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Hamtree Harrington (1886–1954)

Hamtree Harrington was born on January 11, 1886 in Columbia, South Carolina, USA as James Carl Harrington. He was an actor, known for The Devil's Daughter (1939), Rufus Jones for President (1933) and Bubbling Over (1934). He was married to Maude Miles. He died in June 1954 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Devil's Daughter
The Devil's Daughter Percy Jackson
(1939)
Bubbling Over
Bubbling Over Samson Peabody
(1934)
Mills Blue Rhythm Band
(1934)

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 1939 Keep Punching
'Windy' Butler
 1939 The Devil's Daughter
Percy Jackson
 1934 Bubbling Over (Short)
Samson Peabody
 1934 Mills Blue Rhythm Band (Short)
Comedian
 1933 Rufus Jones for President (Short)
 1931 His Woman
Aloysius
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 1922 Starland Review No. 11 (Documentary short)
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Other Works:

Lew Leslie's Blackbirds of 1939 (1939). Musical revue. Book by Lew Leslie. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Choreographed by Rube Bloom. Hudson Theatre: 11 Feb 1939- 18 Feb 1939 (9 performances). Cast: Gilbert Adkins (as "Baritones and Basses, J. Rosamund Johnson's Choir"), Leona Avery (as "Alto, J. Rosamund Johnson's Choir"), Joyce ... See more »
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