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Walter Greene (I) (1872–1941)

Walter Greene was born in 1872 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. He was an actor and producer, known for Life's Whirlpool (1916), Sally in Our Alley (1916) and The Miracle of Manhattan (1921). He died on February 20, 1941 in Great Neck, Long Island, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Life's Whirlpool
Life's Whirlpool Marcus Schuller
The Miracle of Manhattan
The Miracle of Manhattan Tony the Dude
The Inner Voice
The Inner Voice George Morrison


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 1922 John Smith
District Attorney
 1922 The Wolf's Fangs
Elegant Man (uncredited)
 1921 The Miracle of Manhattan
Tony the Dude
 1920 The Way Women Love
A Detective (as Walter D. Greene)
 1920 The Inner Voice
George Morrison
 1918 Hitting the Trail
 1918 Stolen Orders
Joe Allen
 1917 A Woman Alone
Michael Flynn
 1916 The Weakness of Man
Bert Rollins (as Walter D. Greene)
 1916/I Sally in Our Alley
Ben (as Walter D. Greene)
 1916 The Unpardonable Sin
James Harker (as Walter D. Greene)
 1916 Life's Whirlpool
Marcus Schuller (as Walter Green)
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 1928 The Port of Missing Girls (producer - as Walter E. Greene)
 1926 Day Dreams (Short) (producer)
 1926 White Water (Short) (producer)
 1926 Wolf's Brush (Short) (producer)
 1926 The Light on Lookout Mountain (Short) (producer)
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 1928 The Port of Missing Girls (presenter - as Walter E. Greene)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Re-Echo (1934). Drama. Written by I.J. Golden. Produced and directed by Carol Sax. Forrest Theatre: 10 Jan 1934- Jan 1934 (closing date unknown/5 performances). Cast: Chisholm Beach, Harry Davenport (as "John Lord"), Walter Greene (as "James Cavanaugh"), Thurston Hall, Charles Holden, Leonard Mence, Phyllis Povah (as "Grace ... See more »

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Alternate Names:

Walter Green | Walter D. Greene | Walter E. Greene

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President of American Releasing Corp., a US film production company active from 1922-23. See more »

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