Tefft Johnson

William Tefft Johnson, Jr. (September 23, 1883 – October 15, 1956), better known as Tefft Johnson, was an American stage and film actor, and film director and screenwriter.wikipedia
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Love's Law

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United States

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William Tefft Johnson, Jr. (September 23, 1883 – October 15, 1956), better known as Tefft Johnson, was an American stage and film actor, and film director and screenwriter.

Washington, D.C.

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Johnson was born in Washington, D.C., on September 23, 1883, to William Tefft Johnson and his wife, Anne Wheeler Johnson.

Cooperstown, New York

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His father was a soldier and chaplain who was born in Cooperstown, New York in 1834.

American Civil War

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His father served in the Union Army during the American Civil War, and was wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville.

Battle of Chancellorsville

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His father served in the Union Army during the American Civil War, and was wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville.

Court of equity

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Johnson sued in 1927 to receive one-third of the estate, but a court of equity denied his claim in 1930.

Edison Studios

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After a long career on the stage, he joined the Edison Studios film company.

Vitagraph Studios

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He moved to the Vitagraph Company in 1911.

1911 in film

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He played in Vitagraph's 1911 version of Vanity Fair with John Bunny, Leo Delaney, Rose Tapley and Helen Gardner.

John Bunny

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He played in Vitagraph's 1911 version of Vanity Fair with John Bunny, Leo Delaney, Rose Tapley and Helen Gardner.

Rose Tapley

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He played in Vitagraph's 1911 version of Vanity Fair with John Bunny, Leo Delaney, Rose Tapley and Helen Gardner.

Helen Gardner (actress)

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He played in Vitagraph's 1911 version of Vanity Fair with John Bunny, Leo Delaney, Rose Tapley and Helen Gardner.

Thomas Wolsey

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In 1912 he appeared in the film Henry VIII as Cardinal Thomas Wolsey with co-stars Clara Kimball Young, Julia Swayne Gordon, and Hal Reid.

Clara Kimball Young

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In 1912 he appeared in the film Henry VIII as Cardinal Thomas Wolsey with co-stars Clara Kimball Young, Julia Swayne Gordon, and Hal Reid.

Julia Swayne Gordon

In 1912 he appeared in the film Henry VIII as Cardinal Thomas Wolsey with co-stars Clara Kimball Young, Julia Swayne Gordon, and Hal Reid.

George Washington

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In 1932, he posed as George Washington for two artistic efforts.