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Henry Guy Carleton (1856–1910)

Henry Guy Carleton was born on June 21, 1856 in Fort Union, New Mexico, USA. He was an actor and writer, known for A Daughter of Uncle Sam (1918), The Phantom Honeymoon (1919) and A Gilded Fool (1915). He was married to Effie Shannon and Mrs. Carleton. He died on December 10, 1910 in Hot Springs, Arkansas, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

A Daughter of Uncle Sam
A Daughter of Uncle Sam Henry von Prague
(1918)
A Gilded Fool
A Gilded Fool Writer
(1915)
The Place of the Honeymoons
(1920)

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 1920 The Place of the Honeymoons
Col. Wester (as Harry Guy Carleton)
 1919 The Phantom Honeymoon
Sakes (as Henry Guy Carlton)
 1918 A Daughter of Uncle Sam
Henry von Prague (as Henry Carleton)
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 1915 A Gilded Fool (play)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

The Butterflies (1894). Written by Henry Guy Carleton. Palmer's Theatre: 5 Feb 1894- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Annie Adams, Maude Adams, C. Leslie Allen, Lewis Baker, A.S. 'Pop' Byron [Broadway debut], John Drew, Harry Harwood, Frank E. Lamb, Olive May, Kate Meeks [Broadway debut/credited as Kate Meek]. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Harry Guy Carleton | Henry Carleton | Henry Guy Carlton
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Invented several electrical devices, such as a telebarograph that measured the level of smoke and fire damp in a coal mine, electrically-controlled locks and fire alarms and a device that he claimed cured neuralgia and neuritis. See more »

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