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Ned Burton (1850–1922)

Ned Burton was born in 1850 as Edward Burton. He was an actor, known for The Fat Man's Burden (1914), Hogan's Alley (1914) and Thou Shalt Not (1919). He died on December 11, 1922 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »


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Known For

The Fat Man's Burden
Hogan's Alley
Hogan's Alley Old O'Reilly
Thou Shalt Not
Thou Shalt Not Ruth's Father
The Velvet Paw
The Velvet Paw Sen. Barring


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 1922 Back Home and Broke
Horace Beemer
 1921 Jim the Penman
Enoch Bronson
 1920 Tarnished Reputations
Judge Princeton
 1920 A Daughter of Two Worlds
Uncle George
 1919 Thou Shalt Not
Ruth's Father
 1918 Ruler of the Road
J. Montgomery Nixon
 1918 The Danger Game
William Rogers
 1918 The Song of Songs
Undetermined Role
 1917 The Auction Block
Hannibal Wharton
 1917 Somewhere in Georgia (Short)
 1917 For Lack of Evidence (Short)
Peter Drayton - the Big Fellow
 1917 Man's Woman
Steve Barnett
 1916 War Brides
Capt. Bragg
 1916 The Velvet Paw
Sen. Barring
 1915 Her Great Match
Mr. Bote
 1914 Man of the Hour
Richard Horrigan
 1914 Detective Craig's Coup
Banker Gibson
 1914 Hogan's Alley (Short)
Old O'Reilly
 1914 The Fat Man's Burden (Short)
John White
 1914 The Patched Adonis (Short)
George Burton
 1913 The Couple Next Door (Short)
 1913 Uncle John to the Rescue (Short)
Uncle John
 1913 Baseball's Peerless Leader (Short)
Phil Norwood - Ethel's Father

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