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Leopold Wharton (1870–1927)

Leopold Wharton was born on September 1, 1870 in Manchester, England as Leopold D. Wharton. He was a director and producer, known for The Exploits of Elaine (1914), Beatrice Fairfax (1916) and The Great White Trail (1917). He was married to Bessie Wharton. He died on September 27, 1927 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1922 Squire Phin
 1922 Mr. Bingle
 1919 The Red Peril
 1917 The Crusher
 1917 Below Zero (Short)
 1917 The Great White Trail (as Leopold D. Wharton)
 1917 Patria (episodes 1-10)
 1916 Hazel Kirke
 1916 Lord Southpaugh (Short)
 1915 Buying a Bank with Bunk (Short)
 1915 A Stony Deal (Short)
 1915 Apples and Eggbeaters (Short)
 1915 Detective Blackie (Short)
 1915 A Bang Sun Engine (Short)
 1915 A Trap for Trapp (Short)
 1915 The Master Stroke (Short)
 1914 The Stolen Birthright (Short)
 1914 The Fireman & the Girl (Short)
 1914/II The Warning (Short)
 1913 An Itinerant Wedding (Short)
 1913 An Exciting Honeymoon (Short)
 1913 The Elusive Kiss (Short)
 1912 The Striped Bathing Suit (Short)
 1912 Locked Out of Wedlock (Short)
 1912 Memories (Short)
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Show Show Actor (3 credits)
Show Show Writer (3 credits)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

L.D. Wharton | Leopold D. Wharton | Leo Wharton
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Trivia:

Co-founded (with brother Theodore Wharton) Wharton, Inc., a film production company in Ithaca, NY, in 1916. See more »

Star Sign:

Virgo

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