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Hal Salter (1886–1928)

American actor who entered pictures when ill health forced him to reduce his active stage career. He was raised in Williamstown, Massachusetts, where his father was a department chairman at Williams College. His mother was the well-known classical composer Mary Turner Salter. He spent many years in vaudeville and stock, and made his Broadway debut... See full bio »

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Known For

The Law of Nature
The Law of Nature Paul Vanderbeck
The Canyon of Adventure
The Royal American
The Royal American First Mate Dorgan


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 1928 The Canyon of Adventure
Jake Leach
 1927 The Royal American
First Mate Dorgan
 1919 The Law of Nature
Paul Vanderbeck (as Harold Salter)

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Other Works:

Cheer Up (1912). Comedy. Written by Mary Roberts Rinehart. Directed by Cecil B. DeMille. Harris Theatre: 30 Dec 1912- Jan 1913 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Effingham Pinto (as "Dickie Carter"), Billy Betts, Eric Blind, Alan Brooks, Sedley Brown, Charles Buckley, Royal Byron, William Evill, Walter Hampden (as "... See more »

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Harold Salter

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