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Wallace McCutcheon Jr. (1880–1928)

Wallace McCutcheon Jr. was born on December 23, 1880 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor and director, known for The Fight for Freedom (1908), At the Crossroads of Life (1908) and The Thief (1920). He was married to Pearl White. He died on January 27, 1928 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1920/I The Thief (Short)
Ralph Blake
 1920 The Phantom Foe
Steve Roycroft
 1919 A Virtuous Vamp
 1919 The Black Secret
 1918 The Floor Below
Monty Latham
 1908 The Fight for Freedom (Short)
 1908 The Kentuckian (Short)
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 1908 The Black Viper (Short)
 1908 The Fight for Freedom (Short)
 1908 At the Crossroads of Life (Short)

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Stage Play: A Fool and His Money. (Revival). Written by George Broadhurst. Bijou Theatre: 26 Oct 1904- Nov 1904 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Marion Abbott, Eleanora Allen, Louise Allen, Anita Bridger, Lyster Chambers, William Collier Sr., Jane Dara, Mary Davenport, Mabel Dixey, Edna Faron, Daisy Green, Leo Hawley, Wallace ... See more »

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Actor and director briefly married to daredevil Pearl White of silent films, he co-starred with her in the popular serial The Black Secret (1919) and the comedy short The Thief (1920). See more »

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