Basil Dickey was born on November 23, 1880 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He was an American Author, known for The New Exploits of Elaine (1915), Welcome to Our City (1922), The Secret Kingdom (1916), Basil Dickey's first movie on record is from 1915. Basil Dickey died on June 17, 1958 in Long Beach, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1923.
Basil Dickey Filmography [Auszug]
1923: [11.20] In Search of a Thrill (Scenario), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Viola Dana, Warner Baxter, Mabel Van Buren,
1922: [02.01] Welcome to Our City (Scenario), Directed by Robin H. Townley, Leopold Wharton, with Macklyn Arbuckle, , ,
1921: [02.28] The Right Way (Making Good, The Gray Brother (Working title), Within Prison Walls (Reissue title)) (Scenario), Directed by Sidney Olcott, with Edwards Davis, Helen Lindroth, ,
1916: [01.01] The Secret Kingdom (Scenario), Directed by Charles Brabin, Theodore Marston, with Charles Richman, Dorothy Kelly, Joseph Kilgour,
1915: [04.05] The New Exploits of Elaine (Scenario: (/xx/)), Directed by George B. Seitz, Louis J. Gasnier, with Pearl White, Creighton Hale, Arnold Daly,
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