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Also Known As: Leo D. Maloney Died:
Born: January 4, 1888 Cause of Death:
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Leo Maloney was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Maloney's earliest roles were in film, including "The Girl and the Game" (1915) and "The Railroad Raiders" (1917). His film career continued throughout the twenties and the thirties in productions like "Revenge of the Range" (1925), "The Outlaw Express" (1926) and "The Man From Hardpan" (1927). He also appeared in "Two Gun of the Tumbleweed" (1927). Maloney was most recently credited in "Overland Bound" (1930). Maloney passed away in November 1929 at the age of 41.

Leo Maloney was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Maloney's earliest roles were in film, including "The Girl and the Game" (1915) and "The Railroad Raiders" (1917). His film career continued throughout the twenties and the thirties in productions like "Revenge of the Range" (1925), "The Outlaw Express" (1926) and "The Man From Hardpan" (1927). He also appeared in "Two Gun of the Tumbleweed" (1927). Maloney was most recently credited in "Overland Bound" (1930). Maloney passed away in November 1929 at the age of 41.

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DIRECTOR:

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  Overland Bound (1930) Director
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  45 Calibre War (1929) Director
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  The Black Ace (1928) Director
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  The Apache Raider (1928) Director
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  Yellow Contraband (1928) Director
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  The Bronc Stomper (1928) Director
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  The Man From Hardpan (1927) Director
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  Don Desperado (1927) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 Overland Bound (1930) Lucky Lorimer
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 The Apache Raider (1928) "Apache" Bob
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 Yellow Contraband (1928) Leo McMahon/Blackie Harris
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 Border Blackbirds (1927) Bart Evans
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 The Long Loop on the Pecos (1927) Jim Rutledge
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 The Devil's Twin (1927) Honest John Andrews/George Andrews
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 Two-Gun of the Tumbleweed (1927) "Two-Gun" Calder
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 The Man From Hardpan (1927) Robert Alan
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Tony Scott ( 2006-03-17 )

Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever

Born: 1888 San Jose, CA
Died: November 2, 1929 New York, NY
Maloney was owner of the ‘Leo Maloney Studio’ located in the San Bernardino Mountains of Southern California. Several early Westerns were filmed at the studio, which overlooked orange groves and included a small city that housed thirty five permanent residents. The last film he directed and produced, "Overland Bound," was one of the first all talking pictures. Maloney died at the Hotel Astor after eight weeks of drinking. His death was attributed to acute alcoholism.

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