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Jackie Saunders

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Jackie Saunders
Jackie Saunders 1919.jpg
Saunders in 1919
Anna Jackal

October 6, 1892
DiedJuly 14, 1954(1954-07-14) (aged 61)
Other namesJacqueline Saunders
Years active1911–1925
Spouse(s)Elwood D. Horkheimer (1916–1920) 1 daughter
J. Ward Cohen (1927–1951) 1 daughter

Jackie Saunders (born Anna Jackal;[1] October 6, 1892 – July 14, 1954) was an American silent screen actress who was one of the major players and stars of Balboa Films.

Early years

She was born Anna Jackal in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


Before joining Balboa in 1914 at age 21, she had been a model and Orpheum Stock Company theater player. She starred in many of Balboa's films during its existence as a film-producing company. In the 1920s and after Balboa folded, she appeared in productions produced by William Fox, Metro Pictures, Lewis J. Selznick, Thomas H. Ince and B. P. Schulberg.

Films that Saunders made for Mutual achieved enough success in Australia that in 1919 a group of businessmen from that country tried to persuade her to make films there.[2]

Her last known film credit was in 1925.

Personal life

Saunders was married to Elwood D. Horkheimer[3] from 1916 to 1920; and they had a daughter, Jacqueline. In 1927 she married J. Ward Cohen. They were wed until his death in 1951 and had a daughter, Mary Ann, who became an actress.


Saunders died in Palm Springs, California and was buried at the Welwood Murray cemetery in Palm Springs.[citation needed]

Selected filmography

The Flirting Bride (1916)
The Flirting Bride (1916)


  1. ^ Waggoner, Linda M. (November 2019). Starring Red Wing!: The Incredible Career of Lilian M. St. Cyr, the First Native American Film Star. U of Nebraska Press. p. 168. ISBN 978-1-4962-1811-7. Retrieved August 21, 2020.
  2. ^ "They're after her". The Anaconda Standard. Montana, Anaconda. March 16, 1919. p. 38. Retrieved August 21, 2020 – via
  3. ^ Jura, Jean-Jacques; Bardin, Rodney Norman II (13 August 2015). Balboa Films: A History and Filmography of the Silent Film Studio. McFarland. p. 118. ISBN 978-1-4766-0901-0. Retrieved August 21, 2020.

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