Person Details

Birthday: 1893-04-12 16:21:01

Death: 1920-09-05 16:21:01

Aliases: Bobby Harron

Gender: Male

Place of birth: New York City, New York, U.S.

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Movie Involvements: 110

TV Involvements: 0


Most Famous Work

Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Robert "Bobby" Harron (April 12, 1893 – September 5, 1920) was an American motion picture actor of the early silent film era. Although he acted in scores of films, he is possibly best remembered for his roles in the D.W. Griffith directed films Intolerance and The Birth of a Nation. He was also the older brother of film actor John Harron and actress Mary Harron. Description above from the Wikipedia article Robert Harron, licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Most Famous Work

The Birth of a Nation
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6
Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages
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7

Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages

(1916) The Boy (Modern Story)
The Musketeers of Pig Alley
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6

The Musketeers of Pig Alley

(1912) Rival Gang Member / In Alley / At Dance
The Painted Lady
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6

The Painted Lady

(1912) Beau at Ice Cream Festival
True Heart Susie
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7

True Heart Susie

(1919) William Jenkins
Judith of Bethulia
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6

Judith of Bethulia

(1914) Nathan
Home, Sweet Home
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5

Home, Sweet Home

(1914) The Eastener, Robert Winthrop
The Battle at Elderbush Gulch
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6

The Battle at Elderbush Gulch

(1913) The Young Father

Acting

Year Character Movie/Tv
1998 (archive footage)
1919 Jimmie Hilton
The Boy
William Jenkins
James Grey
John L. Logan Jr
1918 Edward Livingston
Jim Young
The Boy - Douglas Gordon Hamilton
1917 Ned Morris
Frank Trent
Jimmie Bates
1916 The Boy (Modern Story)
Larry O'Dea
Jimmie Parker
Jimmie Vance
Henry Gaylord
1915 Tod
1914 Ed, in love with Annie
Uriah Hudson
The Grocery Boy
Bob - Alice's Sweetheart
Joe Belle
Larry Joyce
The Eastener, Robert Winthrop
American lover
Harry Faulkner (Prologue) / Weakhands (The Old Days)
John Andrews, the son
Nathan
1913 The Rugmaker's Daughter's Sweetheart
The Young Father
The Southern Boy
The Adopted Brother
Union Member
The Son
The Messenger
The Farmer's Adopted Son
One of the Son's Friends
Strongheart, a Yaqui Youth
Asylum Guard
The Young Friend
The Son
Jim
Boy Who Gives Directions
The Deputy
The Beloved Son
Gato's Brother
The Desk Clerk
The Father's Favorite Son
The Tender-Hearted Boy
1912 Witness to Accident
In Cavalry
Young Burglar
The Young Man
Youth Outside Church
On Porch
The Southern Boy
Indian
Rival Gang Member / In Alley / At Dance
Beau at Ice Cream Festival
A Brother
The Rival / In Club
N/A
At Stage Door
The Boyfriend
The Great Brother's Friend
Weakhands
Schoolboy
The Murdered Indian's Son
The Young Woman's Brother
A Farmer
The Victim / In Gambling Hall
The Messenger
The Delivery Boy
The Errand Boy
N/A
Bobby
A Settler
At Soda Fountain
1911 Bakery Assistant
A Union soldier (uncredited)
Family Friend
The Boy
On Street / Accident Witness
The Bellboy
In Wagon Train
Bobby
The Old Soldier's Son
On Ship
Enoch's Teenage Son
N/A
Buying Newspapers
N/A
1910 Young Boy
Sweatshop Employee
N/A
Bystander
At Station
1909 Stagehand / Usher
N/A
At the Club
On the Bridge
Outside Company Office
Farmer
N/A
One of the Boys
N/A
N/A
N/A
Messenger
Theatre Usher
On Street
Messenger
Messenger
Theatre Audience
A Messenger
1908 Messenger
Man Leaving Factory
George Wilkinson
Valet
Stock Boy
On Boardwalk
Messenger
Young Man
N/A
Bellboy
Messenger
Sign Changer
Extra in Crowd
Swifty
Year Character Movie/Tv

Directing

Year Role Movie/Tv
1915 Assistant Director
Year Role Movie/Tv

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