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Dale Fuller was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Fuller's career in acting began with his roles in various films like "Borderland" (1922), "Foolish Wives" (1922) and "Manslaughter" (1922). He also appeared in "Souls For Sale" (1923) and the drama "Greed" (1924) with Gibson Gowland. He continued to work steadily in film throughout the twenties, appearing in "Husbands and Lovers" (1924), the comedic adaptation "The Marriage Circle" (1924) with Florence Vidor and the Ramon Novarro historical feature "Ben Hur, A Tale of the Christ" (1925). He also appeared in the Mae Murray adaptation "The Merry Widow" (1925) and "The Cossacks" (1928). During the latter part of his career, he continued to act in the dramatic period piece "The Wedding March" (1928) with Erich von Stroheim, "Emma" (1932) and "The House of Mystery" (1934) with Ed Lowry. He also appeared in the comedy adaptation "Twentieth Century" (1934) with John Barrymore. Fuller more recently worked on "The Real McTeague: A Synthesis of Forms" (PBS, 1992-93).

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