Dustin Farnum

05/27/1974 - 07/3/1919

Dustin Farnum was the son of actors Greenleaf D. Farnum and Adele Legros. He is known to have performed in Seattle seven times; productions in which he appeared include: "Arizona" (Grand Opera House, March-April 1902), "The Virginian" (Grand Opera House, March 1907), "The Squaw Man" (Moore Theatre, November 1908), and "The Littlest Rebel" (Metropolitan Theatre, November 1912). Farnum went on to have a successful career as a film actor.

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Notable Roles: 
Colonel Morrison in "The Littlest Rebel"
Lieutenant Denton in "Arizona"
Colonel Morrison in "The Littlest Rebel"
The Virginian in "The Virginian"
Flom, Eric L. Silent Film Stars on the Stages of Seattle. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland and Company, 2009. "Dustin Farnum Dies After Long Illness." New York Times, 07/05/1929, p. 17,