Maude Eburne

Maude Eburne

  • Born on
    • November 10th, 1875
  • Died on
    • October 15th, 1960
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Maude Eburne (born Maud Eburne Riggs, 10 November 1875 – 15 October 1960) was a Canadian character actress of stage and screen, known for playing eccentric roles. Eburne began her career in stock theater in Buffalo, New York. Her early theater work was in Ontario and New York City, debuting on Broadway to great acclaim as "Coddles" in the 1914 farce A Pair of Sixes. "When I first came to New York... I said I didn't want to be beautiful young girls or stately leading women, but wanted parts that had something queer in them, especially if there were dialect." She continued to play mainly humorous domestic roles on stage, appearing in productions such as The Half Moon (1920), Lady Butterfly (1923), Three Cheers (1928) and Many a Slip (1930), before her first significant film role — and first sound film role — in The Bat Whispers (1930), director Roland West's sound remake of his 1926 silent feature The Bat.

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Acting (18 Credits)

1944The Princess and the Pirate as Landlady of the 'Boar's Head Inn'
1944The Suspect as Mrs. Packer
1944Up in Arms as Woman on Cable Car
1942The Boogie Man Will Get You as Amelia Jones
1942To Be or Not to Be as Anna, Garderobiere
1941You Belong to Me as Ella
1940Colorado as Etta Mae
1936Poppy as Sarah Tucker
1935Ruggles of Red Gap as 'Ma' Pettingill
1934Here Comes the Navy as Droopy's Mother
1933The Vampire Bat as Aunt Gussie Schnappmann
1933Ladies They Talk About as Aunt Maggie
1932Polly of the Circus as Mrs. Jennings
1932Union Depot as Passenger at Information Desk (uncredited)
1931The Guardsman as 'Mama'
1931Indiscreet as Aunt Kate
1931Blonde Crazy as Mrs. Snyder
1930The Bat Whispers as Lizzie Allen

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