Walter Craven was born under the given name Walter Scott Craven in 1863. He was an American Actor, known for The Eternal City (1915), The Destroying Angel (1915), The Great Adventure (1918), Walter Craven's first movie on record is from 1913. Walter Craven died on November 25, 1918 in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1918.
Walter Craven Filmography [Auszug]
1918: [03.10] The Great Adventure (Cast), Directed by Alice Guy, with Bessie Love, Flora Finch, Donald Hall,
1917: [05.07] Kidnapped (Cast: Riach), Directed by Alan Crosland, with Raymond McKee, Joseph Burke, Ray Hallor,
1915: [12.08] The Destroying Angel (Cast: Max), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Marc McDermott,
1915: [11.11] Zaza (Cast: Dubois), Directed by Edwin S. Porter, Hugh Ford, with Pauline Frederick, Julian L'Estrange, Ruth Cummings,
1915:  The White Pearl (Cast: Robert Alden, ), Directed by Edwin S. Porter, Hugh Ford, with Marie Doro, Thomas Holding,
1915: [06.21] The Dictator (Cast: General Campos), Directed by Oscar Eagle, with John Barrymore, Charlotte Ives, Ruby Hoffman,
1915: [04.12] The Eternal City (Cast: Member of embassy), Directed by Edwin S. Porter, Hugh Ford, with Pauline Frederick, Thomas Holding, Kittens Reichert,
1915: [02.22] Alias Jimmy Valentine (Cast: Handler), Directed by Maurice Tourneur, with Robert Warwick, Robert Cummings, ,
1915: [01/11] The Deep Purple (Cast), Directed by James Young, with Clara Kimball Young, Edward Kimball, Milton Sills,
1913: [09.22] Ivanhoe (Cast: König Richard Löwenherz), Directed by Herbert Brenon, with King Baggot, Leah Baird, Herbert Brenon,
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