Hilda Christabel Bailey
29 June 1888
|Died||26 May 1971 82) (aged|
Hilda Christabel Bailey (29 June 1888 – 26 May 1971) was a British theatre and film actress.   On stage from 1913, she was in both stage and film versions of Carnival in 1918 and 1921, respectively; and in the controversial crime film Cocaine in 1922.    
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