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Henry Warwick

Henry Warwick is an actor and writer, known for The Caillaux Case (1918), Why America Will Win (1918) and Three Knaves and a Heathen Chinee (1914). See full bio »

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Known For

The Caillaux Case
The Caillaux Case Joseph Caillaux
(1918)
Why America Will Win
Why America Will Win King George of England
(1918)
The Soul of Buddha
The Soul of Buddha Stage manager
(1918)

Filmography

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 1931 The Cheat
Butler (uncredited)
 1922 Red Hot Romance
Lord Howe-Greene
 1918 The Sea Waif
Colonel Brett
 1918 The Zero Hour
Micah Parrish
 1918 Under the Greenwood Tree
Earl of Hexham
 1918 Just Sylvia
Danglar
 1918 The Caillaux Case
Joseph Caillaux
 1918 By Hook or Crook
Henry Arnold
 1918 Why America Will Win
King George of England (as Harry Warwick)
 1918 The Man Hunt
English Lord
 1918 Vengeance
Andrew Cuddlestone
 1918 The Soul of Buddha
Stage manager
 1918 The Marionettes
Undetermined Role
 1917 The Debt
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 1914 Three Knaves and a Heathen Chinee (Short) (story)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Potiphar's Wife. Written by Edgar C. Middleton. Directed by Horace Sinclair. Craig Theatre: 24 Dec 1928- Jan 1929 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: C.E. Ashley, Douglas Barrington, Colin Campbell, Frances Carson, Jerome Collamore, F.H. Day, Ann Delafield, May Ediss, Roland Hogue (as "Major Tony Barlow"), Arthur ... See more »

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Harry Warwick

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