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Marshall P. Wilder (1859–1915)

Marshall P. Wilder was born on September 19, 1859 in Geneva, New York, USA as Marshall Pinckney Wilder. He was an actor and writer, known for The Widow's Might (1913), Professor Optimo (1912) and Mockery (1912). He was married to Mrs. Marshall P. Wilder. He died on January 10, 1915 in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. See full bio »

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The Widow's Might
The Widow's Might Barney McGuinness
Professor Optimo
Professor Optimo Professor Optimo
Mockery Pepito, a Clown
The Greatest Thing in the World


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 1913 The Widow's Might (Short)
Barney McGuinness
 1912 The Curio Hunters (Short)
Little Bill, a Sailor
 1912 The Godmother (Short)
The Tailor / The Godmother
 1912 Mockery (Short)
Pepito, a Clown
 1912 Professor Optimo (Short)
Professor Optimo
 1912 The Greatest Thing in the World (Short)
A Miserly Cobbler
 1912 The Pipe (Short)
Sherlie Holmes, Detective
 1912/I The Five Senses (Short)
 1912 Chumps (Short)
Mr. Wild Masher, the Satellite
 1897 Marshall P. Wilder (Short)
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 1913 The Widow's Might (Short) (scenario)
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 1912 Marshall P. Wilder (Short)
 1911 A Hot Time in Atlantic City (Short)
Himself - Cameo Appearance - Man on Tricycle (uncredited)
 1910 Actors' Fund Field Day (Short)

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