John McKinnon

Actor - USA
Borndate unknown
Deathdate unknown

The day of birth of John McKinnon is not on record. He was an American Actor, known for The Tongues of Men (1916), The Cruise of the Make-Believes (1918), The Stronger Love (1916), John McKinnon's first movie on record is from 1916. John McKinnon died on an unknown date. His last motion picture on file dates from 1927.

John McKinnon Filmography [Auszug]
1927: [09.18] In a Moment of Temptation (Cast: Leetch (as John MacKinnon) ), Directed by Philip Carle, with Charlotte Stevens, Grant Withers, Cornelius Keefe,
1918: [09.08] The Girl Who Came Back (The Woman Who Came Back) (Cast: Bayard's Butler), Directed by Robert G. Vignola, with Ethel Clayton, Elliott Dexter, Theodore Roberts,
1918: [09.01] The Cruise of the Make-Believes (Cast: Butler of Dream Valley ), Directed by George Melford, with Lila Lee, Harrison Ford, Raymond Hackett,
1917: [02.19] The Winning of Sally Temple (Cast: Gregory ), Directed by George Melford, with Fannie Ward, Jack Dean, Walter Long,
1916: [08.27] The Victory of Conscience (Cast: Father Burgod), Directed by Frank Reicher, with Cleo Ridgely, Lou Tellegen, Elliott Dexter,
1916: [08.13] The Stronger Love (Nell of Thunder Mountain (Working title)) (Cast: Peter Kincaid), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with Vivian Martin, Edward Peil, Frank Lloyd,
1916: [01.06] The Tongues of Men (Cast: Mr. Loughram), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with Constance Collier, Forrest Stanley, Herbert Standing,

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