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1880 - 1949
The actor Langhorne Burton made his film debut in 1914 and he was able to establish a respectable film career.
To his first movies belong "Turtle Doves" (14), "The King's Minister" (14), "The Treasure of Heaven" (16) with Janet Alexander, "Tom Jones" (17), in which he played the title role at Sybil Arundale's side, "God and the Man" (18) with Joyce Carey and Sybil Arundale and "The Impossible Woman" (19) with Constance Collier.
His last great movies came in the 20s into being, among them "Little Dorrit" (20) with Maud Tree, "A Man's Shadow" (20) with Gladys Mason, "The Temptress" (20) with Yvonne Arnaud, "The Bonnie Brier Bush" (21) with Donald Crisp and Mary Glynne, "Who Is the Man?" (24) with Isobel Elsom and John Gielgud and "Das Geheimnis einer Mutter" (27) - a German production with Paul Richter, Claire Rommer and Adele Sandrock.
When the silent movie era came to an end his film career also diminished.
He only took part in one sound movie called "Cross Roads" (30) with Percy
Marmont and Anne Grey.
Other movies with Langhorne Burton: