Hugh Saxon was born on January 14, 1869 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. He was an American Actor, known for Seven Years bad luck (1921), Tillie's punctured romance (1914), The other half (1919), Hugh Saxon's first movie on record is from 1914. Hugh Saxon died on May 14, 1945 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1921.
Hugh Saxon Filmography [Auszug]
1921: [02.06] Seven Years bad luck (Sept ans de malheur) (Cast: Stationsvorsteher), Directed by Max Linder, with Max Linder, Alta Allen, Ralph McCullough,
1920: [04.00] Her Five-Foot Highness (Cast: English Butler), Directed by Harry L. Franklin, with Edith Roberts, Virginia Ware, Ogden Crane,
1919: [08.18] The other half (Cast: James Bradley), Directed by King Vidor, with Florence Vidor, Charles Meredith, ZaSu Pitts,
1919: [08.11] The Right to Happiness (The Light (Working title)) (Cast: (/xx/)), Directed by Allen Holubar, with Dorothy Phillips, William Stowell, Robert Anderson,
1914: [11.14] Tillie's punctured romance (For the Love of Tillie, Marie's Millions, Tillie's Big Romance, Tillie's Nightmare) (Cast: Gray-haired Secretary searching for Tillie), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Charles Bennett, Dixie Chene, Glen Cavender,
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