Helen Chandler in Dracula | 1931
Clip Name: Lucy Dreams of Dracula
About this actor
Helen Chandler (February 1, 1906 – April 30, 1965) was an American film and theater actress. Born in Charleston, South Carolina, Chandler began her acting career on Broadway in 1917. Her early performances include Arthur Hopkins' 1920 production of Richard III, which starred John Barrymore, Macbeth in 1921 with Lionel Barrymore; Hedvig in Henrik Ibsen's The Wild Duck in 1925 and Ophelia in the 1925 modern dress version of Hamlet. By the time of her first film she had been in over twenty Broadway productions. She made her film debut in 1927 in the silent film The Music Master and in 1930 joined Leslie Howard, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., and Beryl Mercer for the film version of the stage success Outward Bound. The unusual story told of a group of passengers on an ocean liner who gradually realise that they are all dead and will soon face the Last Judgment. Chandler, with her blonde hair and ethereal quality was considered to be perfectly cast, and she received critical praise for her...