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Theodore Wharton (1875–1931)

Born on 12 April 1875 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Theodore Wharton was the younger brother of Leopold Wharton, who was also a film director. In 1890 Wharton started in both the business side of the theater as well as acting in Dallas, Texas. From 1907 until 1909 Wharton worked at the Edison Studios. During the following three years he wrote and ... See full bio »

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 1919 The Red Peril
 1917 The Crusher
 1917 Patria (episodes 1-10)
 1916 Hazel Kirke
 1916 The City
 1916 Lord Southpaugh (Short)
 1915 The Missing Heir (Short)
 1915 Buying a Bank with Bunk (Short)
 1915 A Stony Deal (Short)
 1915 Apples and Eggbeaters (Short)
 1915 Detective Blackie (Short)
 1915 A Bang Sun Engine (Short)
 1915 A Trap for Trapp (Short)
 1915 The Lilac Splash (Short)
 1915 The Master Stroke (Short)
 1915 A Rheumatic Joint (Short)
 1915 Three Rings and a Goat (Short)
 1915 The Bungalow Bungle (Short)
 1914 The Stolen Birthright (Short)
 1914 The Fireman & the Girl (Short)
 1913 Little Ned
 1913 The Love Lute of Romany (Short)
 1913 Dear Old Girl (Short)
 1913 Tony, the Fiddler (Short)
 1913/II For Old Time's Sake (Short)
 1913 Sunlight (Short)
 1913 The Power of Conscience (Short)
 1913 Tapped Wires (Short)
 1913 A Brother's Loyalty (Short)
 1913 Into the North (Short)
 1913 The Hero Coward (Short)
 1912 The Virtue of Rags (Short)
 1912 Football Days at Cornell (Documentary short)
 1912 From the Submerged (Short)
 1912 Sunshine (Short) (as T.W. Wharton)
 1912 The Snare (Short)
 1912/I The End of the Feud (Short)
 1912 Neptune's Daughter (Short)
 1912 The Voice of Conscience (Short)
 1912 The Magic Wand (Short)
 1910 The Maid of Niagara (Short)
 1910 The Other Way (Short)
 1910 A Gambler's End (Short)
 1910 The Motor Fiend (Short)
 1910 A Summer Flirtation (Short)
 1910 The Hoodoo (Short)
 1910 A Simple Mistake (Short)
 1910 An Arizona Romance (Short)
 1910 The Appeal of the Prairie (Short)
 1910 The Gambler's Wife (Short)
 1910 Advertising for a Wife (Short)
 1910 Her Photograph (Short)
 1910 The Champion of the Race (Short)
 1910 The Great Train Hold Up (Short)
 1910 The Girl from Arizona (Short)
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Alternate Names:

T.W. Wharton | Ted Wharton | Theodore W. Wharton

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Co-founded (with brother Leopold Wharton) Wharton, Inc., a film production company in Ithaca, NY, in April 1914.


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