Schade c. 1918
March 27, 1895
|Died||March 27, 1982 (aged 87)|
Betty Schade (27 March 1895 ��� 27 March 1982) was a German-born American actress of the silent era. She appeared in about 135 films between 1913 and 1921. Schade was born in Geestemünde (Bremerhaven), Germany and married first to actor Fritz Schade. The couple traveled to California in 1912-1913 and joined the original Mack Sennett stock company. Later the two were signed to contracts with Carl Laemmle's Universal Pictures. In 1917, she wed actor Ernest Shields and was contracted to Universal Pictures.
She died in Los Angeles, California in 1982.
- His Chum the Baron (1913)
- Passions, He Had Three (1913)
- Lights and Shadows (1914)
- After Five (1915)
- The Dumb Girl of Portici (1916)
- The Reward of the Faithless (1917)
- The Scarlet Drop (1918)
- A Woman's Fool (1918)
- Happiness a la Mode (1919)
- A Fight for Love (1919)
- Spotlight Sadie (1919)
- Bare Fists (1919)
- Riders of Vengeance (1919)
- Deliverance (1919)
- The Soul of Youth (1920)
- Wing Toy (1921)
- The Foolish Matrons (1921)
- Voices of the City (1921)
- Everything for Sale (1921)
- First Love (1921)
- Gmür, Leonhard H. (2013). Rex Ingram: Hollywood's Rebel of the Silver Screen. Germany: Epubli 0. p. 410. ISBN 9783737597487.
- York, Cal (December 1917). "Plays and Players". Photoplay. Vol. 13. Chicago, Illinois, USA: Macfadden Communications Group. p. 92.
- Katchmer, George A. (2015). A Biographical Dictionary of Silent Film Western Actors and Actresses. McFarland & Company, Inc. p. 342. ISBN 9781476609058.
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