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Horace Vinton (1854–1930)

Horace Vinton was born in 1854 in Ohio, USA. He was a writer and director, known for Romeo and Juliet (1916), Two Women and One Man (1912) and My Wife's Birthday (1912). He was married to Eda Clayton (1854-1931). He died on November 26, 1930 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »


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Known For

Romeo and Juliet
Romeo and Juliet Escalus, Prince of Verona
Two Women and One Man
My Wife's Birthday
The Moonshiner's Task


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 1912 The Moonshiner's Task (Short) (story)
 1912 House of 'No Children' (Short) (scenario editor)
 1912 Two Women and One Man (Short) (story)
 1912 A Bachelor's Romance (Short) (story)
 1912 Reconciled in Reno (Short) (scenario editor)
 1912 Reformed by Strategy (Short) (scenario editor)
 1912 Reggie Breaks the College Rules (Short) (story)
 1912 A Realistic Rehearsal (Short) (story)
 1912 The Tale of a Rubber Boot (Short) (story)
 1912 The Interrupted Wedding (Short) (story)
 1912 My Wife's Birthday (Short) (story)
 1912 Checkmate (Short) (scenario editor)
 1911 One Month to Live (Short) (scenario editor)
 1911 Reddy's Redemption (Short)
 1911 The Penalty (Short) (scenario editor)
 1911/II College Chums (Short) (scenario editor)
 1911 A Pittsburgh Millionaire (Short) (scenario editor)
 1911 The Bonanza King (Short) (scenario editor)
 1910 A Troublesome Parcel (Short) (scenario editor)
 1910 Her Husband's Deception (Short) (scenario editor)
 1910 Her Fatal Mistake (Short) (scenario editor)
 1910 The Inventor's Model (Short)
 1909 On the Wrong Scent (Short)
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