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Dan Mason

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About Dan Mason

Dan Mason is a 165 years old male from Syracuse - New York - USA. Dan is most well known for acting, and has 16 known credits, of which 16 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Dan Mason’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Dan Mason’s movies you should definitely watch Seven Sinners (1925) Dan has worked on!

  1. Seven Sinners (1925)
  2. The Skipper's Narrow Escape (1921)
  3. The Chinese Parrot (1927)
  4. Conductor 1492 (1924)
  5. Stepping Along (1926)

1. Seven Sinners (1925 Movie)

The best rated movie Dan Mason has been a part of is the comedy, crime movie Seven Sinners, where they had the role of Doctor. It has a rating 7.3 on IMDb .

2. The Skipper's Narrow Escape (1921)

Dan Mason worked on this comedy movie as The Skipper.

3. The Chinese Parrot (1927)

In The Chinese Parrot Dan Mason was worked as Toast the Knowing . This mystery, crime movie has a rating on 5.0 on IMDb .

4. Conductor 1492 (1924)

This movie has a rating on 6.3 on IMDb . In Conductor 1492 Dan Mason had the role of Mike O'Toole.

5. Stepping Along (1926)

Dan Mason was a part of the movie Stepping Along as Mike.

Frequently asked questions

When was Dan Mason born?

Dan Mason’s birthday is on 9 February 1857 .

What is Dan Mason’s gender?

Dan Mason is male.

Where was Dan Mason born?

Dan Mason was born in Syracuse - New York - USA.

What is Dan most known for?

Dan Mason is most known for acting. Dan has worked on 16 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Dan Mason’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Seven Sinners, which has a score of 0.0.

Dan’s Filmography

As Doctor. Six burglars separately break into the Vickers mansion on Long Island to loot the safe but catch each other in the act. They all pretend to be members of the household when locked in by a well meaning police officer.

As Prospector. The plot is motivated by a pearl necklace, which has caused the death and/or ruination of all its owners. The second screen appearance of detective Charlie Chan

As Mike O'Toole. A young Irish immigrant gets a job as a conductor on a streetcar and fights off an attempt by crooks to take over the company, all the while pursuing the boss' beautiful daughter.

As Mike. Johnny Rooney is a fast-stepping young politician and Molly Taylor is an even faster-stepping showgirl in "George White's Scandals" in a tale of New York City's theatrical and political life during prohibition and the jazz-age.

As Isaac Mirrel. Anna Mirrel, a young Jewish girl in Czarist Russia, is forced to degrade herself in order to visit her father, whom she believes to be ill. She obtains a yellow passport, signifying that she is a prostitute.

As (uncredited). In France during World War I, a charming farm girl keeps a squadron of English pilots in good spirits as best as she can. She falls for a handsome newcomer who is already engaged.

As Roger Chillingworth. The film tells the story of a noble but poor woman who arrives at Boston in the 17th century. There she marries an old but quite rich doctor but does not become happy.

As Uncle. A young man marries an actress, but meanwhile her uncle has signed a contract binding her to spinsterhood, many complications arise.

As Denny Dorgan. Convict Bill Hyde and his friend, Danny Dorgan, break out of prison, but in running from the guards, Danny is mortally wounded. The local doctor, Evan Thomas, tries so hard to save Danny that later, when Bill and the doctor meet in Alaska, the two become friends. A dying man gives his mine to the doctor, but upon discovering that it is worthless, Bill sells it to a crook named John Wesley Slayforth...

As Peg Leg Murphy. Terry O'Neill is the youngest of a family of Irish firefighters. He falls in love with Helen Corwin, but complications ensue when Terry learns that her father, a wealthy contractor, has cut costs by putting his buildings in danger of fire.

As Lem Baldwin. George Kirby steals a mining claim from Tom Curtis and forces him to become an outlaw. Years later, Curtis comes to the rescue when Anne Kirby is kidnapped by real outlaws, but when he finds out she is married to his enemy, he decides to hold her captive.

As Spurlock, Sr.. George Walsh plays the "prodigal" hero in this fast-moving star vehicle from the Fox factory. An incurable cut-up, Jack Spurlock throws a college campus in an uproar when he shows up the first day of classes with his pet bear. Needless to say, Jack is immediately booted out of college, infuriating his big-businessman father (Dan Mason).

As Pops Shendorf. Sally is a 1925 American silent romantic comedy film starring Colleen Moore.

As American Consul. Blaze Derringer is a Texas cattle baron's son. He goes to a cabaret on his birthday, helps a pretty young woman and her guardian avoid a raid, but gets tossed from college for bad behavior. His disgusted father dispatches him to seek his fortune. Blaze jumps a freight, befriends a fake British duke and a sporting African-American, and is offered a prize fight in Galveston. He wins, but may have killed his opponent, so he takes the offer of the woman from the cabaret to accompany her to Begonia, where she's a princess about to be crowned. A court minister, the dastardly Count Verensky, has plans to share the throne and her affections. Can the plucky American help the Europeans sort things out?

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