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Dore Davidson (1851–1930)

Dore Davidson was born on October 16, 1851 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor, known for Humoresque (1920), None So Blind (1923) and Welcome Stranger (1924). He died on March 7, 1930 in New York City. See full bio »

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Known For

Humoresque
Humoresque Abraham Kantor
(1920)
None So Blind
None So Blind Aaron Abrams
(1923)
Welcome Stranger
Welcome Stranger Isadore Solomon
(1924)
The Good Provider
The Good Provider Julius Binswanger
(1922)

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 1927 East Side, West Side
Channon Lipvitch
 1927 The Music Master
Pawnbroker
 1925 That Royle Girl
Elman
 1924 Welcome Stranger
Isadore Solomon
 1924 Grit
Pop Finkle
 1924 The Great White Way
Adolph Blum
 1923 Broadway Broke
Lou Gormam
 1923 The Purple Highway
Manny Bean
 1923 Success
Sam Lewis
 1923 None So Blind
Aaron Abrams
 1922 The Light in the Dark (Short)
Jerusalem Mike
 1922 The Good Provider
Julius Binswanger
 1922 Your Best Friend
Morris
 1922 The Rosary
Isaac Abrahamson
 1920 The Daughter Pays
Mr. Roseborough
 1920 Humoresque
Abraham Kantor
 1918 Merely Players
Adolph Forman
 1918 Joan of the Woods
Pawnbroker
 1918 Stolen Orders
Mendel Hart

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Stage actor, stage producer, and playwright.

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Interred in Valhalla Cemetery, New York.

Star Sign:

Libra

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