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J.B. Warner (I) (1895–1924)

James Byron Warner was the younger brother of H.B. Warner and the son of Charles Warner, a prominent English stage actor, whose own father James Warner, whom J.B. was named after, was also a famous actor. Born in Nebraska in 1895, the handsome J.B. joined the Warner family profession, though--unlike his older brother--he never appeared on the ... See full bio »
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Big Stakes
Big Stakes Jim Gregory
Behind Two Guns
Behind Two Guns Dr. Elijah Cutter
The Tough Tenderfoot
Horseshoe Luck


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 1924 The Hellion
Tex Gardy
 1924 The Covered Trail
Bill Keats
 1924 Rounding Up the Bandits (Short)
Bill Keats
 1924 Wanted by the Law
Jim Loraine
 1924/I Westbound
Bob Lanier
 1923 Lone Fighter
Certain Lee
 1923 Danger
Dave Collins
 1923 Crimson Gold
Larry Crawford
 1922 Big Stakes
Jim Gregory (as James B. Warner)
 1921 Crossing Trails
'Bull' Devine
 1921 Below the Deadline
Joe Donovan
 1920 Blazing the Way (Short) (as James B. Warner)
 1920 Ranger Dave Morgan (Short)
Ranger Dave Morgan
 1920 The Tough Tenderfoot (Short)
 1917 The Lady in the Library
Gerald Courtney (as James Warner)
 1917 The Secret of Black Mountain (Short)
HenryStanley (as James Warner)
 1916 Crooked Road (Short) (as Jim Warner)
 1916 The Crooked Road (Short)
Baker (as Jim Warner)

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Alternate Names:

James B. Warner | James Warner | Jim Warner

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In May of 1924, he entered an L.A. hospital for operations on a duodenal ulcer and gangrenous appendix. His condition grew worse following his release from the hospital. He lost considerable weight. Died of tuberculosis in November of that year and was buried in the Los Angeles National Cemetery. See more »

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