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Bartlett Carré was involved in the film industry during five decades, spanning both the silent and sound film eras. He spent most of that time in production capacities, either as a production supervisor or manager, associate producer, or assistant director. He appeared in numerous films, mostly in small uncredited roles, or as a stunt man, but he did have one starring role in the 1925 silent film, Flying Hoofs, and directed the 1935 film, Gun Smoke. His first participation in film was in the small role of Jake Watkins in the 1924 silent film, Behind Two Guns. He last worked in films in 1963 where he was either the associate producer or production supervisor. He was the brother-in-law of the actress, Lenore Ulric.
Place of Birth:Melrose, Massachusetts, USA
Also Known As:Bartlet A. Carre, Bart Carey, Barlette Carre, Bart A. Carre , Bartlett Carre, Bart Carre, Barthlett Carrie, Bartlett A. Carré, Bartlett Carré, Bart Carré