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Byron Douglas (I) (1868–1935)


Byron Douglas was born on March 29, 1868 in Portland, Maine, USA. He was an actor, known for Speedy (1928), The Plunger (1920) and Dead Man's Curve (1928). He was married to Marie Booth (performer). He died on April 21, 1935 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Speedy
Speedy W.S. Wilton
(1928)
The Plunger
The Plunger John Houghton
(1920)
Dead Man's Curve
(1928)
Man, Woman and Wife
Man, Woman and Wife Senator Blake / Senator Blake
(1929)

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 1929 The Drake Case
Judge (uncredited)
 1929 Born to the Saddle
John Pearson
 1929 Man, Woman and Wife
Senator Blake / Senator Blake
 1928 Speedy
W.S. Wilton
 1928 Dead Man's Curve
Benton
 1927 The Coward
Darius Philbrook
 1927 Ladies Beware
Deputy Commissioner Croswell
 1927 Red Clay
Sen. Burr
 1927 The Perfect Sap
Stephen Alden
 1925 Two-Fisted Jones
John Wilbur, Sr.
 1925 That Devil Quemado
John Thatcher
 1925 Marriage in Transit
Conspirator
 1924 It Is the Law
Cummings
 1923 Daniel Boone (Short)
Judge Henderson
 1923 The Net
The Doctor
 1923 Under the Red Robe (uncredited)
 1923 The Silent Command
Adm. Nevins
 1921 Beyond Price
Norbert Temple
 1921 Know Your Men
Van Horn
 1921 Dynamite Allen
'Bull' Snide
 1920 The Plunger
John Houghton
 1919 The Winning Stroke
The Head Coach
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Trivia:

Wife, Marie Booth, was niece of Edwin Booth.

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Aries

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