Davis, a popular actress of the silent era, is best known for her work as the leading lady in Harold Lloyd's comedies from 1919 to 1923. She also became Lloyd's leading lady off-screen and they enjoyed one of the longest Hollywood marriages, lasting 46 years until her death in 1969.
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“For a comedienne, she is amazingly in earnest. For a resident of Horribul Hollywood she is astoundingly, impossibly, patently nice. And sweet. And, on the whole, adorable.” —“Heavens, No!” by Willis Goldbeck, Motion Picture Magazine, October 1922
Happy birthday, Mildred Davis! | February 22, 1901 — August 18, 1969