Harry Solter

Portrait Harry SolterActor, Director, Author - USA
Born November 19, 1873 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Died March 2, 1920 in El Paso, Texas, USA
Other names or known as : Harry Salter, Harry L. Solter, H.L. Solter,

Mini-Biography:
Harry Solter was born under the given name Harry Lewis Solter on November 19, 1873 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. He was an American Actor, Director, Author, known for The Eavesdropper (1909), The Greaser's Gauntlet (1908), The fatal Hour (1908), Harry Solter's first movie on record is from 1908. He was married to Florence Lawrence (1908-1920). Harry Solter died on March 2, 1920 in El Paso, Texas, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1921.
Biographical Notes in German: Schauspieler und Regisseur des amerikanischen Stummfilms, verheiratet (1908-1920) mit der Schauspielerin Florence Lawrence.


1912
The FIRST VICTOR release is made FRIDAY, JUNE 14 [1912], "NOT LIKE OTHER GIRLS," in which Florence Lawrence plays the leading role, supported by Owen Moore and an all star cast. Mr. Harry Solter is the director of the Victor Company. (The Moving Picture News, June 1, 1912, pg 5)

The Victor Company hardly needs any comment as the work of Florence, under the direction of Harry L. Solter, is well known throughout the world. Miss Lawrence has enjoyed a much needed vacation, and is back at work sparkling with vivacity and life, and exhibitors can confidently expect splendid pictures from this studio. Owen Moore, who has proven a popular favorite with the public, will play opposite Miss Lawrence, the two being supported by an all-star cast. (The Moving Picture News, June 29, 1912, pg 9)

Gossip We hear that Florence Lawrence (Mrs. Solter) and her husband are being approached ty return to Lubin. (The Moving Picture News, June 29, 1912, pg 9)

Harry L. Solter of Victor is sticking to the direction of de luxe subjects, in which he has few equals. (Motography, August 3, 1912, pg 107)

HARRY SOLTER ON VACATION. The Universal Film Manufacturing Company is Jesirou- of contradicting rumors to the effect that Mr. Harry Solter is no longer connected with that company. One of the heads of the LTniversal Company stated to a Moving Picture World reporter that Mr. Solter is at present taking a vacation to look after some private business matters, and that he will be back at the studio when he gets ready to return. Mr. Solter is the producer of the Victor films in which Miss Florence Lawrence is being featured. Mr. Giles R. Warren is directing the Victor productions in Mr. Solter's absence. (The Moving Picture World, September 28, 1912, pg 1265)

Harry Solter of the Victor company has been on a late but enjoyable vacation. (Motography, October 12, 1912, pg 300)

...himself among scenario writers, Is now directing Victor productions during Harry Solter's absence In Europe. Mr. Warren declares that he finds ...


1916
MISS M. I. MACDONALD of the Moving Picture News and Miss Emma. R. Steiner entertained a few of their friends at a St. Patrick's party on Monday evening. Among the guests were : Mr. Stephen Bush and Mr. Mcllvaney of the Moving Picture World, Mr. Alfred H. Saunders and Mr. Wm. M. Petingale of the Moving Picture News, Miss Mary Pickford, Mr. Owen Moore, Miss Florence Lawrence, Mr. Harry Solter, all of moving picture fame. Among others present were Baroness de Bazus (Mrs. Frank Leslie), Mrs. Millie Thorne, prominent in the work of aiding stage children. (The Moving Picture News, March 20, 1913, pg 15)


1916
"Solter to produce on Coast" - Harry Solter left for Los Angeles last week on a producing mission for Carl Laemmle. Solter has not been active for the past year having been in retirement since he left the Universal. At one time he was Griffith's chief assistant and he is rated as a good program director. (The new York Clipper, November 29, 1916)

1917
"Bitter Sweet" will be Mr. Soltcr's initial offering, with Ella Hall, the star, playing a dual role. J. Grubb Alexander furnished the story and Fred Mynton supplied the scenario. Jack Nelson, George Bernager. Claire Du Brey, William Dyer, Leon Kent and Charles Mailes will lead the supporting cast. " The Fourth Glove " awaits a release date, but "Bitter Sweet" is still in the work. (The Motion Picture News, July 21, 1917, pg 394)

Ella Hall, announced for August 27 in "The Charmer," will be seen a little later in "Bitter Sweet," a feature produced by Harry Solter, who has succeeded Jack Conway as Miss Hall's director. (The Moving Picture World, August 11, 1917, pg 962)
Harry Solter, one of the pioneers in the industry, has taken the screen management of Ella Hall, succeeding Jack Conway, who finished his engagement with "The Charmer," set as the Bluebird for Aug. 27. (The Moving Picture World, August 18, 1917, pg )
Director Harry Solter has started productions at Universal City this week on a five-reel drama, entitled "The Dynast." The story was written by J. Grubb Alexander and Fred Myton and features Carmel Myers. Kenneth Harlan and Charles Hill Males have prominent parts in the production. (The Moving Picture World, August 25, 1917, pg 1226)
Harry Solter having finished "Bitter Sweet," the next release in which Ella Hall will appear, has begun work on "The Dynast," featuring Carmel Meyers with Kenneth Harlan and Charles Hill Mailes chief in support. "Bitter Sweet" 's intended to present Ella Hall on the October program, with Jack Nelson and Gretchen Lederer her principal aids. (The Moving Picture World, August 25, 1917, pg 1233)

... Ella Hall, announced for August 27 in "The Charmer," will be seen a little later in "Bitter Sweet," a feature produced by Harry Solter, who has succeeded Jack Conway as Miss Hall's director....

... . Harry Solter having finished "Bitter Sweet," the next re- lease in which Ella Hall will appear, has begun work on "The Dynast," featuring Carmel Meyers with Kenneth Harlan and Charles Hill Mailes chief in support. "Bitter Sweet" 's intended to present Ella Hall on the October program, with Jack Nelson and Gretchen Lederer her principal aids ...

...Carmel Meyers will become a new star in the Bluebird group when she is presented in "The Dynast," a production directed by Harry Solter, who has also prepared "Bitter Sweet," an Ella Hall feature for ...

... I found it was Harry Solter with whom I had appeared on the stage several years before. John Drew in "Motion Picture Classics" Vol 1-2

Harry Solter Filmography [Auszug]
1921: [01.00] The Sage Hen (Story), Directed by Edgar Lewis, with Gladys Brockwell, Wallace MacDonald, Richard Headrick,
1918: [02.04] The Wife He Bought (One Clear Call) (Director), with Carmel Myers, Kenneth Harlan, Howard Crampton,
1917: [11.05] The Lash of Power (The Lust of Power) (Director), with Kenneth Harlan, Carmel Myers, Helen Wright,
1917: [10.01] The Spotted Lily (Bitter Sweet (Working title)) (Director), with Ella Hall, Charles Hill Mailes, Jack Nelson,
1916: [12.30] (Director), with Florence Lawrence,
1916: [06.30] Blind Man's Bluff (Director), with Matt Moore, Jane Gail, Nellie Slattery,
1914: [10.09] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore,
1914: [09.11] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Miss Graham,
1914: [08.28] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, William O'Neill,
1914: [08.14] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Inez Ranous,
1914: [07.31] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, William O'Neill,
1914: [07.03] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, William O'Neill, Inez Ranous,
1914: [06.19] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Jack Newton,
1914: [06.05] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Hector Dion,
1914: [05.22] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Percy Standing,
1914: [05.22] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Percy Standing,
1914: [05.08] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Charles Craig,
1914: [04.10] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Jack Newton,
1914: [03.27] (Director: (AKA H.A. Solter)), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Edward Shalot,
1914: [03.13] The Honeymooners (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Lucretia Davis,
1914: [02.27] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Hazel Reid,
1914: [02.13] (Director: (AKA H.L. Solter)), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Joseph Singleton,
1914: [01.30] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Percy Standing,
1914: [01.16] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Joseph Singleton,
1914: [01.02] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Jane Carter,
1913: [12.19] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Earle Foxe,
1913: [12.05] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Earle Foxe, Richard Rosson,
1913: [11.28] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Percy Standing,
1913: [11.14] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Earle Foxe, Percy Standing,
1913: [10.31] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Earle Foxe, Charles Craig,
1913: [10.17] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Matt Moore, Earle Foxe,
1913: [10.03] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore, Claire Whitney,
1912: [12.13] (Director), with Owen Moore,
1912: [11.15] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore,
1912: [11.08] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore,
1912: [11.01] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore,
1912: [10.25] (Director: (AKA Harry L. Solter) ), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore,
1912: [10.18] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore,
1912: [10.11] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore,
1912: [10.04] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore, Victory Bateman,
1912: [09.27] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore,
1912: [09.20] Flo's Discipline (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore,
1912: [09.13] (Director: (AKA Harry L. Solter) ), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore,
1912: [09.06] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore,
1912: [08.30] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore, George Loane Tucker,
1912: [08.23] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore, Fred Malcolm,
1912: [08.16] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore, George Loane Tucker,
1912: [08.09] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore,
1912: [08.02] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore,
1912: [07.26] Not Like Other Girls (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore, Miss Montrose,
1912: [07.19] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore, John McCullough,
1912: [07.12] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore, Gladden James,
1912: [01.08] A Surgeon's Heroism (Director), with Arthur V. Johnson, Ormi Hawley, Harry Myers,
1912: [01.03] A Village Romance (Director), with Arthur V. Johnson, Florence Lawrence,
1911: [12.27] (Director), with Florence Lawrence,
1911: [12.20] Art Versus Music (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson,
1911: [12.11] A Girlish Impulse (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Albert McGovern, Arthur V. Johnson,
1911: [12.04] A Head for Business (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson,
1911: [11.23] A Blind Deception (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Charles Brandt,
1911: [11.13] His Chorus Girl Wife (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Charles Brandt,
1911: [11.06] Aunt Jane's Legacy (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Albert McGovern,
1911: [11.03] One on Reno (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Howard M. Mitchell,
1911: [10.26] A Rural Conqueror (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson,
1911: [10.16] The Maniac (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Albert McGovern,
1911: [10.11] The Slavey's Affinity (Cast), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson,
1911: [09.25] The Matchmaker (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Albert McGovern,
1911: [09.20] Life Saver (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Harry Myers,
1911: [09.07] The Story of Rosie's Rose (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Edna Payne,
1911: [08.31] Romance of Pond Cove (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Ethel Elder,
1911: [08.28] The Secret (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson,
1911: [08.21] A Rebellious Blossom (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Julia Stuart,
1911: [08.17] Through Jealous Eyes (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Julia Stuart,
1911: [08.07] Her Two Sons (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Albert McGovern,
1911: [08.03] The Gypsy (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson,
1911: [07.27] During Cherry Time (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Edna Payne,
1911: [07.10] The Snare of Society (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Jack Standing,
1911: [07.08] Always a Way (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Harry Myers,
1911: [07.01] The Little Rebel (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Albert McGovern,
1911: [06.22] Higgenses Versus Judsons (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Harry Myers,
1911: [06.15] Duke De Ribbon Counter (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Harry Myers, Arthur V. Johnson,
1911: [06.08] The Professor's Ward (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Ethel Elder,
1911: [06.01] A Game of Deception (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson,
1911: [05.29] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Harry Myers,
1911: [05.25] The Good Turn (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Jack Standing,
1911: [05.18] Her Humble Ministry (Director: (AKA Harry Salter)), with Arthur V. Johnson, Florence Lawrence, Albert McGovern,
1911: [05.08] That Awful Brother (Director), with Arthur V. Johnson, Florence Lawrence, Albert McGovern,
1911: [05.01] A Fascinating Bachelor (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Julia Stuart,
1911: [04.27] The Sheriff and the Man (Director), with Arthur V. Johnson, Florence Lawrence,
1911: [04.24] The Hoyden (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Ethel Elder,
1911: [04.17] Two Fathers (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Harry Myers,
1911: [04.10] Opportunity and the Man (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Harry Myers,
1911: [04.03] The Wife's Awakening (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Harry Myers, Arthur V. Johnson,
1911: [03.27] Her Child's Honor (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Albert McGovern,
1911: [03.20] Her Artistic Temperament (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson,
1911: [03.13] The Actress and the Singer (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Harry Myers,
1911: [03.09] His Friend, the Burglar (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson,
1911: [03.06] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Harry Myers,
1911: [02.27] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Harry Myers, Albert McGovern,
1911: [02.20] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Albert McGovern, Harry Myers,
1911: [02.13] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Harry Myers, Albert McGovern,
1911: [02.02] (Director), with Harry Myers, Florence Lawrence,
1911: [01.30] His Bogus Uncle (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Howard M. Mitchell, Harry Myers,
1911: [01.02] The Two Paths (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Dorothy Bernard, Wilfred Lucas, Adolphe Lestina,
1910: [10.24] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot, Owen Moore,
1910: [10.03] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot, Owen Moore,
1910: [10.03] (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Henry B. Walthall, Claire McDowell, Edith Haldeman,
1910: [09.26] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [09.19] A Summer Tragedy (Cast: ), Directed by Frank Powell, with Mack Sennett, Florence Barker, Gertrude Robinson,
1910: [09.19] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [09.01] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore,
1910: [08.29] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot, Owen Moore,
1910: [08.22] The Taming of Jane (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [08.18] (Director), with Florence Lawrence,
1910: [08.15] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [08.08] (Director), with King Baggot, Florence Lawrence,
1910: [08.01] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot, Owen Moore,
1910: [07.29] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [07.21] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [07.11] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [07.07] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [06.30] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore, King Baggot,
1910: [06.23] Self-Made Hero (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot, William V. Ranous,
1910: [06.09] The sculptor's nightmare (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [05.30] The Nichols on Vacation (Director), with Florence Lawrence, John R. Cumpson,
1910: [05.30] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [05.23] The Eternal Triangle (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot, John R. Cumpson,
1910: [05.16] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot, Owen Moore,
1910: [05.02] Two Men (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot, John R. Cumpson,
1910: [04.28] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [04.21] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [04.11] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [04.07] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [04.04] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [03.28] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [03.24] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [03.21] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [03.17] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot, Owen Moore,
1910: [03.14] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [03.07] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [03.03] The New Minister (Director: (--??--) ), with Florence Lawrence,
1910: [02.28] The final settlement (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with James Kirkwood, Dorothy Bernard, Arthur V. Johnson,
1910: [02.28] The Governor's Pardon (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot, John R. Cumpson,
1910: [02.21] (Director), with King Baggot, Florence Lawrence,
1910: [02.14] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [02.07] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [01.31] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot, Owen Moore,
1910: [01.24] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [01.17] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [01.10] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1910: [01.03] The Rocky Road (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Frank Powell, Stephanie Longfellow, George Nichols,
1910: [01.03] (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1909: [12.27] The Awakening of Bess (Director), with Florence Lawrence, King Baggot, George Loane Tucker,
1909: [12.20] (Director), with Florence Lawrence,
1909: [11.29] (Director), with Florence Lawrence,
1909: [11.15] (Director), with Florence Lawrence,
1909: [11.11] The Restoration (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with James Kirkwood, Marion Leonard, Owen Moore,
1909: [11.01] Love's Stratagem (Director), with William V. Ranous, Florence Lawrence, King Baggot,
1909: [08.30] The mills of the Gods (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Linda Arvidson, Arthur V. Johnson,
1909: [08.19] Mrs. Jones' Lover; or, 'I Want My Hat' (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Linda Arvidson, Flora Finch,
1909: [08.09] They would Elope (Cast: At Stable), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Billy Quirk, Mary Pickford, James Kirkwood,
1909: [08.09] Mrs. Jones's Burglar (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, James Kirkwood, Jeanie Macpherson,
1909: [08.09] (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Florence Lawrence, Mack Sennett,
1909: [07.29] The Slave (Cast: Deletius - the Patrician Rival ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, James Kirkwood,
1909: [07.26] A convict's sacrifice (Cast: The Foreman), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with James Kirkwood, Henry B. Walthall, Stephanie Longfellow,
1909: [07.19] The renunciation (Cast: Sam Walters), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mary Pickford, Anthony O'Sullivan, James Kirkwood,
1909: [07.12] The Cardinal's conspiracy (Cast), Directed by Frank Powell, D.W. Griffith, with James Kirkwood, Florence Lawrence, Frank Powell,
1909: [06.21] Was Justice Served? (Cast: Judge), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with James Kirkwood, Gladys Egan, David Miles,
1909: [06.17] Her first biscuits (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, John R. Cumpson, Anthony O'Sullivan,
1909: [06.14] The Son's return (Cast: The Employer), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with G.W. Bitzer, Charles West, Herbert Prior,
1909: [06.07] The violin maker of Cremona (Cast: The Judge ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Herbert Prior, Mary Pickford, Owen Moore,
1909: [06.03] What drink did (Cast: The Boss), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with David Miles, Florence Lawrence, Gladys Egan,
1909: [05.22] The cricket on the hearth (Cast: Tackleton ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Owen Moore, Violet Mersereau, Linda Arvidson,
1909: [05.17] The Jilt (Cast: At Stock Exchange), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Arthur V. Johnson, Owen Moore, Florence Lawrence,
1909: [05.13] A Baby's shoe (Cast: The Adoptive Father ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore, Linda Arvidson,
1909: [05.10] Jones and the Lady book agent (Cast: In Office ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Florence Lawrence, Mack Sennett,
1909: [05.10] The french duel (Cast: At Duel), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Arthur V. Johnson, Charles Avery,
1909: [05.06] One Busy Hour (Cast: In Store / Customer ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Herbert Prior, Robert Harron,
1909: [05.03] The Eavesdropper (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles Inslee, David Miles, Marion Leonard,
1909: [04.29] Tis an ill wind that blows no good (Cast: In Crowd ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Herbert Prior, Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson,
1909: [04.26] Lucky Jim (Cast: Jim's Friend), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Marion Leonard, Mack Sennett, Barry O'Moore,
1909: [04.19] A Troublesome Satchel (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Arthur V. Johnson, Herbert Prior,
1909: [04.12] The winning coat (Cast: Duke), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Owen Moore, Marion Leonard,
1909: [04.01] A Drunkard's Reformation (Cast: Man In the Play), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Arthur V. Johnson, Linda Arvidson, Adele de Garde,
1909: [03.25] A burglar's mistake (Cast: Henry Newman), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles Inslee, Marion Leonard,
1909: [03.22] The Deception (Cast: Harvey's Friend), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Barry O'Moore, Florence Lawrence,
1909: [03.15] The lure of the gown (Cast: Enrico), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Marion Leonard, Florence Lawrence,
1909: [03.11] The Salvation Army Lass (Cast: Bob Walton), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, Dorothy West, Mack Sennett,
1909: [03.08] The Roue's heart (Cast: Monsieur Flamant), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Marion Leonard, Linda Arvidson,
1909: [03.04] A Fool's Revenge (Rigoletto) (Cast: At Court), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Owen Moore, Charles Inslee, Marion Leonard,
1909: [03.01] The prussian spy (Cast: Count Lopes), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Marion Leonard, Owen Moore,
1909: [02.25] At the altar (Cast: Man on Street), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Marion Leonard, Charles Inslee, Barry O'Moore,
1909: [02.18] The Hindoo dagger (Cast: Jack Windom), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Marion Leonard, Arthur V. Johnson,
1909: [02.18] The Joneses have Amateur Theatricals (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Florence Lawrence, Linda Arvidson,
1909: [02.15] The curtain pole (Cast: Mr. Edwards ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, Mack Sennett, with Mack Sennett, Florence Lawrence,
1909: [02.11] Tragic Love (Cast: In Factory), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Arthur V. Johnson, David Miles, Linda Arvidson,
1909: [02.08] A wreath in time (Cast: Drinking Partner), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mack Sennett, Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson,
1909: [02.04] The Brahma Diamond (Cast: A Tourist), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with George Gebhardt, Florence Lawrence,
1909: [02.01] The Girls and Daddy (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with David Miles, Florence Lawrence, Dorothy West,
1909: [01.28] The cord of life (Cast: Man on Street), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles Inslee, Marion Leonard, George Gebhardt,
1909: [01.25] The welcome burglar (Cast: Ben Harris), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Marion Leonard, Charles Inslee,
1909: [01.21] Mr. Jones has a card party (Cast: Guest ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Florence Lawrence, Linda Arvidson,
1909: [01.21] The Fascinating Mrs. Francis (Cast: Young Man's Father), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Marion Leonard, Barry O'Moore, Anita Hendrie,
1909: [01.18] The criminal hypnotist (Cast: The Doctor), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Owen Moore, Marion Leonard, Arthur V. Johnson,
1909: [01.14] A rural elopement (Cast: Hungry Henry), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Linda Arvidson, George Gebhardt,
1909: [01.14] The sacrifice (Cast: Mr. Hardluck ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson,
1909: [01.11] The Honor of Thieves (Cast: Mr. Einstein), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, Owen Moore,
1909: [01.11] Love finds a way (Cast: One of the Daughter's Suitors), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Anita Hendrie, Arthur V. Johnson, Marion Leonard,
1909: [01.09] Mrs. Jones entertains (Cast: Delivery Man ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Florence Lawrence, Jeanie Macpherson,
1909: [01.04] The Maniac Cook (Cast: Mr. Holland), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Anita Hendrie, Marion Leonard,
1909: [01.01] One Touch of Nature (Cast: Doctor), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Arthur V. Johnson, Florence Lawrence, Marion Leonard,
1909: [11.13] The Roue's Heart (Cast: Confederate Soldier / Union Soldier), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Arthur V. Johnson, Dorothy West, George Gebhardt,
1908: [12.29] The helping hand (Cast: Bill Wolfe ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Flora Finch, Linda Arvidson, Anita Hendrie,
1908: [12.25] Mr. Jones at the Ball (Cast: Guest at Ball ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Florence Lawrence, Mack Sennett,
1908: [12.22] The Christmas Burglars (Cast: One of Mike's Assistants), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, Adele de Garde, Charles Inslee,
1908: [12.19] The Test of Friendship (Cast: The Butler / Foreman ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Arthur V. Johnson, Florence Lawrence,
1908: [12.18] An awful moment (Cast: Judge Mowbray), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with George Gebhardt, Marion Leonard,
1908: [12.12] The Feud and the Turkey (Cast: Mr. Caufield), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Linda Arvidson, Arthur V. Johnson,
1908: [12.11] The Reckoning (Cast: The Husband), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, Mack Sennett,
1908: [12.04] Money Mad (Cast: First Villain ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles Inslee, George Gebhardt,
1908: [12.05] The valet's wife (Cast: Postman / Adoption Agent ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mack Sennett, Arthur V. Johnson, Robert Harron,
1908: [11.27] The clubman and the tramp (Cast: Man on Street), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, Mack Sennett, Arthur V. Johnson,
1908: [11.24] A Woman's way (Cast: A Camper ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with George Gebhardt, Linda Arvidson,
1908: [11.17] The Song of the Shirt (Cast: Employer / In Second Restaurant), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, Linda Arvidson, Robert Harron,
1908: [11.10] The Taming of the Shrew (Scenario), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, Arthur V. Johnson, Linda Arvidson,
1908: [11.03] After Many Years (Enoch Arden) (Cast: Tom Foster), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles Inslee, Florence Lawrence,
1908: [10.30] Concealing a Burglar (Cast: Mr. Wells), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Arthur V. Johnson, Florence Lawrence,
1908: [10.27] The Call of the Wild (Cast: Lieutenant Penrose), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles Inslee, Florence Lawrence,
1908: [10.23] The Romance of a Jewess (Cast: Customer / Rubinstein), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, , George Gebhardt,
1908: [10.20] The Planter's Wife (Cast: Tom Roland), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Arthur V. Johnson, Claire McDowell,
1908: [10.16] The Vaquero's Vow (Cast: Gonzales), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles Inslee, Arthur V. Johnson,
1908: [10.13] The Barbarian Ingomar (Ingomar, the Barbarian) (Cast: Myron), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles Inslee, Florence Lawrence,
1908: [10.10] Father Gets in the Game (Cast: Wilkins' Son ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mack Sennett, George Gebhardt,
1908: [10.06] The Zulu's Heart (Cast: A Boer), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles Inslee, George Gebhardt,
1908: [10.02] The Devil (Cast: Harold Thornton ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Claire McDowell, George Gebhardt,
1908: [09.29] The Stolen Jewels (Cast: Mr. Jenkins), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, Linda Arvidson,
1908: [09.26] Richard III (Cast), Directed by J. Stuart Blackton, William V. Ranous, with William V. Ranous, Maurice Costello, Florence Auer,
1908: [09.25] A Smoked Husband (Cast: Maid's Accomplice), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Florence Lawrence, Linda Arvidson,
1908: [09.22] Where Breakers Roar (Cast: At the Beach), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Arthur V. Johnson, Linda Arvidson, Robert Harron,
1908: [09.18] The Heart of O'Yama (Cast: Spy), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, George Gebhardt, George Nichols,
1908: [09.15] The Red Girl (Cast: Bartender), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, Charles Inslee,
1908: [09.08] The Girl and the Outlaw (Cast: Nellie's Father), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles Inslee, Arthur V. Johnson,
1908: [09.04] Monday Morning in a Coney Island Police Court (Cast: McPheeney's Aide ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with John R. Cumpson, Anthony O'Sullivan,
1908: [09.01] Betrayed by a handprint (Cast: Mr. Wharton ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Florence Lawrence, Linda Arvidson,
1908: [08.28] For a Wife's Honor (Cast: Frank Wilson), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles Inslee, George Gebhardt,
1908: [08.21] For Love of Gold (Just Meat) (Cast: Thief / Butler ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with George Gebhardt, Charles Gorman,
1908: [08.18] The fatal Hour (Cast: Pong Lee ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with George Gebhardt, Linda Arvidson,
1908: [08.15] The Greaser's Gauntlet (Cast: Kidnapper / Party Guest), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Wilfred Lucas, Arthur V. Johnson, Marion Leonard,
1908: [08.25] Balked at the Altar (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mabel Stoughton, Linda Arvidson, George Gebhardt,
1908: [08.14] The Man and the Woman (Cast: Priest), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Linda Arvidson, George Gebhardt,
1908: [08.07] A Calamitous Elopement (Cast: Frank), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Linda Arvidson, Charles Inslee,
1908: [08.04] The Bandit's Waterloo (Cast: Police Sergeant), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles Inslee, Linda Arvidson, Marion Leonard,
1908: [07.31] (Cast: Chinese), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Edward Dillon, D.W. Griffith,
1908: [07.28] (Cast: Villain ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles Inslee, John Tansey,
1908: [07.24] The Tavern Keeper's Daughter (Cast: Old Man), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with George Gebhardt, Edward Dillon, Florence Auer,
1908: [07.10] The Stage Rustler (Cast: Man in Bar), Directed by Wallace McCutcheon, with D.W. Griffith, Edward Dillon, Linda Arvidson,
1908: [07.07] The Kentuckian (Cast), Directed by Wallace McCutcheon, with Edward Dillon, D.W. Griffith, Florence Auer,
1908: [06.09] 'Ostler Joe (Cast: Wedding Guest), Directed by Wallace McCutcheon, with Edward Dillon, D.W. Griffith,
1908: [06.06] Romeo and Juliet (Romeo and Juliet, a Romantic Story of the Ancient Feud Between the Italian Houses of Montague and Capulet) (Cast), Directed by J. Stuart Blackton, William V. Ranous, with Paul Panzer, Florence Lawrence, John G. Adolfi,
1908: [06.02] Thompson's Night Out (Cast: Theatre Patron ), Directed by Wallace McCutcheon, with Anthony O'Sullivan, Edward Dillon, Gene Gauntier,
1908: [05.20] When Knights Were Bold (Cast: Nobleman), Directed by Wallace McCutcheon, with Linda Arvidson, D.W. Griffith,
1908: [05.06] The Sculptor's Nightmare (Cast: Extra (/xx/) ), Directed by Wallace McCutcheon, with Florence Auer, Edward Dillon, D.W. Griffith,
1908: [04.22] Hulda's Lovers (Cast: Extra (/xx/) ), Directed by Wallace McCutcheon, with Gene Gauntier, D.W. Griffith, Edward Dillon,
1908: [04.15] King of the Cannibal Islands (Cast: Heinie Holtzmeyer), Directed by Wallace McCutcheon, with D.W. Griffith, Linda Arvidson,
1908: [04.07] A Famous Escape (Cast: Prison Guard ), Directed by Wallace McCutcheon, with D.W. Griffith, Anthony O'Sullivan,

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