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Henry Otto

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Other names  Henry W. Otto
Name  Henry Otto
Years active  1911–1942
Role  Film actor

Born  August 8, 1877 (1877-08-08) St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Occupation  Actor, director, producer, and screenwriter
Died  August 3, 1952, Los Angeles, California, United States
Movies  Dante's Inferno, Mister 44, The River of Romance
Similar People  Ralph Lewis, Harold Lockwood, Winifred Greenwood, Charlotte Burton, William Desmond Taylor

Henry Otto (August 8, 1877 – August 3, 1952) was an American silent film actor, director, producer, and screenwriter.

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Otto contributed to over 150 films throughout his career working as an actor and a director throughout. He directed many films in 1914, in films such as When a Woman Waits, In Tune, The Archeologist, and The Redemption of a Pal working with actors such as Edward Coxen, Charlotte Burton and George Field. He retired from film in 1942. Otto died five days shy of his 75th birthday on August 3, 1952 in Los Angeles.

Actor

  • Harbor Island (1912)
  • Margarita and the Mission Funds (1913)
  • Through the Centuries (1914)
  • The Zaca Lake Mystery (1915)
  • Mister 44 (1916)
  • Lorelei of the Sea (1917)
  • The Outlaw Express (1926)
  • The Iron Mask (1929)
  • One Hysterical Night (1929)
  • Sea Devils (1931)
  • Trailin' West (1936)
  • Silver Queen (Uncredited, 1942)
  • Director

  • Betty's Bandit (1912)
  • Beppo (1914)
  • The Measure of Leon Du Bray (1915)
  • The River of Romance (1916)
  • Undine (1916)
  • The Butterfly Girl (1917)
  • Their Honeymoon Baby (1918)
  • The Island of Intrigue (1919)
  • Fair and Warmer (1919)
  • The Willow Tree (1920)
  • A Slave of Vanity (1920)
  • The Temple of Venus (1923)
  • Dante's Inferno (1924)
  • The Folly of Vanity (1924)
  • The Ancient Mariner (film) (1925)
  • Alma de Gaucho (1930)
  • Writer

  • Memories of the Past (1911)
  • Oh, Such a Night! (1912)
  • All on Account of a Transfer (1913)
  • Lola (Scenario, 1914)
  • The Phantom Fortune (Scenario, 1915)
  • Half a Rogue (Scenario, 1916)
  • The River of Romance (Scenario, 1916)
  • A Slave of Vanity (Scenario, 1920)
  • The Temple of Venus (Story, 1923)
  • References

    Henry Otto Wikipedia


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