April 26, 1891 - September 1, 1954
Born Hector Cording in Portsmouth, England
See Internet Movie Database Filmography
See all Harry Cording products for sale at Amazon.com
A Lot of Favorite Memories of Harry Cording
- As a man reading a newspaper in Secrets of the French Police (1932), a crime thriller with horror elements
directed by Edward Sutherland.
Starring Frank Morgan, Gwili Andre, Gregory Ratoff (as the monstrous Russian villain) and Rochelle Hudson.
- Starring as "Dr. William G. Davies,"
the drug-addicted MD whose decline and fall is the subject of the cautionary (but still titilating) roadshow classic Narcotic (1933),
directed by the legendary Depression-era King of exploitation films, Dwain Esper.
With Joan Dix, Patricia Farley, Jean Lacey, J. Stuart Blackton Jr., Paul Panzer, Miami Alvarez, Charles Bennett,
Josef Swickard, Herman Hack, Celia McCann, Fred Parker, Hildegarde Stadie, and Blackie Whiteford.
- In one of his most memorable roles as "Thamal," mute, hulking, faithful servant of Vitus Werdegast (Bela Lugosi)
in a "masterpiece of construction," The Black Cat (1934), directed by Edgar G. Ulmer, suggested by the story by Edgar Allan Poe.
Thamal's towering figure dominates the original-release poster for the film.
Starring Boris Karloff, Lugosi, David Manners, Jacqueline Wells (aka Julie Bishop), Lucille Lund, and Egon Brecher.
- As "Henry," a pirate in Treasure Island (1934), directed by Victor Fleming, based on the classic adventure novel by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Starring Wallace Beery, Jackie Cooper, Lionel Barrymore, Otto Kruger, Lewis Stone, Nigel Bruce,
Charles "Chic" Sale, William V. Mong, and Douglass Dumbrille.
- As a French mechanic in The Man Who Reclaimed His Head (1934), a political melodrama (often thrown in with the horror films on TV)
about a naive man driven to take ghastly revenge on the soulless boss who exploited him and ruined his life.
Rewritten as one of Universal's "Inner Sanctum" series, Strange Confession (1947), with Lon Chaney Jr. and J. Carrol Naish.
Directed by Edward Ludwig.
Starring Claude Rains, Joan Bennett, Lionel Atwill, Juanita Quigley, Henry O'Neill, Wallace Ford,
Lawrence Grant, Lionel Belmore, Gilbert Emery, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Valerie Hobson, Doris Lloyd,
Tom Ricketts, C. Montague Shaw, Josef Swickard and Edward Van Sloan.
- As a gendarme (arresting Yvette) in Charlie Chan in Paris (1935), directed by Lewis Seiler.
Starring Warner Oland and Keye Luke, with Thomas Beck, Mary Brian (Yvette), Erik Rhodes,
John Miljan, Henry Kolker and John Qualen.
- As an opium addict in Mystery of Edwin Drood (1935), directed by Stuart Walker, based on Charles Dickens' last, unfinished novel.
Starring Claude Rains, Douglass Montgomery, Heather Angel, Valerie Hobson, David Manners, Francis L. Sullivan,
Zeffie Tilbury, Ethel Griffies, E.E. Clive, Walter Kingsford, Forrester Harvey, J.M. Kerrigan, D'Arcy Corrigan, Will Geer and Walter Brennan.
- As "Kent" in the Warner Bros. swashbuckler Captain Blood (1935), directed by Michael Curtiz.
Starring Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Lionel Atwill, Basil Rathbone, Ross Alexander, Guy Kibbee, Henry Stephenson,
Robert Barrat, Hobart Cavanaugh, Donald Meek, Jessie Ralph, Forrester Harvey, Frank McGlynn Sr., Holmes Herbert,
J. Carrol Naish, Pedro de Cordoba, Leonard Mudie, E.E. Clive, Vernon Steele,
Reginald Barlow, Matthew "Stymie" Beard and Halliwell Hobbes.
- As "Dickon Malbete," the assassin sent to kill King Richard, in another classic Warner Bros. adventure,
The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938), directed by Michael Curtiz and WIlliam Keighley.
Starring Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Claude Rains, Basil Rathbone, Eugene Pallette, Alan Hale,
Patric Knowles, Ian Hunter, Melville Cooper, Una O'Connor,
Herbert Mundin, Montagu Love, Robert Warwick, Lester Matthews, Ivan Simpson,
Lionel Belmore, D'Arcy Corrigan, Holmes Herbert, Leyland Hodgson, Michael Hordern, Olaf Hytten,
Marten Lamont, Leonard Mudie, Reginald Sheffield... and Trigger (Lady Marian's horse)!
- As the executioner in the tragic historical romance Marie Antoinette (1938), directed by W.S. Van Dyke.
Starring Norma Shearer, Tyrone Power, Robert Morley, and John Barrymore, with Anita Louise, Joseph Schildkraut, Gladys George, Henry Stephenson,
Cora Witherspoon, Reginald Gardiner, Henry Daniell, Albert Dekker, Joseph Calleia, Richard Alexander, Trevor Bardette,
Robert Barrat, Mae Busch. Lane Chandler, Dorothy Christy, Howard Da Silva, Harry Davenport, Nigel De Brulier, Barry Fitzgerald, Neil Fitzgerald, Lawrence Grant,
Holmes Herbert, Olaf Hytten, Victor Kilian, Henry Kolker, John Merton, Leonard Mudie, Moroni Olsen, Rafaela Ottiano, Guy Bates Post, Herbert Rawlinson,
Lionel Royce, Ivan F. Simpson, Zeffie Tilbury, Theodore von Eltz, Gustav von Seyffertitz, Luana Walters, Anthony Warde, Ian Wolfe and George Zucco.
- As a prison guard accepting a bribe in Devil's Island (1939), directed by William Clemens.
Starring Boris Karloff, with Nedda Harrigan, James Stephenson, Adia Kuznetzoff, Edward Keane, Robert Warwick, Pedro de Cordoba,
John Harmon, Leonard Mudie, Egon Brecher, Frank Reicher, Lawrence Grant, Dick Botiller, Al Bridge, Gino Corrado, Earl Dwire,
John Hamilton, and Paul Panzer.
- As the bearded gendarme in Universal's classic horror Son of Frankenstein (1939), directed by Rowland V. Lee.
Starring Basil Rathbone, Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Josephine Hutchinson, and Lionel Atwill,
splendidly supported by Donnie Dunagan, Emma Dunn, Edgar Norton, Perry Ivins, Lawrence Grant,
Lionel Belmore, Michael Mark, Gustav von Seyffertitz, Lorimer Johnston, Tom Ricketts,
Ward Bond, Ed Cassidy, Harry Cording, Dwight Frye, Eddie Parker and Bud Wolfe.
With unforgettable music by Frank Skinner (arranged by Hans J. Salter), makeup by Jack P. Pierce, and special effects by John P. Fulton.
- Still briefly seen in a bit part he lost to another actor in 20th Century Fox's The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939), directed by Sidney Lanfield.
Cording originally played the part of the escaped convict hiding on the moors, but when the picture was completed, the producers
didn't think he looked convincingly half-starved, and reshot his scenes with Nigel de Brulier -- all but a fleeting glimpse of Cording as the convict's
corpse discovered by Holmes and Watson!
Starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce, with Richard Greene, Wendy Barrie, Lionel Atwill, John Carradine, Barlowe Borland,
Beryl Mercer, Morton Lowry, Ralph Forbes, E.E. Clive, Eily Malyon, Nigel de Brulier, Mary Gordon (as Mrs. Hudson), Peter Willis,
Ivan Simpson, Ian MacLaren, John Burton, Denis Green, Evan Thomas, and Chief as "The Hound."
- As "Cragin" in 20th Century Fox's The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939), directed by Alfred Werker.
Starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce, with George Zucco (as the archfiend Professor Moriarty), Ida Lupino, Alan Marshal, Terry Kilburn,
Henry Stephenson, E.E. Clive, Arthur Hohl, May Beatty, Peter Willes, Mary Gordon, Holmes Herbert, George Regas, Mary Forbes, Frank Dawson,
William Austin and Anthony Kemble-Cooper.
- As the lead murderer of the children (Donnie Dunagan from Son of Frankenstein is one of them) in Tower of London (1939),directed by Rowland V. Lee.
Starring Basil Rathbone, Boris Karloff and Vincent Price, with towering support from an epic cast of familiar characters actors,
including Barbara O'Neil , Ian Hunter, Nan Grey, Ernest Cossart, John Sutton, Leo G. Carroll, Miles Mander, Lionel Belmore, Rose Hobart, Ralph Forbes,
Walter Tetley, Donnie Dunagan, Ernie Adams, Richard Alexander, Reginald Barlow, Ted Billings, Stanley Blystone, Nigel De Brulier, John George,
Robert Greig, Frank Hagney, Holmes Herbert, Murdock MacQuarrie, Michael Mark and C. Montague Shaw.
- As "Creepy," a rowdy cowboy in the western classic Destry Rides Again (1939), directed by George Marshall.
Starring James Stewart, Marlene Dietrich and Brian Donlevy.
With rip-roaring support from Charles Winninger, Allen Jenkins, Warren Hymer, Irene Hervey, Una Merkel, Billy Gilbert, Samuel S. Hinds,
Jack Carson, Tom Fadden, Richard Alexander, Chief John Big Tree, Billy Bletcher, George Chesebro, and Minerva Urecal.
- As the miner saying "keep the wig on Willie" in The Invisible Man Returns (1940), directed by Joe May,
from a story by May and Curt SIodmak suggested by H. G. Wells' classic novel.
Starring VIncent Price, Nan Grey and Cedric Hardwicke, very visibly supported by
Nan Grey, John Sutton, Cecil Kellaway, Alan Napier, Forrester Harvey, Ernie Adams, Billy Bevan,
Rex Evans, Mary Gordon, and Leyland Hodgson.
- As "Blacksmith Hawkins" in The House of the Seven Gables (1940), directed by Joe May, based on the novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Starring George Sanders, Vincent Price, Margaret Lindsay, Dick Foran, Nan Grey, Cecil Kellaway, Alan Napier , Gilbert Emery,
Miles Mander, Charles Trowbridge, Robert Dudley, Murdock MacQuarrie, Michael Mark, Edgar Norton, Hugh Sothern, and Harry Woods.
- As a deputy in the uplifting Depression saga The Grapes of Wrath (1940), a masterpiece directed by the great John Ford,
based on John Steinbeck's novel.
Starring Henry Fonda, Jane Darwell, John Carradine (possibly his greatest role), Charley Grapewin, Dorris Bowdon,
Russell Simpson, O.Z. Whitehead, John Qualen, Eddie Quillan, Zeffie Tilbury, Frank Sully, Frank Darien, Darryl Hickman, Shirley Mills,
Roger Imhof, Grant Mitchell, Ward Bond, Harry Tyler, William Pawley, Charles Middleton, Eddy Waller, Paul Guilfoyle,
Joe Sawyer, Frank Faylen, Irving Bacon, Kitty McHugh, Trevor Bardette, James Flavin, Francis Ford, Mae Marsh,
Walter McGrail, Walter Miller, Jack Pennick, and Tom Tyler.
- As a slavemaster in the classic Warner Bros. adventure The Sea Hawk (1940), directed by Michael Curtiz.
Starring Errol Flynn, Brenda Marshall, and Claude Rains, with Donald Crisp, Flora Robson, Alan Hale, Henry Daniell,
Una O'Connor, James Stephenson, Gilbert Roland, William Lundigan, Montagu Love, J.M. Kerrigan, David Bruce, Fritz Leiber,
Francis McDonald, Pedro de Cordoba, Ian Keith, Jack La Rue, Halliwell Hobbes, Victor Varconi, Robert Warwick, Edgar Buchanan,
Leyland Hodgson, Frank Lackteen, Lester Matthews, Gerald Mohr, Leonard Mudie, Nestor Paiva, Jay Silverheels, and Frederick Worlock.
- As dog heavy "Wade Garson" in the Republic serial King of the Royal Mounted (1940),
directed by John English and William Witney, suggested by stories by Zane Grey.
Starring Allan Lane, Robert Strange, Robert Kellard, Lita Conway, Herbert Rawlinson, Bryant Washburn, Budd Buster, Stanley Andrews,
John Davidson , John Dilson, Lucien Prival, Norman Willis, George DeNormand, Bud Geary, Ted Mapes, Dick Simmons, Dale Van Sickel.
- As crooked construction foreman "Dannick" in the Columbia serial The Green Hornet Strikes Again (1941),
directed by Directed by Ford Beebe, John Rawlins and Ray Taylor, based on the radio show.
Starring Warren Hull and Keye Luke,
with rough-and-tumble supporting players including Wade Boteler, Anne Nagel, Eddie Acuff, Pierre Watkin, William Forrest,
C. Montague Shaw, Roy Barcroft, Al Bridge , Lane Chandler, Tristram Coffin, Louise Currie, Dick Curtis, Karl Hackett,
Frank Hagney, Bob Kortman, Ethan Laidlaw, Tom London, Pierce Lyden, John Merton, Nestor Paiva, Jason Robards Sr.,
Walter Sande, Harry Strang, Forrest Taylor and Ray Teal.
- As "Wykes," one of the villagers searching for Universal's classic original horror icon The Wolf Man (1941),
written by Curt Siodmak and directed by George Waggner.
Starring Lon Chaney Jr., Evelyn Ankers, Claude Rains, Maria Ouspenskaya and Bela Lugosi,
with a superb supporting cast including Warren William, Ralph Bellamy, Patric Knowles, J.M. Kerrigan, Fay Helm,
Forrester Harvey, Jessie Arnold, Gibson Gowland, Leyland Hodgson, Olaf Hytten, Kurt Katch,
Doris Lloyd, Ottola Nesmith and Eddie Polo.
- As "Frone" in Universal's fourth film in this series, The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942), directed by Erle C. Kenton.
Starring Lon Chaney, Jr. (taking over the Monster role from Boris Karloff), Bela Lugosi (returning as Ygor from Son),
Cedric Hardwicke, and Evelyn Ankers, with a haunting supporting cast including
Lionel Atwill, Ralph Bellamy, Janet Ann Gallow (the little girl), Barton Yarborough, Doris Lloyd, Leyland Hodgson,
Olaf Hytten, Holmes Herbert, Richard Alexander, Lionel Belmore, Colin Clive (archive footage), George Eldredge,
Dwight Frye, Lawrence Grant, Brandon Hurst, and Michael Mark.
- As "Camberwell," a Limehouse pub patron in Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror (1942), directed by John Rawlins.
Starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce, with Evelyn Ankers, Henry Daniell, Thomas Gomez, Reginald Denny, Montagu Love, Olaf Hytten,
Leyland Hodgson, Charles Jordan, George Sherwood, Donald Stuart, Rudolph Anders, Edgar Barrier, Robert Barron, Arthur Blake,
Hillary Brooke, Leslie Denison, Herbert Evans, Mary Gordon, Alec Harford, Gavin Muir, John Rogers, Arthur Stenning, Harry Stubbs and John Wilde.
- As minor heavy "Sam Gregg" in Universal's western serial Overland Mail (1942), directed by Ford Beebe and John Rawlins.
Starring Lon Chaney Jr. (in a rare heroic western role), Helen Parrish, Don Terry, Noah Beery Jr. and Noah Beery,
with rootin' tootin' support from Tom Chatterton, Charles Stevens, Marguerite De La Motte, Jack Rockwell,
Carleton Young, Ethan Laidlaw, Chief Many Treaties, Chief Thundercloud, Edmund Cobb, Iron Eyes Cody,
William Desmond, Henry Hall, Jack O'Shea , Tom Steele, Forrest Taylor and Ray Teal.
- As " Vic," a farmer whose sleep is disturbed by Kharis shuffling by his bedroom window in
Universal's The Mummy's Tomb (1942), directed by Harold Young.
Starring Lon Chaney Jr. (in the first of his three "Kharis" performances),
Turhan Bey, Elyse Knox, Dick Foran, and Wallace Ford, with a great cast of dry and dusty favorites
including Frank Reicher, John Hubbard , George Zucco, Virginia Brissac, Cliff Clark,
Mary Gordon, Emmett Vogan, Grace Cunard, Frank Darien,
Fern Emmett, Otto Hoffman,
Lew Kelly, Rex Lease, Guy Usher, Eddy Waller and Glenn Strange!
(AND, in stock footage from the previous film in the series, The Mummy's Hand:
Tom Tyler as Kharis, Peggy Moran, Cecil Kellaway, Charles Trowbridge, Sig Arno, Leon Belasco, and James Crane.)
- As Professor Moriarty's henchman "Jack Brady," a ship's carpenter in Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon (1942), directed by Roy William Neill.
Starring Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce and Lionel Atwill (a great Professor Moriarty), Kaaren Verne, Dennis Hoey (Inspector Lestrade), Harry Woods, Holmes Herbert,
Mary Gordon, George Burr MacAnnan, Paul Fix, Leyland Hodgson, Henry Victor, Harold de Becker, Vicki Campbell, Paul Bryar, Rudolph Anders,
James Craven, George Eldredge, Paul Fix, Leyland Hodgson, Guy Kingsford,
Michael Mark, Henry Victor and Harry Woods.
- As a man who flails the mayor in a flashback in For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943),
directed by Sam Wood, based on the novel by Ernest Hemingway.
Starring Gary Cooper, Ingrid Bergman, Akim Tamiroff and Katina Paxinou,
with irresistable support from
Arturo de Córdova, Vladimir Sokoloff, Mikhail Rasumny, Fortunio Bonanova, Eric Feldary,
Victor Varconi, Joseph Calleia, Alexander Granach, Adia Kuznetzoff, Duncan Renaldo, Frank Puglia,
Pedro de Cordoba, Michael Visaroff, Martin Garralaga, Feodor Chaliapin Jr., Dick Botiller, Yakima Canutt,
Eduardo Ciannelli, George Coulouris, Yvonne De Carlo, Frank Lackteen, Pedro Regas and Konstantin Shayne.
- As "Mahmoud," protector of the young prince in Universal's delirious "Arabian Nights" fantasy
Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (1944),
directed by Arthur Lubin.
Starring Maria Montez, Jon Hall (Ali Baba), and Turhan Bey, with an exotic cast including
Kurt Katch (as the villain Hulagu Khan), Frank Puglia, Andy Devine, Fortunio Bonanova, Moroni Olsen, Ramsay Ames,
Chris-Pin Martin, Scotty Beckett (Mahmoud's charge, Ali Baba as a child), Yvette Duguay, Noel Cravat, Jimmy Conlin,
Richard Alexander, William 'Wee Willie' Davis, Rex Evans, Ethan Laidlaw, Pierce Lyden, Art Miles,
Pedro Regas, Harry Woods, and Angelo Rossitto.
- As a villain, "Captain Greeder," in Chapters 1-3 of the pretty good Universal serial The Great Alaskan Mystery (1944),
directed by Lewis D. Collins and Ray Taylor.
Starring Milburn Stone, Marjorie Weaver, and Ralph Morgan, with good, bad and ugly support from
Martin Kosleck, Edgar Kennedy, Samuel S. Hinds, Joseph Crehan, Fuzzy Knight, Anthony Warde,
Jay Novello, Tom Keene, Edmund Cobb, Jack Ingram, and Jack Rockwell.
- As "Fred Garvin" (villainous henchman on roof) in Sherlock Holmes and the Spider Woman (1944), directed by Roy William Neill.
Starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce, with Gale Sondergaard (as Adrea Spedding, the "Spider Woman"),
Vernon Downing, Dennis Hoey, Arthur Hohl, Mary Gordon, Angelo Rossitto (Obongo, the pygmy), and Gene Roth.
- As "George Gelder," whose shop manufactured the "Six Napoleons"
in one of the best of Universal's Sherlock Holmes series, The Pearl of Death (1944), directed by Roy William Neill.
Starring Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, and Evelyn Ankers, with Dennis Hoey, Miles Mander, Ian Wolfe, Charles Francis, Holmes Herbert,
Mary Gordon, Billy Bevan, Leyland Hodgson, and Rondo Hatton in his breakthrough role as "The Hoxton Creeper."
- As a policeman in the low-budget horror classic Bluebeard (1944), directed by Edgar G. Ulmer.
Starring John Carradine, Jean Parker and Nils Asther, with
Ludwig Stössel, George Pembroke, Teala Loring, Sonia Sorel (Carradine's wife from 1945-56: mother of Keith and Robert;
stepmother of David and Bruce Carradine),
Iris Adrian, Henry Kolker, Emmett Lynn, Anne Sterling, Frank Darien and George Irving.
- As the police chief in Lost in a Harem (1944), directed by Charles Reisner.
Starring Bud Abbott and Lou Costello, with comical support from
Marilyn Maxwell, John Conte, Douglass Dumbrille, Murray Leonard, Adia Kuznetzoff, Milton Parsons,
Ralph Sanford, Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Richard Alexander, Feodor Chaliapin Jr., Heinie Conklin, Jimmy Conlin,
Jack 'Tiny' Lipson, Virginia Mayo, Art Miles, Jay Silverheels, Sammy Stein, Harry Wilson, Bud Wolfe, Duke York -- and Tor Johnson!
- As "First Bobby" in the atmospheric mad doctor thriller The Man in Half Moon Street (1945), directed by Ralph Murphy.
Starring Nils Asther and Helen Walker, with
Reinhold Schünzel, Paul Cavanagh, Edmund Breon, Matthew Boulton, Brandon Hurst, Morton Lowry,
Forrester Harvey, Ernie Adams, Norman Ainsley, Leyland Hodgson, Frank Moran, Konstantin Shayne and Reginald Sheffield.
- As surly, suspicious, bearded "Captain John Simpson" in Sherlock Holmes and the House of Fear (1945),
directed by Roy William Neill.
Starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce, with Aubrey Mather, Paul Cavanagh, Dennis Hoey, Holmes Herbert, Sally Shepherd, Gavin Muir,
Florette Hillier, David Clyde, Doris Lloyd, Cyril Delevanti, Wilson Benge, Richard Alexander, Leslie Denison, and Alec Craig.
- As "Mock" in Terror by Night (1946), directed by Roy William Neill.
Starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce, with Alan Mowbray, Dennis Hoey, Mary Forbes, Renee Godfrey,
Frederick Worlock, Gerald Hamer, Leyland Hodgson, Billy Bevan, C. Aubrey Smith and Skelton Knaggs.
- As "Hamid, Cavanaugh's driver" in Dressed to Kill (1946), directed by Roy William Neill.
Starring Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce and Patricia Morrison, with Edmund Breon, Frederick Worlock,
Holmes Herbert, Leyland Hodgson, Mary Gordon, Ian Wolfe,
Ted Billings, Lillian Bronson, Charlie Hall, Olaf Hytten, and Guy Kingsford.
- As "Track heavy #2" in the Universal serial Dangers of the Canadian Mounted (1948),
directed by Fred C. Brannon and Yakima Canutt.
Starring Jim Bannon and Virginia Belmont,
with Anthony Warde, Dorothy Granger, Tom Steele, Dale Van Sickel, I. Stanford Jolley,
Ted Adams, Eddie Parker, Holly Bane, John Crawford, Ted Mapes, House Peters Jr., Marshall Reed,
David Sharpe, Ken Terrell, Robert J. Wilke, and Bud Wolfe.
- As a gambler lending atmosphere to the great western version of "Mutiny on the Bounty," Red River (1948),
directed by Howard Hawks.
Starring John Wayne, Montgomery Clift, Joanne Dru, and Walter Brennan, with
a great supporitng cast of rawhide regulars including John Ireland,
Coleen Gray, Harry Carey, Noah Beery Jr., Harry Carey Jr.,
Chief Yowlachie, Paul Fix, Hank Worden, Mickey Kuhn, Ray Hyke, Wally Wales,
Lane Chandler, Richard Farnsworth, Paul Fierro, George Lloyd, Pierce Lyden, John Merton,
Ivan Parry, Lee Phelps, William Self, Dan White, Shelley Winters, Glenn Strange, and Tom Tyler.
- As a policeman in the film noir crime drama Kiss the Blood Off My Hands (1948), directed by Norman Foster.
Starring Joan Fontaine and Burt Lancaster,
with Robert Newton, Lewis L. Russell, Jay Novello, Reginald Sheffield, Leyland Hodgson, John George,
Frank Hagney, and Harry Wilson.
- As a "rough character in park," heckling a women's suffrage rally,
in Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1953), directed by Charles Lamont.
Starring Abbott & Costello and Boris Karloff,
with Craig Stevens, Helen Westcott, Reginald Denny, John Dierkes, Eddie Parker (doubling for Karloff as Mr. Hyde),
James Audrey , Clyde Cook, Henry Corden, Gil Perkins, David Sharpe, Ken Terrell, and Harry Wilson.
(Classic Horror Film Board contributor "htg1941" notes: "In a gravel voice he shouts,
'You and your yowling females! Why don't you go back to the kitchen wherre you belong!'
And promptly starts a fracas!")
- As "Sergeant Bates" in the "Jack the Ripper" thriller Man in the Attic (1953), directed by Hugo Fregonese.
Starring Jack Palance and Constance Smith, with Byron Palmer,
Frances Bavier, Rhys Williams, Sean McClory, Lester Matthews,
Lilian Bond, and Isabel Jewell.
- As "Superintendant Saunders" in the "Bomba the Jungle Boy" programmer, Killer Leopard (1954),
directed by Ford Beebe.
Starring Johnny Sheffield as Bomba,
with Beverly Garland, Barry Bernard, Leonard Mudie, Russ Conway, Rory Mallinson, Charles Stevens, Roy Glenn, and Guy Kingsford.
- As "Dan Shanks" in the Bowery Boys comedy Jungle Gents (1954), directed by Edward Bernds.
Starring Leo Gorcey and Huntz Hall, with Bernard Gorcey, Laurette Luez,
Rudolph Anders, David Gorcey, Benny Bartlett, Emory Parnell, Ned Glass, Roy Glenn, John Harmon, Emil Sitka,
Woody Strode, and Clint Walker (as Tarzan).
- As the bouncer at the gym in Elia Kazan's film of the Steinbeck novel East of Eden (1955), directed by Elia Kazan,
based on John Steinbeck's novel.
Starring James Dean, Julie Harris and Raymond Massey,
with Burl Ives, Richard Davalos, Jo Van Fleet, Albert Dekker,
Nick Dennis, Timothy Carey, Wheaton Chambers, Franklyn Farnum , John George, Jonathan Haze,
Earle Hodgins, Carolyn Jones, and Pat Priest.
Go Back to BOOS WHO Classic Horror Players Directory List
Last revised May 10, 2007 by George "E-gor" Chastain.
Maintained by George "E-gor" Chastain