Benedict James

Author - Great Britain
Born October 31, 1871 in Blaenavon, Wales, UK
Died August 14, 1957 in London, England, UK

Benedict James was born under the given name Bertram Jacobs on October 31, 1871 in Blaenavon, Wales, UK. He was an English Author, known for The Vicar of Wakefield (1916), Masks and Faces (1917), Castle (1915), Benedict James's first movie on record is from 1915. Benedict James died on August 14, 1957 in London, England, UK. His last motion picture on file dates from 1917.

Benedict James Filmography [Auszug]
1917: [03.00] Masks and Faces (Scenario), Directed by Fred Paul, with Johnston Forbes-Robertson, , Henry S. Irving,
1916: [10.00] The Vicar of Wakefield (Scenario), Directed by Fred Paul, with Laura Cowie, , John Hare,
1916: [07.00] The Broken Melody (Scenario), Directed by Cavendish Morton, with John Martin Harvey, Hilda Moore, Manora Thew,
1916: [06.00] The New Clown (Scenario), Directed by Fred Paul, with James Welch, Manora Thew, Richard Lindsay,
1916: [03.00] The Second Mrs. Tanqueray (Scenario), Directed by Fred Paul, with James Lindsay, , Nelson Ramsey,
1915: [10.00] Castle (Scenario), Directed by Laurence Trimble, with Peggy Hyland, Esme Hubbard, ,

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