James H. Harrison

Actor - USA
Born May 26, 1908 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, US
Died November 9, 1977 in Woodland Hills, CA, US

James H. Harrison was born on May 26, 1908 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, US. He was an American Actor, known for Annie get your gun (1950), Beyond the Rainbow (1922), The Bad Boy (1917), James H. Harrison's first movie on record is from 1913. James H. Harrison died on November 9, 1977 in Woodland Hills, CA, US. His last motion picture on file dates from 1950.

James H. Harrison Filmography [Auszug]
1950: [/ /1] Annie get your gun (Cast), Directed by George Sidney, with Edward Arnold, , Clinton Sundberg,
1922: [] Beyond the Rainbow (Cast: Louis Wade), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Billie Dove, Huntley Gordon, Clara Bow,
1917: [02.18] The Bad Boy (Cast: Clarence ), Directed by Chester Withey, with Robert Harron, Richard Cummings, Josephine Crowell,
1913: [06.23] A Husband's Mistake (Cast: Dick's Friend ), Directed by Albert W. Hale, with J. Warren Kerrigan, Vivian Rich, Jack Richardson,

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