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Carl Miller

  • Aug 09, 1893 - Jan 22, 1979 (age 85)
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1979
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Carl Miller

Carl Miller passed away.
1934
No Ransom
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MovieOct 8, 1934

No Ransom

No Ransom released.
Embarrassing Moments
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MovieSep 1, 1934

Embarrassing Moments

Embarrassing Moments is a 1934 American comedy film …
Embarrassing Moments is a 1934 American comedy film directed by Edward Laemmle and written by Charles Logue, Dickson Morgan and Gladys Buchanan Unger. The film stars Chester Morris, Marian Nixon, Walter Woolf King, Alan Mowbray, George E. Stone and John Wray. The film was released on September 1, 1934, by Universal Pictures.
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1933
The Phantom Broadcast
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MovieMar 15, 1933

The Phantom Broadcast

A handsome radio singer has …
A handsome radio singer has it all--fame, money, adoring fans--but what no one knows is that his accompanist, a hunchbacked piano player, is actually the voice behind the arrogant, abusive "singer"'s fame. The two men fall for the same girl, and when the singer turns up dead, suspicion falls upon his assistant and the girl.
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1932
Renegades of the West
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MovieNov 25, 1932

Renegades of the West

Tom Bagby has gone to …
Tom Bagby has gone to prison to learn of his father's killer. Returning, he looks for Curly Bogard who he thinks did it. Keeping his identity a secret, he gets a job on Curly's ranch. Just as he gets evidence out of Curly's safe, his cellmate Blackie arrives to expose him.
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1931
Sealed Lips
MovieNov 11, 1931

Sealed Lips

Sealed Lips released.
Honor of the Family
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MovieOct 17, 1931

Honor of the Family

Honor of the Family is a 1931 American Pre-Code drama …
Honor of the Family is a 1931 American Pre-Code drama film released by First National Pictures (a subsidiary of Warner Bros.), starring Bebe Daniels and Warren William. It was based on the play by Emil Fabre, from the Honoré de Balzac novel, La Rabouilleuse. This was the talkie debut for Warren William who would become one of the major stars for Warner Brothers over the next five years. It also marked Dita Parlo's first English-speaking role.
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Traveling Husbands
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MovieAug 7, 1931

Traveling Husbands

Several traveling salesmen get involved with business, …
Several traveling salesmen get involved with business, booze, romance, party girls and a lot more while staying at a hotel Detroit.
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1929
Friendship
MovieFeb 19, 1929

Friendship

Friendship released.
1928
Making the Varsity
MovieJul 15, 1928

Making the Varsity

Making the Varsity is a 1928 American silent drama film …
Making the Varsity is a 1928 American silent drama film directed by Cliff Wheeler and starring Rex Lease, Arthur Rankin and Gladys Hulette.
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Why Sailors Go Wrong
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MovieMar 25, 1928

Why Sailors Go Wrong

Why Sailors Go Wrong is a 1928 American silent comedy film …
Why Sailors Go Wrong is a 1928 American silent comedy film directed by Henry Lehrman and written by Randall Faye and Delos Sutherland. The film stars Sammy Cohen, Ted McNamara, Sally Phipps, Nick Stuart, E. H. Calvert, and Carl Miller. The film was released on March 25, 1928, by Fox Film Corporation.
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Haunted Island
MovieMar 24, 1928

Haunted Island

Haunted Island is a 1928 American silent action film serial …
Haunted Island is a 1928 American silent action film serial directed by Robert F. Hill. The serial was released in 10 chapters of two reels each, with the first episode ("A Night of Fear") released on March 26, 1928. Each episode featured a lurid title, such as "The Phantom Rider," "The Haunted Room," "The Fires of Fury," or "Buried Alive." The serial was a remake of the 1918 Universal serial The Brass Bullet, which was based on the story "Pleasure Island."
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1927
Good As Gold
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MovieJun 12, 1927

Good As Gold

Good as Gold is a 1927 American Western film directed by …
Good as Gold is a 1927 American Western film directed by Scott R. Dunlap and written by Jack Jungmeyer. The film stars Buck Jones, Frances Lee, Carl Miller, Charles K. French, Adele Watson and Arthur Ludwig. The film was released on June 12, 1927, by Fox Film Corporation.
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Whispering Sage
MovieMar 20, 1927

Whispering Sage

Whispering Sage is a 1927 American Western film …
Whispering Sage is a 1927 American Western film directed by Scott R. Dunlap and written by Harold Shumate. It is based on the 1922 novel Whispering Sage by Harry Sinclair Drago and Joseph Noel. The film stars Buck Jones, Natalie Joyce, Émile Chautard, Carl Miller, Albert J. Smith and Joseph W. Girard. The film was released on March 20, 1927, by Fox Film Corporation.
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1926
The Canyon of Light
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MovieDec 5, 1926

The Canyon of Light

The Canyon of Light is a 1926 American Western film …
The Canyon of Light is a 1926 American Western film directed by Benjamin Stoloff and written by John Stone and William Conselman. It is based on the 1926 novel The Canyon of Light by Kenneth Perkins. The film stars Tom Mix, Dorothy Dwan, Barry Norton, Ralph Sipperly, Will Walling and Carmelita Geraghty. The film was released on December 5, 1926, by Fox Film Corporation.
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Raggedy Rose
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MovieNov 7, 1926

Raggedy Rose

Rose, who works for a penny-pinching junk dealer, dreams …
Rose, who works for a penny-pinching junk dealer, dreams of romance with wealthy bachelor Ted Tudor.
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The Great K & A Train Robbery
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MovieOct 17, 1926

The Great K & A Train Robbery

Cullen has hired Tom to try …
Cullen has hired Tom to try and stop the robberies on his railroad. Knowing Cullen's secretary Holt is tipping off the gang, Tom works undercover by posing as a highwayman. To help him bring in the gang he enlists the help of the hobo DeLuxe Harry.
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Trapped
MovieJun 5, 1926

Trapped

Trapped released.
The Power of the Weak
MovieMay 24, 1926

The Power of the Weak

The Power of the Weak is a …
The Power of the Weak is a 1926 American silent drama film directed by William James Craft and starring Alice Calhoun, Carl Miller and Spottiswoode Aitken.
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1925
The Red Kimona
MovieNov 16, 1925

The Red Kimona

A small town girl finds escape from her cruel home life in the …
A small town girl finds escape from her cruel home life in the arms of a handsome stranger. Soon she finds herself working as a prostitute in New Orleans, desperately clinging to the belief that he really loves her.
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We Moderns
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MovieNov 15, 1925

We Moderns

A rebellious young British flapper goes against the old …
A rebellious young British flapper goes against the old-fashioned views of her parents. Although she is attracted to a stable, hard-working engineer named John, she begins a flirtatious relationship with married writer Oscar, who sees her as nothing more than another notch on his bedpost. John and her parents try to dissuade her from carrying on with Oscar, but the more they try, the more determined she becomes to pursue him. Complications ensue.
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The New Butler
MovieSep 29, 1925

The New Butler

The New Butler released.
The Redeeming Sin
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MovieJan 19, 1925

The Redeeming Sin

Lupin (Lou Tellegen) is the lover of Joan (Nazimova) of the …
Lupin (Lou Tellegen) is the lover of Joan (Nazimova) of the Apaches. She is attracted by Paul de Gafilet (Carleton D. Miller), nobleman and sculptor. She visits him in his studio and resolves to abandon her underworld career for his sake. Lupin vows revenge but is frustrated by Joan. The latter's affection for Paul turns to rage when she sees him embracing another woman. Joan joins with her confederates to steal some jewels from a statue of the Madonna in a church. She learns that the woman she is jealous of is Paul's sister, attempts to halt the robbery but fails. Paul is injured by the thieves and Joan held captive. Lupin shows his love for the girl by annexing and returning the stolen gems. He is badly wounded but finds happiness in Joan's arms, who finally realizes that he is the man she really cares for.
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1924
The Dark Swan
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MovieNov 24, 1924

The Dark Swan

The Dark Swan is a lost 1924 American drama film directed …
The Dark Swan is a lost 1924 American drama film directed by Millard Webb and written by Frederick J. Jackson. It is based on the 1924 novel The Dark Swan by Ernest Pascal. The film stars Marie Prevost, Monte Blue, Helene Chadwick, John Patrick, Lilyan Tashman and Vera Lewis. The film was released by Warner Bros. on November 26, 1924.
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The Lover of Camille
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MovieNov 10, 1924

The Lover of Camille

The Lover of Camille was a 1924 American silent romantic …
The Lover of Camille was a 1924 American silent romantic drama film directed by Harry Beaumont, and starring Monte Blue. The film was based on the French novel Deburau by Sacha Guitry, which was also adapted into a Broadway play by Harley Granville-Barker.
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1923
Condemned
MovieDec 1, 1923

Condemned

Condemned released.
Jealous Husbands
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MovieNov 12, 1923

Jealous Husbands

When a man's wife is accused of adultery, her insanely jealous …
When a man's wife is accused of adultery, her insanely jealous husband gives her young son away to a traveling band of gypsies. Years later, when the son grows up, he sets out to prove that his mother wasn't guilty of adultery but was actually trying to help her sister-in-law escape the clutches of a blackmailer.
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A Woman of Paris
MovieSep 26, 1923

A Woman of Paris

Marie St. Clair believes she has been jilted by her artist fiance …
Marie St. Clair believes she has been jilted by her artist fiance Jean when he fails to meet her at the railway station. She goes off to Paris alone. A year later, mistress of wealthy Pierre Revel, she meets Jean again. Misinterpreting events she bounces back and forth between apparent security and true love.
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1922
The Bride's Play
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MovieJan 22, 1922

The Bride's Play

An Irish lass is torn between the poet who seduced her and …
An Irish lass is torn between the poet who seduced her and noble man who truly loves.
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1921
Cinderella of the Hills
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MovieOct 23, 1921

Cinderella of the Hills

Cinderella of the Hills is a …
Cinderella of the Hills is a lost 1921 silent drama film directed by Howard M. Mitchell and starring Barbara Bedford and Barbara La Marr. It was produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation.
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The Kid
MovieJan 16, 1921

The Kid

The opening title reads: "A comedy with a smile--and perhaps a …
The opening title reads: "A comedy with a smile--and perhaps a tear". As she leaves the charity hospital and passes a church wedding, Edna deposits her new baby with a pleading note in a limousine and goes off to commit suicide. The limo is stolen by thieves who dump the baby by a garbage can. Charlie the Tramp finds the baby and makes a home for him. Five years later Edna has become an opera star but does charity work for slum youngsters in hope of finding her boy. A doctor called by Edna discovers the note with the truth about the Kid and reports it to the authorities who come to take him away from Charlie. Before he arrives at the Orphan Asylum Charlie steals him back and takes him to a flophouse. The proprietor reads of a reward for the Kid and takes him to Edna. Charlie is later awakened by a kind policeman who reunites him with the Kid at Edna's mansion.
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1920
The Parish Priest
MovieDec 1, 1920

The Parish Priest

The Parish Priest released.
1919
Tempest Cody Turns the Tables
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MovieOct 23, 1919

Tempest Cody Turns the Tables

Tempest Cody Turns the Tables released.
Tempest Cody Gets Her Man
MovieOct 6, 1919

Tempest Cody Gets Her Man

Tempest Cody Gets Her Man released.
Tempest Cody Plays Detective
MovieSep 29, 1919

Tempest Cody Plays Detective

Tempest Cody Plays Detective released.
Tempest Cody Rides Wild
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MovieSep 15, 1919

Tempest Cody Rides Wild

Tempest Cody Rides Wild released.
Mary Regan
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MovieMay 4, 1919

Mary Regan

Mary Regan released.
1918
The Doctor and the Woman
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MovieApr 14, 1918

The Doctor and the Woman

K is a mysterious man who …
K is a mysterious man who settles into a small town and becomes a beloved figure there. However, when the life of his rival in love suddenly depends on K's previously unsuspected abilities, his past life is revealed.
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1917
A Bit o' Heaven
MovieJun 16, 1917

A Bit o' Heaven

The story has to do with a crippled child, Carol Bird, the only …
The story has to do with a crippled child, Carol Bird, the only daughter of her wealthy parents, who are proud of two strong, healthy sons, in addition. Little Carol is a hopeless invalid, and the tender love and affection of the entire family go out to her, fearing the day when the soul shall take its flight from the fragile body. Carol has a devoted Uncle Jack also, a traveler in distant lands, who cheers her by a letter, in which he promises to come home and spend Christmas with her. But little Carol has other friends, outside of her sphere indeed, but nevertheless faithful, loyal friends, who would go any length to spare her pain or to bring her pleasure. These are none other than the nine ragged members of the Ruggles family, little boys and girls who live nearby, whom Carol has often watched at play and wished that she could join them. Mrs. Ruggles, their widowed mother, toils ceaselessly to bring up this healthy brood of hers, from Sarah Maude, the elder, and the little mother, down to sturdy little Larry, the pet and pride of the Ruggles' family. Shortly before Christmas, Carol, who had been planning for some time to give a pleasant surprise to her Ruggles friends, asks her mother if she can invite them to a Christmas dinner. Mrs. Bird gladly consents, and so the letter of invitation is written by Carol and is carried to Mrs. Ruggles by Sarah Maude. The commotion which this letter creates is best told in the pictures, as are also the preparations made by Mrs. Ruggles to have her children appear in presentable condition. The mirth which these preparations create seizes the spectator with such continuous grip that he loses the sense of time and place. He is truly in the midst of it all, at times earnestly sympathizing with Mrs. Ruggles in the knotty problems that confront her and sincerely admiring the resourcefulness that overcomes every difficulty. Peory, for instance, has no stockings, and Mrs. Ruggles surmounts the difficulty by telling Clem, her eldest boy, to go out and ask Mrs. Cullen, a neighbor, to lend her a pair and to promise that Peory will give her boy Jim Cullen half of her candy. Peory flares up at this bargain, but Mrs. Ruggles settles the matter by asking: "Which would you rather do. Give Jim half your candy or go to the party barelegged?" The said stockings arc a sight, striped, not like a zebra, but black and white! "Thay'll be the makin' of you! Ain't they stylish, Peory?" Mrs. Ruggles says to that disgruntled young lady, as she surveys them with delight. Then in an aside to the other gazing members of the family, Mrs. Ruggles says confidently, "Nobody'll fergit she's got 'em on." This is only a single sample of the mirthful preparations, not omitting the dress rehearsal to which Mrs. Ruggles subjects her brood, before they depart for the Bird mansion. They are certain to delight both old and young, and people of all ages. The scene showing the Ruggles' family around the Christmas table, with Uncle Jack seated at the head and the invalid Carol looking delightedly on, will remain with everyone who sees it for some time to come. The director has seen to it that the Ruggles children eat just as they have been accustomed to eat at home, and Larry eats so ravenously that his face soon begins to pucker up with pain, which comes from an over-gorged "tummie." The closing scene is one of sadness. The merry Ruggles children have gone, laden with beautiful Christmas presents, taken from Carol's Christmas tree. In her mother's arms, the child is seized by a great faintness. "Mother, I do think we have kept Christ's birthday this time just as He wanted it done," she whispers, and then passes away.
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The Clock
MovieApr 30, 1917

The Clock

The Clock released.
1893
Carl Miller
BirthAugust 1893

Carl Miller

Carl Miller was born.
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