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William Brunton (1883–1965)

William Brunton was born on March 13, 1883 in Canada as William G. Brunton. He was an actor and director, known for Fast Freight 3205 (1914), Stingaree (1915) and The Stolen Tapestries (1913). He was married to Louella Maxam. He died on February 19, 1965 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »


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Fast Freight 3205
Fast Freight 3205 Andrews - Telegraph Operator at Flint
Stingaree Robert Randolph [Ch. 1]
The Stolen Tapestries
The Stolen Tapestries Abbott - a Young Criminologist
The Squaw Man
The Squaw Man Shorty


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 1921 The Lady from Longacre
Tiger Bugg
 1921 The Mad Marriage
 1920 The Tiger Band
Jose Galbez
 1919 The Valley of the Giants
Buck Ogilvy
 1919 As the Sun Went Down
Albert Atherton
 1918 The Squaw Man
 1918 The Cruise of the Make-Believes
Aubrey Meggison
 1917 The Lost Express
Charles Bonner
 1917 The Railroad Raiders
Roy Wilson
 1917 John Osborne's Triumph (Short)
 1916 The Manager of the B & A
Gordon Holt
 1916 The Diamond Runners
Hon. Fortesque Holstead (as William G. Brunton)
 1916 Judith of the Cumberlands
Pony Card
 1916 Medicine Bend
Tony Wickwire
 1916 Whispering Smith
 1916 The Heart of Bonita (Short)
Juan - a Servant
 1916 Missy (Short)
Joseph Boggs
 1915 An Enemy of Mankind (Short)
 1915 Stingaree
Robert Randolph [Ch. 1]
 1915/I The Barnstormers
Jack Green - Adam's Son
 1915 An Arizona Wooing (Short)
Thomas Dixon
 1915 The Conversion of Smiling Tom (Short)
Hiram Flint
 1915 The High Hand
Big Tom Simmonds
 1914 The Man Who Could Not Lose
Count Lecoff
 1914 The Bond Eternal (Short)
Raymond King - the Banker's Son
 1914 The Rival Railroad's Plot (Short)
Jerry - a Fireman
 1914 The Express Messenger (Short)
 1914 A String of Pearls (Short)
John Haldeman - an Artist
 1914 The Flaw in the Alibi (Short)
Walter Randall - Ruth's Sweetheart
 1914 The Stolen Rembrandt (Short)
Sterling - a Young Artist
 1914 The Nurse and the Counterfeiter (Short)
Dr. Andrews - Betty's Sweetheart
 1914 Fast Freight 3205 (Short)
Andrews - Telegraph Operator at Flint
 1914 The Refrigerator Car's Captive (Short)
Sydney Crane
 1914 The Boer War
Lt. Jack Lambert, their son
 1914 The Delayed Special (Short)
Billy Wayne - Dispatcher
 1914 A Million in Jewels (Short)
Tom King - a Young American
 1914 Playing for a Fortune (Short)
Steve - Nora's Brother
 1913 Gilt Edge Stocks (Short)
James Fleece
 1913 In Peril of His Life (Short)
 1913 The Express Car Mystery (Short)
Pasquale - an Italian Violinist
 1913 The Stolen Tapestries (Short)
Abbott - a Young Criminologist
 1913 The Runaway Freight (Short)
Billy - a Brakeman
 1913 The Silent Warning (Short)
Ralph - a Construction Foreman
 1913 The Hermit's Ruse (Short)
Hayden - the Miner
 1913 The Monogrammed Cigarette (Short)
Jack Drake - Gentleman Burglar
 1913 The Smuggler's Last Deal (Short)
Pete Hefton - a Smuggler
 1913 The Substitute Engineer (Short)
Tom - Billy's Rival
 1913 The Alibi (Short)
Sheriff Joseph White
 1913/I Birds of Prey (Short)
The Stool Pigeon
 1913 The Treachery of a Scar (Short)
Tom - Ralph's Pal
 1913 Brought to Bay (Short)
Jim Madden - the Ranch Owner
 1913 Papita's Destiny (Short)
 1913 The Bandit's Child (Short)
Bob North - the Bandit
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William G. Brunton | Will Brunton

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