Aileen Pringle Net Worth

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Aileen Pringle's favorite film was a mid-1920s silent based on a book by Elinor Glyn: Three Weeks (1924), sort of a "Lady Chatterly's Lover". She recalled in a 1980 telephone conversation: "The film was in good taste; some people thought the book was trashy". Anita Loos wrote in "A Girl Like I", the first volume of her autobiography, vaudeville ...
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Date Of BirthJuly 23, 1895
Place Of BirthSan Francisco, California, U.S.
Height5' 4" (1.63 m)
SpouseCharles McKenzie Pringle
Star SignLeo
1[In a 1985 interview on the secret of her longevity] If you think it's because I behaved myself when I was young, you're dead wrong.
2[on the passing of one of her contemporaries] I avoided having lunch with her sixty years ago. I'm running out of people to hate.
3[her brief eulogy on the death of Mary Pickford in "Films in Review"] So, she was human after all!
1She was offered Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925) but rejected it because she "did not want to be subjected to all that heat and dust".
2Greta Garbo was her tennis partner.
3She claimed that Louis B. Mayer spitefully burned the prints of her films in 1952 because television had no interest in silent films.
4Was a member of the Algonquin Round Table.
5The house she shared with Howard Dietz was looted, with the equivalent of $20,000 in property stolen, in late July of 1935.
6Louella Parsons reported that Pringle had lightened her hair color due to a growing preference for blond leading ladies (November 15, 1929). One of Pringle's trademarks during the zenith of her career was her dark hair.
7Announced in 1933 that she was "through with love" and planned not to remarry after her divorce from Charles McKenzie Pringle (who became Lt. Governor of Jamaica) finalized. She eventually did marry and divorce James M. Cain.
8Romantically involved with H.L. Mencken before his 1930 marriage to Sara Powell Haardt.
9Interviewed in "Talking to the Piano Player: Silent Film Stars, Writers and Directors Remember" by Stuart Oderman (BearManor Media).


Telephone Time1956TV Series
Front Page Detective1951TV SeriesThelma Wayne
Laura1944Woman (uncredited)
A Wave, a WAC and a Marine1944Newswoman
Since You Went Away1944Woman at Cocktail Lounge (uncredited)
Happy Land1943Mrs. Prentiss
Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case1943Chaperon (uncredited)
The Youngest Profession1943Miss Farwood (uncredited)
Between Us Girls1942Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
They Died with Their Boots On1941Mrs. Sharp (uncredited)
Appointment for Love1941Nurse Gibbons (uncredited)
The Night of Nights1939Dress Saleslady (uncredited)
The Women1939Miss Carter - Saleslady (uncredited)
Should a Girl Marry?1939Mrs. White
Calling Dr. Kildare1939Mrs. Thatcher (uncredited)
The Hardys Ride High1939Miss Booth, Dress Saleslady
Too Hot to Handle1938Mrs. Arthur MacArthur (uncredited)
Man-Proof1938Second Gossipy Woman (uncredited)
Nothing Sacred1937Mrs. Bullock (uncredited)
She's No Lady1937Mrs. Douglas
Thanks for Listening1937Lulu, Blackmailer Leader
John Meade's Woman1937Mrs. Melton
The Last of Mrs. Cheyney1937Lady Maria Frinton
Criminal Lawyer1937Mrs. Manning (uncredited)
Wanted! Jane Turner1936Norris' Secretary (uncredited)
Piccadilly Jim1936Paducah Pomeroy
The Unguarded Hour1936Diana Roggers
Wife vs. Secretary1936Mrs. Anne Barker (uncredited)
Vanessa: Her Love Story1935Herries Servant (uncredited)
Sons of Steel1934Enid Chadburne
Once to Every Bachelor1934Judy Bryant
Jane Eyre1934Lady Blanche Ingram
Love Past Thirty1934Caroline Burt
By Appointment Only1933Diane Manners
The Bride's Bereavement; or, The Snake in the Grass1932Short
The Phantom of Crestwood1932Mrs. Walcott
The Age of Consent1932Barbara
Police Court1932Diana McCormick
Convicted1931Claire Norville
Murder at Midnight1931Esme Kennedy
Subway Express1931Dale Tracy
Soldiers and Women1930Brenda Ritchie
Prince of Diamonds1930Eve Marley
Puttin' on the Ritz1930Mrs. Teddy Van Rennsler
Wall Street1929Ann Tabor
Night Parade1929Paula Vernoff
A Single Man1929Mary Hazeltine
Dream of Love1928The Duchess
Show People1928Aileen Pringle (uncredited)
The Baby Cyclone1928Lydia
Beau Broadway1928Yvonne
Wickedness Preferred1928Kitty Dare
Tea for Three1927Doris Langford
Body and Soul1927Hilda
Adam and Evil1927Evelyn Trevelyan
Life in Hollywood No. 71927Short
Tin Gods1926Janet Stone
The Great Deception1926Lois
The Wilderness Woman1926Juneau MacLean
Soul Mates1925Velma
The Mystic1925Zara
Wildfire1925Claire Barrington
A Kiss in the Dark1925Janet Livingstone
One Year to Live1925Elsie Duchanier
A Thief in Paradise1925Rosa Carmino
The Wife of the Centaur1924Inez Martin
His Hour1924Tamara Loraine
True As Steel1924Mrs. Eva Boutelle
Three Weeks1924The Queen
Name the Man1924Isabelle
In the Palace of the King1923Princess Eboli
Don't Marry for Money1923Edith Martin
Souls for Sale1923Lady Jane
The Tiger's Claw1923Chameli Brentwood
The Christian1923Lady Robert Ure
My American Wife1922Hortensia deVereta
The Strangers' Banquet1922Mrs. Schuyler-Peabody
Stolen Moments1920ShortInez Salles (as Aileen Savage)
The Sport of Kings1920as Aileen Savage
The Cost1920Olivia (as Aileen Savage)


Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 181930ShortHerself
Screen Snapshots No. 21925Documentary shortHerself
1925 Studio Tour1925Documentary shortHerself
Married Flirts1924Herself, Guest at party

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1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 8 February 1960. At 6723 Hollywood Blvd.

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