Billy Bletcher was born under the given name William Bletcher on September 24, 1894 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA. He was an American Actor, Author, known for Mr. Jarr's Magnetic Friend (1915), Trader Hound (1931), The Love Hunger (1919), Billy Bletcher's first movie on record is from 1915. Billy Bletcher died on January 5, 1979 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1931.
Billy Bletcher Filmography [Auszug]
1931:  Trader Hound (Voice), Directed by Zion Myers, Jules White,
1920:  A Bashful Bigamist (Cast: Mr. Smith (AKA Billy Fletcher) ), Directed by Allen Watt, with ,
1919: [02.24] The Love Hunger (Fixing It, The Lion Girl) (Cast: Jakey), Directed by William P.S. Earle, N. N., with Lillian Walker, Lee Shumway, Herbert Prior,
1917: [08.13] Mary Jane's Pa (Cast), Directed by Charles Brabin, William P.S. Earle, with Marc McDermott, Mildred Manning, Eulalie Jensen,
1916: [09.23] At a Premium (Cast: Cigar Stand Employee (/xx/) ), Directed by Sidney Drew, with Sidney Drew, Mrs. Sidney Drew,
1916: [01.31] Jane's Bashful Hero (Cast: Hans Hoffmeyer), Directed by George D. Baker, with , Donald MacBride,
1915: [04.12] Mr. Jarr's Magnetic Friend (Cast), Directed by Harry Davenport, with Harry Davenport, Rose Tapley, Audrey Berry,
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