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  • Francelia Billington - Wikipedia

    Francelia Billington (1 February 1895 – 24 November 1934) was an early American silent-screen actress, and an accomplished camera operator.

  • Francelia Billington - IMDb

    Francelia Billington, Actress: Blind Husbands. Francelia Billington was born in Dallas, TX, and raised on a ranch. She became an expert horseman, and was on stage ...

  • Francelia Billington - Bio, Facts, Family | Famous Birthdays

    Learn about Francelia Billington: her birthday, what she did before fame, her family life, fun trivia facts, popularity rankings, and more.

  • Francelia Billington - Silents Are Golden

    by Tim Lussier. She sits in a metal dining chair reading a newspaper outside the inn surrounded by the gorgeous snow-capped Tyrolean Alps. Out of he corner of her eye ...

  • Category:Francelia Billington - Wikimedia Commons

    Media in category "Francelia Billington" The following 24 files are in this category, out of 24 total.

  • Francelia Billington : definition of Francelia Billington ... Billington/it-it

    Definitions of Francelia Billington, synonyms, antonyms, derivatives of Francelia Billington, analogical dictionary of Francelia Billington (Italian)

  • Francelia Billington (1895-1934) - Find A Grave Memorial

    Actress, Cinematographer. Blonde, slender star of silent films. Born and raised on a ranch near Dallas, Texas, she entered films in 1912 with the Kalem Company and ...

  • Silence is Platinum: Francelia Billington

    Francelia Billington was born February 1, 1895 in Dallas, Texas. She was the third child born to James Billington and his musician wife, Adelaide.

  • Francelia Billington biography - YouTube

    A biography on forgotten silent film actress Francelia Billington. Please comment!

  • 'Ever heard of a woman cameraman?': why female ...

    Francelia Billington operating a camera in 1914. Photograph: Photoplay “How many of you have ever heard of a woman camera man?” asked Picture Play in 1916.

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