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James O. Barrows (1855–1925)

James O. Barrows was born on March 29, 1855 in Copperopolis, California, USA. He was an actor, known for The Old Fool (1923), The White Dove (1920) and Down Home (1920). He died on December 7, 1925 in Hollywood, California. See full bio »

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 1926 The Sea Beast
Rev. Harper
 1925 The Goose Woman
Chief of Detectives Kelly
 1925 The Price of Pleasure
Jenkins
 1925 Daddy's Gone A-Hunting
Colonel Orth
 1924 The Tomboy
Henry Smith (as James Barrows)
 1924 Her Night of Romance
Old Butler (as James Barrows)
 1924 The Title Holder (Short)
The Old Actor
 1924 The Gaiety Girl
Juckins
 1924 Young Ideas
Uncle Eph
 1924 Fight and Win
 1923 The Old Fool
Grandad Steele (as James Barrows)
 1923 Stephen Steps Out
Prof. Gilman
 1923 Cause for Divorce
Prof. Williams
 1923 Shadows of the North
Ezra 'Pancake' Darby
 1922 When Love Comes
David Coleridge (as James Barrows)
 1922 The Pride of Palomar
Father Dominic (as James Barrows)
 1922 Pawned
Old Hawkins
 1922 White Shoulders
Judge Blakelock
 1922 Hurricane's Gal
Cap'n Danny
 1922 The Call of Home
Butler
 1921 Silent Years
Father Mantelle
 1920 Unseen Forces
Joe Simmons
 1920 Down Home
Dabney Todd (as James Barrows)
 1920 The Untamed
Joe Cumberland
 1920 Dangerous to Men
Uncle Gregory
 1920 When Dawn Came
Father Michael Farrel
 1920 The White Dove
Matthew Lanyon
 1920 The Inferior Sex
Captain Andy Drake
 1919 The Lord Loves the Irish
Timothy Lynch
 1919 Brothers Divided
Prof. Renaud
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