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O.A.C. Lund (1886–1963)

O.A.C. Lund was born on January 11, 1886 in Kolbäck, Västmanland, Sweden as Oscar Alarik Lund. He was a director and writer, known for Jacques the Wolf (1913), The Honor of Lady Beaumont (1913) and At the Crossing (1914). He died on May 2, 1963 in Stockholm, Sweden. See full bio »


(age 77) in Stockholm, Sweden

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Jacques the Wolf
Jacques the Wolf Director
At the Crossing
At the Crossing Director
Snowdrift Director


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 1924 For Woman's Favor (as Oscar Lund)
 1918 Together
 1917 The Painted Madonna (as Oscar A.C. Lund)
 1917 Her New York (as Oscar Lund)
 1916 Autumn
 1915 Just Jim
 1915/I The Butterfly
 1915 M'Liss
 1914 Adventures in Diplomacy (Short)
 1914 Firelight (Short)
 1914 Allah 3311 (Short)
 1914 Snowdrift (Short)
 1914 The Link in the Chain (Short)
 1914 His Daughter (Short)
 1914 Suzanne (Short)
 1914 His Servant (Short)
 1914/I The Price (Short)
 1914 Adrift (Short)
 1914 When God Wills (Short)
 1914 Into the Wilderness (Short)
 1914 At the Crossing (Short)
 1914 The First Nugget (Short)
 1913 The Highwayman's Shoes (Short)
 1913/I Partners (Short)
 1913 Lady Babbie (Short)
 1913 Cynthy (Short)
 1913 From the Beyond (Short)
 1913 Jacques the Wolf (Short)
 1913 The Beaten Path (Short)
 1913 The Thirst for Gold (Short)
 1913 The Greater Call (Short)
 1913 The Witch (Short)
 1913 When Light Came Back (Short)
 1913 The Faith Healer (Short)
 1913 The Key (Short)
 1913 A Wise Judge (Short)
 1913 The Sons of a Soldier (Short)
 1913 The Law of the Wild (Short)
 1913 The Superior Law (Short)
 1913 The Stronger (Short)
 1913 The Great Unknown (Short)
 1913 The Telegraph Operator (Short)
 1913 The Love Chase (Short)
 1913 The Return of Lady Linda (Short)
 1912 The Wager (Short)
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Swedish-born silent screen actor and director, educated at Uppsala University and in the U.S. from 1900. Had previously worked in Russia as a journalist. In films with Eclair in Ft. Lee, New Jersey, later at World Films and Thanhouser until 1917. Directed British actress Barbara Tennant in six of her films.

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