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George Le Guere

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A popular stage juvenile who had appeared opposite the likes of Margaret Anglin, David Warfield, and Jane Cowl, blond George Le Guere (born Mullally) enjoyed some success in the early silent era as a leading man for Essanay, Metro, and Selznick, notably in Seven Deadly Sins (1917), a series of melodramas depicting Pride, Greed, Sloth, etc. By the 1920s, Le Guere was mainly playing "the other man," and he was reduced to work as an extra in the sound era.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Three Cornered Moon
  • Call boy
1933
No Score Yet Men Without Women
  • Pollock
1930
No Score Yet Missing Millions
  • Daniel Regan, Ship's Purser
1922

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