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Jack Connolly was an actor who appeared in many silent films during the early 20th century. Despite a lengthy filmography, very little is known about Connolly or his personal life. He has been described as "a completely lost player who can only be identified by the movies he made." He had a lead role in the 1916 film The Mask of Fortune. He portrayed a wrongly convicted former prisoner working on a ranch in Wolverine (1921 film).
- Graft (1915 serial) as Ben Travers
- The Mask of Fortune (1916)
- The Decoy (1916 film)
- The Silent Battle (1916 film) as James Loring
- Cross Purposes (film) (1916)
- A Jewel in Pawn (1917) as Bob Hendricks
- The Mate of the Sally Ann (1917) as Judge Gordon
- The Little Patriot (1917)
- True Blue (1918 film)
- The Egg Crate Wallop (1919)
- The Lincoln Highwayman (1919) as Mack
- The Little Diplomat (1919) as Trent Gordon
- Shod with Fire (1920) as Tommy Clary
- Woman's Place (1921)
- Night Life in Hollywood (1922)
- Wolverine (1921 film)
- The Mysterious Witness (1923)
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