John Lancaster

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Actor - USA
Born 1857 in Richmond, Virginia, USA
Died October 11, 1935 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA

Mini-Biography:
John Lancaster was born circa in 1857 in Richmond, Virginia, USA. He was an American Actor, known for The Fugitive (1913), Second Childhood (1914), The Manicure Girl (1916), John Lancaster's first movie on record is from 1912. John Lancaster died on October 11, 1935 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1917.

John Lancaster Filmography [Auszug]
1917: [05.00] Baseball at Mudville (Cast), Directed by Norval MacGregor, with Lee Morris, ,
1917: [05.00] Bill and the Bearded Lady (Cast: Bill), Directed by Norval MacGregor, with , Lillian Leighton,
1917: [04.00] Mr. Bingo, the Bachelor (Cast: Mr. Bingo), Directed by Norval MacGregor, with , Lillian Leighton,
1917: [04.00] Everybody Was Satisfied (Cast), Directed by Norval MacGregor, with Lillian Leighton, William Scott,
1917: [02.12] Chased Into Love (Cast: Her Father), Directed by Charley Chase, with Hank Mann, Carmen Phillips,
1917: [02.05] The Cloud-Puncher (Cast: The Town Squire), Directed by Charley Chase, with Hank Mann, ,
1916: [01.01] The Manicure Girl (Cast: Postmaster Pash), Directed by Burton L. King, with Cecil Holland, Sidney Smith, ,
1915: [10.14] The Chronicles of Bloom Center (Cast: Postmaster Ira Pash), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with , Sidney Smith, Ralph McComas,
1914: [10.23] The Tonsorial Leopard Tamer (Cast: Mose Jackson), Directed by Norval MacGregor, with Lillian Leighton, ,
1914: [05.29] Second Childhood (Cast: David), Directed by Norval MacGregor, with , Lee Morris,
1913: [05.05] The Midnight Bell (Cast: Justice of the Peace), Directed by Charles H. France, with , , ,
1913: [03.18] Turn Him Out (Cast: Nicodemus Nobbs), Directed by Charles H. France, with , Lillian Leighton,
1913: [03.13] The Fugitive (Cast: Judge Boodle), Directed by Charles H. France, with Lillian Leighton, ,
1912: [12.05] A Freight Train Drama (Cast: Red), Directed by Francis Boggs, with , Winifred Greenwood, ,
1912: [10.11] An International Romance (Cast: Jake - the Houseman), Directed by George L. Cox, with Winifred Greenwood, , William Stowell,
1912: [09.23] A Detective's Strategy (Cast: The Gardener), Directed by Lem B. Parker, with Mac Barnes, Charles Clary, Winifred Greenwood,
1912: [09.19] Into the Genuine (Cast: Hank Morgan - the Trapper), Directed by Lem B. Parker, with Carl Winterhoff, Winifred Greenwood, Adrienne Kroell,
1912: [08.16] Two Gay Dogs (Cast: Ben Stevens), Directed by Chauncy D. Herbert, with , ,
1912: [07.12] A Mail Order Hypnotist (Cast: Jim Hudson), Directed by Chauncy D. Herbert, with Adrienne Kroell, Tommy Flynn, Edgar G. Wynn,

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