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George MacFarlane (1878–1932)

George MacFarlane was born on November 17, 1878 in Frontenac, Ontario, Canada as George Jarvis McFarlane. He was an actor, known for Half Shot at Sunrise (1930), If Men Played Cards as Women Do (1929) and Behind Office Doors (1931). He was married to Viola Gillette. He died on February 22, 1932 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Half Shot at Sunrise
Half Shot at Sunrise Col. Marshall
If Men Played Cards as Women Do
Behind Office Doors
Fireman, Save My Child
Fireman, Save My Child St. Louis Fire Chief


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 1932 The Heart of New York
Mr. Marshall
 1932 Fireman, Save My Child
St. Louis Fire Chief
 1932 Taxi!
Father Nulty (uncredited)
 1932 Union Depot
Train Caller (uncredited)
 1931 Rich Man's Folly
 1931 The Way of All Fish (Short)
 1931 The Back Page (Short)
 1931 Behind Office Doors (scenes deleted)
 1931 The Love Bargain (Short)
Peggy's Father
 1930 Up the River
Whiteley (uncredited)
 1930 Half Shot at Sunrise
Col. Marshall
 1930 Double Cross Roads
 1930 Cameo Kirby
 1929 South Sea Rose
Tavern Keeper
 1929 Nix on Dames
Ed Foster
 1929 Wall Street
Ed Foster
 1929 Frozen Justice
 1929 Happy Days
Interlocutor - Minstrel Show
 1929 If Men Played Cards as Women Do (Short)
2nd Card Player
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Had also been a well known singer who performed in comic operas, musical comedies and as a solo artist. Was billed as "America's Favorite Baritone". See more »

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