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  • Wallace McCutcheon Sr. - Wikipedia

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    Wallace McCutcheon Sr. (New York City, 1858 or 1862 – Brooklyn, New York, October 3, 1918) was a pioneer cinematographer and director in the early American motion picture industry, working with the American Mutoscope & Biograph, Edison and American Star Film companies.

  • Wallace McCutcheon Jr. - IMDb

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    Wallace McCutcheon Jr., Actor: The Fight for Freedom. Wallace McCutcheon Jr. was born on December 23, 1880 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor and director, known for The Fight for Freedom (1908), The Thief (1920) and The Phantom Foe (1920). He was married to Pearl White. He died on January 27, 1928 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

  • Wallace McCutcheon, Jr. | Biography, Movie Highlights and Photos | AllMovie

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    Find bio, credits and filmography information for Wallace McCutcheon, Jr. on AllMovie - Wallace McCutcheon Jr. was the eldest of eight children born to pioneer dirctor and cinematographer…

  • Wallace McCutcheon, Sr. - WikiVisually

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    In 1908, Biographs main director Wallace McCutcheon grew ill, and his son, Wallace McCutcheon, McCutcheon, Jr. however, was not able to bring the studio any success. As a result, Biograph co-founder, Henry Harry Marvin, decided to give Griffith the position, Griffith would end up directing forty-eight shorts for the company that year. His short In Old California was the first film shot in Hollywood, ...

  • Wallace McCutcheon Jr. - Biography - IMDb

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    Wallace McCutcheon Jr. was born on December 23, 1880 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor and director, known for The Fight for Freedom (...

  • Wallace McCutcheon Jr. - Wikidata

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    American actor and director (1880-1928) Wallace McCutcheon Jr. Q4017831)

  • Wallace McCutcheon, Sr. | Wiki | Everipedia

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    Wallace McCutcheon, Sr.'s wiki: Wallace McCutcheon, Sr. (New York City, 1858 or 1862 – Brooklyn, New York, October 3, 1918[2]) ... Early in 1908, McCutcheon took seriously ill and was replaced in his position at Biograph by his son, Wallace McCutcheon, Jr., nicknamed "Wally." ... Wallace "Wally" McCutcheon, Jr. seems to have joined the Biograph company early in 1908, ...

  • Wallace McCutcheon, Jr. Biography | Fandango

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    Wallace McCutcheon Jr. was the eldest of eight children born to pioneer dirctor and cinematographer Wallace

  • Wallace McCutcheon, Jr (1894 - 1928) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Actor, Director. Born the eldest child of pioneer filmmaker Wallace McCutcheon, Sr in New York City. As a young man, he appeared occasionally on stage as an actor, but in 1908 he substituted for his father at Biograph studios as a director. After six weeks on the lot, he was seen as a poor

  • Wallace McCutcheon, Sr. - Revolvy

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    Wallace McCutcheon, Sr. (New York City, 1858 or 1862 – Brooklyn, New York, October 3, 1918 ) was a pioneer cinematographer and director in the early American motion picture industry, working with the American Mutoscope & Biograph, Edison and American Star Film companies. McCutcheon's wealth of credits are often mixed up with the small handful of films directed by his son, Wallace McCutcheon, Jr. (1884–1928). Biography Referred to affectionately as "Old Man" McCutcheon by members of the ...

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