The Golden Age of Hollywood

Filmography

1986Strong Medicine (TV Movie) Eli Camperdown
1981 - Ghost Story Edward Charles Wanderley
1980The Hostage Tower (TV Movie) Malcolm Philpott
1978Kingdom of Gifts The Proud King (voice)
1972The Crooked Hearts (TV Movie) Rex Willoughby
1967Red and Blue (Short) The Nillionaire
1954The Last Moment  George Griffin
1954The Red Dress Narrator
1954Thought to Kill Narrator
1954Three's Company Narrator / Anthony (segment "The Scream' story)
1953The Genie The Genie
1951Mister Drake's Duck Donald 'Don' Drake
1950State Secret Dr. John Marlowe
1949The Fighting O'Flynn The O'Flynn
1948That Lady in Ermine Colonel Ladislas Karolyi Teglas / The Duke
1941The Corsican Brothers Lucien Franchi / Mario Franchi
1940Safari Jim Logan
1940Green Hell Keith Brandon
1939Rulers of the Sea David Gillespie
1939The Sun Never Sets John Randolph
1938The Young in Heart Richard Carleton
1938Having Wonderful Time Chick
1938The Rage of Paris Jim Trevor
1938Joy of Living Dan
1937Jump for Glory Ricky Morgan
1936Accused Tony Seymour
1936The Amateur Gentleman John Beverley aka Barnabas Barty
1935Man of the Moment Tony Woodward
1935Mimi Rodolphe
1934Success at Any Price Joe Martin
1933Captured! Lieutenant Fred 'Dig' Digby
1933The Narrow Corner Fred Blake
1933The Kid's Last Fight Jimmy
1933Parachute Jumper Bill Keller
1932Scarlet Dawn Nikita Krasnoff
1932Such Things Happen Jimmy Russell
1932L'athlète incomplet Fred Miller
1932It's Tough to Be Famous Scott 'Scotty' McClenahan
1932Gentleman for a Day Chick Miller
1931I Like Your Nerve Larry O'Brien
1931Changes Jack Ingleside
1931The Slippery Pearls (Short) Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
1931L'aviateur 
1930One Night at Susie's Dick
1930The Sin Flood Billy Bear
1930The Little Accident Norman Overbeck
1930The Dawn Patrol Douglas Scott
1930Loose Ankles Gil Hayden
1930Party Girl Jay Rountree
1929The Show of Shows Ambrose in 'Bicycle Built for Two' Number
1929The Forward Pass Marty Reid
1929The Careless Age Wyn
1929Our Modern Maidens Gil
1929Fast Life Douglas Stratton
1929The Jazz Age Steve Maxwell
1928A Woman of Affairs Jeffry
1928The Barker Chris Miller
1928The Power of the Press Clem Rogers
1928The Toilers Steve
1928Modern Mothers David Starke
1928Dead Man's Curve Vernon Keith
1927A Texas Steer Farleigh Bright
1927Is Zat So? G. Clifton Blackburn
1927Women Love Diamonds Jerry Croker-Kelley
1927Man Bait Jeff Sanford
1926Broken Hearts of Hollywood Hal Terwilliger
1926Padlocked Sonny Galloway
1925Stella Dallas Richard Grosvenor
1925Wild Horse Mesa Chess Weymer
1925The Air Mail Sandy
1923Stephen Steps Out Stephen Harlow Jr.
1921The Three Musketeers Boy (uncredited)
1916American Aristocracy Newsboy (uncredited)

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Affairs of the Heart: The Wedding Night (1935)

To view The Wedding Night click here. The Wedding Night was doomed from the start. It was producer Samuel Goldwyn’s final attempt at making the Ukrainian actress Anna Sten into a Garbo-level star, and his persistence had become something of a Hollywood joke. The Wedding Night became known around town as “Goldwyn’s Last Sten,” but […]

Murnau and the Phantoms of Germany

To view Phantom click here. It’s that time of year when Nosferatu (1922), F.W. Murnau’s interpretation of Dracula, appears on lists of recommended horror films. The oldest, existing film version of Bram Stoker’s novel, Nosferatu is likely Murnau’s most watched title. It’s eerie Expressionist style was a major influence on the American horror genre, but […]

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