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Robert Whittier (I) (1870–1936)

Robert Whittier was born on July 5, 1870 in the USA as Leroy Francis Whittier. He was an actor, known for The Third Degree (1913), Master Shakespeare, Strolling Player (1916) and Threads of Fate (1917). He was married to Amy Ince. He died on December 30, 1936 in the USA. See full bio »


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(age 66) in USA

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The Third Degree
The Third Degree Robert Underwood
Threads of Fate
Threads of Fate Jim Gregory
King Lear
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 1918 Five Thousand an Hour
Jim Collaton
 1917 The Call of Her People
Young Faro
 1917 Threads of Fate
Jim Gregory
 1916 The Awakening of Helena Ritchie
Frederick Richie
 1916 King Lear
 1916/II The Answer (Short)
The Fake Medium
 1916 A Bird of Prey
The Easterner
 1916 Betrayed
Heart of Oak
 1915 Ambition (Short)
 1915 The Crimson Sabre (Short)
TheGerald Lafitte - the Girl's Sweetheart's Rival
 1915 Foiling Father's Foes (Short)
An Old Style Politician
 1915 The Meddler (Short)
Frederick Ward
 1915 The Long Arm of the Secret Service (Short)
Frederick Battles - Secret Service Agent
 1914 On Moonshine Mountain (Short)
John Ford - a Revenue Officer
 1914 The Twin Brothers Van Zandt (Short)
 1914 On Lonesome Mountain (Short)
Dare - the Revenue Officer
 1914 The False Shadow (Short)
Fred Sterling
 1913 The Third Degree
Robert Underwood
 1913/I A Waif of the Desert (Short)
James Osborne
 1913 The Price of Victory (Short)
General Jackson
 1904 Parsifal (Short)

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