|THE INTERNATIONAL SILENT MOVIE|
1884 - 1956
The actor Alex Fraser was able to launch a brief silent film career in the first half of the 20s.
He appeared in the film business in 1921 and he already took part in five movies in his first year. To these movies belong "The Will" with Milton Rosmer, "The Woman with the Fan" (21) in the role of Lord Fitz Holmes, "The Woman of His Dream" (21), "The Bonnie Brier Bush" (21) with Donald Crisp and Mary Glynne and "The Knave of Diamonds" (21) as Nap Errol.
Afterwards followed only few more silent movies with "Little Brother of God" (22) with Victor McLaglen and "A Gamble in Lives" (24) directed by George Ridgwell.
It lasted nearly ten years before he made his comeback in the sound fim era of the 30s with "The Lure" (33) with Anne Grey and Cyril Raymond.
Aftermath he took part in other movies like "The Great Defender" (34) with Matheson Lang and Margaret Bannerman, as Commander Mahon "The Mystery of the Marie Celeste" (35) with Bela Lugosi and Shirley Grey and "The Mutiny of the Elsinore" (37) with Lyn Harding and Paul Lukas.