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Sam De Grasse
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Carlyle Blackwell
(Movies & TV)
Douglas Fairbanks
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Colleen Moore
(Movies & TV)
Carol Dempster
(Movies & TV)
Gary Cooper
(Movies & TV)
World War I
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Harold Lockwood

Knowledge Identifier: +Harold_Lockwood

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Harold Lockwood

American silent film actor and one of the most popular matinee idols of the early film period during the 1910s add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1887.

Countries: United States (85%), Canada (8%), Europe (8%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Sam De Grasse, Carlyle Blackwell, Douglas Fairbanks

Linked to: Famous Players Film Company, New York Motion Picture Company, Selig Polyscope Company

 

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Harold Lockwood was born in 1887 add something

 

"'Harold A. Lockwood"' was an American silent film actor and one of the most popular matinee idols of the early film period during the 1910s add something


1910

John Waters (1934 Academy Award winner) - Only a few of his assistant director credits from the 1910s have been recorded, with vehicles for Carlyle Blackwell and Harold Lockwood listed among the earliest titles


1916

Lockwood was among the all-star ensemble cast of the 1916 D.W. Griffith directed classic "Intolerance" which included Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, Mae Marsh, Douglas Fairbanks, Sam De Grasse, Wallace Reid, Mildred Harris and Carol Dempster add something


1917

Virginia Rappe - In early 1917 she was hired by director Fred Balshofer and given a prominent role in his "Paradise Garden" opposite popular screen star Harold Lockwood


Harold Lockwood died in 1918 add something

 

Lockwood died on October 19, 1918 after contracting the Spanish influenza virus add something


1920

May Allison - Allison continued to act in films throughout the 1920s, although she never received the same amount of public acclaim as when she starred opposite Harold Lockwood


1928

Amongst his earliest credits is the 1928 World War I film "Lilac Time" starring Colleen Moore and Gary Cooper add something