Helen Flint (January 14, 1898 – September 9, 1967) was an American actress.
|Died||September 9, 1967 (aged 69)|
|Spouse(s)||Harmon Spencer Auguste (1938 - 1939, divorce)|
Flint appeared in more than 20 films between 1931 and 1944. Flint often played seedy or sexually available women. Her films included Ah, Wilderness! and Black Legion. She portrayed the fortune-hunting actress Minna Tipton in David O. Selznick's production of Little Lord Fauntleroy.
Flint's career ended with an acting appearance in the comedy The Dancer (1953) in New York.
On September 9, 1967, Flint died in a hospital in Washington, D. C., after being hit by a car. She was 69.
|1931||The Clyde Mystery||Ann Clyde||Short|
|1934||The Ninth Guest||Sylvia Inglesby|
|1934||Manhattan Love Song||Carol Stewart|
|1934||Handy Andy||Mrs. Beauregard|
|1934||Broadway Bill||Mrs. Henry Early||Uncredited|
|1935||Devil Dogs of the Air||Mrs. Brown||(scenes deleted)|
|1935||While the Patient Slept||Isobel Federie|
|1935||Doubting Thomas||Nelly Fell|
|1936||Little Lord Fauntleroy||Minna|
|1936||Early to Bed||Mrs. Duvall|
|1936||A Son Comes Home||Belle||Uncredited|
|1936||Give Me Your Heart||Dr. Florence Cudahy|
|1937||Black Legion||Pearl Danvers|
|1937||Sea Devils||Sadie Bennett|
|1937||Step Lively, Jeeves!||Babe|
|1937||Married Before Breakfast||Miss Fleeter|
|1937||Blonde Trouble||Lucille Sears|
|1942||Time to Kill||Marge||Uncredited|
|1944||Gaslight||Franchette||Uncredited, (final film role)|
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