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Harry Kendall (1872–1936)

Harry Kendall was born in 1872 in Australia. He was an actor, known for The Caretaker (1912), On the Stroke of Five (1914) and John Rance, Gentleman (1914). He died on July 27, 1936 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. See full bio »


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(age 64) in Brooklyn, New York, USA

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Known For

The Caretaker
On the Stroke of Five
On the Stroke of Five Vance Reynolds - Guy's Brother
John Rance, Gentleman
John Rance, Gentleman Winfield Cummings
Jamestown Captain George Yeardley


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 1923 Jamestown (Short)
Captain George Yeardley
 1920 Dollar for Dollar
Thomas Brencherly
 1919 Haunting Shadows
Reverend Paul Stoddard
 1918 Miss Ambition
 1916 The Witch
Undetermined Role
 1915 Mr. Bixbie's Dilemma (Short)
 1914 Without Hope
Van Alstyne
 1914 On the Stroke of Five (Short)
Vance Reynolds - Guy's Brother
 1914 The Rose and the Thorn (Short)
Tom Blake
 1914 The Win(k)some Widow
A Bibulous Beporter
 1914 John Rance, Gentleman (Short)
Winfield Cummings
 1914 Fogg's Millions (Short)
 1914 A Wayward Daughter (Short)
Lincoln Parker (as Mr. Kendall)
 1914 The Right of Way (Short)
Hartland (as Mr. Kendall)
 1913 The Robbers (Short)
Herman - a Young Nobleman
 1913 A Proposal from the Duke (Short)
Mr. Van Dyke
 1913 Violet Dare, Detective (Short)
Jimmy - the Cracksman
 1913 The Power of the Cross (Short)
Clifford Moore
 1913 The Engraver (Short)
John Taylor - Madge's Father
 1912 The Caretaker (Short)

Personal Details

Other Works:

, Stage Play: Excuse Me. Written by Rupert Hughes. Gaiety Theatre: 13 Feb 1911- Jul 1911 (closing date unknown/160 performances). Cast: Lottie Alter (as "Mrs. Walter Temple"), Harry Carter (as "Roger Ashton"), Scott Cooper (as "Ira Lathrop"), John Davidson (as "Arthur Fosdick"), Frank Dee (as "Rev. Charles Selby"), John Findlay... See more »

Alternate Names:

Mr. Kendall

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