George Binns was born under the given name George Herbert Binns on April 25, 1886 in Yorkshire, England, UK. He was an American Actor, known for The Kitchen Lady (1918), Taming Target Center (1917), His Bitter Fate (1917), George Binns's first movie on record is from 1916. He was married to Jerry Melville. George Binns died on October 27, 1918 in Glendale, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1918.
George Binns Filmography [Auszug]
1918: [05.05] A Neighbor's Keyhole (Cast), Directed by Henry Lehrman, with Billie Ritchie, Winifred Westover, Hugh Fay,
1918: [01.27] His Hidden Purpose (Cast: A Farmer Who Lived in the Country (AKA George H. Binns)), Directed by Edward F. Cline, with Chester Conklin, Marie Prevost, Gene Rogers,
1918: [01.13] The Kitchen Lady (Cast: Wedding Guest), Directed by Edward F. Cline, with Louise Fazenda, Slim Summerville, Eva Thatcher,
1917: [12.30] Taming Target Center (Reform of Hell's Half Acre (Working title)) (Cast), Directed by William Campbell, Hampton Del Ruth, with Ben Turpin, Polly Moran, Tom Kennedy,
1917: [12.09] The Grave Undertaking (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Lloyd Bacon, Maude Wayne,
1917: [09.23] The Late Lamented (Cast: The Double-Crossing Partner ), Directed by Harry Williams, with Robert Milliken, Mary Thurman,
1917: [09.16] His Baby Doll (Baby Story (Working title), Doll Story (Working title)) (Cast: The Butler), Directed by Harry Williams, with Dale Fuller, Malcolm St. Clair,
1917: [08.26] Their Domestic Deception (Cast), Directed by Harry Williams, with Dale Fuller, Malcolm St. Clair,
1917: [07.22] An Innocent Villain (Watch and Fob Story (Working title)) (Cast: Comedian), Directed by Harry Williams, with Dale Fuller, Malcolm St. Clair,
1917: [06.24] His Bitter Fate (Cast), Directed by Harry Williams, with Dale Fuller, Lillian Biron,
1917: [06.10] His Marriage Failure (Cast), Directed by Herman C. Raymaker, with Dale Fuller, Patrick Kelly,
1917: [05.20] The Camera Cure (Cast), Directed by Herman C. Raymaker, with Maude Wayne, Malcolm St. Clair,
1917: [04.29] A Dog's Own Tale (Cast), Directed by Herman C. Raymaker, with A. Edward Sutherland, Maude Wayne,
1917: [04.01] Innocent Sinners (Cast), Directed by Herman C. Raymaker, with A. Edward Sutherland, Maude Wayne,
1917: [02.18] The Telephone Belle (Cast), Directed by Herman C. Raymaker, with Florence Clarke, A. Edward Sutherland,
1916: [03.03] Tubby Turns the Tables (Cast), Directed by Larry Semon, with Hughie Mack, Adele de Garde, Bert Binns,
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