Phil Lang was born circa in 1886 in Xenia, Ohio, USA. He was an American Author, known for The Third Degree (1919), The Black Crook (1916), The Dance of Death (1914), Phil Lang's first movie on record is from 1911. Phil Lang died on January 24, 1919 in New York City, New York, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1919.
Phil Lang Filmography [Auszug]
1919: [05.19] The Third Degree (Scenario), Directed by Tom Terriss, with Alice Joyce, Gladden James, Anders Randolf,
1917: [10.26] The Onion Magnate's Revenge (Scenario), Directed by Alfred Santell, with Lloyd Hamilton, Bud Duncan, John Steppling,
1917: [10.19] Whirlwind of Whiskers (Scenario), Directed by Alfred Santell, with Lloyd Hamilton, Bud Duncan, Marin Sais,
1917: [10.12] The Boot and the Loot (Scenario), Directed by Alfred Santell, with Lloyd Hamilton, Bud Duncan, Henry Murdock,
1916: [01.10] The Black Crook (Scenario), Directed by Robert G. Vignola, with Edward P. Sullivan, Gladys Coburn, Roland Bottomley,
1914: [12.21] The School for Scandal (Scenario), Directed by Kenean Buel, with Jere Austin, Irene Boyle, William Burress,
1914: [04.27] The Dance of Death (Scenario), Directed by Robert G. Vignola, with Tom Moore, Alice Joyce, Verna Mersereau,
1913: [09.22] The Counterfeiter's Confederate (Scenario: (--??--)), Directed by Kenean Buel, with Anna Q. Nilsson, Guy Coombs, Stephen Purdee,
1911: [10.18] Daniel Boone's Bravery (Scenario), Directed by George Melford, with George Melford,
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