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Gale Henry (April 15, 1893 – June 17, 1972) was an American film actress. A prominent comedian, she appeared in 238 films between 1914 and 1933.
|Died||June 17, 1972 (aged 79)|
In 1923, Gale Henry and her husband, Henry East, began training dogs for motion pictures. Spread over two acres on the outer edge of Hollywood, the East kennels trained the most celebrated dog stars in the movies, including Skippy, the terrier who reached stardom as Asta in The Thin Man.
In 1920, Henry owned a film production company that had a contract with Special Pictures Corporation calling for her to make 12 two-reel comedies per year.
- Twelve "Lady Baffles and Detective Duck" short subjects, with Max Asher, produced by Pat Powers, 1915
- Quincy Adams Sawyer (1922)
- Night Life in Hollywood (1922)
- Held to Answer (1923)
- Changing Husbands (1924)
- The Fire Patrol (1924)
- Merton of the Movies (1924)
- Open All Night (1924)
- Along Came Ruth (1924)
- New Lives for Old (1925)
- Youth's Gamble (1925)
- Declassee (1925)
- Mighty Like a Moose (1926 short)
- Two-Time Mama (1927)
- Love 'em and Weep (1927)
- Stranded (1927)
- The Love Doctor (1929)
- Darkened Rooms (1929)
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