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William Carr (I) (1866–1937)

William Carr was born on August 6, 1866 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He was an actor and assistant director, known for Wedding Rings (1929), Those Who Dance (1930) and Love and Treachery (1912). He was married to Mary Carr (I). He died on February 13, 1937 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Wedding Rings Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1929)
Those Who Dance Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1930)
(1912)

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 1920 The Veiled Marriage
David Fallon
 1918 The Triumph of the Weak
Teddy (as Billy Carr)
 1915 Her Idol (Short)
 1915 The Winthrop Diamonds (Short)
 1915 Bags of Gold (Short)
 1914 The Lure of the Pit (Short)
Kuvalda
 1914 A Desperate Chance (Short)
The Sheriff
 1913 The Battle of Shiloh
Col. Bogard
 1913 The Two Fathers (Short)
2nd Father
 1913 The Taking of Rattlesnake Bill (Short)
Sheriff Granger
 1913 The Hills of Strife (Short)
Pete Harris - Jane's Father
 1912 The Smuggler (Short)
The Smuggler
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 1930 Those Who Dance (second assistant director - uncredited)
 1929 Wedding Rings (second unit director)
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 1912 Love and Treachery (Short) (as William C. Carr)
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 1966 The Monkees (TV Series) (writer: "Hold on girl")
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Film director.

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Alternate Names:

Billy Carr | William C.D. Carr | William C. Carr
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N.Y. Times cited cause of death as advanced age and "grief over the death of his eldest daughter, Luella Carr Walsh [Louella Carr], an actress, four weeks ago". See more »

Star Sign:

Leo

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