Ethelmary Oakland (30 July 1909–2 December 1999) was a silent film child star. She was featured in such Thanhouser Film Corporation's films as The World and the Woman(1916) with Jeanne Eagels; and Always in the Way(1915) with Mary Miles Minter and Charlotte Shelby. In 1917 Oakland appeared with Jack Pickford in The Dummy produced by Famous Players-Lasky. Oakland left the movie industry in the late 1910s.
Bette Arlen (1904 – 1966) was an American film actress.
Fred Leedon Scott was an American actor best known as a singing cowboy star in Westerns during the 1930s and 40s.
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