Anna Alice Chapin

Anna Alice Chapin


Anna Alice Chapin was born on Dec 16, 1880 in USA. Anna Alice Chapin's big-screen debut came with March of the Wooden Soldiers directed by Gus Meins in 1934. Anna Alice Chapin is known for March of the Wooden Soldiers directed by Gus Meins, Virginia Karns stars as Mother Goose and Charlotte Henry as Bo-Peep. The upcoming new movie Anna Alice Chapin plays is Babes in Toyland which will be released on Dec 14, 1961.

Author and playwright Anna Alice Chapin was born on December 16, 1880, at Newport, New York, to Dr. Frederick Windle Chapin and Anna Jenkins Hoppin. She would go on to be a popular writer of novels, short stories and fairy tales. Chapin collaborated with Glen MacDonough on the libretto "Babes in Toyland" (1904) and was the author of at least two books on music, "Wonder Tales from Wagner" (1898) and "Masters of Music: Their Lives and Works" (1901). She also wrote several plays with her husband, British-born actor/playwright, Robert Peyton Carter.Anna Alice Chapin died on February 26, 1920 at her residence in New York City. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1918.Chicago Tribune February 27, 1920, Los Angeles Times, July 8, 1918, Miles Hewitt family Genealogy, The Critic, An Illustrated Monthly Review of Literature, Art and Life, July-December 1904,

  • Birthday

    Dec 16, 1880
  • Place of Birth

    New York, New York, USA