Tilly in a Boarding House
Alma Taylor (Artist), Chrissie (Ada Constance) White (Artist)
Tilly and Sally go on a nocturnal joy ride dressed as men. As usual, at the end of the film, they present their victims – the authorities – with a picture of innocence, and thus escape punishment.
Alma Taylor (Artist)
Born 1895 in London, Alma Taylor was active in film from 1907 to 1957. She was the favorite actress of producer Cecil Hepworth up to his final film in 1926. Indeed, she was the top female star in British cinema along with Betty Balfour. Amy Taylor died in London in 1974.
Chrissie (Ada Constance) White (Artist)
Chrissie (Ada Constance) White was born 1895 in London and was active in film from 1908 to 1933. She was a star at the Hepworth Studio. After the Tilly and Sally series, she teamed up with Henry Edwards as the first British screen couple with celebrity status. Chrissie White died in Hollywood in 1989.