American Film Actor

Otto Lederer

  • Apr 17, 1886 - Sep 03, 1965 (age 79)
  • 5' 9" (1.75 m)
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1965
Otto Lederer
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Otto Lederer

Otto Lederer passed away.
1933
Gun Law
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MovieApr 1, 1933

Gun Law

As the Sonora Kid, Blackjack, and Tony Andrews are escaping …
As the Sonora Kid, Blackjack, and Tony Andrews are escaping from the Sheriff, Tony is mortally wounded. Arriving at the Andrews ranch, Tony's blind mother mistakes the Kid for her son. Unable to tell her the truth they stay on. But there is trouble when Nevada Smith and his gang arrive and threaten to expose the hoax unless the Kid lets them rustle the Andrews cattle.
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Forgotten
MovieFeb 15, 1933

Forgotten

A kindly old man is neglected by his selfish and greedy family.
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1929
The Delicatessen Kid
MovieOct 14, 1929

The Delicatessen Kid

The Delicatessen Kid released.
Smiling Irish Eyes
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MovieJul 28, 1929

Smiling Irish Eyes

Rory O'More (James Hall), a talented, song-writing …
Rory O'More (James Hall), a talented, song-writing violinist, travels from Ireland to New York City to seek fame and fortune but leaves behind his sweetheart Kathleen O'Conner (Colleen Moore). But Kathleen follows her man to America where romantic complications disillusion her.
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One Stolen Night
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MovieMar 16, 1929

One Stolen Night

When his ne'er-do-well brother embezzles the commissary …
When his ne'er-do-well brother embezzles the commissary funds of their cavalry unit stationed in the Suden, a British soldier takes the blame for him. He winds up deserting his post and joining up with a traveling vaudeville troupe. He falls in love with a pretty young woman in one of the show's acts, but finds that a local Arab sheik has his own plans for the young girl.
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1928
Celebrity
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MovieOct 7, 1928

Celebrity

Celebrity is a 1928 American silent comedy film directed by Tay …
Celebrity is a 1928 American silent comedy film directed by Tay Garnett and starring Robert Armstrong, Clyde Cook and Lina Basquette. The film's sets were designed by the art director Mitchell Leisen.
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You're Darn Tootin'
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MovieApr 21, 1928

You're Darn Tootin'

Members of a municipal band, Stanley and Oliver seem to …
Members of a municipal band, Stanley and Oliver seem to be always following someone else's lead, rather than that of the temperamental conductor. Soon they're out of a job, as well as their lodgings when the landlady finds out they've been fired. The boys try their luck at being street musicians, but the tiffs they get into with each other soon spread to passersby in general, until the street is filled with men pulling each other's pants off.
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1927
The Jazz Singer
MovieOct 6, 1927

The Jazz Singer

Cantor Rabinowitz is concerned and upset because his son …
Cantor Rabinowitz is concerned and upset because his son Jakie shows so little interest in carrying on the family's traditions and heritage. For five generations, men in the family have been cantors in the synagogue, but Jakie is more interested in jazz and ragtime music. One day, they have such a bitter argument that Jakie leaves home for good. After a few years on his own, now calling himself Jack Robin, he gets an important opportunity through the help of well-known stage performer Mary Dale. But Jakie finds that in order to balance his career, his relationship with Mary, and his memories of his family, he will be forced to make some difficult choices.
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The King of Kings
MovieApr 19, 1927

The King of Kings

Mary Magdalene becomes angry when Judas, now a follower …
Mary Magdalene becomes angry when Judas, now a follower of Jesus, won't come to her feast. She goes to see Jesus and becomes repentant. From there the Bible story unfolds through the Crucifixion and Resurrection.
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The Shamrock and the Rose
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MovieApr 15, 1927

The Shamrock and the Rose

The Shamrock and the Rose …
The Shamrock and the Rose is a 1927 American silent comedy film directed by Jack Nelson and starring Mack Swain, Olive Hasbrouck and Edmund Burns. On the East Side feuding families the Cohens and the Kellys own an ice cream and a hot dog stand respectively, but their children have fallen in love.
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1926
The Trunk Mystery
MovieDec 20, 1926

The Trunk Mystery

The Trunk Mystery released.
Cruise of the Jasper B
MovieDec 13, 1926

Cruise of the Jasper B

Cruise of the Jasper B is a …
Cruise of the Jasper B is a 1926 American silent action/adventure comedy film produced by Cecil B. DeMille and directed by James W. Horne. The film is loosely based on the 1916 novel of the same name by American poet Don Marquis, although the film adaptation and novel share little in common.
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Sweet Rosie O'Grady
MovieSep 26, 1926

Sweet Rosie O'Grady

A baby girl is left at the door of Brady, an Irish-policeman in …
A baby girl is left at the door of Brady, an Irish-policeman in New York City. He and his friends bid for her, and she is won by Uncle Ben Shapiro, a pawnbroker, who raises her to young womanhood, and is known as Sweet Rosie O'Grady. One day she goes to the rescue of Victor MacQuade, a young man from the high society set, who has been attacked by some east-side gang kids. The next day Victor, dressed as the family chauffeur, calls for her to go on on a ride. He goes home to change clothes while she peeks through the door at a charity costume-bazaar, and is swept inside by some late-arriving guests. She wins first prize for best costume, although she is dressed in the best she has. She flees angry and mortified. Since he has a larger house, she moves to Brady's home, one of her other foster-parents. Victor, who has fallen in love with Rosie, goes to Uncle Ben's shop and asks his permission to marry Rosie.
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1925
The Cloudhopper
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MovieJun 7, 1925

The Cloudhopper

The Cloudhopper released.
The Wizard of Oz
MovieJan 27, 1925

The Wizard of Oz

Dorothy, heir to the Oz throne, must take it back from the …
Dorothy, heir to the Oz throne, must take it back from the wicked Prime Minister Kruel with the help of three farmhands.
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1924
Worldly Goods
MovieNov 2, 1924

Worldly Goods

A pretty young woman marries a slick-talking car salesman …
A pretty young woman marries a slick-talking car salesman instead of the wealthy playboy who proposed. After the marriage she discovers that her new husband is more interested in talking about being a success than in actually trying to be one, and she is eventually forced to get a job. One day her husband overhears his wife's former suitor's plans for a particular piece of property; in order to purchase the property and impress his wife with his business acumen, he borrows money from a pretty and wealthy woman. When his wife finds out, she resents her husband's relationship with the woman and demands a divorce. Complications ensue.
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Poison
MovieAug 1, 1924

Poison

Poison released.
A Fighting Heart
MovieJul 28, 1924

A Fighting Heart

A Fighting Heart released.
1923
Black Oxen
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MovieDec 29, 1923

Black Oxen

A Manhattan playboy falls in love with a mysterious European …
A Manhattan playboy falls in love with a mysterious European woman, whom he notices as an exact double for a famous socialite who disappeared at the turn of the century. At first, he thinks it's just pure coincidence, as the beautiful young woman he's currently romancing is much younger than the woman who vanished years before, but soon, he begins to believe that maybe it's not such a coincidence after all.
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The Gown Shop
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MovieAug 14, 1923

The Gown Shop

The Gown Shop is a 1923 American silent comedy film …
The Gown Shop is a 1923 American silent comedy film directed by and starring Larry Semon that featured Oliver Hardy.
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Vanity Fair
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MovieMar 25, 1923

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair released.
1922
Hungry Hearts
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MovieNov 26, 1922

Hungry Hearts

A Hollywood adaptation of the short stories of Anzia Yazierska, …
A Hollywood adaptation of the short stories of Anzia Yazierska, the fist writer to bring stories of American Jewish women to a mainstream audience, Hungry Hearts focuses on the hopes and hardships of the Levin family, Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe living on New York City's Lower East Side.
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Forget Me Not
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MovieJul 23, 1922

Forget Me Not

Young mother Mary Gordoon is too poor to take care of her …
Young mother Mary Gordoon is too poor to take care of her infant daughter, Ann, and leaves the child at an orphanage. Ann grows up with a crippled leg in the orphanage, and has fallen in love with a fellow orphan, Jimmy.
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White Eagle
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MovieJan 1, 1922

White Eagle

Two factions struggle to gain and keep possession of a pool of …
Two factions struggle to gain and keep possession of a pool of molten gold.
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1921
The Avenging Arrow
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MovieMar 13, 1921

The Avenging Arrow

A young woman tries to find out the reason behind why all of her …
A young woman tries to find out the reason behind why all of her female ancestors have been killed before they reach their 21st birthday.
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The Spenders
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MovieJan 1, 1921

The Spenders

The Spenders is a 1921 American silent comedy film directed …
The Spenders is a 1921 American silent comedy film directed by Jack Conway and starring Claire Adams, Robert McKim and Joseph J. Dowling.
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1920
The Dragon's Net
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MovieAug 23, 1920

The Dragon's Net

A set of eight golden lotus leaves holds the secret for eternal …
A set of eight golden lotus leaves holds the secret for eternal life. A young girl is tricked out of the one she holds, and enlists the aid of an adventurer is tracking down the entire set.
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1919
Over the Garden Wall
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MovieSep 21, 1919

Over the Garden Wall

Peggy ( Bessie Love ) and her sister Frances ( Myrtle …
Peggy ( Bessie Love ) and her sister Frances ( Myrtle Reeves ) live with their father, but because of his idleness, they must all move to humbler quarters. Peggy adapts quickly to their new surrounding, while Frances misses the social life she once enjoyed. Their neighbors are well off, and Peggy begins a romance with their son, whom she thinks is the chauffeur. Meanwhile, Frances has become involved with a roguish character and plans to elope with him. Peggy saves her sister from imminent disgrace, but comes close to compromising herself instead. Peggy's sweetheart comes to her rescue and now his true identity is revealed to the very grateful girl.
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The Little Boss
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MovieJun 2, 1919

The Little Boss

The Little Boss is a 1919 American silent romantic comedy film …
The Little Boss is a 1919 American silent romantic comedy film directed by David Smith and produced by Vitagraph Studios. The story and screenplay were by Rida Johnson Young, and it starred Bessie Love and Wallace MacDonald.
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Man of Might
MovieJan 1, 1919

Man of Might

Man of Might released.
1918
By the World Forgot
MovieSep 16, 1918

By the World Forgot

By the World Forgot released.
The Wooing of Riley
MovieSep 7, 1918

The Wooing of Riley

The Wooing of Riley released.
The Changing Woman
MovieAug 19, 1918

The Changing Woman

An opera diva touring with her company in South America …
An opera diva touring with her company in South America charms everyone she meets except Johnny Armstrong, who has no use for her or any other woman. When she is taken captive by an Indian tribe, Johnny rescues her. On their way back to civilization Johnny sees a change in her brought about by the experience of being captured and rescued, and he begins to fall for her. However, the closer they get to civilization the more she begins to revert to the arrogant, attention-craving diva she had been. Johnny comes up with a plan he hopes will "bring back" the woman he has grown to love.
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The Woman in the Web
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MovieApr 8, 1918

The Woman in the Web

The Woman in the Web is a 1918 American drama film serial …
The Woman in the Web is a 1918 American drama film serial directed by Paul Hurst and David Smith. It was the 9th of 17 serials released by The Vitagraph Company of America. This World War I period serial about a Russian princess and the overthrow of the Tsar introduced the concept of the Red Menace to serials. The serial is now considered to be a lost film.
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Cavanaugh of the Forest Rangers
MovieFeb 25, 1918

Cavanaugh of the Forest Rangers

Cavanaugh of the Forest Rangers released.
The Wild Strain
MovieJan 14, 1918

The Wild Strain

The Wild Strain released.
1917
Captain of the Gray Horse Troop
MovieMay 7, 1917

Captain of the Gray Horse Troop

Captain of the Gray Horse Troop released.
Aladdin from Broadway
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MovieMar 19, 1917

Aladdin from Broadway

James Fitzgerald, an …
James Fitzgerald, an antiquarian, receives a letter from England that he has fallen heir to the title and fortune of his deceased brother. He leaves his Armenian wife and daughter in the care of Abu, a servant. An uprising among the Turks ensues and Mrs. Fitzgerald and the child are taken captive. Returning, Fitzgerald, with Abu, the servant, goes in pursuit. The only thing remaining of his home and wife is a small prayer book. Fitzgerald goes to Mecca to avoid capture, and hides the prayer book in a recess in the wall. Several years pass. Jack Stanton hears Lord Fitzgerald exclaim that it is impossible for any white man to emulate the feat that he did years ago. Stanton claims that if an Englishman could enter Mecca, an American could to it too. A bet is made whereby Stanton is to go to Mecca and, unaided, bring back the prayer book hidden by Fitzgerald. Stanton arrives at Mecca, disguised as a pilgrim. His father was the American Consul at Damascus in Stanton's youth, and his knowledge of Arabic is good. He finds the prayer book, but an Arab named Sadi steals it during the night. Stanton follows Sadi to Damascus. In Damascus Fitzgerald's daughter is living in the care of a presumed stepmother named "Light of Life," who contracts with Amad, a rich diamond merchant, to deliver Faimeh, as she is called, to him as his wife. The marriage takes place in spite of Faimeh's protestations. Amad utters the triple Moslem sentence of divorce, and she is again free. Amad is still desirous of having her, but under the Koranic law, cannot remarry her until she has been married to another man and divorced by him. With El Sabbagh he goes to find a man. They find Stanton, and he is inveigled to do as they ask. Through the lattice work Stanton and Faimeh are married, but Stanton gets a glimpse of her face and refuses to pronounce the triple divorce. A fight ensues and Stanton finds himself with his wife in a walled garden. They make their escape into the desert. There Stanton disguises Faimeh as a boy and himself as a Jewish story teller. Amad and El Sabbagh in pursuit, with Sadi, who has the prayer book in his possession, overtakes them but do not recognize them. A suspicion enters Sadi's mind and he returns and spies on them. Stanton discovers him and a fight ensues in which Sadi is knocked unconscious and Stanton recovers the prayer book. Stanton and Faimeh leave on Sadi's camel and meet Fitzgerald, who is on his way to Damascus. Fitzgerald takes Faimeh with him, but Stanton goes on alone, as the agreement in the wager is that he shall not accept assistance from any Christian. Amad and El Sabbagh find Sadi, who tells them about Stanton and the girl. They start in pursuit, and during a sandstorm Amad is separated from his companions. Stanton has taken refuge behind his camel and Amad stumbles upon him and crawls under the same blanket that is protecting Stanton. The storm abates. Amad tries to kill Stanton, who finally gets the upper hand, and when he has Amad in his power his pity for the older man grows and he finally compels him to get on his camel, divides the water and tells him to be on his way before he changes his mind. In Damascus, Fitzgerald, through the jewels Faimeh wears, discovers that she is his daughter. Faimeh and Fitzgerald search for Stanton and meet Amad, who tells them about his self-sacrifice. Days later a sun-blistered man, almost out of his mind, staggers into Fitzgerald's apartment. There he sees Fitzgerald and Faimeh in an attitude of endearment and taking a mistaken idea from it, utters the triple divorce and then falls in a faint. Faimeh nurses him through a long siege of brain fever, and on his recovery explains to him the reason for the occurrence that he has witnessed. After a time, back on Broadway, Fitzgerald settles his wager and a Christian marriage is performed.
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1916
Through the Wall
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MovieOct 2, 1916

Through the Wall

Through the Wall released.
The Waters of Lethe
MovieJul 15, 1916

The Waters of Lethe

At last, after years of toil, Tourney sees prospects of sending …
At last, after years of toil, Tourney sees prospects of sending his daughter, Constance, to college. He has just struck a paying streak and the investigator from a mining investing company is on his way out to assay the find. When the expert arrives it is a foregone conclusion that he will win the heart of little Constance. Unfortunately he is forced to return to his company and report the mine a poor investment, thus shattering the fond dreams of father and daughter. Moore, the investigator, returns to the city, leaving an aching heart longing for him, and, on his arrival marries Joyce Denton. For a time, they live happily, then, after a short trip for his concern, Moore returns to find his wife in the arms of another man. Knowing that she cannot be happy with him. Moore releases her and she weds her admirer, Ralston. Meanwhile, Tourney has struck it rich and Constance realizes her ambition of going to college. Moore is summoned to the college to give a course of lectures on mining, and meets Constance once more. Moore sees that she is in love with him, and thinking to find happiness at last, marries her. Their child is born, and though he fairly worships the baby, he cannot forget his first wife and wishes that it were hers. When Ralston is drowned, Joyce is fearful of what the future has in store for her, as she will be unable to support herself. Then she thinks of her first husband, and confident of his devotion goes to him. At first sight, Moore is overjoyed at seeing her and embraces her affectionately. She tells him the purpose of her call and he immediately falls in line with her suggestion, but then he remembers his wife and baby, and flinging Joyce from him, returns to them. Years later, Moore is happy with his wife and child, and Joyce as a sister of mercy, has found solace in ministering to the wants of the needy.
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When It Rains, It Pours!
MovieJul 7, 1916

When It Rains, It Pours!

Lonesome in a whole house …
Lonesome in a whole house by himself, Bobby is glad to make the acquaintance of Sue Monroe, his neighbor. Sue's father, however, is not so happy at their friendship and soon lets Bobby know of his dislike for him. That night it rains the proverbial cats and dogs, and when Sue, all tucked up, nice and cozy in bed, hears the wails of her favorite puppy outside the house, she does not hesitate to change her attire, but goes to the rescue of the soggy canine. She rescues the pup all right, but her next problem is to rescue herself, for she has accidentally locked the door. Her father is too busy playing a nasal solo to hear her pitiful appears to open the door, but Bobby soon hears her and hastens to lend his assistance. As father refuses to be disturbed from his slumbers, their only recourse lies in Bobby's house, which haven of refuge they eagerly enter. When they find the house quarantined for smallpox the next morning things look rather gloomy, but the health officer is forced to see his mistake and even the rain abates to allow a happy ending of the picture.
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Sin's Penalty
MovieApr 15, 1916

Sin's Penalty

Sin's Penalty released.
Pansy's Papas
MovieMar 6, 1916

Pansy's Papas

Pansy's Papas released.
1915
A Natural Man
MovieJul 13, 1915

A Natural Man

A Natural Man is a 1915 silent film drama short directed by …
A Natural Man is a 1915 silent film drama short directed by Ulysses Davis and produced by the Vitagraph Company of America. The General Film Company distributed the film. The film is preserved in the Library of Congress collection.
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The Valley of Humiliation
MovieMay 15, 1915

The Valley of Humiliation

By the terms of her …
By the terms of her husband's will, Mrs. Hobart's remarriage to Lawyer Perrine causes her comfortable income to cease automatically, thus leaving her twenty-year-old daughter Rosemary ...
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The Chalice of Courage
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MovieMay 2, 1915

The Chalice of Courage

Fearing James Armstrong, a …
Fearing James Armstrong, a former suitor, Louise Newbold. accompanies her husband William on a trip to the Colorado Rockies. While riding a mountain trail, Louise and her horse fall over a high cliff. Her injuries are so severe that she begs her husband to kill her to end her suffering, and, out of love, he does so. And blames Armstrong for being the instrument that drove Louise to take the dangerous trip. Five years later, Armstrong meets Enid Maitland and falls in love with her, and they go on a camping trip with several acquaintances. While out fishing, Enid is caught in a sudden violent storm and is rescued by a mountain-man...William Newbold who has become a recluse. But the snow is imprisons them in his camp for the winter. The spring thaw brings Armstrong and others searching for Enid, and Newbold recognizes Armstrong as his old enemy.
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1914
Captain Alvarez
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MovieMay 18, 1914

Captain Alvarez

Robert Wainwright, arriving in the Argentine Republic to look …
Robert Wainwright, arriving in the Argentine Republic to look after his father's business, finds himself in a hotbed of revolution. Stopping at the home of Don Arana, foreign minister to Rosas, the tyrant, he meets and falls in love with Bonita, Don Arana's niece. Bonita favors the rebels and through Wainwright's love for her, wins him to their cause. He communicates with General Urguiza, the rebel leader, but the messenger is intercepted by Tirzo, Rosas' spy. As Tirzo also aspires to the hand of Bonita, he schemes to get Wainwright out of the way, and insinuatingly suggests that he leave the country at once. Wainwright arranges for passage on the first ship leaving for the north, but contrives to escape, after the vessel leaves port. He returns to Don Arana's home, meets Bonita and acquaints her with his plan to join the rebels. She makes him a present of Mephisto, a wonderful horse, and suggests he change his name to Alvarez. Wainwright, now a rebel under the name of Captain Alvarez, so distinguishes himself that he becomes the scourge of the Federals. He is commissioned by General Urguiza to get in communication with Don Arana, who is secretly in sympathy with the rebels, and arrange for the capture of a convoy of a million in currency dispatched to the Federal forces. Captain Alvarez and Don Arana are arranging for the delivery of the convoy when the house is surrounded by the Federals through the work of Tirzo. Captain Alvarez is captured and led off a prisoner. Tirzo remains and promises Bonita to save Alvarez's life is she will marry him. She is about to consent when word comes that the prisoner has escaped. Alvarez returns to Bonita's home, fearful that harm has befallen her, and promises to return again at midnight to make sure of her further safety. Alvarez returns to his command, and captures the million in currency and is on his way to keep his midnight appointment with his sweetheart, when he hears Tirzo plotting with a band of gypsies to kidnap Bonita. Alvarez arrives at Don Arana's first, waits for Tirzo, who comes alone, and in a fight kills the spy whose body is carried off by the gypsies. A band of Federals intercept them, recognize Tirzo, and rush to Don Arana's house, where they capture Alvarez, and he is to be shot at sunrise. In the meantime the Federals are defeated and Rosas, the tyrant, flees for his life. Alvarez, by a trick, induces the Federals guarding him to flee. The rebel forces arrive opportunely, and all ends happily in a picture emblematic of the birth of a new republic.
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Quantrell's Son
MovieJan 19, 1914

Quantrell's Son

The famous guerrilla chief, Quantrell, disowns his son …
The famous guerrilla chief, Quantrell, disowns his son five years before the opening of the Civil War, because he has married against his wishes. Five years later, Quantrell is the leader of a band of Confederate guerrillas, while his son is a private on the Union side. Continued escapes exasperate the guerrilla chief and he swears that the next time a prisoner gets away he will hold the guard responsible. The son receives word from his wife that the baby is not to live long and that she wants him to get a furlough and come home. He applies for one but it is denied him. Soon after this, he is captured by his father's men, escapes and although he is shot, gets away to his home. Old Quantrell, not knowing who the escaped Union soldier is, goes after the prisoner himself, saying that if he succeeds in bringing back the prisoner the guard must die for his carelessness. The father traces the soldier to his home, finds out that he is his son, and after a struggle decides to make him a prisoner, even though his beautiful young wife pleads with him to spare her husband and his own son. Quantrell is turning to call in his men and tell them where the soldier is hiding, when he comes face to face with the baby in the crib, quickly placed before him by his son's young wife. His heart warms up when he sees the little infant. After kissing the baby and caressing it tenderly, he goes slowly out of the house. Riding away with his men he tells them that he did not find the fugitive. The mother and wife rejoices and goes to her husband in the next room, taking the baby with her. The young soldier's wound is not serious, and does not prevent him from taking part in their mutual happiness, while Old Quantrell rides away.
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1912
Why Tightwad Tips
MovieDec 30, 1912

Why Tightwad Tips

Tightwad decides that tipping is a nuisance and he proceeds to …
Tightwad decides that tipping is a nuisance and he proceeds to inaugurate an anti-tipping crusade by setting a noble example. The former recipients of tips spread the news, and Tightwad has the time of his life. Starved at cafés, ignored in barber shops and made generally miserable, he is obliged to go back to the old order of things.
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A California Snipe Hunt
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MovieDec 6, 1912

A California Snipe Hunt

Hattie, the village belle, has …
Hattie, the village belle, has many admirers to whom she offers little encouragement. Rube, a country boy, arrives in town and secures a position in the grocery store, where his gallantry and salesmanship win Hattie's heart. Consumed with jealousy the boys determine to humble Rube. They invite the gullible youth to accompany them on a snipe hunt. When they reach a lonely spot Rube is given a sack to hold and is informed by the boys that they will go out and drive in the snipes. The boys, however, go home and Rube waits all night in vain. Next morning Hattie decides to invite Rube to a "picnic for two" and she prepares a fine lunch. As she approaches the village she discovers the plight of the grocery clerk. Hattie explains to Rube that he has been made the victim of a deep laid plot and they proceed to enjoy the lunch. When the boys return to have the laugh on Rube they find to their amazement that they have merely promoted his love affair.
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1908
LeRoy Lederer
Child1908

LeRoy Lederer

LeRoy Lederer born.
1886
Otto Lederer
BirthApril 1886

Otto Lederer

Otto Lederer was born.
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