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Also Known As: Died: November 22, 1916
Born: January 12, 1876 Cause of Death: uremia
Birth Place: San Francisco, California, USA Profession:

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Jack London worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. London worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Conflict" (1936), "Queen of the Yukon" (1940) and "The Abysmal Brute" (1923). He also contributed to "The Call of the Wild" (1923), "The Sea Wolf" (1930) starring Milton Sills and "White Fang" (1925). London was also credited in "Sign of the Wolf" (1941), "The Fighter" (1952) and "The Assassination Bureau" (1969). He also was recognized in "Der Schrel der Schwarzen Woelfe" with Ron Ely (1972), "Call of the Wild" with Charlton Heston (1975) and "Animal Talk" (CBS, 1979-1980). London was most recently credited in the dramatic adaptation "Call of the Wild 3-D" (2009) with Christopher Lloyd. London passed away in November 1916 at the age of 40.

Jack London worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. London worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Conflict" (1936), "Queen of the Yukon" (1940) and "The Abysmal Brute" (1923). He also contributed to "The Call of the Wild" (1923), "The Sea Wolf" (1930) starring Milton Sills and "White Fang" (1925). London was also credited in "Sign of the Wolf" (1941), "The Fighter" (1952) and "The Assassination Bureau" (1969). He also was recognized in "Der Schrel der Schwarzen Woelfe" with Ron Ely (1972), "Call of the Wild" with Charlton Heston (1975) and "Animal Talk" (CBS, 1979-1980). London was most recently credited in the dramatic adaptation "Call of the Wild 3-D" (2009) with Christopher Lloyd. London passed away in November 1916 at the age of 40.

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