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George Barnes (V) (1880–1951)


George Barnes was born on January 29, 1880 in Missouri, USA as George Freeman Barnes. He was an actor, known for Cardinal Richelieu's Ward (1914), Hypnotized (1910) and What Might Have Been (1913). He died on July 20, 1951 in Palm Beach, Florida, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Hypnotized Actor
(1910)
What Might Have Been The Police Lieutenant
(1913)
Coals of Fire Gary - a Storekeeper
(1914)

Filmography

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 1916 Ain't He Grand? (Short)
Grip Hoaley
 1915 Con, the Car Conductor (Short)
Stockholder
 1915 Old Jane of the Gaiety (Short)
 1914 The Cat's Paw (Short)
Abdul
 1914 Coals of Fire (Short)
Gary - a Storekeeper
 1914 Mrs. Pinkhurst's Proxy (Short)
The Village Constable
 1913 What Might Have Been (Short)
The Police Lieutenant
 1913 The Protectory's Oldest Boy (Short)
The Protectory's Oldest Boy as an Adult
 1910 Hypnotized (Short)
 1910 Pocahontas (Short)
Captain John Smith
 1903 The Great Train Robbery (Short) (uncredited)
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Trivia:

Noted for being the actor, who, playing an outlaw, fires his gun directly at the audience in the close-up final scene of The Great Train Robbery (1903).

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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