Producer and Screenwriter

Larry Semon

  • Feb 09, 1889 - Oct 08, 1928 (age 39)
  • 5' 7" (1.70 m)
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1951
Anything for Laughs
MovieApr 21, 1951

Anything for Laughs

This is a narrated, re-edited re-release, with appropriate …
This is a narrated, re-edited re-release, with appropriate sound effects and musical accompaniment, of The Show (1922).
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1928
Larry Semon
PersonalOctober 1928

Larry Semon

Larry Semon passed away.
A Simple Sap
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MovieFeb 12, 1928

A Simple Sap

A bumbling grocery-store employee must deal with such job …
A bumbling grocery-store employee must deal with such job-related problems as a conniving boss, unruly customers, a baby alligator and an escaped lunatic, all of which culminates in a wild melee involving hurled cakes, pies, buckets of jam and bags of flour.
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1927
The Stunt Man
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MovieOct 23, 1927

The Stunt Man

A movie stuntman, whose wealthy girlfriend has just turned …
A movie stuntman, whose wealthy girlfriend has just turned down his marriage proposal, is determined to prove to her that he is man enough for her, and in doing so proceeds to ruin take after take, driving everyone on the set crazy, especially his director.
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1925
Dorothy Dwan
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Dorothy Dwan

Dorothy Ilgenfritz in Sedalia, Missouri, she married three …
Dorothy Ilgenfritz in Sedalia, Missouri, she married three times. She had one child, a son, Paul, by her marriage to Paul Northcutt Boggs Jr. Dwan died in Ventura, California from lung cancer, aged 74.
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1922
Lucille Carlisle
Marriage1922

Lucille Carlisle

Lucille Carlisle was born Ida Lucille White in Galesburg, Illinois. …
Lucille Carlisle was born Ida Lucille White in Galesburg, Illinois. After her father abandoned the family her mother opened a boarding house in Spokane, Washington. At the age of sixteen Lucille was briefly married. Soon after she she won a beauty contest organized by Photoplay Magazine. She moved to New York City and began her career on Broadway as Lucille Zintheo. Later she changed her stage name Lucille Carlisle. In 1918 she was signed by Vitagraph Pictures and was cast in the Larry Semon comedy Boodle and Bandits. Larry and Lucille would make more than a twenty movies together including The Simple Life and A Pair of Kings. They became a popular onscreen team while off screen they had a tempestuous romance. Lucille was unhappy with the shape of her nose and underwent numerous plastic surgeries. In 1922 she and Larry were secretly married. Later that year Lucille suffered a nervous breakdown. She recovered but her marriage to Larry ended in divorce. In 1923 she auditioned for the lead in The Hunchback of Notre Dame but Patsy Ruth Miller got the part. Lucille developed a drinking problem and was often under a doctors care for her nerves. She decided to stop acting and married businessman Leland H. Millikin in 1930. Lucille, who never had children, adopted her niece when her sister was unable to raise her. During World War 2 she made several radio appearances. Lucille died on October 19, 1958 due to a liver disorder. She was buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California.
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