Arthur White

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Arthur White (born September 11, 1881 in England, † September 27, 1924 in Los Angeles ) was an American actor.


His career began in 1903 with the film Life of an American Fireman , it was one of the oldest American films with a continuous storyline. Directed by George S. Fleming and Edwin S. Porter . In the same year he worked as a production assistant on the shooting of the film Uncle Tom's Cabin , where he worked again with Edwin S. Porter.

In 1910 he worked in the films Take Me Out to the Ball Game and A Westerner's Way in a supporting role. In 1913 he played the role of Dr. Slammer in The Pickwick Papers and The Adventure of the Shooting Party .

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