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Harry McRae Webster (1872–1940)

Harry McRae Webster was a stage actor in the legitimate theater, as well as in vaudeville and burlesque before moving up to producing and directing stage shows. He started his film career as a director for Essanay Studios; after five years there, he branched out into solo work for a number of independent film companies before connecting with Carl ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Spy's Defeat
The Spy's Defeat Director
The Fall of Montezuma
The Devil's Playground
In Convict Garb
In Convict Garb Director


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 1914 The Devil's Signature (Short)
 1914 Seeds of Chaos (Short)
 1913 The Brand of Evil (Short)
 1913/IV The Boomerang (Short)
 1913 In Convict Garb (Short)
 1913 The Spy's Defeat (Short)
 1913/I The Broken Heart (Short)
 1912 The Girl of the Mountains (Short) (as Henry McRae Webster)
 1912 The Fall of Montezuma (Short)
 1911 His Friend's Wife (Short)
 1910/II Love's Awakening (Short)
 1910 A Fortunate Misfortune (Short)
Show Show Writer (4 credits)
Show Show Producer (2 credits)

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Other Works:

Stage Play: The Fatal Wedding. Comedy (revival). Written by Theodore Kremer [posthumous credit]. Directed by Harry McRae Webster. Ritz Theatre: 2 Jun 1924- Jun 1924 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Ann Crawford (as "Cora Williams"), Arthur Dober (as "O'Reilly"), Master Harry (as "Frankie Wilson"), Harry Hougenot (as "Toto"), ... See more »

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