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William Walcott

William Walcott is an actor, known for Down to the Sea in Ships (1922), The Wolf of the City (1913) and The Mystery of the Yellow Room (1919). See full bio »
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 1923 Vincennes (Short)
Patrick Henry
 1923 The Leavenworth Case
Leavenworth
 1923 Backbone
Count de Chausson
 1922 Down to the Sea in Ships
Charles W. Morgan
 1921 The Girl with the Jazz Heart
Miriam's Uncle
 1919 The Mystery of the Yellow Room
Professor Strangerson (as William S. Walcott)
 1918 Marriage
Pojoul
 1918 The Inn of the Blue Moon
Justus Druce
 1918 Hit-the-Trail Holliday
Reverend Holden
 1917 Queen X
Arnold Somers
 1914 The Lure of the Ladies (Short)
 1914 The Rube (Short)
 1914 The Countess and the Burglar (Short)
The Burglar
 1914 A Soldier of the C.S.A. (Short)
Uncle David Clayton
 1914 A Modern Vendetta (Short)
 1914 The Living Wage (Short)
Albert Dorn
 1913 The Wolf of the City (Short)
Mark Haggarty - the Wolf of the City
 1913 Within the Hour (Short)
Reddy - the Thief
 1913 Life for Life (Short)
Dr. Rich
 1913 The Golden Cloud (Short)
Mr. Gates - Edith's Father
 1913 The Conscience Fund (Short)
Treasurer of the U.S.
 1913 Our Neighbors (Short)
Mr. Smith - the Salesman
 1913 The Wheels of Fate (Short)
Mr. Browne
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: The Luck of MacGregor. Romantic comedy. See more »

Alternate Names:

William S. Walcott

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