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J Searle Dawley

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Years active  1907-1926
Name  J. Dawley

Role  Director
Ex-spouse  Grace Manville Owens
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Full Name  James Searle Dawley
Born  May 13, 1877 (1877-05-13) Del Norte, Colorado, USA
Died  March 30, 1949, Hollywood, California, United States
Movies  Frankenstein, Rescued from an Eagle's N, A Christmas Carol, Snow White, A Little Girl Who Did Not Belie
Similar People  Charles Stanton Ogle, Mary Fuller, Augustus Phillips, Edwin S Porter, Marguerite Clark

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James Searle Dawley (May 13, 1877 – March 30, 1949) was an American director and screenwriter. He directed 149 films between 1907 and 1926. He was born in Del Norte, Colorado and died in Hollywood, California.

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J Searle Dawley Films


Selected filmography

  • Rescued from an Eagle's Nest (1908)
  • The Boston Tea Party (1908)
  • Hansel and Gretel (1909)
  • Frankenstein (1910)
  • A Christmas Carol (1910)
  • Charge of the Light Brigade (1912)
  • The Old Monk's Tale (1913)
  • The Daughter of the Hills (1913)
  • On The Broad Stairway (1913)
  • Hulda of Holland (1913)
  • Tess of the d'Urbervilles (1913)
  • In the Bishop's Carriage (1913)
  • Chelsea 7750 (1913)
  • An Hour Before Dawn (1913)
  • Caprice (1913)
  • The Port of Doom (1913)
  • Leah Kleschna (1913)
  • A Lady of Quality (1913)
  • An American Citizen (1914)
  • The Pride of Jennico (1914)
  • Four Feathers (1915)
  • Susie Snowflake (1916)
  • The Rainbow Princess (1916)
  • Snow White (1916)
  • Uncle Tom's Cabin (1918)
  • When Men Desire (1919)
  • A Virgin Paradise (1921)
  • Love's Old Sweet Song (1923) short film made in Phonofilm
  • Abraham Lincoln (1924) short film made in Phonofilm
  • References

    J. Searle Dawley Wikipedia


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