Hughie Mack

Hughie Mack (November 26, 1884 – October 13, 1927) was an American actor of the silent era.wikipedia
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C.O.D. (1914 film)

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C.O. Darlington (Harry Davenport), C.O. Drudge (Hughie Mack) and C.O. Dusenberry (Charles Brown) each feign an illness to their wives and instead go on vacation together.

Greed (1924 film)

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Other actors in Stroheim's Stock Company included Sidney Bracey, Mae Busch, George Fawcett, Maude George, Hughie Mack and George Nichols.

A Woman's Faith

The film stars Alma Rubens, Percy Marmont, Jean Hersholt, ZaSu Pitts, Hughie Mack and Cesare Gravina.

Silent film

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Hughie Mack (November 26, 1884 – October 13, 1927) was an American actor of the silent era.

Brooklyn

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He was born in Brooklyn, New York and died in Santa Monica, California.

Santa Monica, California

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He was born in Brooklyn, New York and died in Santa Monica, California.

Bringing Up Father

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Larry Semon

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After signing with Vitagraph, Semon worked behind the scenes as a scenario writer, director, and film producer for actor Hughie Mack's films.

Dorothy Kelly

She continued to make 70 films with Vitagraph and during these years she played opposite almost all of the Vitagraph comedians, including John Bunny and his successor Hughie Mack, as well as child star Bobby Connelly.

Frederic Chapin

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Tefft Johnson directed a film version of C.O.D. in 1914 with Harry Davenport, Hughie Mack, and Charles Brown in the title roles (men with the initials, C.O.D.).

Going Up (musical)

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It starred Douglas MacLean, Hallam Cooley, Francis McDonald, Hughie Mack and Marjorie Daw.