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Byron Houck (1891–1969)

Byron Houck attended the University of Oregon and became a professional baseball pitcher; he played for the Philadelphia Athletics in the American League (1912-1914), the Brooklyn Tip-Tops in the outlaw Federal League(1914), and the St. Louis Browns in the American League(1918); he had a lifetime won-lost record of 26-24, with an earned run ... See full bio »

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 1926 His Private Life (Short)
 1926 Fool's Luck (Short) (photographed by)
 1925 The Fighting Dude (Short)
 1925 The Movies (Short) (photographed by)
 1925 Seven Chances (photography)
 1924 The Navigator (photography)
 1924 Sherlock Jr. (photography)
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 1926 The General (camera operator - uncredited) / (still photographer - uncredited)
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5' 6" (1.68 m)
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