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Sidney D'Albrook (1886–1948) was an American actor.
He was born in Chicago, Illinois, a son of Harry Dahlbruck, a musician, and Jennie McGuire. He was working as an actor in Davenport, Iowa in 1910, living with his sister Ruth and his mother Jennie. He did films in New York in the teens, and then they moved to Hollywood in 1920. At this point his brother Hal or Harold lived with them for a time. He worked in films until his death, did many character parts. His sister Ruth was an extra in movies and in the television series Gunsmoke and Garrison's Gorillas.
Sid's large collection of movie material was donated to the County of Los Angeles Hollywood Museum after his death by his sister Ruth, in 1962.
- Heart of the Wilds (1918)
- Three Men and a Girl (1919)
- The Right Way (1921)
- Across the Continent (1922)
- So This is Paris (1926)
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