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Print Biographies (2)

John Bunny. Bunnyisms. Kraus Mfg. Co., 1914.
Paul Rothwell-Smith. Silent Films! the Performers. Nottingham: Cordelia Books, 2011. ISBN 9781907540325

Articles (34)

Classic Images (US) January 1992, Iss. 199, pg. 33, by: James L. Neibaur, "John Bunny: The First Star of Comedy Movies"
Moving Picture World (US) June 29 1919, pg. 1998, "Bunny Theatre Bills Vitagraph"
New York Dramatic Mirror (US) January 15 1916, pg. 33, "John Bunny Left $6,536.89 [to widow]"
Moving Picture World (US) May 15 1915, pg. 1048, "Throng at Bunny's Funeral"
Moving Picture World (US) May 15 1915, pg. 1062, "Observations by Our Man About Town"
New York Dramatic Mirror (US) May 12 1915, pg. 22:2, "To the Memory of John Bunny [poem]"
Moving Picture World (US) May 8 1915, pg. 876, ill, "John Bunny (obit)"
New York Dramatic Mirror (US) May 5 1915, pg. 32:2, "Mourn John Bunny; Screeners, Elks and Masons Pay Tribute to Memory of Bunny in New York"
The New York Clipper (US) May 1 1915, pg. 5:4, "John Bunny"
Moving Picture World (US) May 1 1915, pg. 704, "Bunny Seriously Ill"
Variety (US) April 30 1915, pg. 18:4, "John Bunny, probably one of the most well known actors known to fame through moving pictures, died Apr 26 of liver trouble, at his home in Brooklyn"
London Times (GB) April 29 1915, pg. 5:4, "John Bunny"
New York Dramatic Mirror (US) April 28 1915, pg. 22:2, "John Bunny"
New York Times (US) April 27 1915, pg. 13:5, "John Bunny Dies; Movie Funmaker; Fat, Big, Round-Faced Actor Who Made Millions Laugh Succumbs at 52"
New York Dramatic Mirror (US) April 21 1915, pg. 24:4, "John Bunny Ill; Famous Screen Coimedian Confined to Home After Closing of His Road Show"
Moving Picture World (US) April 3 1915, pg. 53, "Bunny a Favorite in St. Louis"
Moving Picture World (US) December 5 1914, pg. 1389, "Bunny 'Arrested' in Detroit"
New York Dramatic Mirror (US) July 29 1914, pg. 24:3, "Bunny to Tour World; Famous Comedian Will Head Companyh Organized by L.C. Wiswell and George Sidney"
Moving Picture Stories (US) May 29 1914, pg. 26, "John Bunny; Playing Character Leads with the Vitagraph Co."
Moving Picture World (US) May 2 1914, pg. 662, "Bunny in Plaster"
Moving Picture World (US) September 13 1913, pg. 1162, "Theater Named for John Bunny"
Moving Picture World (US) September 6 1913, pg. 1049, "John Bunny to Be King of Mardi Gras"
Moving Picture World (US) February 1 1913, pg. 446, "On Being Widely Known"
Moving Picture World (US) February 1 1913, pg. 473, "John Bunny in Vaudeville"
Moving Picture World (US) October 12 1912, pg. 131, "Screen Club Elects Officers"
Moving Picture World (US) September 28 1912, pg. 1283, "Screen Club a Winner"
Moving Picture World (US) September 21 1912, pg. 1157, ill, by: Hugh Hoffman, "John Bunny Abroad"
Moving Picture World (US) September 21 1912, pg. 1163, "The Screen Club Is a Fact"
Moving Picture World (US) September 14 1912, pg. 1083, "John Bunny Returns from Europe"
Moving Picture World (US) July 20 1912, pg. 252, ill, "John Bunny in Merrie England"
Moving Picture World (US) June 8 1912, pg. 911, "John Bunny Sails for England"
Moving Picture World (US) February 10 1912, pg. 466, "John Bunny's Double"
Moving Picture World (US) October 14 1911, pg. 112, ill, "John Bunny"
Moving Picture World (US) May 20 1911, pg. 1118, "The Vitagraph Baseball Club"

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