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Bryant Washburn

Born 28 April 1889 in Chicago, Illinois, USA, as Franklin Bryant Washburn III
Died 30 April 1963 in Hollywood, California, USA.

Married actress Mabel Forrest, 3 July, 1914; son Bryant Washburn Jr., born 12 October 1915; son Dwight Washburn; divorced.
Married actress Virginia Vance, 1929; daughter, born October 1930; until Virginia’s death, 13 October 1942.

Bryant Washburn worked for Essanay Film Manufacturing Company in 1911-1917; Anderson-Brunton Company in 1918-1919; Famous Players-Lasky Corporation in 1918-1920 and 1926; Goldwyn Pictures Corporation in 1922; Metro Pictures Corporation in 1922; Screenplays Productions in 1922; Preferred Pictures Corporation in 1922; Bryant Washburn Productions in 1923; C.B.C. Film Sales Corporation in 1923; Columbia Pictures Corporation in 1923; Principal Pictures Corporation in 1923; Selznick Pictures Corporation in 1923; Fox Film Corporation in 1924-1925; Banner Productions, Incorporated, in 1925; B.P. Schulberg Productions in 1925; Chadwick Pictures Corporation in 1925; Encore Productions in 1926; Sanford Productions in 1926; DeMille Pictures Corporation in 1926-1927; Constance Talmadge Film Company in 1927; Sunset Productions in 1927; Universal Pictures Corporation in 1927-1928; and Hal Roach Studios, Incorporated, in 1929.

References: Website-IMDb.

 
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