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Also Known As: George Ford Stitch Died: October 13, 1939
Born: November 3, 1883 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA Profession: actor

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DIRECTOR:

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  Oh, Mabel Behave (1922) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 Black Sheep (1935) Mather
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 Behind the Green Lights (1935) Max Schultz
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 The Headline Woman (1935) Hugo Meyer
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 Alice in Wonderland (1933) White King
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 Her Majesty Love (1931) Otmar
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 Spring Is Here (1930) Peter Braley
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 Bride of the Regiment (1930) Tangy, silhouette cutter
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 Kismet (1930) Amru
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 The Fall of Eve (1929) Mr. Mack
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 The Girl in the Show (1929) Ed Bondell
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Tony Scott ( 2006-03-14 )

Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever

Ford left home in his teens to join a circus which featured him as ‘Keno, the Boy Clown.’ Ford was in several Mack Sennett comedies often playing slapstick, however his activity was later limited when he lost his leg in an accident. Married to actress Teddy Sampson, Sterling died of a heart attack.

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