Marshall Stedman

Portrait Marshall StedmanDirector, Actor, Author - USA
Born August 16, 1875 in Bethel, Maine, USA
Died December 16, 1943 in Laguna Beach, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Marshall Stedman was born on August 16, 1875 in Bethel, Maine, USA. He was an American Director, Actor, Author, known for His Father's Deputy (1913), The Ring of Destiny (1915), A Romany Rose (1917), Marshall Stedman's first movie on record is from 1909. He was married to Myrtle Stedman. Marshall Stedman died on December 16, 1943 in Laguna Beach, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1919.
Biographical Notes in German: Regisseur, Autor und Schauspieler des amerikanischen Stummfilms der Zehner Jahre, war verheiratet mit der Schauspielerin Myrtle Stedman.

Marshall Stedman Filmography
1919: [08.31] Three Black Eyes (Black Eyes (Working title)) (Cast: Fatty Harriman), Directed by Charles Horan, with Taylor Holmes, Louise Orth, ,
1917: [10.25] Little Mariana's Triumph (Director), with Lina Basquette, Frankie Lee, Walter Belasco,
1917: [10.11] A Prince for a Day (Director), with Lina Basquette, Fred Montague, Martha Mattox,
1917: [09.27] A Romany Rose (Director), with Claire McDowell, Fred Montague, Martha Mattox,
1917: [09.06] A Dream of Egypt (Director), with Lina Basquette, Betty Schade, Albert MacQuarrie,
1915: [11.20] The Ring of Destiny (Story), Directed by Cleo Madison, with Cleo Madison, Joe King, Hoot Gibson,
1915: [] The Beachcomber (Cast: Mate of the Edith / Missionary (AKA Mr. Stedman) ), Directed by Phil Rosen, with Hobart Bosworth, Helen Wolcott, ,
1915: [02.04] Buckshot John (Cast: Warden of State's Prison ), Directed by Hobart Bosworth, with Hobart Bosworth, Courtenay Foote, Carl von Schiller,
1915: [05.06] Little Sunset (Cast: 'Apache' manager ), Directed by Hobart Bosworth, with Hobart Bosworth, Gordon Griffith, Rhea Haines,
1914: [11.23] The Country Mouse (Cast: George Marshall ), Directed by Hobart Bosworth, with Hobart Bosworth, Adele Farrington, Myrtle Stedman,
1914: [01.07] By Unseen Hand (Cast: John Masterson), Directed by William Duncan, with , Myrtle Stedman, Lester Cuneo,
1914: [01.01] Good Resolutions (Cast), Directed by William Duncan, with , Myrtle Stedman, Florence Dye,
1913: [11.26] Cupid in the Cow Camp (Via Mail Order) (Cast: Joe Manners), Directed by William Duncan, with Tom Mix, Myrtle Stedman, Lester Cuneo,
1913: [08.07] The Galloping Romeo (Cast: The Pastor), Directed by William Duncan, with , Myrtle Stedman, Rex de Rosselli,
1913: [06.04] The Law and the Outlaw (Cast: Buffalo Watson ), Directed by William Duncan, with Tom Mix, Lester Cuneo, Myrtle Stedman,
1913: [05.19] His Father's Deputy (Cast: Mine Supt. John Wilson ), Directed by William Duncan, with , Rex de Rosselli, Lester Cuneo,
1913: [01.24] The Suffragette (Story), with , Myrtle Stedman, Lester Cuneo,
1912: [12.24] Roderick's Ride (Director), with , , Myrtle Stedman,
1912: [12.03] The Mantle of Red Evans (Director), with Myrtle Stedman, Charles E. Reeves,
1912: [11.19] The Saint and the Siwash (Director), with Rex de Rosselli, Myrtle Stedman, Gladys Cuneo,
1912: [11.12] Between Love and the Law (Director), with , Myrtle Stedman, Lester Cuneo,
1912: [10.29] Jim's Vindication (Cast: The Office Manager), Directed by William Duncan, with , Lester Cuneo, Rex de Rosselli,
1912: [10.22] So-Jun-Wah and the Tribal Law (Director), with , Myrtle Stedman, Rex de Rosselli,
1912: [10.08] A Motorcycle Adventure (Director), with , Myrtle Stedman, Clay M. Greene,
1912: [09.24] The Cattle Rustlers (Director), with , Myrtle Stedman, Lester Cuneo,
1912: [09.17] The Brand Blotter (Director), with , Myrtle Stedman, Rex de Rosselli,
1912: [09.10] The Fighting Instinct (Cast: Jim Blaine - Mary's Father), Directed by William Duncan, with , Lester Cuneo, Myrtle Stedman,
1912: [09.06] Circumstantial Evidence (Cast: Sheriff Houston), Directed by Otis Thayer, with , Myrtle Stedman, Rex de Rosselli,
1912: [09.03] An Equine Hero (Scenario), Directed by Otis Thayer, with , Myrtle Stedman, Lester Cuneo,
1912: [08.27] The Whiskey Runners (Cast: Corporal Herrick - R.N.W.M.P.), Directed by Otis Thayer, with , Charles E. Reeves, Lester Cuneo,
1912: [08.13] The Wayfarer (Scenario), Directed by Otis Thayer, with , Myrtle Stedman, Rex de Rosselli,
1912: [08.09] The Boob (Cast: Howard Heming - the Leading Man), Directed by Otis Thayer, with Lester Cuneo, Florence Dye, ,
1912: [07.30] The Peculiar Nature of the White Man's Burden (Cast: Private Greeves ), Directed by Otis Thayer, with , Lester Cuneo, Rex de Rosselli,
1912: [07.23] The Double Cross (Cast: Mr. Sevener), Directed by Otis Thayer, with , Myrtle Stedman, Lester Cuneo,
1912: [05.06] The Coming of Columbus (Christopher Columbus) (Cast: King Ferdinand), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Kathlyn Williams, Charles Clary,
1910: [12.29] Justinian and Theodora (Cast), Directed by Otis Turner, with Hobart Bosworth, ,
1910: [07.20] The Thief (The Hollow Cane) (Cast: Carlos Montague aka Crafty Nick ), Directed by Tom Ricketts, with Brinsley Shaw,
1909: [01.21] Love and Law (Director), with ,

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