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John Steppling was a prolific actor who created a name for himself largely on the big screen. Steppling started his acting career landing roles in such films as "Extra! Extra!" (1922), "Too Much Business" (1922) and "Bell Boy 13" (1923). He also appeared in "Going Up" (1923). He kept working in film throughout the twenties, starring in "California Straight Ahead" (1925), "Soft Shoes" (1925) and "By Whose Hand?" (1927). He also appeared in "California Or Bust" (1927). Steppling was most recently credited in "Chthonic" (2004). Steppling passed away in April 1932 at the age of 62.

John Steppling was a prolific actor who created a name for himself largely on the big screen. Steppling started his acting career landing roles in such films as "Extra! Extra!" (1922), "Too Much Business" (1922) and "Bell Boy 13" (1923). He also appeared in "Going Up" (1923). He kept working in film throughout the twenties, starring in "California Straight Ahead" (1925), "Soft Shoes" (1925) and "By Whose Hand?" (1927). He also appeared in "California Or Bust" (1927). Steppling was most recently credited in "Chthonic" (2004). Steppling passed away in April 1932 at the age of 62.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Broken Lullaby (1932)
2.
 Their Hour (1928) Peggy's father
3.
 Her Father Said No (1927) John Hamilton
4.
 The Gay Old Bird (1927) Uncle
5.
 By Whose Hand? (1927) Claridge
6.
 God's Great Wilderness (1927) Noah Goodheart
7.
 Wedding Bill$ (1927) District Attorney
8.
 California or Bust (1927) President Holtwood
9.
 Collegiate (1926) Mr. Steele
10.
 The Better Man (1926) Phineas Ward
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