|Born||Guy Elmer Hedlund
August 21, 1884
Portland, Connecticut, U.S.
|Died||December 29, 1964
Culver City, California, U.S.
Guy Elmer Hedlund (August 21, 1884 – December 29, 1964) was an American actor of the silent era. He appeared in 120 films between 1906 and 1947. Born in Connecticut, Hedlund died in Culver City in a road accident. Hedlund directed the 1920 industrial film The Making of an American.
|1908||Romance of a Jewess|
|The Taming of the Shrew|
|1909||In Little Italy||At the Ball||Unconfirmed|
|1910||The Woman from Mellon's||Butler|
|In the Border States||Confederate Soldier|
|A Flash of Light||At First Party/At Second Party|
|1911||His Trust||Black servant|
|His Trust Fulfilled||Freed slave/Man in wedding group|
|Was He a Coward?||An Indian|
|The Lonedale Operator||On Train|
|What Shall We Do with Our Old?||Young Carpenter in Shop/In Court|
|Enoch Arden||On Rescue Ship|
|The Indian Brothers||The Renegade|
|The Blind Princess and the Poet|
|The Battle||A Union Soldier|
|1912||The Eternal Mother||A Friend|
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