Zeffie Tilbury Movies List

Zeffie Tilbury
Zeffie Tilbury
Paddington, London, England, UK
The Ship from Shanghai

Actor Zeffie Tilbury Filmography

Showing 1 to 10 of 21 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 21 movies
Sheriff of Tombstone
Sheriff of Tombstone ( English )
Director: Joseph Kane
Release date: 07-05-1941
Tobacco Road
Tobacco Road ( English )
Director: John Ford
Music Director: David Buttolph
Release date: 20-02-1941
The Grapes of Wrath
The Grapes of Wrath ( English )
Artist: Henry Fonda , Jane Darwell , John Carradine , Charley Grapewin , Dorris Bowdon
Director: John Ford
Music Director: Alfred Newman , Roger Heman Sr. , George Leverett , Edmund H. Hansen , Robert Parrish
Release date: 15-03-1940
Balalaika ( English )
Director: Reinhold Schünzel
Music Director: Herbert Stothart
Release date: 15-12-1939
Tell No Tales
Tell No Tales ( English )
Artist: Melvyn Douglas , Louise Platt , Gene Lockhart , Douglass Dumbrille , Florence George
Director: Leslie Fenton
Release date: 12-06-1939
Boy Trouble
Boy Trouble ( English )
Artist: Charles Ruggles , Mary Boland , Donald O'Connor , Billy Lee , Joyce Matthews
Director: George Archainbaud
Release date: 27-01-1939
Arrest Bulldog Drummond
Director: James P. Hogan
Release date: 11-01-1939
Bulldog Drummond's Peril
Director: James P. Hogan
Release date: 18-03-1938
The King Without a Crown
Director: Jacques Tourneur
Release date: 09-10-1937
Showing 1 to 10 of 21 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 21 movies

Zeffie Tilbury Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Zeffie Agnes Lydia Tilbury (November 20, 1863 – July 24, 1950) was an English actress. Tilbury was known first on the London stage and on Broadway in New York City. In 1881, she debuted on stage in Nine Points of the Law at the Theatre Royal, Brighton, England. She is today best known for playing wise or evil older characters in films, such as the distinguished lady gambler at dinner with Garbo in The Single Standard, as the pitiful Grandma Joad in The Grapes of Wrath and Grandma Lester in Tobacco Road. She appeared in over 70 films. Her earliest surviving silent film is the Valentino / Nazimova 1921 production of Camille. Tilbury is probably best remembered as the old lady who is befriended by Spanky and his friends on her birthday and, as a result, is transformed from a lonely, disagreeable recluse to a happy and loving carefree soul in the 1936 Hal Roach Our Gang comedy Second Childhood. In the same year she also portrayed the Gypsy Queen in the Laurel and Hardy film The Bohemian Girl. Tilbury was married twice. First to Arthur Frederick Lewis in June, 1887, and later to L. E. Woodthorpe, who died on April 8, 1915. She died in Los Angeles, California in 1950 at the age of 86.

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