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Alexander Carr (I) (1878–1946)

Alexander Carr was born on March 7, 1878 in Rumni, Russia. He was an actor and writer, known for Christmas in July (1940), April Fool (1926) and The End of the World (1929). He was married to Helen Ryan Cressman (show girl), Helen Cunningham Carr (actress) and Mary Carr (actress). He died on September 19, 1946 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Christmas in July
Christmas in July Mr. Shindel
(1940)
April Fool
April Fool Jacob Goodman
(1926)
The End of the World
(1929)
The Death Kiss
The Death Kiss Leon A. Grossmith
(1932)

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 1940 Christmas in July
Mr. Shindel
 1934 Hide-Out
News Vendor (uncredited)
 1934 I Hate Women
Cohen
 1933 Out All Night
Mr. Rosemountain - Store Manager
 1933 The Constant Woman
J.J. Brock
 1933 Her Splendid Folly
Solomon Ginsberg
 1932 Hypnotized
Abe Shapiro
 1932 Uptown New York
Papa Silver
 1932 No Greater Love
Sidney Cohen
 1929 The End of the World (Short)
 1926 The Beautiful Cheat
Albert Goldringer
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 1929 The End of the World (Short) (writer)
 1926 April Fool (play)
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 1924 The City of Stars (Short)
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Stage: Appeared (as "Mawruss Perlmutter") in "Partners Again" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Montague Glass and Jules Eckert Goodman. Directed by Bertram Harrison. Selwyn Theatre: 1 May 1922-Jun 1922 (closing date unknown/53 performances). Cast: Frank Allworth, James F. Ayres, Barney Bernard (as "Abe Potash"), Mabel Carruthers, ... See more »

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Also appeared in Pathe comedies (1932) See more »

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