Catherine Carr

Author - USA
Born January 1, 1880 in Austin, Texas, USA
Died January 18, 1941 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Catherine Carr was born on January 1, 1880 in Austin, Texas, USA. She was an American Author, known for The Limousine Mystery (1916), The Ghost Flower (1918), I love you (1918), Catherine Carr's first movie on record is from 1913. Catherine Carr died on January 18, 1941 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1919.

Catherine Carr Filmography [Auszug]
1919: [03.30] Toton the Apache (Story), Directed by Frank Borzage, with Olive Thomas, Norman Kerry, Francis McDonald,
1919: [01.20] The Game's Up (The Game Is Up, Home James) (Scenario), Directed by Elsie Jane Wilson, with Albert Ray, Ruth Clifford, ,
1918: [12.15] Irish Eyes (Story), Directed by William C. Dowlan, with Pauline Starke, , Gus Saville,
1918: [09.15] The Atom (Story), Directed by William C. Dowlan, with Pauline Starke, Belle Bennett, Harry Mestayer,
1918: [08.18] The Ghost Flower (Scenario), Directed by Frank Borzage, with Alma Rubens, Charles West, Francis McDonald,
1918: [06.30] The Painted Lily (Story), Directed by Thomas N. Heffron, with William V. Mong, Jack Richardson, Dorothy Hagan,
1918: [04.28] The Lonely Woman (Scenario), Directed by Thomas N. Heffron, with Belle Bennett, Lee Hill, Percy Challenger,
1918: [01.13] I love you (Story), Directed by Walter Edwards, with Alma Rubens, John Lince, Francis McDonald,
1917: [11.25] The Regenerates (Blue Blood (Working title)) (Scenario), Directed by E. Mason Hopper, with Alma Rubens, Walt Whitman, Darrell Foss,
1917: [09.13] To the Highest Bidder (Scenario), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with Mary Fuller, Averell Harris, Clara Beyers,
1917: [08.09] The Untamed (Scenario), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with Mary Fuller, William Welsh, Johnnie Walker,
1917: [07.26] The Beautiful Impostor (Scenario), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with Mary Fuller, Johnnie Walker, Clara Beyers,
1916: [12.29] Toto of the Byways (Scenario), Directed by Lee Kohlmar, with Edith Roberts, Johnnie Walker, Harry Benham,
1916: [10.10] The Cheaters (Scenario), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with Mary Fuller, , Paul Panzer,
1916: [09.15] The Angel of the Attic (Story), Directed by Francis J. Grandon, with Violet Mersereau, Harry Benham,
1916: [09.13] Love's Masquerade (Scenario), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with Mary Fuller, Harry Benham, Johnnie Walker,
1916: [09.03] The narrow path (The Danger path) (Scenario), Directed by Francis J. Grandon, with Violet Mersereau, Niles Welch, William Welsh,
1916: [08.26] The Trail of Chance (Scenario), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with Mary Fuller, Richard Stanton, ,
1916: [08.19] Beyond the Trail (Scenario), Directed by Ben F. Wilson, with , Dorothy Phillips, Lois Alexander,
1916: [08.12] Her Mother's Sweetheart (Scenario), Directed by George Ridgwell, with Harry Benham, Edith Roberts,
1916: [07.27] Won by Valor (Scenario), Directed by Robert F. Hill, with Howard Crampton, Sydell Dowling, Sidney Bracey,
1916: [07.26] A Splash of Local Color (Scenario), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with Mary Fuller, Joseph W. Girard, Charles Slattery,
1916: [07.24] Temptation and the Man (Story), Directed by Robert F. Hill, with Sidney Bracey, Hobart Henley, Sydell Dowling,
1916: [07.05] Behind the Veil (Scenario), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with Mary Fuller, , Niles Welch,
1916: [07.04] The Clever Mrs. Carter (Scenario), Directed by George Ridgwell, with Edith Roberts, Harry Benham, Finita De Sopia,
1916: [06.21] The Scarlet Mark (Scenario), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with Mary Fuller, Mathilde Brundage, Tony Merlo,
1916: [06.04] The Wire Pullers (Story), Directed by William Worthington, with Jack Holt, Herbert Rawlinson, Yona Landowska,
1916: [05.24] The Limousine Mystery (Scenario), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with Mary Fuller, Joseph W. Girard, Tony Merlo,
1916: [05.08] A Huntress of Men (Scenario), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with Mary Fuller, Joseph W. Girard, Sidney Bracey,
1915: [10.00] The Whirl of Life (Scenario), Directed by Oliver D. Bailey, with Irene Castle, Vernon Castle, ,
1915: [05.30] The Melting Pot (Scenario), Directed by Oliver D. Bailey, James Vincent, with , , ,
1915: [02.05] The Bribe (Scenario), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with Mary Fuller, Johnnie Walker, ,
1914: [12.07] The Span of Life (Scenario), Directed by Edward MacKay, with Lionel Barrymore, Gladys Wynne, Lyster Chambers,
1914: [11.23] The Spirit of the Poppy (Scenario), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with , William R. Dunn, Dorothy Green,
1914: [11.16] The Coming Power (Scenario), Directed by Edward MacKay, with , Lionel Adams, Edith Luckett,
1914: [04.27] The Awakening of Barbara Dare (Scenario), Directed by Wilfrid North, with Clara Kimball Young, William Humphrey, Mary Maurice,
1914: [03.10] The Portrait (Scenario), Directed by James Young, with James Young, Mary Maurice, James Morrison,
1914: [01.17] Local Color (Scenario), Directed by Ned Finley, with Ned Finley, Ada Gifford, Arthur Ashley,
1913: [08.16] The Line-Up (Scenario), Directed by William Humphrey, with Earle Williams, Dorothy Kelly, Harry T. Morey,

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