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George Soule Spencer (1874–1949)

George Soule Spencer was born on September 25, 1874 in Wisconsin, USA. He was an actor, known for A Victim of Bridge (1910), It Served Her Right (1911) and How Bella Was Won (1911). He died on August 7, 1949 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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A Victim of Bridge
It Served Her Right
It Served Her Right The Husband
How Bella Was Won
How Bella Was Won John Harmon
Trooper 44
Trooper 44 Trooper 44


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 1917 The Web of Life
 1917 Trooper 44
Trooper 44
 1916 The Clarion
Norman Hale
 1916 The Evangelist
Sylvanus Rebbings
 1915 Blue Grass
Wilfred Warren
 1915 The Great Ruby
Prince Kassim
 1915 The Climbers
Ned Warden
 1915 Whom the Gods Would Destroy (Short)
Rice - Strong's Partner (as George S. Spencer)
 1915 The District Attorney
John Stratton
 1915 The Sporting Duchess
Lord Desborough
 1915 The College Widow
Billy Bolton
 1915 The Love of Women (Short)
Alan Baird
 1914 The Fortune Hunter
Harry Kellogg
 1914 The House Next Door
Sir Isaac Jacobson
 1914 The Changeling (Short)
Mr. Saunders
 1914 The Gamblers
Wilbur Emerson
 1914 The Daughters of Men
John Stedman
 1914 The Lion and the Mouse
John Burkett Ryder
 1911 It Served Her Right (Short)
The Husband
 1911 The Rival Sculptors (Short)
 1910 Carminella (Short)
Don Jose
 1910 A Victim of Bridge (Short)

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Stage Play: David Harum. Comedy (revival). Written by R. Hitchcock and M.W. Hitchcock. Based on the novel by Edward Noyes Wescott. Academy of Music: 4 Apr 1904- May 1904 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Charles Avery, Percy Brooke, Lois Frances Clark, William H. Crane (as "David Harum"), George F. De Vere, William Dupont, ... See more »

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George S. Spencer

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