Rubye De Remer
January 9, 1892
|Died||March 17, 1984 (aged 92)|
|Spouse(s)||Ben Throop (1924 - ?)|
Rubye De Remer (born Ruby Burkhard; January 9, 1892 – March 18, 1984) was an American dancer and actress in silent films. She began her stage career with the Midnight Frolic, a Florenz Ziegfeld show, in New York City.
Her first film role came in 1917 in Enlighten Thy Daughter, a picture directed by Ivan Abramson. The Fox Film comedy, The Evil Eye (1920), starred De Remer, Catherine Calvert and Eugene O'Brien. As Christine, in Pilgrims of the Night (1921), she played a hand organ while a monkey on a leash accompanied her through the streets of New York City. She worked for Associated Producers, acting opposite Lewis Stone in a number of films. One of these was Passersby, a Frothingham production, adapted from the E. Phillips Oppenheim novel. Among her final starring films were three features directed by Marcel Perez: The Way Women Love (1920), Luxury (1921), and Unconquered Woman (1922).
On April 7, 1924, De Remer wed Scranton, Pennsylvania, coal and iron magnate Dr. Benjamin Throop 2nd (1889–1935) in Paris, France. Her husband- she was his second wife- reportedly spent the entire family fortune by the time of his death. De Remer's Hollywood Hills home- Sunkist- was so high above the movie colony that it was said the clouds park right in her front yard.
|1917||Enlighten Thy Daughter||Ruth Stevens|
|1917||Tillie Wakes Up||Mrs. Luella Pipkins|
|1917||Two Men and a Woman|
|1917||The Auction Block||Lorelei Knight|
|1918||We Should Worry||Miss Ashton|
|1918||Ashes of Love||Ethel Woodridge|
|1918||Pals First||Jean Logan|
|1918||Life's Greatest Problem||Alice Webster|
|1918||For Freedom||Mary Fenton|
|1919||The Great Romance||Althea Hanway|
|1919||Fires of Faith||Agnes Traverse, His Fiancée|
|1919||Dust of Desire||Beth Vinton|
|1920||His Temporary Wife||Annabelle Rose|
|1920||A Fool and His Money||Aline|
|1920||The Way Women Love||Judith Reytnard|
|1921||The Passionate Pilgrim||Miriam Calverly|
|1921||Pilgrims of the Night||Christine|
|1922||Unconquered Woman||Helen Chapelle|
|1923||The Glimpses of the Moon||Mrs. Ellie Vanderlyn|
|1923||Don't Marry for Money||Marion Whitney|
|1925||A Fool and His Money|
|1936||The Gorgeous Hussy||Mrs. Bellamy||(final film role)|
- Ellenberger, Allan R. (2001). Celebrities in Los Angeles Cemeteries: A Directory. McFarland. p. 214. ISBN 978-0-7864-0983-9. Retrieved July 25, 2020.
- Rubye De Remer: Broadway Photographs(Univ. of South Carolina)
- "Rubye De Remer is Chosen as Premier American Beauty: French Artist's Decision Reached After Careful Search - Star Working in Arrow Picture". Exhibitors Herald. New York City: Exhibitors Herald Company. 11 (25): 44. December 18, 1920.
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- Davenport Democrat and Leader, "Most Persistent Lover Finally Weds Rubye de Remer", April 8, 1924, page 20.
- Fresno Bee Republican, "New York Day By Day", July 3, 1933, page 24.
- Lima News, "Always Merry But Never Bright", July 27, 1930
- Madison Capitol Times, "Movie Notes", June 14, 1921, page 4.
- Olean Times Herald, "Haven", April 5, 1922, page 4.
- Reno Evening Gazette, "Women Taking Off Too Much She Says", April 7, 1920, page 9.
- Sandusky Star Journal, "Has Noted Artist's Idea of Beauty Changed In 8 Years?", December 7, 1920, page 6.
- Washington Post, "Beauty Often a Handicap", August 3, 1919, page 57.
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