Lloyd Lonergan

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Author, Director, Editor, Actor - USA
Born March 3, 1870 in Chicago, Illinois, USA
Died April 6, 1937 in New York, USA
Other names or known as : Lloyd F. Lonergan,

Mini-Biography:
Lloyd Lonergan was born under the given name Lloyd F. Lonergan on March 3, 1870 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He was an American Author, Director, Editor, Actor, known for Joseph in the Land of Egypt (1914), Under Two Flags (1912), A Winter's Tale (1910), Lloyd Lonergan's first movie on record is from 1910. Lloyd Lonergan died on April 6, 1937 in New York, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1921.

Lloyd Lonergan Filmography [Auszug]
1921: [06.18] The Rich Slave (Story), Directed by Romaine Fielding, with , Romaine Fielding, Joseph W. Smiley,
1920: [04.00] (Scenario), Directed by Burton L. King,
1917: [10.24] The Heart of Ezra Greer (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Émile Chautard, with , Leila Frost, ,
1917: [09.23] Under False Colors (Story), Directed by Émile Chautard, with , Jeanne Eagels, Robert Vaughn,
1917: [09.09] The Man Without a Country (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Ernest C. Warde, with Florence LaBadie, Holmes Herbert, John H. Gilmour,
1917: [07.01] The Woman in White (The Unfortunate Marriage) (Scenario), Directed by Ernest C. Warde, with Florence LaBadie, Richard Neill, Gertrude Dallas,
1917: [03.04] Her Beloved Enemy (Scenario), Directed by Ernest C. Warde, with Doris Grey, Wayne Arey, John H. Gilmour,
1917: [02.04] A Modern Monte Cristo (Eye for an Eye, Buried Treasure (Working title), His Enemy's Daughter, The Enemy's Daughter) (Scenario), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Vincent Serrano, , Thomas A. Curran,
1916: [06.10] Where Wives Win (Scenario: (scenario) (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by N. N., with Carey L. Hastings, Joseph Phillips, Reenie Farrington,
1916: [06.01] Other People's Money (Scenario), Directed by William Parke, with Gladys Hulette, Fraunie Fraunholz, John H. Gilmour,
1916: [05.23] For Uncle Sam's Navy (Scenario), Directed by N. N., with Edwin Stanley, Kathryn Adams, John Lehnberg,
1916: [05.20] Steven's Sweet Sisters (Scenario), Directed by N. N., with , Frances Keyes, Doris Grey,
1916: [05.09] When She Played Broadway (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan) ), Directed by N. N., with Gladys Hulette, Howard M. Mitchell, ,
1916: [05.08] The Kiddies' Kaptain Kid (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Anders van Haden, with , Walter Hiers, Leland Benham,
1916: [04.24] Dad's Darling Daughters (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Anders van Haden, with , Violet White, Walter Hiers,
1916: [04.18] The Girl from Chicago (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan) ), Directed by N. N., with Gladys Hulette, George Marlo, John H. Gilmour,
1916: [04.17] The Sailor's Smiling Spirit (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Anders van Haden, with Walter Hiers, Gladys Dore, ,
1916: [04.08] The Traffic Cop (Scenario), Directed by Howard M. Mitchell, with Gladys Hulette, Howard M. Mitchell, Ernest Howard,
1916: [04.08] The Professor's Peculiar Precautions (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Anders van Haden, with , Walter Hiers, Billy Noel,
1916: [04.03] Ruining Randall's Reputation (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Anders van Haden, with , Gladys Dore, Walter Hiers,
1916: [03.28] Paul's Political Pull (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Anders van Haden, with Walter Hiers, , Norman Hacker,
1916: [03.21] Pansy Post, Protean Player (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan) ), Directed by Arthur Ellery, with Frances Keyes, , Edith Diestel,
1916: [03.16] Rupert's Rube Relation (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan) ), Directed by Anders van Haden, with , Walter Hiers, ,
1916: [03.14] Theodore's Terrible Thirst (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Anders van Haden, with , , Walter Hiers,
1916: [03.09] Ambitious Awkward Andy (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Anders van Haden, with , Walter Hiers,
1916: [03.08] The Cruise of Fate (Scenario), Directed by Ernest C. Warde, with , Thomas A. Curran, ,
1916: [03.02] Maud Muller Modernized (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan) ), Directed by Anders van Haden, with , ,
1916: [03.01] What Doris Did (Scenario), Directed by George Foster Platt, with Doris Grey, Florence LaBadie, Gladys Hulette,
1916: [02.17] Perkins' Peace Party (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan) ), Directed by Anders van Haden, with Walter Hiers, , ,
1916: [02.10] Snow Storm and Sunshine (Cast: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Anders van Haden, with , Walter Hiers,
1916: [01.25] Lucky Larry's Lady Love (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by N. N., with , , ,
1916: [01.20] The Five Faults of Flo (Scenario), Directed by George Foster Platt, with Florence LaBadie, Harris Gordon, Samuel N. Niblack,
1916: [01.20] Pete's Persian Princess (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan) ), Directed by N. N., with Claude Cooper, Ethel Jewett, ,
1916: [01.18] Grace's Gorgeous Gowns (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by N. N., with , , Bert Delaney,
1916: [01.03] The Optimistic Oriental Occults (Scenario), Directed by Anders van Haden, with , Thanhouser Film Corporation, Frances Keyes,
1915: [12.27] Una's Useful Uncle (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by N. N., with , Charles Emerson, ,
1915: [09.30] The Price of Her Silence (Scenario), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Florence LaBadie, Mignon Anderson, ,
1915: [08.13] Gussie, the Graceful Lifeguard (Scenario), Directed by Arthur Ellery, with Peggy Burke, Georges Renavent, Hal Clarendon,
1915: [08.03] When the Fleet Sailed (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan) ), Directed by Frederick Sullivan, with Harry Benham, Florence LaBadie, Peggy Burke,
1915: [07.09] Madame Blanche, Beauty Doctor (Scenario), Directed by Arthur Ellery, with Harry Benham, , Mignon Anderson,
1915: [05.14] Ferdy Fink's Flirtations (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Arthur Ellery, with ,
1915: [01.19] Graft vs. Love (Scenario), Directed by N. N., with Florence LaBadie, Sidney Bracey, Harry Benham,
1914: [08.25] A Conscience (Scenario), Directed by N. N., with Irving Cummings, Mignon Anderson, ,
1914: [07.28] The Messenger of Death (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan) ), Directed by N. N., with , Mignon Anderson, Irving Cummings,
1914: [] An Elusive Diamond (Scenario), Directed by N. N., with David Thompson, Carey L. Hastings, Mignon Anderson,
1914: [06.22] The Million Dollar Mystery (Scenario), Directed by Howell Hansel, with Florence LaBadie, Marguerite Snow, James Cruze,
1914: [05.12] The Mohammedan's Conspiracy (Scenario), Directed by Frederick Sullivan, with James Cruze, Florence LaBadie, David Thompson,
1914: [05.05] A Woman's Loyalty (Scenario), Directed by Howell Hansel, with Harry Benham, Marguerite Snow, Adele Ray,
1914: [04.07] A Debut in the Secret Service (Scenario), Directed by Frederick Sullivan, with James Cruze, Florence LaBadie, ,
1914: [03.17] The Cat's Paw (Scenario), Directed by Frederick Sullivan, with James Cruze, Florence LaBadie, George Barnes,
1914: [03.01] Cardinal Richelieu's Ward (Scenario: as Lloyd F. Lonergan ), Directed by Eugene Moore, with James Cruze, Florence LaBadie, J. Morris Foster,
1914: [02.24] The Golden Cross (Scenario), Directed by N. N., with Maude Fealy, Charles Horan, Mignon Anderson,
1914: [02.17] A Leak in the Foreign Office (Scenario), Directed by Frederick Sullivan, with James Cruze, Justus D. Barnes, David Thompson,
1914: [02.06] The Success of Selfishness (Scenario), Directed by N. N., with Florence LaBadie, Sidney Bracey, N.Z. Wood,
1914: [02.03] Twins and a Stepmother (Scenario), Directed by N. N., with Madeline Fairbanks, Marion Fairbanks, Florence LaBadie,
1914: [02.01] Joseph in the Land of Egypt (Joseph and His Brethren (Working title), Joseph, Son of Jacob (Working title)) (Scenario), Directed by Eugene Moore, with James Cruze, Marguerite Snow, ,
1914: [01.25] The Elevator Man (Scenario), Directed by N. N., with , Florence LaBadie, Harry Benham,
1914: [01.18] Turkey Trot Town (Scenario), Directed by N. N., with M. Perry Horton, Florence LaBadie, Helen Badgley,
1914: [01.13] Adrift in a Great City (Scenario), Directed by N. N., with Florence LaBadie, Sidney Bracey, ,
1914: [01.01] Frou Frou (Scenario: Lloyd Lonergan), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Maude Fealy, Harry Benham, Phyllis Bostwick,
1913: [12.23] Orphan's Romance (Scenario: Lloyd Lonergan), Directed by N. N., with Maude Fealy, Sidney Bracey, Carey L. Hastings,
1913: [12.05] What Might Have Been (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan) ), Directed by N. N., with , Ethyle Cooke, Harry Benham,
1913: [12.01] The Legend of Provence (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan) ), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Maude Fealy, James Cruze, Lila Chester,
1913: [11.30] The Henpecked Hod Carrier (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan) ), Directed by N. N., with , Carey L. Hastings, ,
1913: [11.28] Curfew Shall Not Ring Tonight (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by N. N., with Florence LaBadie, William Russell, ,
1913: [11.13] The Children's Hour (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Harry Benham, Lila Chester, Madeline Fairbanks,
1913: [11.07] Little Brother (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by N. N., with William Russell, Florence LaBadie, Leland Benham,
1913: [11.02] The Water Cure (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by N. N., with Florence LaBadie, Harry Benham, William Russell,
1913: [10.31] A Twentieth Century Farmer (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by N. N., with William Russell, Florence LaBadie, Sidney Bracey,
1913: [10.24] The Old Folks at Home (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by N. N., with , Carey L. Hastings, Mignon Anderson,
1913: [10.21] The Mystery of the Haunted Hotel (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Carl Gregory, with William Russell, Florence LaBadie, Harry Benham,
1913: [10.14] The Plot Against the Governor (Scenario: as Lloyd F. Lonergan ), Directed by Thomas N. Heffron, with James Cruze, Mignon Anderson, ,
1913: [10.12] A Deep Sea Liar (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Carl Gregory, with William Russell, Florence LaBadie, Ethyle Cooke,
1913: [10.07] Louie, the Life Saver (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Carl Gregory, with Harry Benham, Florence LaBadie,
1913: [09.30] Life's Pathway (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Thomas N. Heffron, with Madeline Fairbanks, Marion Fairbanks, Florence LaBadie,
1913: [09.28] The Farmer's Daughters (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by N. N., with Muriel Ostriche, Jean Darnell, Billy Noel,
1913: [09.26] The Official Goat Protector (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan) ), Directed by N. N., with , ,
1913: [09.23] An Unfair Exchange (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan) ), Directed by N. N., with Madeline Fairbanks, Marion Fairbanks, Eugene Moore,
1913: [09.16] A Redemption (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by N. N., with Florence LaBadie, Harry Southard,
1913: [09.12] The Message to Headquarters (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), with James Cruze, Marie Eline, David Thompson,
1913: [09.00] Moths (Scenario), Directed by Lawrence Marston, with Maude Fealy, William Russell, Harry Benham,
1913: [08.29] The Spartan Father (Scenario: (AKA Lloyd F. Lonergan)), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Eugene Moore, Harry Benham,
1913: [08.24] An Unromantic Maiden (Director: (--??--)), with Carey L. Hastings, Florence LaBadie, James Cruze,
1913: [06.17] The Snare of Fate (Director: (--??--)), with James Cruze, Florence LaBadie, Sidney Blair,
1913: [06.10] While Baby Slept (Director), with , William Russell, Marguerite Snow,
1913: [02.25] Sherlock Holmes Solves the Sign of the Four (Director: (/xx/)), with Harry Benham, Charles Gunn, Mignon Anderson,
1913: [02.07] While Mrs. McFadden Looked Out (Scenario), Directed by N. N., with , Mignon Anderson, William Garwood,
1912: [12.24] The Star of Bethlehem (Scenario), Directed by Lawrence Marston, with Florence LaBadie, James Cruze, William Russell,
1912: [09.24] Undine (Scenario: (?)), Directed by Theodore Marston, Lucius Henderson, with Florence LaBadie, William Russell, James Cruze,
1912: [08.13] Now Watch the Professor (Director), with , William Bowman,
1912: [07.26] The Merchant of Venice (Scenario), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with William Bowman, Florence LaBadie, Mignon Anderson,
1912: [07.23] The Portrait of Lady Anne (Director), with Florence LaBadie, Justus D. Barnes, William Russell,
1912: [] Under Two Flags (Scenario), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with William Russell, , William Garwood,
1912: [05.24] The Ring of a Spanish Grandee (Scenario), Directed by George Nichols, with William Russell, Marguerite Snow, Florence LaBadie,
1912: [04.23] Rejuvenation (Scenario), Directed by George Nichols, with James Cruze, William Russell, Florence LaBadie,
1912: [04.09] A Love of Long Ago (Scenario), Directed by George Nichols, with Florence LaBadie, William Russell, Joseph Graybill,
1912: [03.12] Flying to Fortune (Scenario), Directed by George Nichols, with Florence LaBadie, James Cruze, Marguerite Snow,
1912: [03.01] The Arab's Bride (Scenario), Directed by George Nichols, with William Russell, Florence LaBadie, James Cruze,
1910: [07.12] The Lucky Shot (Scenario: (--??--)), Directed by N. N., with Marie Eline, , Anna Rosemond,
1910: [06.10] The Writing on the Wall (Scenario), Directed by Barry O'Neil, with , , ,
1910: [05.27] A Winter's Tale (Scenario), Directed by Barry O'Neil, Theodore Marston, with Anna Rosemond, Martin Faust, Frank Hall Crane,
1910: [03.22] St. Elmo (Scenario), Directed by Barry O'Neil, Lloyd B. Carleton, with Frank Hall Crane, Anna Rosemond, Gertrude Thanhouser,
1910: [03.15] The Actor's Children (Scenario), Directed by Barry O'Neil, with Frank Hall Crane, Orrilla Smith, Yale Boss,

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