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Emmett Corrigan (1871–1932)

Emmett Corrigan was born on June 5, 1871 in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands as Antoine Zilles. He was an actor, known for The Bitter Tea of General Yen (1933), The Turmoil (1924) and Greater Love Hath No Man (1915). He was married to Molly I. Mack. He died on October 29, 1932 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1933 The Bitter Tea of General Yen
Bishop Harkness
 1932 Me and My Gal
Police Captain (uncredited)
 1932 Silver Dollar
President Arthur
 1932 Man Against Woman
 1932 The Golden West
Colonel Horace Summers
 1932 The Night Mayor
Lt. Gov. Robertson (uncredited)
 1932 World and the Flesh
Gen. Spiro
 1931 Corsair
Stephen Corning
 1931 An American Tragedy
Belknap (Clyde's attorney)
 1931 Dirigible
Rear Adm. John S. Martin (as Emmet Corrigan)
 1930 Reaching for the Moon
Timothy Grovener - Bank President (uncredited)
 1930 Soldiers and Women
Gen. Mitchell
 1928 The Lion and the Mouse
Dr. Hays
 1923 The Rendezvous
 1920 Partners of the Night
Mathew Bradley (as E. Corrigan)
 1916 Husband and Wife
Ralph Knight

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Other Works:

Stage Play: Ben Hur. Drama. Vocal and instrumental music by Edgar Stillman Kelley. Dramatized by William Young. Based on the novel by Lew Wallace. Directed by Ben Teal. Broadway Theatre: 29 Nov 1899- May 1900 (closing date unknown/194 performances). Cast: Adeline Adler, Mabel Bert, Edmund Collier, Emmett Corrigan, Charles Craig, Henry ... See more »

Alternate Names:

E. Corrigan | Emmet Corrigan

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