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Ogden Crane (1873–1940)

Ogden Crane was born on September 1, 1873 in Brooklyn, New York, USA as Harry Ogden Crane. He was an actor, known for The Light of Western Stars (1918), The Flirt (1916) and Jinx (1919). He died on May 14, 1940 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Flirt
The Flirt Mr. Madison
Jinx Bull Hogarth
The Valley of the Giants
The Valley of the Giants Mayor Poundstone


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 1923 Navy Blues (Short)
The Admiral
 1921 The Greater Profit
Creightoon Hardage
 1921 The Invisible Fear
John Randall
 1921 Oh Buddy! (Short)
 1921 Southern Exposure (Short)
 1921 See My Lawyer
T. Hamilton Brown
 1920 Sic-Em
Stephen Hamilton
 1920 Wedding Blues (Short)
 1920 The Dwelling Place of Light
Chester Sprole
 1920 Her Five-Foot Highness
Lesley Saunders
 1919 Jinx
Bull Hogarth
 1919 Soldiers of Fortune
 1919 The Valley of the Giants
Mayor Poundstone
 1919 Hornet's Nest
Mr. Whitefield
 1919 The Sealed Envelope
 1918 When a Woman Sins
Dr. Stone
 1917 The Cloud
James Dixon
 1916 The Parson of Panamint
Absolom Randall
 1916 The End of the Trail
Jacques Favre
 1916 The Man from Bitter Roots
Undetermined Role
 1916/I The Flirt (Short)
Mr. Madison
 1916 The Grey Sisterhood (Short)
Roger Odell
 1915 Lord John's Journal
Roger Odell
 1915 Lord John in New York
Roger Odell
 1913 Caprice
Jim Baxter
 1911 The Lost Freight Car (Short)
The Yard Master

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Other Works:

Stage Play: Backfire. Written by Stuart Fox. Directed by L.B. Parker and Walter N. Lawrence. 39th Street Theatre (moved to the Lyceum Theatre on 30 Oct 1916- close): 2 Oct 1916- Nov 1916 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: Mary Boland, William Bonelli, Adrienne Bonnell, Roy Briant, Harry Brukhardt, Caroline Campe, Martin Cheesman... See more »

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