J. Gunnis Davis
James Gunnis Davis (1873–1937) was an English actor and director.
He was of average height, 5 feet, 6 1/2 inches, with blue eyes and brown hair, weighing 112 pounds.
After a period treading the boards, Davis entered the film world in 1912.
Davis was best known for The Hazards of Helen (1914), but he appeared in many films, a number of stage productions, and has a significant number or directing credits, generally as James Davis.
- The Arcadians Time (1910)
- Alice in Wonderland (1915)
Family and personal life
Davis died 23 March 1937 in Los Angeles.
- Terry Ramsaye (1934). International Motion Picture Almanac. Quigley Publishing Company. p. 168.
- Motion Picture News Blue Book 1930
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