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Norval MacGregor (1862–1933)

Norval MacGregor was born on April 3, 1862 in River Falls, Wisconsin, USA. He was a director and actor, known for Colorado (1915), Innocence (1917) and Jacques of the Silver North (1919). He died on November 21, 1933 in Santa Cruz, California, USA. See full bio »

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Colorado Director
Innocence Director
Children of Banishment


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 1927 Compassion
 1922 Impulse
 1917 Innocence
 1917 Baseball at Mudville (Short)
 1917 Bill and the Bearded Lady (Short)
 1917 Rescuing Uncle (Short)
 1917 Romance and Roses (Short)
 1917 Her Wayward Parents (Short)
 1917 Everybody Was Satisfied (Short)
 1917 Mr. Bingo, the Bachelor (Short)
 1917 No Place Like Home (Short)
 1917 Over the Garden Wall (Short)
 1916 Small Town Stuff (Short)
 1916 The Target
 1916 A Recoiling Vengeance (Short)
 1915 The Lion's Ward (Short)
 1915 The Heart of a Tigress (Short)
 1915 Colorado
 1915 The Kiss of Dishonor (Short)
 1915 The Onion Patch (Short)
 1915 Red Wins (Short)
 1915 The Strategist (Short)
 1915 At the Mask Ball (Short)
 1915 The Idol of Fate (Short)
 1915 Man Overboard (Short)
 1915 Two Women and One Hat (Short)
 1915 Why Billings Was Late (Short)
 1915 And Then It Happened (Short)
 1915 The Kidnapped Lover (Short)
 1915 The Lady Killer (Short)
 1915 The Perfumed Wrestler (Short)
 1915 Cats (Short)
 1915 She Wanted to Be a Widow (Short)
 1915 The Snailburg Volunteers (Short)
 1915 Wipe Yer Feet (Short)
 1914 No Wedding for Her (Short)
 1914 The Tail of a Coat (Short)
 1914 One Kiss (Short)
 1914 A Surprise Party (Short)
 1914 The Mysterious Black Box (Short)
 1914 Cupid Turns the Tables (Short)
 1914 No Wedding Bells for Her (Short)
 1914 At the Transfer Corner (Short)
 1914 The Mysterious Beauty (Short)
 1914 Jimmie the Porter (Short)
 1914 The Newsboy Tenor (Short)
 1914 You Never Can Tell (Short)
 1914 Oh! Look Who's Here! (Short)
 1914 The Harbor of Love (Short)
 1914 A Low Financier (Short)
 1914 The Family Record (Short)
 1914 The Jungle Samaritan (Short)
 1914 Carmelita's Revenge (Short)
 1914 Muff (Short)
 1914 A Woman Laughs (Short)
 1914 Did She Cure Him? (Short)
 1914 The Right to Happiness (Short)
 1914 Castles in the Air (Short)
 1914 Willie's Haircut (Short)
 1914 Second Childhood (Short)
 1914 Teaching Father a Lesson (Short)
 1914 The Taint of Madness (Short)
 1914 At Last We Are Alone (Short)
 1914 Two Girls (Short)
 1914 The Mother of Seven (Short)
 1914 Red Head and Ma's Suitors (Short)
 1914 The Story of Diana (Short)
 1914 The Story of Cupid (Short)
 1914 The Story of Venus (Short)
 1914/II The Better Way (Short)
 1914 King Baby's Birthday (Short)
 1914 Their Lesson (Short)
 1914 The Old vs. the New (Short)
 1914 At Cross Purposes (Short)
 1913 The Ball of Yarn (Short)
 1913/II The Open Door (Short)
 1913 Granddaddy's Boy (Short)
 1913/I The Quality of Mercy (Short)
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