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James Harris is an actor, known for The Cook's Mistake (1915), Cartoons in the Country (1915) and The Once Over (1915). See full bio »
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 1917 A Contented Woman (Short)
 1917 A Runaway Colt (Short)
 1917 A Rag Baby (Short)
 1917 A Day and a Night (Short)
Movie Actor
 1917 A Brass Monkey (Short)
 1917 A Hole in the Ground (Short)
 1917 Rosie O'Grady
Johnny Allen
 1916 The Catspaw
Detective Burke
 1915 The Hand of the Law (Short)
The Constable
 1915 Her Inspiration (Short)
Jackson Laramee
 1915 Mary (Short)
1st Artist
 1915 Children of Eve
Mill Foreman
 1915 Waifs of the Sea (Short)
 1915 The Land of Adventure (Short)
 1915 Cartoons in the Country (Short)
 1915 The Widow's Breezy Suit (Short)
 1915 The Doll-House Mystery (Short)
 1915 Ranson's Folly
Sergeant Clancey
 1915 For Love of Mary Ellen (Short)
 1915 Clothes Make the Man (Short)
Mr. Clancey
 1915 Billie's Goat (Short)
 1915 The Secret of the Cellar (Short)
Max - the Jeweler
 1915 A Ten-Cent Adventure (Short)
 1915 The Test (Short)
 1915 The Cook's Mistake (Short)
The Policeman / Sailor
 1915 The Once Over (Short)
Tom Brown
 1915 Suspicious Characters (Short)
The Policeman
 1915 Tracked by the Hounds (Short)
The Overseer's 2nd Assistant
 1914 It's a Bear (Short)
 1914 George Washington Jones (Short)
 1914 Such a Business (Short)
 1914 The Busy Man (Short)
 1914 Handle with Care (Short)
 1914 At Bay for a Day (Short)
The Policeman
 1914 Collecting the Rent (Short)
 1914 He Who Laughs Last (Short)
The Policeman (as Mr. Harris)

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