girl from Gay Paree Mademoiselle Fanchon Tiffany-Stahl Productions [61]
1927 A Million Bid Mrs. Gordon Warner Bros. [62]
1928 Domestic Troubles Cast member [63]
1928 Sisters of Eve Mrs. Wenham Gardner Trem Carr [64]
1928 Glorious Betsy Princess Fredericka Warner Bros. [65]
1928 Into No Man's Land The Countess Excellent Pictures Corp. [66]
1928 The Mysterious Lady MGM [67]
1931 Stars of Yesterday Archive footage Vitaphone [68]
1932 Tom Brown of Culver Dolores Delight Universal [69]
1932 Lena Rivers Mrs. Mathilda Nichols Tiffany Productions [70]
1932 Back Street (unknown) Universal [71]
1933 Pilgrimage Janet Prescot Fox Film [72]
1933 Only Yesterday Mrs. Vincent Universal [69]
1934 Two Heads on a Pilow Mrs. Walker Liberty Pictures [73]
1934 The Scarlet Letter Innkeeper Larry Darmour Productions [74]
1934 A Girl of the Limberlost Mrs. Parker, "The Bird Woman" Monogram Pictures [75]
1934 Money Means Nothing Mrs. Ferris Monogram Pictures [76]
1934 Night Alarm Elizabeth Van Dusen Larry Darmour Productions [77]
1934 Badge of Honor Mrs. Van Alstyne Mayfair Pictures [78]
1934 Ever Since Eve Mrs. Vandegrift Fox Film [79]
1934 I've Been Around (unknown) Universal Pictures [80]
1935 Anna Karenina (unknown) MGM [81]
1935 The Spanish Cape Mystery Mrs. Godfrey Liberty Pictures [82]
1935 Cheers of the Crowd Lil Langdon Walton Monogram Pictures [83]
1935 The Fighting Lady Mrs. Hanford Fanchon Royer Pictures [84]
1935 The Perfect Clue Ursula Chesebrough Larry Darmour Productions [85]
1935 Western Courage Mrs. Hanley Columbia Pictures
Larry Darmour Productions
[86]
1936 It's Up to You Martha Raphael G. Wolff, Inc. [87]
1936 Murder at Glen Athol Ann Randel Invincible Pictures  [88]
1936 Rainbow on the River Flower buyer Principal Productions, Inc. [89]
1936 Yours for the Asking Society woman Paramount [90]
1936 The Gorgeous Hussy Mrs. Wainwright MGM [91]
1937 Conquest Princess Mirska (uncredited) MGM [92]
1937 Espionage Passenger MGM [93]
1937 Topper Mrs. Goodrich (uncredited) [94]
1938 Hold That Kiss (unknown) MGM [95]
1938 Gangster's Boy Mrs. Davis Monogram Pictures [96]
1938 Romance of the Limberlost Mrs. Parker Monogram Pictures [97]
1938 Delinquent Parents Mrs. Wharton Progressive Pictures [98]
1938 Man-Proof Country club woman MGM [99]
1938 Little Tough Guys in Society (unknown) Universal Studios [100]
1939 The Women Mrs. South (uncredited) MGM [101]
1940 Earl of Puddlestone Millicent Potter-Potter Republic Pictures [102]
1940 Misbehaving Husbands Effie Butler Producers Releasing Corporation [103]
1941 Our Wife (unknown) Columbia Pictures [104]
1941 Tuxedo Junction Miss Hornblower Republic Pictures [105]
1941 Honky Tonk Mrs. Wilson MGM [106]
1941 Federal Fugitives Marcia Producers Releasing Corporation [107]
1941 Top Sergeant Mulligan Mrs. Lewis Monogram Productions [108]
1941 The Miracle Kid Madam Gloria John T. Coyle Productions [109]
1942 Two Yanks in Trinidad (unkniown) Columbia Pictures [110]
1942 Dawn on the Great Divide Mrs. Elmira Corkle Monogram Productions [111]
1942 Freckles Comes Home Mrs. Potter Monogram Productions [112]
1942 House of Errors Mrs. Martha Randall Producers Releasing Corporation [113]
1942 Yokel Boy Reporter Republic Pictures [114]
1943 Presenting Lily Mars Dowager MGM [115]
1943 Mr. Muggs Steps Out Margaret Morgan Monogram Pictures [116]
1943 Sarong Girl Miss Ellsworth Monogram Productions [117]
1943 Bar 20 Mrs. Stevens Harry Sherman Productions [118]
1943 Spotlight Scandals Mrs. Baker Banner Productions [119]
1943 Girls in Chains Mrs. Grey Atlantis Picture Corporation [120]
1944 The Chinese Cat Mrs. Manning Monogram Pictures [121]
1944 Where Are Your Children? Mrs. Cheston Monogram Pictures [122]
1945 Her Highness and the Bellboy Diplomat's Wife (uncredited) MGM [123]
1945 Abbott and Costello in Hollywood Mrs. Murdock MGM [124]
1945 Docks of New York Mrs. Darcy Monogram Pictures [125]
1945 Love, Honor and Goodbye wife Republic Pictures [126]
1945 They Were Expendable Officer's Wife (uncredited) MGM [127]
1945 Adventure Mrs. Buckley (uncredited) MGM [128]
1946 Undercurrent Saleslady (uncredited) MGM [129]
1946 The Undercover Woman Cissy Van Horn Republic Pictures [130]
1946 A Fig Leaf for Eve Lavinia Sardham Carey Westen Corp [131]
1946 Joe Palooka, Champ Mrs. Stafford Monogram Pictures [132]
1946 The Hoodlum Saint (unknown) MGM [133]
1946 The Kid from Brooklyn Mrs. LeMoyne's friend (uncredited) Samuel Goldwyn Productions [134]
1946 The Postman Always Rings Twice Customer (uncredited) MGM [135]
1947 Jiggs and Maggie in Society Mrs. Vacuum Monogram Productions [136]
1947 Song of Love Lady with Opera Glasses (uncredited) MGM [137]
1947 The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Floor Manager (uncredited) Samuel Goldwyn Productions [138]
1948 Cass Timberlane Nurse (uncredited) MGM [139]
1948 Letter from an Unknown Woman Frau Kohner (uncredited) Republic Pictures [140]
1948 Madonna of the Desert Mrs. Brown Republic Pictures [141]
1948 Luxury Liner Miss Fenmoor MGM [142]
1949 The Barkleys of Broadway Guest in lobby MGM [143]
1949 Jiggs and Maggie in Jackpot Jitters Mrs. Van Belden Monogram Productions [144]
1950 Jiggs and Maggie Out West Society Woman (uncredited) Monogram Productions [145]
1951 Hollywood Story Self Universal Pictures [146]
1955 The Lonesome Trail Mrs. Wells L & B Productions [147]
1956 Lust for Life Dowager (uncredited) MGM [148]
1957 The Helen Morgan Story Party Guest (uncredited) Warner Bros. [149]
1964 My Fair Lady Lady at Ball (uncredited) Warner Bros. [150]
Television
Year Title Role Network/notes Ref(s)
1952 Racket Squad Mrs. Burton 1 episode, CBS [151]
1958 The Lineup Mrs. DeSues 1 episode, CBS [152]

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External links

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