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  1. Lloyd B. Carleton 1916 Motion Picture News Born Carleton B. Little c. 1872 New York City, New York DiedAugust 8, 1933 New York City, New York Burial placeTrinity Cemetery, West 155th St New York City NationalityAmerican Other namesL.B. Carleton and Lloyd Carleton EducationColumbia College OccupationActor, Director, Producer, Writer Years active1900–1930 EraSilent Era Notable work Walls of Jericho Mountain Madness Flying Dutchman Nine and Three-Fifths Seconds Height5 ft 10 in Signature ...

    • American
    • L.B. Carleton and Lloyd Carleton
    • Actor, Director, Producer, Writer
    • 1900–1930
  2. Jul 14, 2021 · Lloyd B. Carleton, better known by the Family name Lloyd B. Carleton, was a popular film director and film producer (1872-1933). Know his, Estimated Net Worth, Age, Biography Wikipedia Wiki

  3. Wikipedia: Date of birth: 1872 New York City Carleton B. Little: Date of death: 8 August 1933 New York City: Country of citizenship

  4. Lloyd B. Carleton (c. 1872 –1933) started working for Carl Laemmle in the Fall of 1915. Carleton arrived with impeccable credentials, having directed some 60 films for the likes of Thanhouser, Lubin, Fox, and Selig.

  5. Lloyd B. Carleton (c. 1872 –1933) started working for Carl Laemmle in the Fall of 1915. Carleton arrived with impeccable credentials, having directed some 60 films for the likes of Thanhouser, Lubin, Fox, and Selig.

    • May 1, 1916
    • Universal
  6. Her Soul's Song is a 1916 American silent short film directed by Lloyd B. Carleton. The film is based on a story by Betty Schade. Calder Johnstone developed the screenplay. This drama's features Dorothy Davenport and Emory Johnson. The story involves an opera singer who marries, then loses her voice after the couple's baby is born.

  7. Lloyd B. Carleton (c. 1872 - August 8, 1933) was an American director, producer, and actor. He was born in New York City in c. 1872. Both of his parents were born in Virginia and Carleton's father, John T. Little Senior, supported the family as a clothing importer.

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