Wadsworth Harris

Actor - USA
Born October 9, 1864 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Died November 1, 1942 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Wadsworth Harris was born under the given name Lewis Wadsworth Harris on October 9, 1864 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He was an American Actor, known for The Love Girl (1916), All Night (1918), The Hero of the Hour (1917), Wadsworth Harris's first movie on record is from 1911. Wadsworth Harris died on November 1, 1942 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1920.

Wadsworth Harris Filmography [Auszug]
1920: [08.23] The Dragon's Net (Cast: Doctor Redding ), Directed by Henry MacRae, with Marie Walcamp, Harland Tucker, Otto Lederer,
1919: [10.06] Loot (Cast: Arabin), Directed by William C. Dowlan, with Darrell Foss, Ora Carew, Joseph W. Girard,
1919: [01.12] The Midnight Stage (Cast: Joe Statler), Directed by Ernest C. Warde, with Frank Keenan, Mignon Anderson, Charles Gunn,
1918: [11.30] All Night (One Bright Idea (Working title)) (Cast: Colonel Lane ), Directed by Paul Powell, with Carmel Myers, Rudolph Valentino, Charles Dorian,
1918: [03.09] The Kaiser, the Beast of Berlin (Cast: Gen. von Ruesselheim), Directed by Rupert Julian, with Rupert Julian, Elmo Lincoln, Nigel de Brulier,
1918: [01.21] Madame Spy (Cast: Adm. John Wesley), Directed by Douglas Gerrard, with Jack Mulhall, Donna Drew,
1917: [04.23] The Hero of the Hour (Cast: Brooks ), Directed by Raymond Wells, with Jack Mulhall, ,
1917: [03.26] The Gift Girl (Marcel's Birthday Present (Working title), The Mistress (Working title)) (Cast: Marquis de Tonquin), Directed by Rupert Julian, with Louise Lovely, Emory Johnson, Rupert Julian,
1917: [03.18] The Voice on the Wire (Cast: James Walsh), Directed by Stuart Paton, with , Neva Gerber, Francis McDonald,
1917: [03.14] Where Glory Waits (The Young King (Working title)) (Cast: Prime Minister), Directed by Allen Holubar, with Allen Holubar, ,
1917: [01.30] June Madness (Cast: Martin Bellman), Directed by Hobart Henley, Clifford Smith, with Roy Stewart, ,
1917: [01.02] An Old Soldier's Romance (Cast: Tim Owens), Directed by William V. Mong, with William V. Mong, Nellie Allen, Charles Dorian,
1916: [12.21] The Right to be Happy (Scrooge the Skinflint, A Christmas Carol (Working title)) (Cast: The Ghost of the Past), Directed by Rupert Julian, with Rupert Julian, , Claire McDowell,
1916: [12.10] The Penalty of Treason (Cast: The Priest), Directed by Douglas Gerrard, with Douglas Gerrard, Ruth Clifford, George Gebhardt,
1916: [12.01] The Mansard Mystery (Cast: Count Des Auteils), Directed by Stuart Paton, with Francis McDonald, Howard Crampton,
1916: [10.23] Love Never Dies (Cast: Monsieur Lescot), Directed by William Worthington, with Dorothy Clark, Ruth Stonehouse, Maurice L. Kusell,
1916: [07.27] Priscilla's Prisoner (Priscilla (Working title)) (Cast), Directed by Cleo Madison, William V. Mong, with Cleo Madison, Charles Gunn, Ray Hanford,
1916: [07.10] The Love Girl (Ambrosia) (Cast: The Swami), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with Ella Hall, Adele Farrington, Kingsley Benedict,
1916: [04.03] The Dumb Girl of Portici (Cast: Duke d'Arcos), Directed by Lois Weber, Phillips Smalley, with Anna Pavlova, Rupert Julian,
1915: [12.11] Graft (Greed (??)) (Cast: Mark Gamble), Directed by George Lessey, Richard Stanton, with Hobart Henley, Harry Carey, Jane Novak,
1915: [08.02] The Scarlet Sin (Cast: Doc White), Directed by Otis Turner, with Hobart Bosworth, Jane Novak, Frank Elliott,
1914: [11.28] The Last of the Hargroves (Cast), Directed by John H. Collins, with Gertrude McCoy, Robert Conness, Morgan Thorpe,
1913: [09.13] The Green Eye of the Yellow God (Cast), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Charles Ogle, Laura Sawyer,
1913: [09.02] The Grecian Vase (Cast: Pan ), Directed by N. N., with Hans Roberts, Laura Sawyer,
1913: [01.07] An Unsullied Shield (Cast: The Duke of Rutland ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Marc McDermott, Margery Bonney Erskine,
1912: [10.19] A Soldier's Duty (Cast: Grace's Father ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Augustus Phillips, Gertrude McCoy, George Lessey,
1912: [09.11] The Stranger and the Taxicab (Cast: Rose's Brother), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Willis Secord, Gertrude McCoy,
1912: [01.06] Please Remit (Cast: The Indian ), Directed by N. N., with William Wadsworth, Elsie MacLeod, Elizabeth Miller,
1911: [10.11] Mae's Suitors (Cast: A Suitor), Directed by N. N., with John R. Cumpson, Elsie MacLeod, Harry B. Eytinge,
1911: [09.01] The Declaration of Independence (Cast: John Hancock), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with Marc McDermott, Robert Brower, Harry Linson,
1911: [08.26] Two White Roses (Cast: Major Abbott - an Old Bachelor), Directed by Bannister Merwin, with Edward Boulden, Margery Bonney Erskine,

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