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Cullen Landis (1896–1975)


Cullen Landis was born on July 9, 1896 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA as James Cullen Landis. He was an actor, known for Perils of the Coast Guard (1926), The Dixie Flyer (1926) and Easy Money (1925). He was married to Jane Grenier and Mignon Le Brun. He died on August 26, 1975 in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Perils of the Coast Guard
Perils of the Coast Guard Coast Guard Captain Tom Norris
(1926)
The Dixie Flyer
The Dixie Flyer 'Sunrise' Smith
(1926)
Easy Money
Easy Money Bud Parsons
(1925)
The Broken Mask
(1928)

Filmography

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 1930 Convict's Code
Kenneth Avery
 1928 The Little Wild Girl
Jules Barbier
 1928 Lights of New York
Eddie Morgan
 1928 Out with the Tide
John Templeton
 1928 The Midnight Adventure
Fred Nicholson
 1928 The Devil's Skipper
John Dubray
 1928 On to Reno
Bud
 1928 The Broken Mask
Pertio
 1927 Broadway After Midnight
Jimmy Crestmore
 1927 Finnegan's Ball
Flannigan Jr
 1927 We're All Gamblers
Georgie McCarver
 1927 On Guard
Bob Adams
 1927 Heroes of the Night
Joe Riley
 1927 Life in Hollywood No. 5 (Short)
 1926 The Fighting Failure
Denny O'Brien
 1926 The Smoke Eaters
Ed
 1926 A Horse on Broadway
Jeffrey
 1926 Sweet Rosie O'Grady
Victor McQuade
 1926 Frenzied Flames
Danny Grovan
 1926 Jack O'Hearts
Jack Farber
 1926 Christine of the Big Tops
Bob Hastings
 1926 The Dixie Flyer
'Sunrise' Smith
 1926 Then Came the Woman
Bob Morris
 1926 My Old Dutch
Herbert Brown
 1926 Winning the Futurity
Luke Allen
 1926 Perils of the Coast Guard
Coast Guard Captain Tom Norris
 1925 The Midnight Flyer
David Henderson
 1925 Peacock Feathers
Jerry Chandler
 1925 Sealed Lips
Alan Howard
 1925 An Enemy of Men
Doctor Phil
 1925 Wasted Lives
John Grayson
 1925 A Broadway Butterfly
Ronald Steel
 1925 The Mansion of Aching Hearts
Bill Smith
 1925 Pampered Youth
George Minafer
 1925 Easy Money
Bud Parsons
 1924 Cheap Kisses
Donald Dillingham
 1924 Born Rich
Jack Le Moyne
 1924 One Law for the Woman
Ben Martin
 1924 A Girl of the Limberlost
Hart Henderson
 1924 The Fighting Coward
Tom Rumford
 1923 The Man Life Passed By
Harold Trevis
 1923 Pioneer Trails
Jack Dale / Jack Plains
 1923 The Midnight Alarm
Chaser
 1923 Masters of Men
Dick Halpin
 1923 Soul of the Beast
Paul Nadeau
 1923 Crashin' Thru
Cons Saunders
 1923 The Famous Mrs. Fair
Alan Fair
 1923 Dollar Devils
Jim Biggers
 1923 The Fog
Nathan Forge
 1922 Forsaking All Others
Oliver Newell
 1922 Love in the Dark
Tim O'Brien
 1922 Youth to Youth
Page Brookins
 1922 Remembrance
Seth Smith
 1922 Gay and Devilish
Peter Armitage
 1922 Where's My Wandering Boy Tonight?
Garry Beecher
 1922 Man with Two Mothers
Dennis O'Neill
 1922 Watch Your Step
Elmer Slocum
 1921 Voices of the City
Jimmy
 1921 The Infamous Miss Revell
Max Hildreth
 1921 The Ace of Hearts
Young Man in Restaurant (uncredited)
 1921 The Old Nest
Jim at 22-32
 1921 Snowblind
Pete Garth
 1920 It's a Great Life
Stoddard
 1920 Going Some
J. Wallingford Speed
 1920 Mary's Nightmare (Short)
Mary's Sweetheart
 1920 Pinto
Bob DeWitt
 1919 Jinx
Slicker Evans
 1919 The Girl from Outside
The Curly Kid
 1919 Almost a Husband
Jerry Wilson
 1919 Upstairs
Lemuel Stallings
 1919 The Outcasts of Poker Flat
Billy Lanyon / Tommy Oakhurst
 1919 Where the West Begins
Ned Caldwell (as J. Cullen Landis)
 1918 Cupid in Quarantine (Short)
 1918 The High Cost of Weddings (Short)
Jack
 1918 What Will Father Say? (Short)
Jack
 1918 She Almost Proposed (Short)
 1918 On Her Account (Short)
Jack
 1918 Like Mother Made (Short)
Jack
 1918 Her Disengagement Ring (Short)
Jack
 1918 Miss Informed (Short)
Jack
 1918 Her Spooney Affair (Short)
Jack
 1918 Beware of Blondes (Short)
Jack
 1918 By Fowl Means (Short)
Jack
 1918 What the Wind Did (Short)
Jack
 1918 Her Rustic Romeo (Short)
Jack
 1918 Her Terrible Time (Short)
Jack
 1918 Over the Garden Wall (Short)
 1918 Taking the Count (Short)
 1918 Mary's Frame-Up (Short)
Jack
 1918 Her Helping Hand (Short)
Jack
 1918 For Art's Sake (Short)
Art Gordon
 1918 His Quaker Girl (Short)
Jack
 1918 Waltzing Around (Short)
 1918 Miss Cinderella (Short)
Jack
 1918 Three Times and Out (Short)
Jack
 1918 Somebody's Widow (Short)
Jack Random
 1918 Their Little Kid (Short)
 1918/II Burglars (Short)
Jack
 1918 A Peach and a Pill (Short)
Jack
 1918 Her Awful Fix (Short)
Jack
 1917 Mary's Boomerang (Short)
Cullen
 1917 Little Miss Fixer (Short)
Cullen
 1917 Who Is Number One?
Tommy Hale
 1917 The Mainspring (Short)
Bellamy Hardor (as J. Cullen Landis)
 1917 The Checkmate
Bill Meyer
 1917 Sunny Jane
Thomas
 1916 Joy and the Dragon
Slinky Joe (as J. Cullen Landis)
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Alternate Names:

J. Cullen Landis

Height:

5' 9" (1.75 m)
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After retiring from acting he moved to Detroit, Michigan and became a director-producer of industrial films. See more »

Star Sign:

Cancer

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