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Louis Calhern

Louis Calhern

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  • Louis Calhern-always dynamic !

    • Roy Earle
    • 2014-09-04

    Louis Calhern, who often played a conniving but likeable character(eg, wicked uncle Willie in high society), lent so much to the many movies he played in through the years. From the thirties into the fifties Calhern was there with a sharp and articulate tongue. Every line distinct, his presence was dynamic, distinguished and his acting superb. His skills spawned the silent era, cinema and the theater an unusual combination. Finding this in today's world would be a rare triumph indeed.

  • Classic Actor

    • Sissy
    • 2014-02-10

    I was watching TCM the other morning and came across "The Magnificent Yankee" w/ Louis Calhern what a delightful movie, and he played it so well. It was made in black and white, but one could hardly notice because it was such a wonderful film. So much history about the man Louis played. I couldn't walk away from the movie, just loved it so very much. I've seen him in other films and always a delight to watch him. He was classic Hollywood.

  • LOUIS CALHERN -- Star

    • julia pryor
    • 2007-11-16

    Mr. Calhern was fabulous. I am watching The Asphalt Jungle now and watched The Prince And The Pauper a few weeks ago. I thoroughly enjoy watching this actor. He was brilliant. Will you all do a marathon on him, please? Thanks TCM.

  • a supreme craftsman

    • michael york
    • 2006-09-29

    had a great career in the theatre as he went back and forth between hoolywood and broadway for the first 20 years in film watch his performance in notorious again if you can tear yourself away from grant and bergman which may be hard his is a canny performance among so many others also read brandos autobiography for some good calhern stories

  • LOUIS CALHERN Star

    • Danny McCormick
    • 2006-05-04

    In his lifetime the brilliant actor, Louis Calhern strolled onto many studio sets with his larger than life presence (like John Wayne)and was instantly recognized. He had what was known as star quality and played many outstanding roles. Passing away in 1956 he left a legacy of top notch movies and will live on in them. A silver screen star.

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