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Robin H. Townley (1887–1969)

Robin H. Townley was born on January 10, 1887 in Lansing, New York, USA as Robin B. Townley. He was an actor and director, known for Honeymoon Ranch (1920), West of the Rio Grande (1921) and The Candidates (1918). He died in May 1969 in Rochester, New York. See full bio »


(age 82) in Rochester, New York, USA

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Known For

Honeymoon Ranch
West of the Rio Grande
The Candidates
The Candidates Director
The Crusher
The Crusher Actor


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 1919 The Profiteer
 1918 Huns Within Our Gates
Eli Brown (as Robin Townley)
 1917 The Crusher
 1917 Patria
 1916 Beatrice Fairfax
Blind Man (as Robin Townley)
 1915 The Romance of Elaine (uncredited)
 1914 The Exploits of Elaine
Limpy Red
 1914 The Stolen Birthright (Short)
 1914 The Fireman & the Girl (Short)
 1913 The Love Lute of Romany (Short)
Raoul - the Gypsy Poet
 1913 Tony, the Fiddler (Short)
Deputy Jack Townsend
 1913/I The Right of Way (Short)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Robin Towney | Robin Townlee | Robert H. Townley | Robert Townley | Robin Townley

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Son of Frank and Agnes Townley

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