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Cunard, Grace 1894-1967

Overview
Works: 39 works in 42 publications in 1 language and 53 library holdings
Genres: Drama  Crime films  Prison films  Film adaptations  Silent films  Western films  Short films  Action and adventure films  Comedy films 
Roles: Actor, Dedicatee, Director
Classifications: PN1997, 791.4372
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Most widely held works about Grace Cunard
 
Most widely held works by Grace Cunard
Custer's last fight by Thomas H Ince( Visual )

4 editions published between 2001 and 2016 in English and No Linguistic content and held by 16 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Follows the events leading up to and including Custer's battle with the Sioux at Little Big Horn
Lucille Love, the girl of mystery( Visual )

1 edition published in 1914 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In this episode of the fifteen-part serial drama, Lucille stows away in Loubeque's ship, in Chinese costume. He discovers her and the captain befriends her. Loubeque and she exchange false papers. He tells the captain she is insane; in San Francisco, he abducts her. Overall, the serial focuses on Lucille Love's attempts--in China, the Philippines, the South Pacific, and Mexico, among other locales--to recover internationally important secret papers stolen from her father, Gen. Sumter Love, by his former classmate and romantic rival Hugo Loubeque, now a spy, who is also determined to avenge his expulsion from West Point, which Love facilitated by testifying against him regarding a theft
The heart of an Indian( Visual )

in Undetermined and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This treatment of settler-Indian conflict is remarkably even-handed, filmed with documentary-like detachment exclusively in medium long shot and long shot. The tragic ending for the Indian is paralleled by a happy resolution for the whites
The bandit's wager( Visual )

in Undetermined and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Purple Mask( Visual )

1 edition published in 1917 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Patsy Montez, operating as The Purple Mask, is captured by Detective Phil Kelly, The Sphinx, but is rescued by her gang. That night she succeeds in securing funds which the officers of a fake benevolent society intended to squander. The money is distributed to the poor. Patsy next manages to elude police and to gain the release of two of her gang from prison
Lucille love : valse Boston or hesitation by Abe Olman( )

1 edition published in 1915 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Lucille Love, the girl of mystery( Visual )

1 edition published in 1914 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In this episode of the fifteen-part serial drama, Loubeque gives Lucille a sleeping draught; detectives battle Loubeque's men. Lucille is taken to Loubeque's Mexican hacienda, escapes with a bandit who is killed as a veiled woman directs operations. Lucille gets away. Overall, the serial focuses on Lucille Love's attempts--in China, the Philippines, the South Pacific, and Mexico, among other locales--to recover internationally important secret papers stolen from her father, Gen. Sumter Love, by his former classmate and romantic rival Hugo Loubeque, now a spy, who is also determined to avenge his expulsion from West Point, which Love facilitated by testifying against him regarding a theft
Lucille Love, the girl of mystery( Visual )

1 edition published in 1914 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In this episode of the fifteen-part serial drama, Lucille Love is stranded on a South Sea Island and captured by natives. The native chief rewards her after she nurses his daughter back to health, meanwhile, her enemy Hugo Loubeque lurks in the jungle. Overall, the serial focuses on Lucille Love's attempts--in China, the Philippines, the South Pacific, and Mexico, among other locales--to recover internationally important secret papers stolen from her father, Gen. Sumter Love, by his former classmate and romantic rival, Loubeque, now a spy, who is also determined to avenge his expulsion from West Point, which Love facilitated by testifying against him regarding a theft
The Purple Mask( Visual )

1 edition published in 1917 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In this final episode, Phil Kelly releases Patsy Montez, The Purple Mask, from the sack in which smuggler's placed her. He takes her place in the sack and she swims ashore. Kelly fights the smugglers who are allied with the anarchists but then escapes them by jumping overboard. When Secret Service men arrest Patsy, Kelly successfully intercedes on her behalf. Patsy agrees to abandon her practices and she and Kelly are married. She also becomes a partner in his detective agency. Some years later, Patsy introduces her young daughter, in full costume, as the new Purple Mask
The Purple Mask( Visual )

1 edition published in 1917 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Patsy Montez, operating as The Purple Mask, again escapes from Detective Phil Kelly and his assistant, Pete, through the use of tricks, such as trap doors, built into her special house. Patsy, upon hearing that Phillip Johnson has accumulated a fortune by nefarious practices, sets out to secure his hoard from a private submerged vault. She plans to use the money to establish a home for unfortunate young women. Kelly has been hired by Johnson to safeguard the vault
The Purple Mask( Visual )

1 edition published in 1917 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In Paris, Patsy Montez is a philanthropist without funds. She, therefore, joins forces with the apaches, a criminal gang, so she can rob the rich to give to the poor. In this episode, she and her gang rescue Detective Phil Kelly who has been captured by a gang of art thieves. Later, Patsy and Detective Kelly are on opposite sides of the law again. Kelly is engaged to protect jewels which Patsy steals by means of an elaborate plot utilizing an airplane
The Purple Mask( Visual )

1 edition published in 1917 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Detective Kelly leaves Paris at the insistence of the commandant of police who suggests a long stay in America. Kelly is astonished to find Patsy Montez and her aunt on board the America bound ship. Patsy befriends a poor woman with a baby and learns that a man on board betrayed the woman and robbed her. The man has recently married another woman and given her a costly string of pearls. Patsy steals the pearls in order to compensate the betrayed woman. Kelly, hired by the ship's captain, suspects Patsy but fails to prove her guilt or find the pearls
The Purple Mask( Visual )

1 edition published in 1917 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In America, Patsy moves to a house built by the American branch of the apaches, the criminal gang which she has adapted to her purpose of robbing the rich to give to the poor. She manages to get $10,000 in ransom for the stolen pearls from Phillips and to confront him with the woman he wronged whom Patsy befriended on the trip to America. The money goes to the woman and her baby. Patsy escapes men who have a warrant for her arrest by using a secret exit hidden behind a fireplace, leaving Detective Kelly, who was protecting her, baffled
Ladies they talk about by MGM/UA( Visual )

1 edition published in 1933 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Based on the true life experience of actress Dorothy Mackaye, who spent time in prison. "Nan Taylor is arrested after acting as a decoy during a bank robbery. David Slade, a radio evangelist who has been calling publicly for tougher prosecution of criminals, recognizes Nan as a former classmate whose father was the deacon in the town where Slade's father was the town drunk. Taking advantage of his obvious attraction to her, Nan protests her innocence and begs for his help. Walter Simpson, the district attorney, agrees to parole her to Slade's care, although he is skeptical about her claims. When she confesses to Slade that she actually was involved in the robbery, however, Slade withdraws his support and Nan is sentenced to prison. In prison, she refuses to see Slade despite his frequent pleas, thereby attracting the hatred of fellow prisoner Susie, who is jealous of Slade's interest in Nan. After Nan learns that Don and Dutch, members of her gang, have been arrested, she agrees to see Slade in order to further their escape plans. She slips a letter into Slade's pocket which contains vital information about the plot, and through no fault of Slade's, the letter falls into the hands of the police and the escape fails. Nan's parole is denied because of her part in the crime, during which both Don and Dutch were killed. She believes that Slade betrayed her, so when she is finally released, she hunts him down, intending to kill him. Pretending to be sorry for her crimes, she meets with him privately, and then shoots him. Instantly remorseful, she apologizes, and when the police arrive, Slade tells them that he and Nan are getting married"--AFI catalog, 1931-1940
Lucille Love, the girl of mystery( Visual )

1 edition published in 1914 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In this episode of the fifteen-part serial drama, Lucille leaves the government hydroplane to board the steamship Empress and to follow Hugo Loubeque who has the secret papers; Loubeque, realizing she is his nemesis, sabotages the ship's radio. They become friendly. An accidental fire allows Lucille to get the papers from Loubeque. Her lifeboat capsizes and she is left clinging to a spar. Overall, the serial focuses on Lucille Love's attempts--in China, the Philippines, the South Pacific, and Mexico, among other locales--to recover internationally important secret papers stolen from her father, Gen. Sumter Love, by his former classmate and romantic rival Hugo Loubeque, now a spy, who is also determined to avenge his expulsion from West Point, which Love facilitated by testifying against him regarding a theft
The Purple Mask( Visual )

1 edition published in 1917 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In the previous episode, set in Paris, Patsy Montez steals her aunt's jewels to perplex Detective Phil Kelly, aka The Sphinx, who has snubbed her. The jewels are, in turn, stolen by a servant who is an apache, or criminal gang member. Patsy follows the servant to the slums where she recovers the jewels. In this episode, Detective Kelly directs a raid on the cafe the apaches frequent. A fierce battle ensues. Patsy escapes because she is hidden by a poor woman in the Paris slums
General Custer's last fight( Visual )

1 edition published in 1912 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Directed by and starring Francis Ford as Custer, this is a very well conceived film for its time (1912). The drama builds from the powerful closeup of the Sioux Indian at the opening as he kills 2 "innocent white men" to the climatic scene of Custer, his brother and others in the calvery engulfed in heavy fire and falling in battle one by one. The last stand is the centerpiece of the film, but the events on both sides leading up to the battle are fascinating. The first part shows the slow but steady movement of settlers into Indian territory, in violation of the signed treaties. At first there is peace, but soon blood is shed and the intensity of the confrontations build as the settlers spread westward. After the Battle of Little Big Horn, the scenes show the fate of the Sioux and Sittlng Bull in particular. This film is a fascinating look at these famous events a mere 36 years after the Battle of the Little Big Horn.--Compiled from reviews in the Internet Movie Database
The Purple Mask( Visual )

1 edition published in 1917 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Patsy Montez, The Purple Mask, gets away with Phillip Johnson's wealth even though she is pursued by Detective Phil Kelly over rooftops. As she escapes she comes upon a band of anarchists and learns that they plan to drop bombs from dirigibles onto Wall Street in the hope of wrecking as much of the financial district as possible. Patsy plans to thwart the anarchists
Lucille Love, the girl of mystery( Visual )

1 edition published in 1914 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In this episode of the fifteen-part serial drama, Lucille is rescued and brought aboard ship (owned by Loubeque), with her amulet and necklace. She encounters Loubeque in disguise and also finds a cache of arms being smuggled to China. Loubeque prevents her harassment by the captain. The captain steals the papers from Lucille, the crew mutinies, Loubeque is thrown overboard and Lucille is set adrift. Lucille rescues Loubeque. Overall, the serial focuses on Lucille Love's attempts--in China, the Philippines, the South Pacific, and Mexico, among other locales--to recover secret papers stolen from her father, Gen. Sumter Love, by his former classmate and romantic rival Hugo Loubeque, now a spy, who also seeks to avenge his expulsion from West Point, which Love aided
Lucille Love, the girl of mystery( Visual )

1 edition published in 1914 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In this episode of the fifteen-part serial drama, Loubeque compels Lucille to go with him to San Francisco. Hopeless, she sells her jewels. But she schemes to go to dinner with Loubeque, plotting for Lieut. Hadley to meet them to discuss the papers with Loubeque. At dinner, she feigns illness, returns disguised as a dancer, and tries to overhear Hadley and Loubeque discuss the papers. But her sweetheart Lieut. Gibson discovers her, spurns her, and she faints. Overall, the serial focuses on Lucille Love's attempts--in China, the Philippines, the South Pacific, and Mexico, among other locales--to recover internationally important secret papers stolen from her father, Gen. Sumter Love, by his former classmate and romantic rival Hugo Loubeque, now a spy, who is also determined to avenge his expulsion from West Point, which Love facilitated by testifying against him regarding a theft
 
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Alternative Names
Grace Cunard actrice, scénariste et réalisatrice américaine

Grace Cunard Amerikaans actrice (1893-1967)

Grace Cunard amerykańska aktorka, scenarzystka i reżyserka

Grace Cunard attrice, sceneggiatrice e regista statunitense

Grace Cunard pemeran perempuan asal Amerika Serikat

Grace Cunard US-amerikanische Schauspielerin

Jeffries, Harriet Mildred 1894-1967

Грейс Кунард

قریس کونارد

گریس کونارد فیلمنامه‌نویس، بازیگر، و کارگردان آمریکایی

グレイス・キュナード

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English (24)