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George Reehm (1881–1936)


George Reehm was born on July 18, 1881 in Pennsylvania, USA as George Elmer Reehm. He was an actor and director, known for A Dark Deception (1912), Jim the Burglar (1913) and The Busy Man (1914). He was married to Ella Brenner. He died on June 27, 1936 in Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

A Dark Deception
A Dark Deception George Reemly
(1912)
Jim the Burglar
Jim the Burglar Jim Brown - the Burglar
(1913)
The Busy Man
The Busy Man Squire Higgs
(1914)
The Hindoo's Charm
The Hindoo's Charm Mr. Washbuckel - the Husband
(1912)

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 1914 Such a Business (Short)
Leading Role
 1914 The Busy Man (Short)
Squire Higgs (as George E. Reehm)
 1914 At Bay for a Day (Short)
The Ragman (as George E. Reehm)
 1914 I Should Worry (Short)
The Sheriff
 1914 Sadder But Wiser (Short)
Tom Jenkins (as George Reehms)
 1914 He Who Laughs Last (Short)
The Burglar
 1913 How He Won (Short) (unconfirmed)
 1913 The Actor Book Agent (Short) (unconfirmed)
 1913 A Method in His Illness (Short) (unconfirmed)
 1913 The Man with a Razor (Short) (unconfirmed)
 1913 Murphy's New Hat (Short) (unconfirmed)
 1913 The Actress and Her Jewels (Short)
The Newspaper Man
 1913 Surprise for Four (Short)
Mr. Jones
 1913 The Widow's Wiles (Short)
Jack Scott
 1913 The Beaut from Butte (Short)
 1913 Lucky Cohen (Short)
 1913 Fixing Auntie Up (Short)
 1913 Sunshine Sue (Short)
 1913 Angel Cake and Axle Grease (Short)
Bob - Betty's Sweetheart
 1913 Collecting the Bill (Short)
George - Archibald's 2nd Clerk
 1913 His Widow (Short)
1st Policeman
 1913 The Fake Soldiers (Short)
 1913 The Fixer (Short)
 1913 Jim the Burglar (Short)
Jim Brown - the Burglar
 1913 Sixes and Nines (Short)
1st Bank Robber
 1913 Will Willie Win? (Short)
Sam - Willie's Best Friend
 1913 The Female Detective (Short)
Jack Fisher
 1913 The Rest Cure (Short)
 1913 Pizen Pete (Short)
 1913 Stage-Struck Sally (Short)
 1912 His Father's Choice (Short)
Jack Halsted
 1912 Love and Treachery (Short)
Jean
 1912 Fixing a Flirt (Short)
Bill Bruce
 1912 Spoony Sam (Short)
Spoony Sam
 1912 A Gay Time in Quebec (Short)
Fritz
 1912 No Trespassing (Short)
George Engle
 1912 Won at High Tide (Short)
George Jones
 1912 The Hindoo's Charm (Short)
Mr. Washbuckel - the Husband
 1912 His Vacation (Short)
George - Bob's Employer
 1912 The Uninvited Guests (Short)
1st Convict
 1912 Revenge (Short)
Jack Carroll
 1912 All in the Wash (Short)
Mr. Jones - the Husband
 1912 The Lovers' Signal (Short)
Mr. Livingston - Mary's Father
 1912 Willie, the Hunter (Short)
Club member
 1912 A Dark Deception (Short)
George Reemly
 1911 A Nearsighted Chaperone (Short)
James - the Butler
 1911 The Human Torpedo (Short)
The Bartender
 1911 Archibald the Hero (Short)
 1911 A Gay Time in Atlantic City (Short)
George Smith
 1910 Spoony Sam (Short)
Spoony Sam
 1910 A Change of Heart (Short)
Restaurant Customer
 1910 The Almighty Dollar (Short)
Bar Patron
 1910 The Motion Picture Man (Short)
The Director
 1910 The Wild Man of Borneo (Short)
One of the College Boys - the Wild Man's Manager
 1910 He Joined the Frat (Short)
Fraternity Brother
 1910 Over the Wire (Short)
 1910 The Tattooed Arm (Short)
Jack Trevor - the Sailor
 1909 Three Fingered Jack (Short)
Thug (uncredited)
 1909 Blissville the Beautiful (Short)
The Husband
 1909 Martyr or Crank? (Short)
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Show Show Director: Short (12 credits)
Show Show Assistant director: Movie (1 credit)
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George E. Reehm | George Reehms | George Rheam
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