Harry Furniss was born circa in 1854 in Wexford, Ireland. He was Actor, Author, known for Master and Pupil (1912), The Foundling (1912), The Artist and the Brain Specialist (1912), Harry Furniss's first movie on record is from 1912. Harry Furniss died on January 15, 1925. His last motion picture on file dates from 1912.
Harry Furniss Filmography [Auszug]
1912: [10.18] The Foundling (Scenario), Directed by Ashley Miller, with Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt,
1912: [07.23] The Sketch with the Thumb Print (Cast: The Artist), Directed by N. N., with Gertrude McCoy, George Lessey,
1912: [07.10] The Artist's Joke (Story), Directed by N. N., with Mary Fuller, Willis Secord,
1912: [06.28] Master and Pupil (Cast: The Master), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with Mary Fuller, Harold M. Shaw,
1912: [06.08] The Shadow on the Blind (Scenario), Directed by N. N., with Gertrude McCoy, Augustus Phillips,
1912: [05.22] The Artist and the Brain Specialist (The Mighty Hunters) (Scenario), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Walter Edwin, Barry O'Moore,
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