Robert Broderick (actor)

From Wikitia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Robert Broderick (actor)
Add a Photo
Pennsylvania, USA
DiedJuly 9, 1921(1921-07-09) (aged 56–57)
New York City, New York, USA
CitizenshipUnited States of America
Known for
  • The Redemption of David Corson (1914)
  • Just for Tonight (1918)
  • Better Than Gold (1912)
Spouse(s)Maureen Broderick

Robert Broderick was an actor in silent films and "light opera".[1] He starred in Arizona.

Film companies he worked for include Thanhouser for a film and Dyreda Art Film.[1]


  • King Rene's Daughter (1913), based on: King Rene's Daughter, title role[1]
  • Arizona (1913 film), as Henry Canby
  • Jack the Giant Killer (1914 film)[1] writer and actor in the Thanhouser film (see also: Jack the Giant Killer)
  • One of Millions[1]
  • In the Name of the Prince of Peace [1]
  • The Better Man (1914 film), as Henry Wharton
  • Poor Schmaltz (1915), as Mr. Hocheimer
  • Gambier's Advocate (1915)
  • Arms and the Woman (1916), as Marcus
  • Hit-The-Trail Holliday (1918), as Otto Wurst
  • The Prince and the Pauper (1915 film), as The King
  • Youth (1917 film), as James Goodwin
  • Bridges Burned (1917), as Thomas O'Brien
  • The Guardian (1917 film), as Chief Conlin
  • Just for Tonight (film) (1918), as Theodore 'Ted' Whitney Sr.
  • The Bishop's Emeralds (1919), as Lord John Cardew
  • The Eternal Mother (1920 film)
  • Call of the Hills (1923)[2]

Further reading

  • The Moving Picture World, December 9, 1914,


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 "BRODERICK, Robert".
  2. Sherwood, Robert Emmet (May 16, 1923). "The Best Moving Pictures of 1922/23-, Also Who's who in the Movies and the Yearbook of the American Screen". Small, Maynard – via Google Books.

External links

This article "Robert Broderick (actor)" is from Wikipedia. The list of its authors can be seen in its historical. Articles taken from Draft Namespace on Wikipedia could be accessed on Wikipedia's Draft Namespace.