Gender
Male
Born
Sep 19, 1881
Brooklyn, New York, USA
Died
May 02, 1942
Bay Shore, New York, USA
Performer
Relations
Husband of
Edith Barker (1910 - 1928) her death
A Slight Case of Murder (Sep 11, 1935 - Nov 1935)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Clyde Post]
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Merrily We Roll Along (Sep 29, 1934 - Feb 1935)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Harry Nixon]
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Uncle Tom's Cabin (May 29, 1933 - Jun 1933)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Shelby]
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Dinner at Eight (Oct 22, 1932 - May 1933)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Oliver Jordan]
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When the Bough Breaks (Feb 16, 1932 - Mar 1932)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Walker Maitland]
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Five Star Final (Dec 30, 1930 - Jun 1931)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Michael Townsend]
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Many a Slip (Feb 03, 1930 - Mar 1930)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [William Coster]
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Cross Roads (Nov 11, 1929 - Dec 1929)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [David]
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This Thing Called Love (Sep 17, 1928 - Jan 1929)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Harry Bertrand]
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Spread Eagle (Apr 04, 1927 - Jun 1927)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Father Estrella]
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Buy, Buy, Baby (Oct 07, 1926 - Oct 1926)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Carteret Flotten]
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Glory Hallelujah (Apr 06, 1926 - Apr 1926)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Howard]
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Young Blood (Nov 24, 1925 - Jan 23, 1926)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [William Eames, Ph.D.]
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All Dressed Up (Sep 09, 1925 - Sep 1925)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Philip Liscom]
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The Backslapper (Apr 11, 1925 - May 1925)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Dave Kennedy]
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Out of Step (Jan 29, 1925 - Feb 1925)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Fred Rayder]
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Whispering Wires (Aug 07, 1922 - Jun 1923)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [The Trouble Hunter]
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Your Woman and Mine (Feb 27, 1922 - Apr 1922)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Chester Graves]
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Nightie-Night (Sep 09, 1919 - Jan 17, 1920)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Jimmie Blythe]
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The Long Dash (Nov 05, 1918 - Dec 1918)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan
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Information Please (Oct 02, 1918 - Nov 1918)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Ralph Morse]
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Yes or No (Dec 21, 1917 - Apr 1918)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan
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The Pawn (Sep 08, 1917 - Sep 1917)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan
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Just Herself (Dec 23, 1914 - Jan 1915)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan
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What Happened at 22 (Aug 21, 1914 - Sep 1914)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan
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The Fight (Sep 02, 1913 - Nov 1913)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan
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Discovering America (Sep 07, 1912 - Sep 21, 1912)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan
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The Talker (Jan 08, 1912 - May 1912)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan
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Mrs. Bumpstead-Leigh (Apr 03, 1911 - May 1911)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Geoffrey Rawson]
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Our World (Feb 06, 1911 - Feb 1911)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan
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The Movers (Sep 03, 1907 - Sep 1907)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan
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Lincoln (Mar 26, 1906 - Apr 1906)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan
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Rip Van Winkle (Sep 09, 1905 - Sep 1905)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Heindrich Vedder]
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The Triumph of Love (Feb 08, 1904 - Feb 08, 1904)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan
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King Henry V (Oct 03, 1900 - Nov 1900)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan [Duke of Bedford]
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Cyrano de Bergerac (Nov 20, 1899 - Jan 13, 1900)
  • Performer: Malcolm Duncan
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