Florence Vidor a silent film actress

Florence Vidor (July 23, 1895 – November 3, 1977) was an American silent film actress. Vidor started working in silent movies with the help of her husband, film director King Vidor. She signed her first contract with Vitagraph Studios in 1916 and rose to early fame with her role in the 1921 film “Hail the Woman”. Vidor’s career ended with the advent of sound movies.

Florence Vidor

Florence Vidor

Florence Vidor

Florence Vidor

Florence Vidor

Florence Vidor

Florence Vidor with William Powell in "Sea Horses" (1926)

Florence Vidor with William Powell in “Sea Horses” (1926)

Florence Vidor with Wallace Berry in "Chinatown Nights" (1929)

Florence Vidor with Wallace Berry in “Chinatown Nights” (1929)

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