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Gladys Hulette’s height is 5ft 3in (1.6 m)

Gladys Hulette was a silent film actress from Arcade, New York. Her career began in the early years of silent movies and continued until the mid-1930s. She first performed on stage at the age of three and on screen when she was seven years old.

Gladys Hulette

Best Known For Movie: Tol’able David
Born: July 21, 1896, Arcade, New York, United States
Filmography: One Hour Late (1934), The Girl from Missouri (1934), Torch Singer (1933), Her Resale Value (1933), Life’s Crossroads (1928), Making the Varsity (1928), Faithless Lover (1928), A Bowery Cinderella (1927), Combat (1927), The Night Owl (1926), Be Your Age (1926), Jack O’Hearts (1926), Unknown Treasures (1926), The Warning Signal (1926), The Skyrocket (1926), The Pride of the Force (1925), The Mystic (1925), The Thoroughbred (1925), Lena Rivers (1925), Go Straight (1925), Private Affairs (1925), On the Threshold (1925), The Ridin’ Kid from Powder River (1924), The Slanderers (1924), The Family Secret (1924), The Iron Horse (1924), The Night Message (1924), Hoodman Blind (1923), Whispering Palms (1923), Enemies of Women (1923), As a Man Lives (1923), How Women Love (1922), Secrets of Paris (1922), The Referee (1922), Fair Lady (1922), Tol’able David (1921), The Silent Barrier (1920), High Speed (1920), Waifs (1918), Annexing Bill (1918), For Sale (1918), Mrs. Slacker (1918), Over the Hill (1917), A Crooked Romance (1917), Miss Nobody (1917), The Streets of Illusion (1917), The Last of the Carnabys (1917), The Cigarette Girl (1917), The Candy Girl (1917), Pots-and-Pans Peggy (1917), Her New York (1917), Prudence, the Pirate (1916), The Shine Girl (1916), Other People’s Money (1916), When She Played Broadway (1916), The Girl from Chicago (1916), The Traffic Cop (1916), The Flight of the Duchess (1916), What Doris Did (1916), In the Name of the Law (1916), Ambition (1915), His Majesty, the King (1915), What Happened on the Barbuda (1915), A Sprig of Shamrock (1915), The King of the Wire (1915), Eugene Aram (1915), The Corporal’s Daughter (1915), The Working of a Miracle (1915), The Wrong Woman (1915), Count Macaroni (1915), Out of the Ruins (1915), Won Through Merit (1915), The Mission of Mr. Foo (1915), A Thorn Among Roses (1915), Joey and His Trombone (1915), Tracked by the Hounds (1915), Young Mrs. Winthrop (1915), A Double Elopement (1914), His Chorus Girl Wife (1914), A Millinery Mix-Up (1914), Getting to the Ball Game (1914), George Washington Jones (1914), A Transplanted Prairie Flower (1914), The Poisoned Bit (1914), Post No Bills (1914), A Summer Resort Idyll (1914), An Absent-Minded Cupid (1914), A Village Scandal (1914/I), The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of (1914), A Canine Rival (1914), A Deal in Statuary (1914), The Two Doctors (1914), A Foolish Agreement (1914), The Adventure of the Missing Legacy (1914), The Lucky Vest (1914), The Double Shadow (1914), With the Eyes of Love (1914), Courting Betty’s Beau (1914), The Adventure of the Extra Baby (1914), An American King (1914), The Active Life of Dolly of the Dailies (1914), How Bobby Called Her Bluff (1914), The Janitor’s Flirtation (1914), Falling in Love with Inez (1913), A Royal Romance (1913), A Hornet’s Nest (1913), Silas Marner (1913), Tired Bill’s Career as a Butler (1913), Why Girls Leave Home (1913), The Embarrassment of Riches (1913), The Younger Generation (1913), Bobbie’s Long Trousers (1913), The Treasure of Captain Kidd (1913), Her Royal Highness (1913), The Harbinger of Peace (1912), The Librarian (1912), How the Boys Fought the Indians (1912), Martin Chuzzlewit (1912), The Bank President’s Son (1912), Jack, the Giant Killer (1912/I), Papa’s Sweetheart (1911), Stage-Struck Lizzie (1911), Pull for the Shore, Sailor! (1911), Captain Barnacle’s Baby (1911), The Winds of Fate (1911), The Price of a Man (1911), Lorna Doone (1911), The Star Spangled Banner (1911), Father’s Dress Suit (1911), Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1910), A Japanese Peach Boy (1910), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1909), Thanksgiving, Then and Now (1909), Hiawatha (1909), Princess Nicotine; or, The Smoke Fairy (1909), A Street Waif’s Christmas (1908), Romeo and Juliet (1908/I), A Royal Romance (1913).
Astrological Sign: Cancer
Occupation: Film Actress
Died: August 8, 1991, Montebello, California, United States
Spouse: William Parke Jr. (m. 1917–1924)
Height: 5ft 3in (1.6 m)

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