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George Stewart (I) (1888–1945)

George Stewart was born on June 27, 1888 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. He was an actor, known for Master Fixit (1913), Let 'Er Run (1922) and Crossed Wires (1923). He died on December 25, 1945 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Master Fixit
Master Fixit Little Master Fixit
Let 'Er Run
Let 'Er Run Dorothy's Sweetheart
Crossed Wires
Crossed Wires Ralph Benson
Chop Suey
Chop Suey Brother Bill


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 1925 Wings of Youth
Jimmie Dale
 1925 Back to Life
Arthur Lothbury
 1923 Crossed Wires
Ralph Benson
 1923 Abysmal Brute
Wilfred Sangster
 1923 Babies Welcome (Short)
 1922 Chop Suey (Short)
Brother Bill
 1922 Let 'Er Run (Short)
Dorothy's Sweetheart
 1922 The Seventh Day
Reggie Van Zandt
 1921 Over the Wire
Terry Dexter
 1921 The Fighter
Jack Standish
 1921 Gilded Lies
Andrew Scott
 1920 Old Dad
Richard Wiltoner
 1920 The Mollycoddle
Ole Olsen
 1920 Shod with Fire
Benny Lynch
 1915 War (Short)
Heinie Schultz
 1914 Mrs. Maloney's Fortune (Short)
 1914 The Drudge (Short)
Tenny Briggs
 1914 In the Old Attic (Short)
Little Billy Morton
 1914 The Lucky Elopement (Short)
The Messenger Boy
 1913 The Spirit of Christmas (Short)
One of the Children
 1913 Master Fixit (Short)
Little Master Fixit
 1912 Mrs. Lirriper's Legacy (Short)
Jemmy Jackson Lirriper - age 10
 1912 In the Garden Fair (Short)
Phil Cobb
 1911 A Reformed Santa Claus (Short)
 1911 Suffer Little Children (Short)
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A promising young actor in silents, he was bedridden after a drunken fight with his brother-in-law, Ralph Ince (married to Lucille Lee Stewart). A second sister, actress Anita Stewart, looked after him until his death. All three siblings worked together in their youth at Vitagraph.

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