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Also Known As: William J. Worthington Died:
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DIRECTOR:

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  Beauty and the Bad Man (1925) Director
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  The Girl on the Stairs (1924) Director
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  Kindled Courage (1923) Director
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  Fashionable Fakers (1923) Director
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  The Bolted Door (1923) Director
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  Out of the Silent North (1922) Director
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  Afraid To Fight (1922) Director
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  Tracked to Earth (1922) Director
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  The Beautiful Gambler (1921) Director
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  Dr. Jim (1921) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 Blossoms in the Dust (1941) Councilman
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 Law and Order (1940) Judge Williams
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 First Offenders (1939) Judge
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 The Forgotten Woman (1939) Doctor
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 6,000 Enemies (1939) Frank Jordan
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 Rio (1939) American banker
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 Hawaiian Nights (1939) Man in hotel lobby
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 Espionage Agent (1939) Instructor
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 Union Pacific (1939) Oliver Ames
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Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever

Born: April 8, 1872 Troy, NY
Died: April 9, 1941 Beverly Hills, CA
A stage actor and producer, William along with Sessue Hayakawa founded the Haywoth Film Company. He also organized and served as president of the Multicolor Film Company. Worthington and actor Herbert Rowlinson appeared in the 1915 film "Damon and Pythias" which was the first film completed on the new Universal Pictures lot.

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