Tully Marshall


Actor
Tully Marshall

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Frankie and Alice (2010)
Behind Prison Walls (1943)
James J. "J. J." MacGlennon
Hitler's Madman (1943)
Professor
Ball of Fire (1942)
Prof. Robinson
This Gun for Hire (1942)
Alvin Brewster
Moontide (1942)
Mr. Simpson
Ten Gentlemen from West Point (1942)
Grandpa
For Beauty's Sake (1941)
Julius H. Pringle
Sergeant York (1941)
Uncle Lige
Youth Will Be Served (1940)
Rufus Britt
Go West (1940)
Dan Wilson
Chad Hanna (1940)
Mr. Mott
Brigham Young--Frontiersman (1940)
Judge
The Kid from Texas (1939)
Adam Lambert
Blue Montana Skies (1939)
Steve
Invisible Stripes (1939)
Old Peter
A Yank at Oxford (1938)
Cephas
Making the Headlines (1938)
Stuart Hackett
Arsene Lupin Returns (1938)
[Papa] Monelle
Mr. Boggs Steps Out (1938)
Morton [P.] Ross
Hold That Kiss (1938)
Mr. Lazarus
College Swing (1938)
Grandpa Alden
She Asked for It (1937)
Old Man Stettin
Stand-In (1937)
Fowler Pettypacker
Hold 'Em Navy! (1937)
The "Admiral"
California Straight Ahead (1937)
Harrison
Souls at Sea (1937)
Pecora
Black Fury (1935)
[Tommy] Poole
Diamond Jim (1935)
Minister
A Tale of Two Cities (1935)
Woodcutter
Massacre (1934)
Murder on the Blackboard (1934)
MacFarland
Corruption (1933)
Gorman
Night of Terror (1933)
[Professor] Richard Rinehart
Laughing at Life (1933)
Stone
Broken Lullaby (1932)
Gravedigger
Scarface (1932)
Managing editor
Cabin in the Cotton (1932)
Slick [Harkness]
Scandal for Sale (1932)
Simpkins
Night Court (1932)
Grogan
Red Dust (1932)
McQuarg
The Hatchet Man (1932)
Long Sen Yat
Beast of the City (1932)
Michaels
Klondike (1932)
Editor Hinman
Arséne Lupin (1932)
Gourney-Martin
Afraid to Talk (1932)
Anderson
Exposure (1932)
John Wardrobe
Two Fisted Law (1932)
Sheriff Malcolm
Strangers of the Evening (1932)
Robert Daniels
Grand Hotel (1932)
Gerstenkorn
The Last of the Mohicans (1932)
Hurricane Express (1932)
The Virtuous Husband (1931)
Ezra Hunniwell
Fighting Caravans (1931)
Jim Bridger
The Unholy Garden (1931)
Baron Louis de Jonghe
The Millionaire (1931)
Briggs
Mammy (1930)
Slats
Redemption (1930)
Artimiev
Burning Up (1930)
Dave Gentry
Dancing Sweeties (1930)
Pa Cleaver
She Couldn't Say No (1930)
Big John
Tom Sawyer (1930)
Muff Potter
Numbered Men (1930)
Lemuel Barnes
Murder Will Out (1930)
Dr. Mansfield
Under a Texas Moon (1930)
Aldrich
The Big Trail (1930)
Zeke
Common Clay (1930)
W. H. Yates
One Night at Susie's (1930)
Buckeye Bill
The Show of Shows (1929)
Skin Deep (1929)
Dr. Bruce Landon
Alias Jimmy Valentine (1929)
Avery
Redskin (1929)
Navajo Jim
The Trail of '98 (1929)
Salvation Jim
The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1929)
Townsman
Thunderbolt (1929)
Warden
Tiger Rose (1929)
Hector McCollins
The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu (1929)
Ambassador
Mad Hour (1928)
Lawyer
The Perfect Crime (1928)
Frisbie
Queen Kelly (1928)
Jan Vooyheid
Conquest (1928)
Dr. Gerry
Drums of Love (1928)
Bopi
Beware of Widows (1927)
Peter Chadwick
The Cat and the Canary (1927)
Roger Crosby
The Gorilla (1927)
William Townsend
Jim the Conqueror (1927)
Dave Mahler
The Torrent (1926)
Don Andreas
Old Loves and New (1926)
Hosein
Twinkletoes (1926)
Dad Minasi
Her Big Night (1926)
J. Q. Adams, reporter
The Merry Widow (1925)
Baron Sadoja
Clothes Make the Pirate (1925)
Scute, The Baker
The Talker (1925)
Henry Fells
Anything Once (1925)
Mr. Nixon
Smouldering Fires (1925)
Scotty
The Half-Way Girl (1925)
The Crab
The Pace That Thrills (1925)
Hezekiah Sims
The Right of the Strongest (1924)
"Mister" Sykes
Pagan Passions (1924)
Dr. Trask
The Covered Wagon (1924)
Bridger
Reckless Romance (1924)
Judge Somers
For Sale (1924)
Harrison Bates
Along Came Ruth (1924)
Israel Hubbard
Hold Your Breath (1924)
The Eccentric Collector
The Ridin' Kid From Powder River (1924)
The Spider
He Who Gets Slapped (1924)
Count Mancini
Passion's Pathway (1924)
Butler
The Stranger (1924)
The stranger
The Village Blacksmith (1923)
Ezra Brigham, The Squire
His Last Race (1923)
Mr. Strong
Richard, the Lion-Hearted (1923)
The Bishop of Tyre
Thundergate (1923)
Suen Tung [Lord of Thundergate]
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923)
Louis XI
The Dangerous Maid (1923)
Simon, the peddler
The Barefoot Boy (1923)
Tom Adams
Dangerous Trails (1923)
Steve Bradley
Defying Destiny (1923)
Dr. Gregory
The Brass Bottle (1923)
Professor Hamilton
Ponjola (1923)
Count Blauhimel
Fools and Riches (1923)
John Dorgan
Temporary Marriage (1923)
Hugh Manners, lawyer
The Law of the Lawless (1923)
Ali Mechmet
The Beautiful and Damned (1923)
Adam Patch
Let's Go (1923)
Ezra Sprowl
Her Temporary Husband (1923)
John Ingram
Broken Hearts of Broadway (1923)
Barney Ryan
Only a Shop Girl (1922)
Manager of Watkins' store
Is Matrimony a Failure? (1922)
Amos Saxby
Good Men and True (1922)
Fite
Penrod (1922)
Mr. Schofield
Any Night (1922)
Jerry Maguire, "The Weasel"
Deserted at the Altar (1922)
Squire Simpson
Too Much Business (1922)
Amos Comby
The Super-Sex (1922)
Mr. Higgins
Fools of Fortune (1922)
Scenery Sims
The Lying Truth (1922)
Horace Todd
Without Compromise (1922)
Samuel McAllister
The Ladder Jinx (1922)
Peter Stalton, retiring cashier
The Marriage Chance (1922)
Timothy Lamb
Hail the Woman (1921)
"Odd Jobs Man"
Silent Years (1921)
Captain Longville
Lotus Blossom (1921)
Quong Foo
The Cup of Life (1921)
Chan Chang
The Dancin' Fool (1920)
Charles Harkins
Sick Abed (1920)
Chalmers
The Little 'Fraid Lady (1920)
Giron
Double Speed (1920)
Donald McPherson
What Happened to Rosa (1920)
Percy Peacock
Excuse My Dust (1920)
President Mutchler
The Slim Princess (1920)
Papova
Honest Hutch (1920)
Thomas Gunnison
The Gift Supreme (1920)
Irving Stagg
Her Beloved Villain (1920)
Doctor Joseph Poulard
The Girl Who Stayed at Home (1919)
Cutie's old friend
Cheating Cheaters (1919)
Ira Lazarre
The Crimson Gardenia (1919)
Alfred Le Duc
The Grim Game (1919)
Richard Raver
The Life Line (1919)
Joe Heckett
The Fall of Babylon (1919)
The High Priest of Bel
Daughter of Mine (1919)
Papa Mendelsohn/Lord Noblebrow
The Lady of Red Butte (1919)
Spanish Editor
Maggie Pepper (1919)
Sam Darkin
Hawthorne of the U.S.A. (1919)
Nitchi
Her Kingdom of Dreams (1919)
Langley
Everywoman (1919)
Puff
Old Wives for New (1918)
Simcox
We Can't Have Everything (1918)
The director
The Whispering Chorus (1918)
H. P. Clumley
The Squaw Man (1918)
Sir John Applegate
The Man from Funeral Range (1918)
Frank Beekman
The Thing We Love (1918)
Henry D. Kenwood
Too Many Millions (1918)
Artemus Wilkins
M'liss (1918)
Judge McSnagley
Bound in Morocco (1918)
Ali Pah Shush
A Modern Musketeer (1917)
James Brown
Unconquered (1917)
Jake
The Countess Charming (1917)
Dr. John Cavendish
The Golden Fetter (1917)
Henry Slade
A Romance of the Redwoods (1917)
Sam Sparks
The Devil Stone (1917)
Silas Martin
Intolerance (1916)
The High Priest of Bel
Joan the Woman (1916)
L'Oiseleur
A Child of the Paris Streets (1916)
Jacques Dufrane
Let Katie Do It (1916)
Oliver Putnam
The Devil's Needle (1916)
David White
Oliver Twist (1916)
Fagin
Martha's Vindication (1916)
Sell Hawkins
The Sable Lorcha (1915)
Soy
Paid in Full (1914)
Joe Brooks

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

He Who Gets Slapped - The Revenge Lon Chaney is a circus clown preparing to spring his revenge in this scene from He Who Gets Slapped (1924).
Ball Of Fire (1942) - Two And Two Are Five Allen Jenkins is the garbage man, seeking trivia help from encyclopedia-writing professors (Oscar Homolka, Aubrey Mather, Richard Haydn, S.Z. Sakall et al), Potts (Gary Cooper) committing to new research, in Howard Hawks' Ball Of Fire, 1942.
Black Fury (1935) - It's My Coal! Miners’ union men Tommy (Tully Marshall) and Mike (John Qualen) are checking membership at the gate, the morning after their popular pal Joe (Paul Muni) got drunk after his girl dumped him, and accidentally joined a crooked anti-union uprising, led by agitator Kroner (J. Carrol Naish), in Warner Bros.’ Black Fury, 1935.
Arsene Lupin (1932) - Call Me Sir! Barrymore brothers (Lionel as detective "Guechard," John as "Duke Of Chamarace" AND the title character,) playing tricks on each other, early in the MGM hit Arsene Lupin, 1932.
Arsene Lupin (1932) - Even Before Breakfast Now dressed and at the party, Sonia (Karen Morley) is introduced by the Duke (John Barrymore, also the title character) to wealthy and befuddled Gourney-Martin (Tully Marshall), in Arsene Lupin, 1932.
Ball Of Fire (1942) - Know Anything About Zippers? Professors (Aubrey Mather, Henry Travers, Tully Marshall et al) diverting matron Miss Bragg (Kathleen Howard) when guest Sugarpuss (Barbara Stanwyck) appears, hurrying to join Potts (Gary Cooper), in Howard Hawks' Ball Of Fire, 1942.
One Night At Susie's (1930) - Will Your Underwear Fit Him? Broadway press agent Dick (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) introduces showgirl fianceè Mary (Billie Dove) to good-samaritan Susie (Helen Ware), boarding-house operator and his de-facto mom, who later deals with another tenant and her sort-of butler (Tully Marshall), in One Night At Susie’s, 1930.
Red Dust (1932) - Pollyanna The Glad Girl South Asian rubber plantation boss Carson (Clark Gable) and aide Mac (Tully Marshall) are lamenting the blunders of drunken colleague Guidon (Donald Crisp) when they discover he's brought Vantine (Jean Harlow) home, increasing frustration, early in MGM's hit Red Dust, 1932.
Grim Game, The (1919) - Circumstantial Evidence Evil rich old uncle Cameron (Thomas Jefferson) has summoned his doctor (Tully Marshall), who covets his ward Mary (Ann Forrest), to discuss an inheritance scheme, while she is meantime visited by trespassing reporter nephew Hanford (Harry Houdini), whom she prefers, in The Grim Game, 1919.
Souls At Sea (1937) - Sir Walter Raleigh Only Offered His Cape Now an agent for the Brits against slave traders, Gary Cooper (as sailor Taylor), disembarking Liverpool, meets fetching Margaret (Frances Dee), who aims to detain her brother Lt. Tarryton (Henry Wilcoxon), not knowing of his scheme with Pecora (Tully Marshall), in Souls At Sea, 1937.
Merry Widow, The (1925) - City In The Sky Director Erich von Stroheim going for scale from the opening, introducing "Monteblanco," the king (George Fawcett), queen (Josephine Crowell), evil baron (Tully Marshall) and unappealing crown prince (Roy D'Arcy), in the 1925 MGM version of The Merry Widow.
Merry Widow, The (1925) - Manhattan Follies All the kingdom of Monteblanco seems turned out to see the American troupe starring Sally O'Hara (Mae Murray), lusted after by the Baron (Tully Marshall), Crown Prince Mirko (Roy D'Arcy), and his less-evil younger brother Danilo (John Gilbert), in Erich von Stroheim's The Merry Widow, 1925.

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