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Harry Moody (1887–1978)

Harry Moody was born on September 12, 1887 in Sydney, Australia. He was an actor and director, known for The Crest of Von Endheim (1915), The Arrow Maiden (1915) and Haunted Range (1926). He died on December 29, 1978 in Ventura, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1926 Haunted Range
Alex Forester
 1926 Under Fire
 1925 The Golden Trail
Carver Cooley
 1919 The Tiger's Trail
Tiger Face (as Harry G. Moody)
 1918 The Legion of Death
 1917 A Domestic Hound (Short)
 1917 An Aerial Joy Ride (Short)
Clever crook
 1916 The Law of Success (Short)
Joseph Hight
 1915 The Friends of the Sea (Short)
Jacques Cavoure
 1915 The Crest of Von Endheim (Short)
Count Von Endheim
 1915 The Ever Living Isles (Short)
 1915 Merely Players (Short)
 1915 The Arrow Maiden (Short)
Brave Heart
 1915 Children of the Sea (Short) (as H. Moody)
 1915 The Huron Converts (Short) (as H. Moody)
 1914 Universal Ike in Mary Green's Husband (Short)
The Traveling Salesman
 1914 Universal Ike in the Neglected Wife (Short)
Louise's Father
 1914 Universal Ike Junior in a Case on the Doctor (Short)
The Station Agent
 1914 Universal Ike Gets a Line on His Wife (Short)
The Sheriff
 1914 When Universal Ike Set (Short)
 1914 Universal Ike's Wooing (Short)
Mary's Admirer
Show Show Director (16 credits)

Personal Details

Alternate Names:

H.G. Moody | H. Moody | Harry G. Moody

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Was hired by notorious grade-Z producer Robert J. Horner in 1927 to direct a low-budget western for his Aywon Films company at $125 per week, but was never paid. His case was pursued by Los Angeles County Deputy D.A. Cancannon, who filed numerous actions against Horner. See more »

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