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Henry B. Walthall

Henry B. Walthall

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Also Known As: Henry Walthall Died: June 17, 1936
Born: March 16, 1878 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Shelby City, Alabama, USA Profession: actor

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The Last Outlaw (1936) Under Sheriff Calvin Yates
2.
 Hearts in Bondage (1936) Captain Buchanan
3.
 The Garden Murder Case (1936) Dr. Garden
4.
 China Clipper (1936) Dad Brunn
5.
 The Mine with the Iron Door (1936) David Burton
6.
 The Devil-Doll (1936) Marcel
7.
 A Tale of Two Cities (1935) Dr. Manette
8.
 Dante's Inferno (1935) Pop McWade
9.
 Judge Priest (1934) Rev. Ashby Brand
10.
 The Scarlet Letter (1934) [Doctor] Roger [Prynne] Chillingworth
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wife:
Mary Charleson. Actor. Died December 3, 1961 at age 76.

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Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

Walthall he studied law before going to New York and acting on Broadway. He entered films in 1910 at the request of D.W. Griffith and played in one of the first films ever made in Hollywood, "In Old California" in 1910. Brother of actress Anna Mae Walthall (1894-1950), he was married to actress Mary Charleson (1890-1961). Walthall passed away during the filming of "China Clipper" in 1936, shortly before he was to film his character's death scene.

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