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Jules Cowles (Julius D. Cowles)

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Biography

Farmington, Connecticut, USA
Jules Cowles was born on October 18, 1877 in Farmington, Connecticut, USA as Julius D. Cowles. He was an actor, known for Seven Chances (1925), The Lost World (1925) and The Scarlet Letter (1926). He died on May 22, 1943 in Hollywood, California, USA. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Man on Train with Big Mustache

Reducing 1931

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Character: Driving Farmer Listening to Game on Radio

Death on the Diamond 1934

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Character: Frank - Lockup Keeper

Fury 1936

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Character: Gus - Waiter at Spike's

Double Wedding 1937

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Character: Man With Radio

Rich Man, Poor Girl 1938

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Character: Diner in Montage

The Crowd Roars 1938

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Character: Dance Watcher

Two-Faced Woman 1941

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Character: Vagrant #1

Billy the Kid 1941

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Character: Man on Betting Line in Front of Mr. Verne

Johnny Eager 1941

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Character: Crazy Man at the Clinic

Fingers at the Window 1942

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Character: Man at Kissing Booth

I Dood It 1943

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Character: The Hired Hand

Seven Chances 1925

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