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Gretchen Hartman

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Gretchen Hartman
Gretchen Hartman 001.jpg
Motion Picture Magazine, September 1915
Born
Grace Barrett

(1897-08-28)August 28, 1897
DiedJanuary 27, 1979(1979-01-27) (aged 81)
Other namesGreta Arbin
Sonia Markova
Greta Hartman
OccupationActress
Years active1906–1952
Spouse(s)
(m. 1914; died 1950)
Children3, including Alan Hale Jr.

Gretchen Hartman (born Grace Barrett; August 28, 1897 – January 27, 1979) was an American stage and film actress. She is credited on 67 movies, nearly all silent.[citation needed]

Early life

Hartman was born Grace Barrett in Chicago, the daughter of actress Agnes A. Hartman. She was the sister of actress Ruth Hartman, and the aunt of actor Carlyle Blackwell, Jr.

Career

Hartman starred in Broadway plays as a child, starting her career at age nine. She started working in the theater under the name Greta Arbin before making her film debut. Her major roles were in: The Law and the Man (1906-1907),[1] Uncle Tom's Cabin (1907),[2] Mary Jane's Pa (1908–1909),[3] and Sweethearts (1913–1914).[4] She created the role of Mary Jane in Mary Jane's Pa.[5]

She started her film career with roles in short films beginning in 1911, when she starred as Rosalie in the film For the Flag of France. A popular figure in the silent film era, her best known films are Colomba (1915), from the novel by Prosper Mérimée, The Purple Lady (1916), with her husband, Victor Hugo's Les Miserábles (1917), The Bandbox (1919), Bride 13 (1920 serial), His Brothers Keeper (1921), and While Justice Waits (1922).

In 1915, she made a version of the popular novel East Lynne by Mrs. Henry Wood.

In 1917–18 she acted in three films for Fox studios under the name Sonia Markova returning to the name Gretchen Hartman soon after. Besides Sonia Markova, she also used the stage name Greta Hartman.

In the 1920s her career was in decline, and she retired with the advent of sound films. In 1952 she made an uncredited appearance in the film Room for One More.

Marriage and death

In 1914, she married the major film character actor Rufus Edward Mackahan, who used the stage name of Alan Hale Sr., and the couple had three children, one of them the actor Alan Hale Jr., noted for playing "the Skipper" on the television series Gilligan's Island. Hartman died on January 27, 1979, at the age of 81, and is buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California, next to her husband.[citation needed]

Filmography

Gretchen Hartman in Married in Name Only
Gretchen Hartman in Married in Name Only
  • For the Flag of France (1911)
  • The Lost Freight Car (1911)
  • The American Insurrecto (1911)
  • The Cricket on the Hearth (i) (1914)
  • Merely Mother (1914)
  • The Spirit of Jealousy (1914)
  • The First Law (i) (1914)
  • A Woman's Folly (1914)
  • Masks and Faces (1914)
  • The Romance of a Poor Young Man (1914)
  • In Quest of a Story (1914)
  • His Prior Claim (1914)
  • On the Heights (1914)
  • The Third Act (1915)
  • File No. 113 (1915)
  • The Woman Who Paid (1915)
  • Colomba (1915)
  • His Brother's Keeper (i) (1915)
  • The Girl and the Matinee Idol (1915)
  • To Have and to Lose (1915) (unconfirmed)
  • Adam Bede (1915)
  • The Confession (ii) (1915)
  • The Wives of Men (1915)
  • The Smuggler's Ward (1915)
  • A Daughter of Earth (1915)
  • Reapers of the Whirlwind (1915)
  • Jane Eyre (1915)
  • East Lynne (1915)
  • Dora (1915)
  • The Soul of Pierre (1915)
  • The Country Parson (1915)
  • Winning the Widow (1915)
  • Harvest (1915)
  • Between Father and Son (1915)
  • Her Stepchildren (1915)
  • The Tides of Retribution (1915)
  • The Iron Will (1916)
  • His White Lie 1916)
  • Pique (1916)
  • The Guilt of Stephen Eldridge (1916)
  • The Mystery of Orcival (1916)
  • Alias Jimmy Barton (1916)
  • Madelaine Morel (1916)
  • The Man Who Called After Dark (1916)
  • The Larrimore Case (1916)
  • Fit for Burning (1916)
  • The Purple Lady (1916)
  • The Beast (1916)
  • Rolling Stones (1916)
  • The Love Thief (1916)
  • Married in Name Only (1917)
  • The Painted Madonna (1917, as Sonia Markova)
  • Les Misérables (1917, as Sonia Markova)
  • 1918 A Heart's Revenge (1918, as Sonia Markova)
  • The House Without Children (1919)
  • Atonement (1919)
  • The Bandbox (1919)
  • Bride 13 (1920)
  • The Little 'Fraid Lady (1920)
  • His Brother's Keeper (1921)
  • Do and Dare (1922)
  • While Justice Waits (1922)
  • Elsie in New York (1926)
  • She Goes to War (1929, talkie)
  • The Time, the Place and the Girl (1929, talkie)
  • The College Coquette (1929, talkie)
  • Room for One More (1952, uncredited bit part)

References

  1. ^ "The Law and the Man". IBDB. Retrieved December 5, 2016.
  2. ^ "Uncle Tom's Cabin". IBDB. Retrieved December 5, 2016.
  3. ^ "Mary Jane's Pa". IBDB. Retrieved December 5, 2016.
  4. ^ "Sweethearts". IBDB. Retrieved December 5, 2016.
  5. ^ The Green Book Magazine, Volume 2, July 1909: "Mary Jane Herself" by Gretchen Hartman Retrieved June 8 2017

External links

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