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George A. Wright (–1937)

George A. Wright was an actor and director, known for Across the Great Divide (1915), The Scar of Conscience (1915) and Cartoons on a Yacht (1915). He died on March 14, 1937 in Norwalk, Connecticut, USA. See full bio »

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 1921 Bucking the Tiger
The Count
 1918 The Blind Adventure
Inspector Bray (as George Wright)
 1917 The Mysterious Miss Terry
Mr. Pennyquick
 1917 God's Law and Man's
Earl of Hetherington
 1917 His Father's Son
 1917 The White Raven
Arthur Smithson
 1916 The Heart of the Hills
Sani (as George Wright)
 1915 The Destroying Angel
Carter Drummond (as George Wright)
 1915 Cartoons on a Yacht (Short)
Danbury - the Theatrical Manager
 1915 The Mystery of Room 13
The Waiter
 1915 The Magic Skin
Victor Valentine
 1915 Ranson's Folly
Major Caswell
 1915 Across the Great Divide (Short)
Bob - the Telegraph Operator
 1915 The Way Back
Dan Reedy
 1915 Shadows from the Past (as George Wright)
 1915 The Scar of Conscience (Short) (as George Wright)
 1915 Eugene Aram
Geoffrey Lester
 1915 The Tragedies of the Crystal Globe (Short)
Count Marco - the Duke of Baganza
 1915 The Wrong Woman (Short)
Howard Dane
 1915 The Phantom Thief (Short)
Ralph Kernes (as Hal Wright)
 1915 In the Shadow of Death (Short)
Jacques aka The Rat (as George Wright)
 1915 On the Stroke of Twelve (Short)
The Detective (as George Wright)
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George Wright | Hal Wright

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