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Josephine Crowell (January 11, 1849 – July 27, 1932), was a Canadianmarker film actress of the silent film era. She appeared in 94 films between 1912 and 1929.

She was born Josephine Boneparte Crowell in Nova Scotia, Canadamarker, and began her film acting career in the 1912 film The School Teacher and the Waif. By 1919 she had appeared in fifty one films, many of which were film shorts. Her most notable film appearance during that period was in the early film classic The Birth of a Nation, starring Lillian Gish and directed by D. W. Griffith. In 1920 she appeared with Gladys Brockwell in Flames of the Flesh, which would be followed by another six film appearances that year. From 1921 until 1929 she would have thirty five more film appearances, most notably in The Splendid Crime starring Bebe Daniels in 1925.

Her last role would be in the 1929 film Wrong Again, starring Hollywoodmarker legends Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. With the coming of "talking films", her career abruptly ended. She had married minor actor Emile La Croix earlier in her career, and was residing in Amityville, New Yorkmarker at the time of her death on July 27th, 1932, at the age of 83.

Selected filmography

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! Year !! Film
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| 1912 || The Painted Lady
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| 1913 || The Mothering Heart
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| rowspan=3 | 1914 || Home, Sweet Home'
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| The Tear That Burned
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| The Sisters
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| 1915 || The Birth of a Nation
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| 1916 || The House Built Upon Sand
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| rowspan=2 | 1917 || Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
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| The Bad Boy
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| 1919 || The Greatest Question
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| 1925 || The Merry Widow
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| 1928 || The Man Who Laughs
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| 1929 || Wrong Again
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