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Billy Sunday (1862–1935)

Billy Sunday was born on November 19, 1862 in Ames, Iowa, USA. He is known for Pathé's Weekly, No. 9 (1914), Hearst-Selig News Pictorial, No. 32 (1915) and The Pathé Daily News, No. 4 (1915). He was previously married to Helen Amelia Thompson. He died on November 6, 1935 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. See full bio »

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 1915 Jordan Is a Hard Road (technical advisor - uncredited)
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 1915 Billy Sunday, the Evangelist (Documentary short)
 1915 Pathé News, No. 29 (Short)
 1915 Animated Weekly, No. 151 (Documentary short)
 1915 Animated Weekly, No. 150 (Documentary short)
 1915 The Pathé Daily News, No. 4 (Short)
 1914 Pathé's Weekly, No. 9 (Short)
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 2008 The American Future: A History (TV Mini Series documentary)
- American Fervour (2008) ... Self
 2000 Culture Shock (TV Mini Series documentary)
- The Devil's Music: 1920s Jazz (2000) ... Self
 1999 The 20th Century: A Moving Visual History (TV Mini Series documentary)
 1997 Prohibition: Thirteen Years That Changed America (TV Series documentary)
Self (uncredited)
 1975 The Moving Picture Boys in the Great War (Documentary)
Self - speaking to troops (uncredited)
 1954 This Was Yesterday (Documentary short)
 1950 The Golden Twenties (Documentary)

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