Jessie Arnold

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Born(1884-12-03)December 3, 1884
Michigan, USA
DiedMay 5, 1955(1955-05-05) (aged 70)
Los Angeles County, California, USA
Resting placeHainesville Cemetery
CitizenshipUnited States of America
Known for
  • The Dark Mirror (1920)
  • The Wager (1912)
  • Air Hostess (1949)

Jessie Arnold (1884 - 1955) was an actress in American films.[1][2][3]

The UCLA libraries have a photo of her from the LA Times.[4]


  • Cross Purposes (film) (1916)
  • Tennessee's Pardner (1916) as Kate Kent
  • Rough and Ready (film) (1918) as Estelle Darrow
  • The Dark Mirror (1920 film)
  • When the Redskins Rode as Gossip at Wrestling Match
  • My Dog Rusty as Mrs. Stokes (uncredited)
  • Whistlin' Dan as Horty "Whistlin' Dan"
  • What's Buzzin', Cousin? as Mrs. Hillbilly
  • The Traveling Saleswoman as Lady Customer (uncredited)
  • Playing with Souls as Louise
  • Fury (1923 film) as Boy's Mother
  • Blackbirds (1920 film) as Suzanne
  • The Hard Hombre as Mrs. Patton
  • My Kingdom for a Cook as Mrs. Forsythe
  • The Idol of the North as Big Blond
  • Behind Jury Doors as Ma Mauger
  • Temptation (1915 film), uncredited
  • Virtue (film) as Landlady
  • Hot Saturday (1932) as Aunt Minnie
  • The Beloved Brat (1938) as Nurse, uncredited
  • The Social Pirates (1916)
  • Shoes (1916 film) as Lil
  • Innocence (1923 film)
  • Haunted House (1940 film) as Mrs. Emily Henshaw
  • Lawless Empire as Mrs. Murphy
  • Sundown Valley (1944) as Mom Johnson
  • Keeper of the Bees (1947 film)
  • Air Hostess (1949 film) as Mrs. Peabody


  1. "Jessie Arnold".
  2. "TODAY IN GINNY! - December 3 - Jessie Arnold". Virginia Weidler Remembrance Society.
  3. "Cast Member : Jessie Arnold".
  4. "Actress Jessie Arnold poses, Los Angeles, 1920s or 1930s - UCLA Library Digital Collections".

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