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Barney Gilmore (1865–1949)


Barney Gilmore was born on March 27, 1865 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Bernard Francis Gilmore. He was an actor and writer, known for Kelly from the Emerald Isle (1913), Brennan of the Moor (1913) and The Fight for Millions (1913). He was married to Mina B. Long. He died on April 19, 1949 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Brennan of the Moor
Brennan of the Moor Brennan of the Moor
(1913)
The Fight for Millions
The Fight for Millions Detective Delaney
(1913)
The Game of Three
The Game of Three Detective O'Bryan
(1915)

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 1940 The Grapes of Wrath
Migrant (uncredited)
 1931 Hollywood Halfbacks (Short)
 1929 Smiling Irish Eyes
County Fair Manager's Assistant
 1927 South Sea Love
George Billways
 1927 The Bandit's Son
Amos Jordan
 1927 Heroes in Blue
Pat Kelly
 1926 Almost a Lady
Mr. Reilly
 1926 The Galloping Cowboy
Prof. Pinkleby
 1921 The Man Worthwhile
The Judge
 1918 Out of the Night
Trustee of Magdalene Home
 1918 Conquered Hearts
Devlin
 1917/II The Man Who Made Good
Josiah Whitney
 1915 The Game of Three
Detective O'Bryan
 1914 Kidnapped in New York (Short)
Detective Dooley
 1913 The Fight for Millions
Detective Delaney
 1913 Brennan of the Moor (Short)
Brennan of the Moor
 1913 Kelly from the Emerald Isle (Short)
Kelly
 1912 Dublin Dan (Short)
Dublin Dan - Secret Service Detective
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Father of actress Lillian Gilmore.

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Aries

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