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Edwin Barbour (–1914)

Edwin Barbour was born as Edwin Wilbur Barbour. He was an actor and writer, known for The House Next Door (1914), The Special Officer (1913) and A Leaf from the Past (1914). He died on September 14, 1914 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The House Next Door
The House Next Door Sir John Cotswolt
(1914)
The Special Officer
The Special Officer Dad Brown - the Special Officer
(1913)
A Leaf from the Past
A Leaf from the Past Stephen Wilson
(1914)
The Investment
The Investment Grandpa Papkin - the Father
(1914)

Filmography

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 1914 The Fortune Hunter
Old Hi
 1914 The House Next Door
Sir John Cotswolt
 1914 The Investment (Short)
Grandpa Papkin - the Father
 1914 The Wolf
 1914 A Leaf from the Past (Short)
Stephen Wilson
 1914 The Klondike Bubble (Short)
Professor Lamb - Father
 1913 The Hazard of Youth (Short)
Mr. Young - Barbara's Father
 1913 The Cry of the Blood (Short)
 1913 The Special Officer (Short)
Dad Brown - the Special Officer
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 1924 The Fire Patrol (play)
 1914 Northern Lights (play)
 1913 When the Earth Trembled (scenario)
 1912 Home Sweet Home (Short) (story)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: A Fool There Was. Written by Porter Emerson Browne. Directed by George F. Marion. Liberty Theatre: 24 Mar 1909- Jun 1909 (closing date unknown/93 performances). Cast: Frances Barber (as "Ship Passenger"), Edwin Barbour (as "Ship's Captain") [final Broadway role], R.J. Barker (as "Ship's Doctor"), John Bascombe (as "Ship ... See more »

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