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Eugenia Clinchard was a child actress in the early 20th century. She began acting at age 3, and by age 5 she was working the Vaudeville circuit throughout the San Francisco Bay area. Around this time, she caught the eye of Bronco Billy Anderson. Eugenia went on to play a part in eleven Bronco Billy silent films, including Broncho Billy and the Sheriff's Kid and A Child of the West

Eugenia Clinchard was a child actress in the early 20th century. She began acting at age 3, and by age 5 she was working the Vaudeville circuit throughout the San Francisco Bay area. Around this time, she caught the eye of Bronco Billy Anderson. Eugenia went on to play a part in eleven Bronco Billy silent films, including Broncho Billy and the Sheriff's Kid and A Child of the West

The Son-of-a-Gun (1919) A G.M. Anderson (aka Broncho Billy) silent western. http://www.grapevinevideo.com/son-of-a-gun.html

The Son-of-a-Gun (1919) A G.M. Anderson (aka Broncho Billy) silent western. http://www.grapevinevideo.com/son-of-a-gun.html

Frank Stockdale - Actor. He appeared in silent films, including "The Naming of the Rawhide Queen" (1913), "Snakeville's Most Popular Lady" (1914), "Broncho Billy's Sentence" (1915), and Charlie Chaplin's classic "The Gold Rush" in 1925. He was the brother of prolific actor Carl Stockdale.

Frank Stockdale - Actor. He appeared in silent films, including "The Naming of the Rawhide Queen" (1913), "Snakeville's Most Popular Lady" (1914), "Broncho Billy's Sentence" (1915), and Charlie Chaplin's classic "The Gold Rush" in 1925. He was the brother of prolific actor Carl Stockdale.

Theatrical poster for the 1915 silent film Broncho Billy's Conscience.

Theatrical poster for the 1915 silent film Broncho Billy's Conscience.

Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum, where Broncho Billy and Charlie Chaplin made films

Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum, where Broncho Billy and Charlie Chaplin made films

G.M. "Broncho Billy" Anderson 1916 MJ Moriarty Silent Film Star Playing Card, $14.00

G.M. "Broncho Billy" Anderson 1916 MJ Moriarty Silent Film Star Playing Card, $14.00

Francis X. Bushman actor, film director, and screenwriter. His matinee idol career started in 1911 in the silent film His Friend's Wife, but it did not survive the silent screen era.  Bushman, like many of his contemporaries, moved into the films from the stage. He was performing at Broncho Billy Anderson's Essanay Studios in Chicago, when he was noticed for his muscular torso. He appeared in nearly 200 feature film roles—more than 175 films before 1920, and 17 in 1911. [Wikipedia]

Francis X. Bushman actor, film director, and screenwriter. His matinee idol career started in 1911 in the silent film His Friend's Wife, but it did not survive the silent screen era. Bushman, like many of his contemporaries, moved into the films from the stage. He was performing at Broncho Billy Anderson's Essanay Studios in Chicago, when he was noticed for his muscular torso. He appeared in nearly 200 feature film roles—more than 175 films before 1920, and 17 in 1911. [Wikipedia]

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