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James Vincent

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Occupation  Actor, film director
Name  James Vincent
Years active  1910-1951

Born  July 19, 1882 (1882-07-19) Springfield, Massachusetts
Died  July 12, 1957(1957-07-12) (aged 74) New York, New York
Role  Singer-songwriter ·
Albums  Early in the Morning, Post Tropical
Genres  Folk music, Independent music
Record labels  Vagrant Records, Dine Alone Records
Similar People  Dawes, Blake Mills, Bon Iver, Ben Howard, Steve Winwood

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James Vincent (July 19, 1882 – July 12, 1957) was an American actor and film director of the silent era. He appeared in 23 films between 1910 and 1951, and directed 18 films between 1915 and 1931.


He was born in Springfield, Massachusetts and died in New York, New York. Vincent lived with his partner, actor J. Warren Kerrigan from about 1914 until Kerrigan's death in 1947.

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Selected filmography

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  • The Pursuit of the Smugglers (1913)
  • The Melting Pot (1915)
  • Nan O' the Backwoods (1915)
  • Gold and the Woman (1916)
  • The Hidden Hand (1917)
  • Stolen Moments (1920)

  • James Vincent Meteor Choice Music Prize Nominees James Vincent


    Higher Love
    We Don't Eat
    Look Out
    If I Had a Boat
    Red Dust
    Post Tropical
    Breaking Hearts
    Wicked Game
    Follow You Down to the Red Oak Tree
    And If My Heart Should Somehow Stop
    This Old Dark Machine
    From the Woods!
    Down the Burning Ropes
    Hear That Noise That Moves So Soft and Low
    Sparrow & The Wolf
    Outside - Digging
    How to Waste a Moment
    All Points
    We Are Ghosts
    The Lakes
    Early in the Morning - I'll Come Calling
    New Romancers
    West Coast
    Like the River
    Hear The Sound That Moves So Soft And Low
    Early in the Morning
    Hear the Noise


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