|THE INTERNATIONAL SILENT MOVIE|
1900 - 1946
The actress Phyllis Titmuss devoted to the theater in the first place and she was also very talented as a singer. Among others she sang the song "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows" in the play "Brian Pie" in London in 1919, a song which was also successfully interpreted by Judy Garland in 1940.
Phyllis Titmuss appeared only seldom in movies. To her few silent movies belong "The Man Who Made Good (17), "The Live Wire" (17) with Ronald Colman, "The Recoil" (22) and "The Beloved Vagabond" (23).