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Alfred Swenson (1879–1941)

Alfred Swenson was born on October 15, 1879 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. He was an actor, known for Hypocrisy (1916), Strife (1917) and The Great Power (1929). He was married to Lorle Palmer. He died on March 28, 1941 in Staten Island, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Hypocrisy Warren Presby
Strife Actor
The Great Power Dist. Atty. Crane
When Love Leads David Morden


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 1929 The Great Power
Dist. Atty. Crane
 1917 Strife
 1917 Mixed Nuts (Short)
A. Wall Nut
 1916 Hypocrisy
Warren Presby
 1915 A Railroad Holdup (Short)
 1915 A Mother's Awakening (Short)
 1915 Light Fingered Syd (Short)
 1915 When You and I Were Young (Short)
 1915 Syd and His Sweethearts (Short)
 1912 When Love Leads (Short)
David Morden (as Albert Swanson)
 1912 Betty and the Roses (Short)
Tom White (as Al Swenson)

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Albert Swanson | Alfred G. Swenson | Al Swenson

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