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Gaston Mervale (1882–1934)

Gaston Mervale was born in 1882 in Australia. He was a director and actor, known for Conn, the Shaughraun (1912), Hands Across the Sea (1912) and The Ticket of Leave Man (1912). He died on December 24, 1934 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1928 The Far Paradise
James Carson
 1928 The Russell Affair
Arthur White
 1914 Warfare in the Skies (Short)
Count Zurich
 1914 Dope
Mr. Binkley
 1914 Where the Heart Calls (Short)
Edwin Drake
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Consequences. Written by H.F. Rubinstein. Comedy Theatre: 1 Oct 1914- Nov 1914 (closing date unknown/36 performances). Cast: Horace Braham (Broadway debut), Elliott Dexter, Hubert Druce, Winifred Harris (Broadway debut), Fania Marinoff, Gaston Mervale [final Broadway role], Leonard Mudie, Saba Raleigh, Mary Servoss. Produced by... See more »

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