Cecil M. Hepworth

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Director - Great Britain
Born March 19, 1873 in Lewisham
Died February 9, 1953 in Greenford

Mini-Biography:
Cecil M. Hepworth was born on March 19, 1873 in Lewisham. He was an English Director, known for Anna the Adventuress (1920), Hamlet (1913), Alice in Wonderland (1903), Cecil M. Hepworth's first movie on record is from 1901. Cecil M. Hepworth died on February 9, 1953 in Greenford. His last motion picture on file dates from 1923.
Biographical Notes in German: Regisseur des englischen Stummfilms

Cecil M. Hepworth Filmography [Auszug]
1923: Comin' Thro the Rye (Director), with Shayle Gardner,
1920: Anna the Adventuress (Director), with Alma Taylor, Jean Cadell, James Carew,
1915: Behind the Curtain (Producer), Directed by Frank Wilson, with Stewart Rome, Chrissie White, Lionelle Howard,
1915: Barnaby Rudge (Director), Directed by Thomas Bentley, with Tom Powers, Violet Hopson, Stewart Rome,
1913: The Old Curiosity Shop (Producer: (--??--)), Directed by Thomas Bentley, with Mai Deacon, Warwick Buckland, E. Felton,
1913: David Garrick (Producer), Directed by Hay Plumb, with Charles Wyndham, Mary Moore, Louis Calvert,
1913: The Vicar of Wakefield (Producer), Directed by John Douglas, with Violet Hopson, Harry Royston, Warwick Buckland,
1913: Hamlet (Producer), Directed by Hay Plumb, with Johnston Forbes-Robertson, Walter Ringham, Gertrude Elliott,
1905: Rescued by Rover (Director), Directed by Lewin Fitzhamon, with Barbara Hepworth, Hepworth Productions, May Clark,
1903: Alice in Wonderland (Director), Directed by Percy Stow, with May Clark, Geoffrey Faithfull,
1901: The Glutton's Nightmare (Producer), Directed by Percy Stow,

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