The day of birth of Paul Arlington is not on record. He was born in France (?). He was an American Author, Director, known for Max comes across (1917), Max in a taxi (1917), Max wants a divorce (1917), Paul Arlington's first movie on record is from 1914. Paul Arlington died on December 23, 1917 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1917.
Paul Arlington Filmography [Auszug]
1917: [04.23] Max in a taxi (Director: (--??--)), Directed by Max Linder, with Max Linder, Martha Mansfield, ,
1917: [03.26] Max wants a divorce (Director: (--??--)), Directed by Max Linder, with Max Linder, Martha Mansfield, Francine Larrimore,
1917: [02.18] Max comes across (Max Linder goes to America, Max on a Liner) (Director: (--??--)), Directed by Max Linder, with Max Linder, Martha Mansfield, Ernest Maupain,
1916: [04.19] Their Taking Ways (Scenario), Directed by William Beaudine, with Ethel Teare, John McDermott, Victor Rodman,
1916: [03.01] Sis Hopkins (Scenario: (A Double-barreled Courtship)), Directed by Robert Ellis, with Rose Melville, Henry Murdock, Olive West,
1914: [09.04] The Winking Zulu (Story), Directed by Albert W. Hale, with John E. Brennan, Fay Hunt, Laura Oakley,
1914: [07.17] Wanted: An Heir (Story), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with John E. Brennan, Marshall Neilan, Ruth Roland,
1914: [07.10] Rube, the Interloper (Story), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with John E. Brennan, Ruth Roland, Jeanette Hoffman,
1914: [07.03] Fleeing from the Fleas (Story), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Ruth Roland, Marshall Neilan, John E. Brennan,
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