Guy Kibbee


Actor
Guy Kibbee

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

3 Godfathers (1949)
The judge
Fort Apache (1948)
Dr. Wilkins
The Romance of Rosy Ridge (1947)
Cal Baggett
The Red Stallion (1947)
Dr. Thompson
Over the Santa Fe Trail (1947)
Biscuits
Gentleman Joe Palooka (1946)
Uncle Charlie
Lone Star Moonlight (1946)
Amos Norton
Singing on the Trail (1946)
Dusty Wyatt
Cowboy Blues (1946)
Dusty Nelson
The Horn Blows at Midnight (1945)
Chief
Dixie Jamboree (1944)
Captain Jackson
Girl Crazy (1943)
Dean Phineas Armour
Cinderella Swings It (1943)
Scattergood Baines
Power of the Press (1943)
Ulysses Bradford
Tish (1942)
Judge Horace Bowser
Scattergood Rides High (1942)
Scattergood Baines
Scattergood Survives a Murder (1942)
Scattergood Baines
Miss Annie Rooney (1942)
Grandpop [Timothy Rooney, Sr.]
This Time for Keeps (1942)
Harry Bryant
Whistling in Dixie (1942)
Judge George Lee
There's One Born Every Minute (1942)
[Lester] Caldwalader [Sr.]
Sunday Punch (1942)
"Pops" Muller
Design for Scandal (1941)
Judge Graham
Scattergood Pulls the Strings (1941)
Scattergood Baines
Scattergood Baines (1941)
Scattergood Baines
Scattergood Meets Broadway (1941)
Scattergood Baines
It Started with Eve (1941)
Bishop
Our Town (1940)
Mr. [Charlie] Webb
Street of Memories (1940)
Harry Brent
Chad Hanna (1940)
[A. D.] Huguenine
Let Freedom Ring (1939)
[Judge] David Bronson
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)
Governor [Hubert] Hopper
Bad Little Angel (1939)
Luther Marvin
It's a Wonderful World (1939)
Cap Streeter
Henry Goes Arizona (1939)
Judge Van Treece
Babes in Arms (1939)
Judge Black
Rich Man, Poor Girl (1938)
Pa Thayer
Three Comrades (1938)
Alfons
Of Human Hearts (1938)
George Ames
Three Loves Has Nancy (1938)
Pa Briggs
Joy of Living (1938)
Dennis [Garret]
The Bad Man of Brimstone (1937)
[Francis X.] "Eightball" Harrigan
Riding on Air (1937)
[J. Rutherford] Doc Waddington
The Big Shot (1937)
Dr. Bertram Simms
Don't Tell the Wife (1937)
Malcolm J. Winthrop
Jim Hanvey, Detective (1937)
James Wilford Hanvey
Mama Steps Out (1937)
Leonard Cuppy
Mountain Justice (1937)
Dr. [John] Barnard
Stage Struck (1936)
Captain January (1936)
Captain January
The Big Noise (1936)
Julius Trent
The Captain's Kid (1936)
Asa Plunkett
Earthworm Tractors (1936)
Sam Johnson
M'liss (1936)
Washoe Smith
Three Men on a Horse (1936)
Carver
Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936)
Mr. Hobbs
I Married a Doctor (1936)
Samuel Clark
Captain Blood (1935)
Hagthorpe
While the Patient Slept (1935)
Lance O'Leary
Mary Jane's Pa (1935)
Sam Preston
Going Highbrow (1935)
Matt Upshaw
I Live for Love (1935)
[George] Henderson
Don't Bet on Blondes (1935)
Col. Youngblood
Wonder Bar (1934)
Simpson
Easy to Love (1934)
Justice of the peace
Dames (1934)
Horace [P. Hemingway]
Babbitt (1934)
George F. Babbitt
The Merry Frinks (1934)
Uncle Newt Frink
Big Hearted Herbert (1934)
Herbert [Kalness]
Merry Wives of Reno (1934)
Tom [Fraser]
Harold Teen (1934)
Pa Lovewell
Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933)
[Faneuil H.] Peabody
The World Changes (1933)
[James] Clafin
Footlight Parade (1933)
[Sy] Gould
Convention City (1933)
George Ellerbe
Girl Missing (1933)
Kenneth Van Dusen
42nd Street (1933)
Abner Dillon
Lady for a Day (1933)
Judge [Henry D.] Blake [also known as Judge E. Worthington Manville]
Havana Widows (1933)
Deacon Jones
The Life of Jimmy Dolan (1933)
Phlaxer
Lilly Turner (1933)
Doc McGill
The Silk Express (1933)
McDuff
They Just Had to Get Married (1933)
Man Wanted (1932)
Devins
The Mouthpiece (1932)
Bartender
High Pressure (1932)
Clifford Gray
The Crowd Roars (1932)
Pop Greer
Rain (1932)
Joe Horn
Big City Blues (1932)
Hummell
Crooner (1932)
Mike
Union Depot (1932)
Scrap Iron Scratch
Two Seconds (1932)
Bookie
The Dark Horse (1932)
Zachary Hicks
Central Park (1932)
Charlie
Winner Take All (1932)
Pop Slavin
Scarlet Dawn (1932)
Murphy
Fireman Save My Child (1932)
Pop Devlin
The Strange Love of Molly Louvain (1932)
Pop
Taxi! (1932)
Pop Riley
The Conquerors (1932)
Dr. Daniel Blake
Play Girl (1932)
Finkelwald
So Big (1932)
August Hemple
Stolen Heaven (1931)
Police commissioner
Flying High (1931)
Mr. Smith
Blonde Crazy (1931)
Rupert Johnson
City Streets (1931)
Pop Cooley
Side Show (1931)
"Pop" Colonel Gowdy
New Adventures of Get Rich Quick Wallingford (1931)
[Sergeant] McGonigal
Laughing Sinners (1931)
Cass Wheeler
Man of the World (1931)
Harold Taylor

Cast (Short)

Week End in Hollywood (1947)
"Behind the Movie Lens" Subject: On Location with The Bad Man (1937)
Himself
And She Learned About Dames (1934)
Himself
Hollywood Newsreel (1934)
Himself
Position & Back Swing (1933)
The Big Irons (1931)
Himself

Life Events

Photo Collections

Lady for a Day - Movie Poster
Lady for a Day - Movie Poster

Videos

Movie Clip

Crowd Roars, The (1932) - You're Under Contract Joining director Howard Hawks’ action, exteriors shot apparently at Ventura Speedway near Los Angeles, famous pro driver Joe (James Cagney) toying with ambitious younger brother Eddie (Eric Linden), their first run on a track together, in Warner Bros.’ The Crowd Roars, 1932.
Crowd Roars, The (1932) - You Don't Always Get Killed Champion race driver Joe (James Cagney) with sidekick Spud (Frank McHugh) back at the hometown auto shop for the first time in years with dad (Guy Kibbee) and kid brother (Eric Linden) who, it transpires, has ambitions to become a top driver himself, in Warner Bros.’ The Crowd Roars, 1932.
Taxi! (1932) - What About Ellis Island After scenes establishing New York taxi conflict, we meet Matt (James Cagney) with a comical cop and fare (Robert Emmett O'Connor, Hector Sarno), then a shot of Columbus Circle where Pop (Guy Kibbee) tangles with a fixer (David Landau), early in Taxi!, 1932.
Lady For A Day (1933) - Open, Apples Opening credits and first scene featuring Annie (May Robson) and a cop (Ward Bond) from Frank Capra's Lady For A Day, 1933, from a Damon Runyon story, also starring Warren William.
Lady For A Day (1933) - In Your Own Vernacular We’ve just met Guy Kibbee as “Judge” Blake, engaged in a pool hustle (Irving Bacon the dupe) when Shakespeare (Nat Pendleton) arrives, representing Dave the Dude (Warren William), to recruit him as a stand-in husband for dolled-up Apple Annie (May Robson), with Ned Sparks as Happy and Glenda Farrell as Missouri, in Frank Capra’s Lady For A Day, 1933, from a Damon Runyon story.
Rain (1932) - I Came From Kansas Once Myself Director Lewis Milestone doing a roll call introducing W. Somerset Maugham's characters, notably Dr. MacPhail (Matt Moore), "reformer" Davidson (Walter Huston), innkeeper Horn (Guy Kibbee) and finally the star Joan Crawford as "Sadie Thompson," in Rain, 1932.
Dames (1934) - We're Thirteenth Cousins Kooky moral-crusader zillionaire Ounce (Hugh Herbert) and aide (Johnny Arthur) advise cousin Hemingway (Guy Kibbee) that his daughter (Ruby Keeler) must avoid cousin Jimmy (Dick Powell) if they want that inheritance, which she isn’t, song by Sammy Fain and Irving Kahal, early in Dames, 1934.
Dames (1934) - I Was With The Jolly Widows Filthy rich morality nut Ounce (Hugh Herbert) on the train from Buffalo with cousin Horace (Guy Kibbee), who is giddy about the inheritance he’s getting, contingent on good behavior, thus panicked by the fleshy appearance of Joan Blondell as showgirl Mabel, in Warner Bros.’ Dames, 1934.
Of Human Hearts (1938) - Other People's Clothes Just arrived on the Ohio frontier, young Jason (Gene Reynolds) meets Annie (Leatrice Gilbert, John's daughter) as his preacher father (Walter Huston) and mother (Beulah Bondi) get settled, early in Of Human Hearts, 1938.
Of Human Hearts (1938) - I'm Going To Bleed You Ames (Guy Kibbee) is persuaded by Dr. Shingle (Charles Coburn) and congregation to give a raise to Rev. Wilkins (Walter Huston), whose son Jason (James Stewart) pursues sweetheart Annie (Ann Rutherford) afterward, in Of Human Hearts, 1938.
Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936) - When This You See Ceddie (Freddie Bartholomew, title character), in his last goodbye in Brooklyn, visits his grocer friend Hobbs (Guy Kibbee), bearing gifts he’s bought with money sent by his British nobleman grandfather, who’s moving him to England, in David O. Selznick’s Little Lord Fauntleroy, 1936.
Horn Blows At Midnight, The (1945) - Open, 3rd Trumpet Heavenly trappings in the opening title sequence and Jack Benny (as "Athanael") and Alexis Smith (as "Elizabeth") enduring life in a radio orchestra, from Raoul Walsh's The Horn Blows at Midnight, 1945.

Trailer

Family

Milton Kibbee
Brother
Guy Kibbee
Son
CUNY chancellor.

Bibliography