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Florence Turner’s height is 4ft 10in (1.47 m)

Florence Turner was a 4’10″ American actress, who became known as the “Vitagraph Girl” in early silent films.

Florence Turner

Best Known For Movie: College
Born: January 6, 1885, New York City, New York, United States
Filmography: Whistling in Brooklyn (1943), Thousands Cheer (1943), One Rainy Afternoon (1936), He Couldn’t Take It (1933), The Animal Kingdom (1932), The Sign of the Cross (1932), The Trial of Vivienne Ware (1932), Taxi! (1932), The Ridin’ Fool (1931), The Rampant Age (1930), The Iron Mask (1929), The Kid’s Clever (1929), Jazzland (1928), The Pace That Kills (1928), Walking Back (1928), The Road to Ruin (1928), Marry the Girl (1928), The Law and the Man (1928), The Chinese Parrot (1927), College (1927), Sally in Our Alley (1927), The Cancelled Debt (1927), Stranded (1927), The Broken Gate (1927), The Overland Stage (1927), Padlocked (1926), Flame of the Argentine (1926), The Last Alarm (1926), The Gilded Highway (1926), The Dark Angel (1925), The Price of Success (1925), Never the Twain Shall Meet (1925), The Mad Marriage (1925), Janice Meredith (1924), Women and Diamonds (1924), The Boatswain’s Mate (1924), Sally Bishop (1923), Hornet’s Nest (1923), Was She Justified? (1922), The Lights o’ London (1922), The Street Tumblers (1922), The Little Mother (1922), The Old Wives’ Tale (1921), All Dolled Up (1921), Passion Fruit (1921), Blackmail (1920), Three Men in a Boat (1920), The Ugly Duckling (1920), Old Dials for New (1920), The Brand of Lopez (1920), Oh, It’s E.Z. (1919), Fool’s Gold (1919), A Welsh Singer (1916), East Is East (1916), Grim Justice (1916), Doorsteps (1916), Far from the Madding Crowd (1915), Lost and Won (1915), Alone in London (1915), My Old Dutch (1915), As Ye Repent (1915), Shopgirls: or, The Great Question (1914), Snobs (1914), One Thing After Another (1914), Polly’s Progress (1914), The Shepherd Lassie of Argyle (1914), Through the Valley of Shadows (1914), For Her People (1914/I), Daisy Doodad’s Dial (1914), Flotilla the Flirt (1914), The Murdock Trial (1914), Creatures of Habit (1914), The Harper Mystery (1913), The Lucky Stone (1913), The Younger Sister (1913/II), Pumps (1913), Jean’s Evidence (1913), Rose of Surrey (1913), Up and Down the Ladder (1913), Counsellor Bobby (1913), The Deerslayer (1913), A Window on Washington Park (1913), Let ‘Em Quarrel (1913), Checkmated (1913), The House in Suburbia (1913), Sisters All (1913), The One Good Turn (1913), Under the Make-Up (1913), Stenographer Troubles (1913), The Skull (1913), Cutey and the Twins (1913), Everybody’s Doing It (1913/II), What a Change of Clothes Did (1913), The Wings of a Moth (1913), While She Powdered Her Nose (1912), The Signal of Distress (1912), Susie to Susanne (1912), The Servant Problem; or, How Mr. Bullington Ran the House (1912), Una of the Sierras (1912), The Face or the Voice (1912), When Persistency and Obstinacy Meet (1912), She Cried (1912), The Irony of Fate (1912/I), The Loyalty of Sylvia (1912), Two Cinders (1912), Flirt or Heroine (1912), Wanted… a Grandmother (1912), Aunty’s Romance (1912), Her Diary (1912/I), Mrs. Carter’s Necklace (1912), Indian Romeo and Juliet (1912), Jean Intervenes (1912), The Path of True Love (1912), A Red Cross Martyr; or, On the Firing Lines of Tripoli (1912), One Touch of Nature (1911), Hypnotizing the Hypnotist (1911), Auld Lang Syne (1911), Wig Wag (1911), The Answer of the Roses (1911), Forgotten; or, An Answered Prayer (1911), Cherry Blossoms (1911), Jealousy (1911), The Thumb Print (1911), The Wrong Patient (1911), Birds of a Feather (1911), Intrepid Davy (1911), The Stumbling Block (1911), Proving His Love; or, The Ruse of a Beautiful Woman (1911), The Sacrifice (1911), The Show Girl (1911), Prejudice of Pierre Marie (1911), The Spirit of the Light; or, Love Watches on Through the Years (1911), For His Sake; or, The Winning of the Stepchildren (1911), Captain Barnacle’s Courtship (1911), A Tale of Two Cities (1911), The New Stenographer (1911), Jean Rescues (1911), A Dixie Mother (1910), A Tin-Type Romance (1910), The Winning of Miss Langdon (1910), Love, Luck and Gasoline (1910), Francesca da Rimini (1910), Jean Goes Fishing (1910), In the Mountains of Kentucky (1910), Auld Robin Gray (1910), Brother Man (1910), Renunciation (1910), Jean the Match-Maker (1910), Rose Leaves (1910), Back to Nature; or, The Best Man Wins (1910), Her Mother’s Wedding Gown (1910), Peg Woffington (1910), Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1910/I), Davy Jones and Captain Bragg (1910), Wilson’s Wife’s Countenance (1910), Over the Garden Wall (1910/I), Sisters (1910), St. Elmo (1910/I), For Her Sister’s Sake (1910), Ranson’s Folly (1910), Twelfth Night (1910), A Pair of Schemers; or, My Wife and My Uncle (1910), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1909), A Gift from Santa Claus (1909), The Heart of a Clown (1909), Launcelot and Elaine (1909), His Masterpiece (1909), The Three Kisses (1909), Fuss and Feathers (1909), King Lear (1909), Kenilworth (1909), A Daughter of the Sun (1909), An Unexpected Santa Claus (1908), The Merchant of Venice (1908), Miss Sherlock Holmes (1908), The New Stenographer (1908), Saved by Love (1908), Ex-Convict No. 900 (1908), Richard III (1908), Romance of a War Nurse (1908), Love Will Find a Way (1908), Romeo and Juliet (1908/I), Macbeth (1908), Francesca di Rimini; or, The Two Brothers (1908), The Gipsy’s Warning (1907), Cast Up by the Sea (1907), Bargain Fiend; or, Shopping à la Mode (1907), Athletic American Girls (1907), How to Cure a Cold (1907), A Welsh Singer (1916), East Is East (1916), Grim Justice (1916), Sally in Our Alley (1916/II), The Great Adventure (1915), Far from the Madding Crowd (1915), Castle (1915), My Old Dutch (1915), For Her People (1914/I), Daisy Doodad’s Dial (1914), Flotilla the Flirt (1914), The Murdock Trial (1914), Creatures of Habit (1914), The Harper Mystery (1913), The Lucky Stone (1913), Jean’s Evidence (1913), Rose of Surrey (1913), The Younger Sister (1913/I), Film Favourites (1924), As Ye Repent (1915), Film Favourites (1914), Through the Valley of Shadows (1914), Daisy Doodad’s Dial (1914), The Hero (1914), The Younger Sister (1913/II), The Dog House Builders (1913), He Waited (1913), His Wife’s Relatives (1913), She Cried (1912), Film Favourites (1924), Film Favourites (1914), A Vitagraph Romance (1912), James J. Corbett; or, How Championships Are Won and Lost (1910), Flicker Flashbacks No. 2, Series 5 (1947).
Other Names: Miss Florence Turner, Baby Twinkles
Astrological Sign: Capricorn
Occupation: Film Actress
Died: August 28, 1946, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States
Parents: Frances Turner
Height: 4ft 10in (1.47 m)

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