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John S. Robertson’s height is 6ft (1.83 m)

John Stuart Robertson was a Canadian born actor and later film director perhaps best known for his 1920 screen adaptation of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, starring John Barrymore. Robertson was born in London, Ontario.

Best Known For Movie: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Born: June 14, 1878, London, Canada
Filmography: Our Little Girl (1935), Captain Hurricane (1935), Grand Old Girl (1935), Wednesday’s Child (1934), His Greatest Gamble (1934), The Crime Doctor (1934), One Man’s Journey (1933), Little Orphan Annie (1932), The Phantom of Paris (1931), Beyond Victory (1931), Madonna of the Streets (1930), Captain of the Guard (1930), Night Ride (1930), Shanghai Lady (1929), The Single Standard (1929), The Road to Romance (1927), Captain Salvation (1927), Annie Laurie (1927), Shore Leave (1925), Soul-Fire (1925), New Toys (1925), Classmates (1924), The Enchanted Cottage (1924), Twenty-One (1923), The Fighting Blade (1923), The Bright Shawl (1923), Tess of the Storm Country (1922), The Spanish Jade (1922), Love’s Boomerang (1922), Footlights (1921), The Magic Cup (1921), Sentimental Tommy (1921), 39 East (1920), A Dark Lantern (1920), Away Goes Prudence (1920), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920/I), Erstwhile Susan (1919), Sadie Love (1919), The Misleading Widow (1919), Come Out of the Kitchen (1919), Let’s Elope (1919), The Test of Honor (1919), Here Comes the Bride (1919), Little Miss Hoover (1918), The Make-Believe Wife (1918), The Girl of Today (1918), The Better Half (1918), The Menace (1918), The Bottom of the Well (1917), Baby Mine (1917), A Service of Love (1917), Vanity and Some Sables (1917), The Money Mill (1917), Intrigue (1917), The Meeting (1917/I), Justice a la Carte (1916), Trouble for Four (1916), Getting By (1916), The Thorn and the Rose (1916), Love and Trout (1916), The Maelstrom (1917), Her Right to Live (1917), An Enemy to the King (1916), The Scarlet Runner (1916), The Combat (1916), His Wife’s Good Name (1916), The Conflict (1916/I), The Destroyers (1916), The Supreme Temptation (1916), The Single Standard (1929), Captain Salvation (1927), The Girl of Today (1918), A Trip to Paramountown (1922).
Other Names: J.S. Robertson, John Stuart Robertson, John Robertson
Astrological Sign: Gemini
Occupation: Actor, Director
Died: November 5, 1964, Escondido, California, United States
Spouse: Josephine Lovett (m. ?–1958)
Books: Engineering mathematics with Maple, Engineering mathematics with mathematica
Height: 6ft (1.83 m)

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