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Harry Benham

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Harry Benham

Harry Benham (26 february 1884 - 17 july 1969) was an American actor. He began in a choir where he was noted for his exceptional voice. Then he played some minor roles of teenagers in various plays and musicals. From 1910 to 1915, he joined Edwin Thanhouser and star in dozens of films including Sherlock Holmes. During this time he was not a star but he had his admirers, and often had positive reviews in magazines.