John T. Dillon

Actor - USA
Born June 19, 1876 in Deal Beach, New Jersey, USA
Died December 29, 1937 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
John T. Dillon was born on June 19, 1876 in Deal Beach, New Jersey, USA. He was an American Actor, known for The Greaser's Gauntlet (1908), The Musketeers of Pig Alley (1912), Oil and Water (1913), John T. Dillon's first movie on record is from 1908. John T. Dillon died on December 29, 1937 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1935.

John T. Dillon Filmography [Auszug]
1935: [02.15] One More Spring (Cast: (/xx/)), Directed by Henry King, with Janet Gaynor, Warner Baxter, Walter Woolf King,
1921: [07.17] The Journey's End (Cast: The Uncle (AKA Jack Dillon)), Directed by Hugo Ballin, with Mabel Ballin, George Bancroft, Wyndham Standing,
1918: [09.23] The Embarrassment of Riches (Cast: Jim Connors (AKA John Dillon) ), Directed by Edward Dillon, with Lillian Walker, Carlton Brickert, John Costello,
1917: [11.18] A Case at Law (Cast: Saloonkeeper Art (AKA Jack Dillon)), Directed by Arthur Rosson, with Richard Rosson, Pauline Curley, Riley Hatch,
1917: [09.30] A Rich Man's Plaything (Cast: Ogden Deneau (as John Dillon)), Directed by Carl Harbaugh, with Valeska Suratt, Edward Martindel,
1917: [01.18] A Girl Like That (Cast: Tom Hoadley (AKA Jack Dillon)), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Irene Fenwick, Owen Moore, Thomas O'Keefe,
1916: [03.20] The Lost Bridegroom (His Lost Self (Working title), The Man Who Found Himself (Working title)) (Cast: Crook), Directed by James Kirkwood, with John Barrymore, Katherine Corri Harris, Ida Darling,
1915: [11.21] Martyrs of the Alamo (The Birth of Texas, The Heroes of the Alamo, The Alamo) (Cast: Colonel Travis), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Allan Sears, Alfred Paget,
1915: [09.12] His Guiding Angel (Cast: Fred Ainsworth (as Jack Dillon)), Directed by N. N., with Charles Clary, Gladys Brockwell,
1915: [09.07] The Deceivers (Cast: Philip Walsh (AKA J. Thomas Dillon) ), Directed by Charles Giblyn, with Agnes Vernon, Willis Marks,
1915: [03.29] The Outcast (Cast: The Attorney (as Jack Dillon)), Directed by John B. O'Brien, with Ralph Lewis, Mae Marsh, Mary Alden,
1914: [11.29] The Sisters (Cast: (AKA John Dillon)), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Lillian Gish, Dorothy Gish, Elmer Clifton,
1914: [11.08] The Tear that burned (Cast: The Father (AKA John Dillon)), Directed by John B. O'Brien, with Lillian Gish, Blanche Sweet, Josephine Crowell,
1914: [06.27] Seven Days (Cast: Jim Wilson (AKA Jack Dillon)), Directed by N. N., with Louise Orth, Charles Hill Mailes,
1914: [05.04] Home, Sweet Home (Mother Love (Working title)) (Cast: (--??--)), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Henry B. Walthall, Josephine Crowell, Lillian Gish,
1914: [04.25] Brute Force (In Prehistoric Days, Wars of the Primal Tribes, Primitive Man: A Psychological Comedy Founded on Darwin's Theory of the Genesis of Man (Working title)) (Cast: In Club (Prologue)), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Robert Harron, Mae Marsh, William J. Butler,
1913: [09.20] For the Son of the House (Cast: The Temptor ), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Mae Marsh, Charles West,
1913: [09.08] A Modest Hero (Cast: Second Thief), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Walter Miller, Lillian Gish, Charles Hill Mailes,
1913: [08.21] The Work Habit (Cast: Among Street Sweepers), Directed by Anthony O'Sullivan, with Lionel Barrymore, Kathleen Butler, Claire McDowell,
1913: [07.31] Mr. Spriggs Buys a Dog (Cast: On Street (/xx/)), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Clarence Barr, Sylvia Ashton, Gertrude Bambrick,
1913: [07.28] The Vengeance of Galora (Cast: The Sheriff), Directed by Anthony O'Sullivan, with Claire McDowell, Charles West, Constance Johnson,
1913: [07.10] The Enemy's Baby (Cast: Bit Part (/xx/) ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Lionel Barrymore, William J. Butler, Kate Bruce,
1913: [] A Woman in the Ultimate (Cast: Member of the Badger Gang), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Lillian Gish, D.W. Griffith, Henry B. Walthall,
1913: [06.28] Her Mother's Oath (Cast: Medicine Show Patron / In Church), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Jennie Lee, Dorothy Gish, Henry B. Walthall,
1913: [06.21] The Mothering Heart (Cast: Club Patron), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Walter Miller, Lillian Gish, Kate Bruce,
1913: [06.19] Almost a Wild Man (Cast: In Audience), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Charles Murray, Gus Pixley, Edward Dillon,
1913: [06.09] Red Hicks Defies the World (Cast: In Crowd (/xx/)), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Charles Murray, Edward Dillon, Dorothy Gish,
1913: [05.03] The Wanderer (Cast: The Crafty Merchant), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Henry B. Walthall, Charles Hill Mailes, Christy Cabanne,
1913: [04.24] A Ragtime Romance (Cast: At Wedding (/xx/) ), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Charles Murray, Gertrude Bambrick, Gus Pixley,
1913: [04.14] He Had a Guess Coming (Cast: Poker Player), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Charles Murray, Edward Dillon,
1913: [04.14] A Horse on Bill (Cast: Bill), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Gertrude Bambrick, Charles Murray,
1913: [02.24] A Chance deception (Cast: Waiter), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Blanche Sweet, Charles Hill Mailes, Harry Carey,
1913: [02.27] Love in an Apartment Hotel (Cast: One of the Fiance's Friends ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Blanche Sweet, Adolphe Lestina, Henry B. Walthall,
1913: [02.06] Oil and Water (Cast: In Second Audience / At Dinner ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Blanche Sweet, Henry B. Walthall, Walter Miller,
1913: [01.23] The Tender Hearted Boy (Cast: The butcher ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, Frank Powell, with Robert Harron, Kate Bruce, Mae Marsh,
1913: [01.06] The Telephone Girl and the Lady (Cast: The Grocery Man), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mae Marsh, Claire McDowell, Alfred Paget,
1913: [01.02] Three Friends (Cast: First Friend ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Henry B. Walthall, Blanche Sweet,
1912: [11.11] Gold and Glitter (Cast: Lumberman), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Elmer Booth, Grace Lewis, Lionel Barrymore,
1912: [10.31] The Musketeers of Pig Alley (Cast: Policeman), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Elmer Booth, Lillian Gish, Clara T. Bracy,
1912: [10.07] A Ten-Karat Hero (Cast: In Crowd (/xx/)), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Edward Dillon, Charles Murray,
1912: [] The Transformation of Mike (Cast: A Policeman / At Dance), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Wilfred Lucas, Blanche Sweet, Edna Foster,
1912: [05.22] The District Attorney's Conscience (Cast: The Prisoner (AKA Jack Dillon)), Directed by James Kirkwood, with Henry B. Walthall, Edith Lyle, Edna Foster,
1912: [02.26] The Sun Beam (Cast: Policeman), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Ynez Seabury, Claire McDowell, Dell Henderson,
1911: [] What Shall We Do With Our Old? (Cast: In Shop / In Jail (/xx/) ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with W. Chrystie Miller, Claire McDowell, Adolphe Lestina,
1911: [05.15] The New Dress (Cast: At Wedding (AKA Jack Dillon) ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Wilfred Lucas, Dorothy West, W. Chrystie Miller,
1911: [04.20] A Knight of the Road (Cast: The Foreman), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Dell Henderson, George Nichols, Dorothy West,
1911: [04.17] Madame Rex (Cast: (AKA Jack Dillon) ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Edwin August, Stephanie Longfellow, W.C. Robinson,
1911: [04.06] The Broken Cross (Cast: Boarder (as Jack Dillon) ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles West, Florence LaBadie, Grace Henderson,
1911: [03.30] The Spanish Gypsy (Cast: Spanien (AKA Jack Dillon)), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Wilfred Lucas, Vivian Prescott, Kate Bruce,
1911: [03.27] Cured (Cast: Man with Gout (as Jack Dillon)), Directed by Frank Powell, with Mack Sennett, Edward Dillon,
1911: [03.20] Teaching Dad to Like Her (Cast: Outside Theatre (AKA Jack Dillon)), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Joseph Graybill, Dell Henderson, Vivian Prescott,
1911: [03.13] Comrades (Cast: Jack (AKA Jack Dillon)), Directed by Mack Sennett, Dell Henderson, with Mack Sennett, William J. Butler,
1911: [02.16] Fisher Folks (Cast: At Fair (AKA Jack Dillon) ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Wilfred Lucas, Linda Arvidson, Vivian Prescott,
1911: [01.26] The Poor Sick Men (Cast: Gambling Hall Lookout (as Jack Dillon)), Directed by Frank Powell, with Dell Henderson, Grace Henderson, Marion Sunshine,
1911: [01.19] His Trust Fulfilled (Cast: In wedding group), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Adele de Garde, Verner Clarges, Dorothy West,
1911: [01.23] Fate's Turning (Cast: At Hotel (AKA Jack Dillon)), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles West, Stephanie Longfellow, Grace Henderson,
1911: [01.14] Help Wanted (Cast), Directed by Frank Powell, with Violet Mersereau, Jeanie Macpherson,
1911: [01.02] The Two Paths (Cast: At Party (AKA Jack Dillon)), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Dorothy Bernard, Wilfred Lucas, Adolphe Lestina,
1910: [10.03] (Cast: In Office (AKA Jack Dillon)), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Henry B. Walthall, Claire McDowell, Edith Haldeman,
1910: [08.08] The House with closed shutters (Cast: In General Lee's tent / On porch / at farewell), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Henry B. Walthall, Dorothy West, Grace Henderson,
1910: [07.07] A Midnight Cupid (Cast: At Party (AKA Jack Dillon) ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles West, Mack Sennett, George Nichols,
1910: [] Her father's pride (Cast: At Poor Farm (as Jack Dillon)), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Stephanie Longfellow, W. Chrystie Miller, Kate Bruce,
1910: [] After the Ball (Cast), Directed by Frank Powell, with Edward Dillon, Florence LaBadie, William J. Butler,
1910: [] The broken doll (Cast: Townsman), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Gladys Egan, Mack Sennett, Linda Arvidson,
1910: [06.27] A child's impulse (Cast: At Second Party (AKA Jack Dillon)), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Vivian Prescott, Charles West, Mary Pickford,
1908: [08.15] The Greaser's Gauntlet (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Wilfred Lucas, Arthur V. Johnson, Marion Leonard,
1908: [01.22] Lonesome Junction (Cast: Englishman), Directed by N. N., with Edward Dillon, Anthony O'Sullivan,

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