Eric Barclay was born on November 17, 1894 in Lilla Malma, Södermanlands län, Schweden. He was a Swedish Actor, known for Faust (1926), Das Geheimnis von Genf (1927), L' arme à gauche (1965), Eric Barclay's first movie on record is from 1922. Eric Barclay died on , 1938. His last motion picture on file dates from 1965.
Eric Barclay Filmography [Auszug]
1965: [////1] L' arme à gauche (Composer), Directed by Claude Sautet, with Leo Gordon, Sylva Koscina, Albert Mendoza,
1928:  Die Hölle von Montmartre (Cast), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., Willy Reiber, with Suzy Vernon, Carmen Cartellieri,
1927: [00.00] Das brennende Schiff (The Glass Boat) (Cast: Robert d'Arcy, ihr Sohn), Directed by Constantin J. David, Jacqueline Milliet, with André Nox, Françoise Rosay,
1927: [/ /1] Das Geheimnis von Genf (Cast), Directed by Willy Reiber, with Alfred Abel, Carmen Cartellieri,
1926: [10.14] Faust (Cast: Herzog von Parma), Directed by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, with Frida Richard, Hanna Ralph,
1924: [10.16] Das Spielzeug von Paris (Cast), Directed by Michael Curtiz, with , Lili Damita, ,
1924:  La flambée des rêves (Cast), Directed by Jacques de Baroncelli, with Sandra Milowanoff, Suzanne Bianchetti,
1923: [12.28] La légende de soeur Béatrix (Cast: Comte Jehan de Gormond ), Directed by Jacques de Baroncelli, with Sandra Milowanoff, Suzanne Bianchetti,
1922: [01.22] Le carillon de minuit (Cast: Neel ), Directed by Jacques de Baroncelli, with , ,
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