Betty Balfour (27 March 1903 – 4 November 1977) was an English screen actress, popular during the silent era, and known as the "British Mary Pickford" and "Britain's Queen of Happiness". She was best known to audiences for her Squibs series of films.
|The Facts of Love||1945||Mrs. Robinson|
|Eliza Comes to Stay||1936||Eliza Vandan|
|Squibs||1935||Amelia "Squibs" Hopkins|
|Born for Glory||1935||Elizabeth Brown|
|My Old Dutch||1934||Lil|
|The Brat||1930||The Nipper|
|Raise the Roof||1930||Maisie Grey|
|Daughter of the Regiment||1929||Marie - Regiments Daughter|
|The Vagabond Queen||1929||Sally / Princess Zonia|
|Little Devil May Care||1928||Ludivine Bucaille - une fille étrange|
|La petite bonne du palace||1927||Betty Cinders|
|A Sister of Six||1926||Mizzi|
|The Cabaret Kid||1926||Fay Wynchbeck|
|Monte Carlo||1925||Betty Oliver|
|Pearl of Love||1925|
|Somebody's Darling||1925||Joan Meredith|
|Satan's Sister||1925||Jude Tyler|
|Squibs' Honeymoon||1923||Squibs Hopkins|
|Squibs M.P.||1923||Squibs Hopkins|
|Love, Life and Laughter||1923||Tip-Toes|
|Squibs Wins the Calcutta Sweep||1922||Squibs Hopkins|
|Wee MacGregor's Sweetheart||1922||Christine|
|Me and My Girl||1922||Maud Emily|
|Nothing Else Matters||1920||Sally|
|Squibs||1935||performer: "One Way Street", "Have You Ever Have The Feeling You're Flying?", "The Londonola"|
|Evergreen||1934||performer: "I Wouldn't Leave My Little Wooden Hut for You" 1905, "Rigoletto: Caro nome Aria" 1851, "If I Give In to You" 1930 - uncredited|
|Raise the Roof||1930||performer: "Dance for Betty and Jack"|
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|1||Attempted suicide after a failed comeback in 1952 and then spent the last 20 years of her life in virtual seclusion.|
|2||In addition to being the most important internationally recognised British star of the silent screen, she also made a reputation in German and French films between 1927 and 1929.|
|3||Light comedy star, on stage at the Wood Green Empire from the age of eleven. Best known on screen as 'Squibs' in a series for Gaumont/Welsh-Pearson. Like Chaplin, she was prone to mix comedy with pathos.|
|4||Made her stage debut in 1914 at the Court Theatre becoming one of C. B. Cochran's stars.|
|5||A great mimic she started in British Music Hall|
|6||Was often considered as "the English Mary Pickford"|
|7||Her professional partnership with George Pearson ended when she rejected his offer of marriage.|
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