George L. Sargent was born in 1863 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He was an American Director, Author, known for High Speed (1917), Midnight at Maxim's (1915), The Broadway Bubble (1920), George L. Sargent's first movie on record is from 1914. George L. Sargent died on February 5, 1944 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1920.
George L. Sargent Filmography [Auszug]
1920:  The Broadway Bubble (Director), with Corinne Griffith,
1918: [07.13] The Coming of Faro Nell (The Arrival of Faro Nell) (Director), with Patricia Palmer, Bob Burns, Hattie Buskirk,
1918: [06.22] Faro Nell, Lookout (Director), with Patricia Palmer, Bob Burns,
1917: [08.14] A Wife's Suspicion (Director), with Lee Hill, Betty Schade, Val Paul,
1917: [07.16] High Speed (Director), Directed by Elmer Clifton, with Jack Mulhall, , Harry L. Rattenberry,
1917: [01.01] The Gilded Youth (Director), with Richard Bennett, Rhea Mitchell, Adrienne Morrison,
1916: [06.06] The Fall of a Nation (Assistant Director: assistant to director), Directed by Thomas Dixon, with Lorraine Huling, Percy Standing, Arthur Shirley,
1916: [05.08] The Secret of the Submarine (Director), with Juanita Hansen, Tom Chatterton, Hylda Hollis,
1915: [07.12] Midnight at Maxim's (Maxim's at Midnight) (Director), with Rollo Lloyd, Frank Wunderlee, Ralph Stuart,
1914: [09.25] A Gentleman from Mississippi (Director), with Thomas A. Wise, Chester Barnett, Evelyn Brent,
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