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Virginia Brown Faire (1904–1980)

Virginia Brown Faire was born on June 26, 1904 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA as Virginia Cecelia Labuna. She was an actress, known for Trails of Danger (1930), Breed of the West (1930) and Monte Cristo (1922). She was married to William Bayer, Duke Worne, Jack Dougherty and Dick Durham. She died on June 30, 1980 in Laguna Beach, ... See full bio »

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Trails of Danger Mary Martin
Breed of the West Betty Sterner
Monte Cristo Prince Haidee
Welcome Stranger Essie Solomon


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 1935 Tracy Rides
Molly Hampton
 1934 Rainbow Riders (Short)
Jerry Hickson (as Virginia Brown Fair)
 1934 West of the Divide
Fay Winters (as Virginia Faire Brown)
 1932 Tex Takes a Holiday
 1932 The Lone Trail
Ruth Farnum
 1931 The Last Ride
Doris White
 1931 The Secret Menace
Joan Grant
 1931 Alias the Bad Man
Mary Warner
 1931 The Sign of the Wolf
Ruth Farnum
 1931 Hell's Valley
Rosita Flores
 1930 Breed of the West
Betty Sterner
 1930 Trails of Danger
Mary Martin
 1930 The Lonesome Trail
Martha Rankin
 1930 Murder on the Roof
 1929 Handcuffed
Gloria Randall
 1929 The Body Punch
Natalie Sutherland
 1929 The Donovan Affair
Mary Mills
 1929 The Devil's Chaplain
Princess Therese
 1929 Untamed Justice
Louise Hill
 1928 Burning the Wind
Maria Valdez
 1928 The House of Shame
Druid Baremore
 1928 Undressed
Diana Stanley
 1928 Danger Patrol
Céleste Gambier
 1928 The Canyon of Adventure
Dolores Castanares
 1928 The Chorus Kid
Beatrice Brown
 1928 Queen of the Chorus
'Queenie' Dale
 1928 A Race for Life
Virginia Calhoun
 1927 Gun Gospel
Mary Carrol
 1927 The Devil's Masterpiece (as Virginia Browne Faire)
 1927 Tracked by the Police
Marcella Bradley
 1927 Pleasure Before Business
Ruth Weinberg
 1927 White Flannels
 1926 The Mile-a-Minute Man
Paul Greydon
 1926 Desert Valley
Mildred Dean
 1926 Wings of the Storm
Anita Baker
 1926 The Temptress
 1926 Frenzied Flames
Alice Meagen
 1926 Racing Romance
Isabel Channing
 1926 Broadway Billy
Phyliss Brooks
 1926 Chip of the Flying U
Dr. Della Whitmore
 1925 His People
Ruth Stein
 1925 The Calgary Stampede
Marie La Farge
 1925 The Thoroughbred
Gwen Vandermere
 1925 Recompense
 1925 Friendly Enemies
June Block
 1925 The Lost World
Marquette - Half-Caste Girl (uncredited)
 1924 Peter Pan
Tinker Bell (as Virginia Browne Faire)
 1924 The Air Hawk
 1924 Welcome Stranger
Essie Solomon
 1924 Romance Ranch
Carmen Hendley
 1924 The Lightning Rider
Patricia Alvarez
 1923 Thundergate
Ellen Ainsmith / Jen Jue
 1923 Shadows of the North
Beatrice Neilson
 1923 The Cricket on the Hearth
Dot Marley
 1923 Vengeance of the Deep
Ethel Musgrove
 1923 Stormswept
Ann Reynolds
 1922 Omar the Tentmaker
 1922 Monte Cristo
Prince Haidee
 1921 Fightin' Mad
Peggy Hughes
 1920 The Timber Wolf (Short)
Jean Durant
 1920 The Forest Runners (Short)
Jean Coudre
 1920 When the Devil Laughed (Short)
 1920 Big Stakes (Short)
 1920 The Girl and the Law (Short)
 1920 A Son of the North (Short)
 1920 Under Northern Lights
Suzanne Foucharde
 1920 The Death Trap (Short)
The Untamed Mountain Girl (as Virginia Faire)
 1920 The Scarlet Rider (Short)
 1920 Masked (Short)
 1920 Runnin' Straight (Short)
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Brunette leading lady of silent westerns and melodramas, with First National, American and PDC in the 1920s. Among the actors she appeared opposite were Hoot Gibson, Buck Jones, John Wayne and Ken Maynard. She arrived in Hollywood in 1919 on the strength of having won a :Motion Picture Classic" magazine's Fame and Fortune Contest. Despite having a good voice, she did not do particularly well in ... See more »

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