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J. Malcolm Dunn (1867–1946)

J. Malcolm Dunn was born on May 25, 1867 in London, England as James Malcolm Dunn. He was an actor and assistant director, known for Arms and the Girl (1917), Then Came the Yawn (1932) and Peter Stuyvesant (1924). He was married to Violette Kimball (actress and writer). He died on October 10, 1946 in Beechurst, New York, USA. See full bio »

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 1932 Then Came the Yawn (Short)
 1930 The Sap from Syracuse
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 1924 Peter Stuyvesant (Short)
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 1920/I Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
John Utterson (uncredited)
 1917 Arms and the Girl
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 1926 Sandy (assistant director)
 1921 Dawn of the East (assistant director)
 1921 The Magic Cup (assistant director)
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Stage Play: Banco. Comedy. Written by Clare Kummer. Based on the French of Alfred Savoir. Directed by Robert Milton. Ritz Theatre: 20 Sep 1922- Nov 1922 (closing date unknown/69 performances). Cast: Francis Byrne, J. Malcolm Dunn (as "Feydal"), Lola Fisher, Charlotte Granville (as "Baroness Delignieres"), Hall Higley, Alice John, Alfred ... See more »

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Survived by his widow, writer Violette Kimball Dunn and sister, Mrs. Barbara Boyle of England.

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