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Francis Powers (1865–1940)

Francis Powers was born on June 4, 1865 in Marner, Virginia, USA. He was a director and actor, known for From Headquarters (1929), Hearts of Oak (1924) and The Man Without a Country (1925). He died on May 10, 1940 in Santa Monica, California, USA. See full bio »

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Hearts of Oak Grandpa Dunnivan
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 1916 The Man of the Desert (Short)
 1916 Sea Mates (Short)
 1916 Good and Evil (Short)
 1916 The Toll of the Law (Short)
 1916 A Daughter of the Night (Short)
 1915 The Wayward Son (Short)
 1915 The Law of Duty (Short)
 1915 The Ever Living Isles (Short)
 1915 As in the Days of Old (Short)
 1915 The Father (Short)
 1915 The Bride of the Sea (Short)
 1915 Old Mother Grey (Short)
 1915 The Arrow Maiden (Short)
 1915 One Who Serves (Short)
 1914 Clothes (Short)
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Stage Play: Adrea. Drama/tragedy. Music by William Furst. Written by David Belasco and John Luther Long. Choreographed by Carl Marwig. Staged by David Belasco. Directed by Wilfred Buckland. Belasco Theatre: 11 Jan 1905- 26 Apr 1905 (123 performances). Cast: Corah Adams [credited as Corah Adams-Myll] (as "Iulia Doma, Adrea's Sister"), ... See more »

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