October 2, 1890 - March 8, 1977
Born in Louisville, Kentucky, USA
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A Few Favorite Memories of Henry Hull
- As the escaped convict "Abel Magwitch,"
giving Pip what's coming to him after many years in Charles Dickens'
Great Expectations (1934), starring Phillips Holmes, Jane Wyatt, Florence Reed,
Rafaela Ottiano and Eily Malyon.
- As "Dr. Wilfred Glendon,", one of the great tragic figures in film, sacrificing everything for science in Werewolf of London (1935).
With Valerie Hobson, Warner Oland, Lester Matthews, Lawrence Grant, Ethel Griffies and Zeffie Tilbury.
Great makeup by Jack Pierce, great music by Karl Hajos.
- As "Dave Morris," Father Flanagan's Jewish friend who bankrolls Boys Town (1938). Starring Spencer Tracy
in one of his Best Actor performances, and featuring Mickey Rooney, Frankie Thomas and Bobs Watson.
- As "Dave Duvallo" in Miracles for Sale (1939), directed by Tod Browning,
and starring Robert Young, Florence Rice, Frank Craven and Gloria Holden.
- As "Doc Banton" in High Sierra (1941), directed by Raoul Walsh, starring Humphrey Bogart, Ida Lupino, Henry Travers and Barton MacLane.
- As "Charles D. 'Ritt' Rittenhouse," a rich man adrift in Alfred Hitchcock's Lifeboat (1944), starring Tallulah Bankhead, John Hodiak,
William Bendix, Walter Slezak, Hume Cronyn and Canada Lee.
- As "Eke" in the fantasy romance Portrait of Jennie (1948).
Directed by William Dieterle and featuring Jennifer Jones, Joseph Cotten,
Ethel Barrymore, Lillian Gish and Cecil Kellaway,
with a truly beautiful Bernard Herrmann score.
- As "Prudent" in the Jules Verne story Master of the World (1961), directed by William Witney, starring Vincent Price as "Robur"
(an airborne Captain Nemo) and Charles Bronson.
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