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Lloyd B. Carleton (1872–1933)

Lloyd B. Carleton was born in 1872 as Carleton B. Little. He was a director and producer, known for Michael Strogoff (1914), Heartaches (1916) and Diamond Cut Diamond (1913). He died on August 8, 1933 in New York City, New York, US. See full bio »

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 1925 Flash of a .45 (Short)
 1925 The Mad Miner (Short)
 1925 The Man Who Rode Alone (Short)
 1925 The Young Sheriff (Short)
 1922 Beyond the Crossroads (as Lloyd Carleton)
 1920 Mountain Madness (as Lloyd Carleton)
 1916 The Human Gamble (Short)
 1916 Black Friday
 1916 Number 16 Martin Street (Short) (as L.B. Carleton)
 1916 Her Soul's Song (Short)
 1916 Two Mothers (Short)
 1916 Heartaches (Short)
 1916 Her Husband's Faith (Short)
 1916 Doctor Neighbor (as L.B. Carleton)
 1916 Two Men of Sandy Bar (as L.B. Carleton)
 1916 The Yaqui
 1915 The Sacred Tiger of Agra (Short)
 1915 The Golden Spurs (Short)
 1915 The Love of Loti San (Short)
 1915 Their Sinful Influence (Short)
 1915 The Flashlight (Short)
 1915 The Jungle Lovers (Short)
 1915/II Motherhood (Short)
 1915 A Studio Escapade (Short)
 1914/II The Idler
 1914/II The Impostor (Short)
 1914 The Investment (Short)
 1914 His Brother's Blood (Short)
 1914 Codes of Honor (Short)
 1914 A Leaf from the Past (Short)
 1914 Strength of Family Ties (Short)
 1914 At His Expense (Short)
 1914/II The Price (Short)
 1913 Shadows (Short)
 1913 The Fiancee and the Fairy (Short)
 1913 The Two Cowards (Short)
 1913 The Special Officer (Short)
 1913 The Governor (Short)
 1913 The Wiles of Cupid (Short)
 1913 The Angel of the Slums (Short)
 1913 Margaret's Painting (Short)
 1913 Longing for a Mother (Short)
 1913 The Veil of Sleep (Short)
 1913 Diamond Cut Diamond (Short)
 1913/II For His Child's Sake (Short)
 1913 The Lost Note (Short)
 1913 Literature and Love (Short)
 1912 When Love Leads (Short)
 1912 Satin and Gingham (Short)
 1912 The Good for Nothing (Short)
 1912 A New Beginning (Short)
 1912 The Social Secretary (Short)
 1912 The Price of a Silver Fox (Short)
 1912 Love and Tears (Short)
 1912 His Mistake (Short)
 1912 Tricked Into Happiness (Short)
 1912 Love Versus Strategy (Short)
 1910 She's Done It Again (Short)
 1910/II St. Elmo (Short)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: A Royal Family. Comedy. Written by Capt. R. Marshall. Incidental music by William Furst. Directed by Joe Humphries [credited as Joseph Humphreys]. Lyceum Theatre: 5 Sep 1900- Feb 1901 (closing date unknown/175 performances). Cast: Richard Bennett, Charles W. Butler, Lloyd B. Carleton, Lawrence D'Orsay, John Edwards, George ... See more »

Alternate Names:

L.B. Carleton | Lloyd Carleton

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Worked as a producer for the Lubin Company, the Selig Polyscope Company and Universal Studios. See more »

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