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David Kirkland (I) (1878–1964)

David Kirkland was born on November 26, 1878 in San Francisco, California, USA as David Henry Swim. He was a director and actor, known for The Love Expert (1920), Dan Cupid: Assayer (1914) and Children of the Forest (1913). He was married to Cecil Davis. He died on October 27, 1964 in Los Angeles, California. See full bio »

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 1937 The Imposter
 1934 Sins of Love
 1928 The Candy Kid
 1926 The Tough Guy
 1925 The Smash-Up (Short)
 1925 Who Cares
 1924 The Tomboy
 1921 The Rowdy
 1918 Her Husband's Wife (Short)
 1918 A Self-Made Lady (Short)
 1917 A Milk-Fed Vamp (Short)
 1916 Shooting His 'Art Out (Short)
 1916 The Woman Who Followed Me (Short)
 1915 The Curse of a Name (Short)
 1915 Ambrose's Little Hatchet (Short)
 1915 Willful Ambrose (Short)
 1915 Ye Olden Grafter (Short)
 1914/II In and Out (Short)
 1914 At Three O'Clock (Short)
 1914 Dan Cupid: Assayer (Short) (unconfirmed)
 1913 A Snakeville Courtship (Short)
 1913 That Pair from Thespia (Short)
 1913 Children of the Forest (Short)
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