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Winchell Smith (1871–1933)

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Smith and Broadway producer Charles B. Dillingham were lifelong friends. See more trivia »

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 1961 Three on a Spree (play "Brewster's Millions")
 1945 Brewster's Millions (stage play)
 1935 Brewster's Millions (play)
 1930 Lightnin' (play)
 1929 The Love Doctor (play "The Boomerang")
 1927 The Fortune Hunter (play)
 1926 Miss Brewster's Millions (play)
 1925 Thank You (play "Thank You, A Play in Three Acts")
 1925 The Wheel (play)
 1925 Lightnin' (from the play by)
 1925 The Boomerang (play "The Boomerang: A Comedy in Three Acts")
 1923 Three Wise Fools (play)
 1922 Turn to the Right (play)
 1921 Brewster's Millions (play "Brewster's Millions")
 1920 The Saphead (play "The New Henrietta")
 1920 The Fortune Hunter (play)
 1915 The Lamb (play "The New Henrietta" - uncredited)
 1915 Via Wireless (play)
 1914 The Fortune Hunter (play)
 1914 The Making of Bobby Burnit (Short) (play "Bobby Burnit")
 1914 The Only Son (play)
 1914 Brewster's Millions (play "Brewster's Millions")
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Stage Play: John Bull's Other Island (played in repertory with "How He Lied to Her Husband", "The Man of Destiny", "You Never Can Tell", "Mrs. Warren's Profession", "Candida"). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Garrick Theatre: 9 Oct 1905- 21 Oct 1905 (unknown performances). Cast: Rose A. Anthon (as "Aunt Judy"), Charles Crosby (as "... See more »

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Was a grandnephew of the American slavery abolitionist, John Brown. See more »

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