Clara Williams

Portrait of Clara Williams<br>by Albert Witzel, 1917 Clara Williams (May 3, 1888 – May 8, 1928) was an American silent film actress. Along with Louise Glaum and Dorothy Dalton, she was one of the principal leading ladies at Inceville, one of the first motion picture studios to make feature films in Los Angeles. Williams appeared in more than one hundred films between 1910 and 1918, including starring roles in ''The Italian'' and William S. Hart's western, ''Hell's Hinges'', both of which are included in the National Film Registry. When she married director Reginald Barker at age 31, she retired from acting. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Buckley, David I., Ansari, Mohammed, Butler, Mary, Williams, Clara
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by O'Connor, Elizabeth A., Gaynes, Bradley N., Burda, Brittany U., Williams, Clara.
Published 2013
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