"Some of Brother David's former parishioners share their memories of him. "
"Mr Gorrell worked with Gareth in the English department at the University of Nevada – Reno in 1947."
"This was Gareth’s best film appearance prior to going to Hollywood. He plays opposite Marguerite Clark, a well established star by 1919. In this clip we see Billy Wiggs (Gareth) discover Lovey Mary (Clark) hiding in the barn after running away from the orphanage with young Tommy. The latter part of the clip is from the end of the film – a happy ending and a happy future together for Mary and Billy."
"This is the film which enticed Gareth to Hollywood. Gareth plays the younger brother of Gina Ashling (Clara Kimball Young). In this clip, one in which Gina Ashling uses a crystal ball to see into the future, she sees a scenario in which her brother takes revenge on the man who has ruined her."
"Gareth plays Don Harmon, son of an opera impresario (Bela Lugosi). In this clip Don defends the memory of his dead mother and walks out, rejecting his father’s financial support."
"From his new lodgings Don hears wonderful violin music from the street. In appreciation he throws a coin to the busker, the father of Anna (Lila Lee), and then finds himself having to rescue the coin for the old man in a street brawl."
"Gareth is Jack Donahue, press agent for the Broadway Follies. In this clip, at the race track, he is introduced to Dixie Murray (Dorothy Devore), ward of the affluent Mrs Carrington and engaged to her son. "
"In this World War 1 caper Gareth plays a German officer and spy who adopts the guise of a woman to dupe his targets."
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"In Gareth’s second film with “Champion” the dog he plays Bob Benton, a bank cashier who thwarts the banker’s plan to fraudulently benefit from a scam while allowing another cashier to take the blame. In this clip he confronts the banker in his home."
"Mister Antonio was the penultimate film of Gareth’s career and his first “talkie”. Gareth plays Joe, the retarded companion and assistant to Tony (Leo Carrillo). "
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