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John B. O'Brien

Highest Rated:   78% The Iron Horse (1924)
Lowest Rated:   78% The Iron Horse (1924)
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A former juvenile with the touring Augustus Thomas Company, American actor/director John B. O'Brien (aka Jack O'Brien) was Broncho Billy Anderson's cameraman before writing and directing the five-reel The Life of Buffalo Bill (date undetermined), starring legendary showman William F. Cody. O'Brien was reportedly one of D.W. Griffith's assistants on The Birth of a Nation and later directed Mary Pickford in several of her less prestigious vehicles. In the 1920s, O'Brien was demoted to helming low-budget Western two-reelers starring Josie Sedgwick and playing supporting roles opposite the likes of Buffalo Bill Jr. (no relation to William Cody) and Buddy Roosevelt.

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Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Spirit of Notre Dame (Vigour of Youth)
  • Himself
1931
78% The Iron Horse
  • Dinny
1924
No Score Yet The Unforseen
  • Director
1917

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