Grant Mitchell


Actor
Grant Mitchell

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Who Killed Doc Robbin (1948)
Judge
The Corpse Came C.O.D. (1947)
Mitchell Edwards
Blondie's Anniversary (1947)
Samuel Breckenbridge
Blondie's Holiday (1947)
Samuel Breckenridge
Honeymoon (1947)
Crenshaw
It Happened on 5th Avenue (1947)
Farrow
Easy to Wed (1946)
Homer Henshaw
Leave Her to Heaven (1946)
Carlson
Colonel Effingham's Raid (1946)
Major Anthony T. Hickock
A Medal for Benny (1945)
Pantera's mayor, Smiley
Bring on the Girls (1945)
Uncle Ralph
Bedside Manner (1945)
Mr. Pope
Conflict (1945)
Dr. Grant
Guest Wife (1945)
Detective
Crime, Inc. (1945)
Wayne Clark
Laura (1944)
Corey
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)
Reverend Harper
Step Lively (1944)
Dr. Gibbs
See Here, Private Hargrove (1944)
Uncle George
The Impatient Years (1944)
Hotel clerk
And Now Tomorrow (1944)
Uncle Wallace
When the Lights Go on Again (1944)
Arnold Benson
Dixie (1943)
Mr. Mason
The Amazing Mrs. Holliday (1943)
Edgar [Holliday]
All by Myself (1943)
[J. D.] Gibbons
Larceny, Inc. (1942)
Mr. Aspinwall
The Gay Sisters (1942)
Gilbert Wheeler
The Man Who Came to Dinner (1942)
Mr. Ernest Stanley
My Sister Eileen (1942)
Walter Sherwood
Meet the Stewarts (1942)
Mr. [Pierce] Goodwin
Cairo (1942)
O. H. P. Boggs
Orchestra Wives (1942)
Dr. Wardrobe
Footsteps in the Dark (1941)
[Wellington] Carruthers
The Penalty (1941)
Judge
Nothing But the Truth (1941)
Mr. Bishop
One Foot in Heaven (1941)
Clayton Potter
The Feminine Touch (1941)
Dean Hutchinson
Tobacco Road (1941)
George Payne
The Bride Wore Crutches (1941)
E. J. Randall
The Great Lie (1941)
Joshua Mason
Skylark (1941)
Frederick Vantine
It All Came True (1940)
Rene Salmon
My Love Came Back (1940)
Dr. Kobbe
New Moon (1940)
Governor of New Orleans
We Who Are Young (1940)
Jones
Edison, the Man (1940)
Snade
The Grapes of Wrath (1940)
Caretaker
Castle on the Hudson (1940)
Dr. Ames
Juarez (1939)
Mr. Harris
The Secret of Dr. Kildare (1939)
John [Xerxes] Archley
Hell's Kitchen (1939)
[Hiram] Krispan
On Borrowed Time (1939)
Mr. [Ben] Pilbeam
6,000 Enemies (1939)
Warden Parkhurst
Father Is a Prince (1939)
John Bower
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)
Senator MacPherson
That Certain Age (1938)
Jeweler
Youth Takes a Fling (1938)
Mr. Duke
Women Are Like That (1938)
Mr. Snell
Peck's Bad Boy with the Circus (1938)
Mr. Peck
The Headleys at Home (1938)
Ernest Headley
Reformatory (1938)
Arnold Frayne
Lady Behave! (1938)
Burton Williams
Hollywood Hotel (1938)
B. L. Paulkin
First Lady (1937)
Ellsworth Ganning
The Last Gangster (1937)
Warden
Music for Madame (1937)
Robinson, District Attorney
The Life of Emile Zola (1937)
Georges Clemenceau
Piccadilly Jim (1936)
Herbert Pett
The Garden Murder Case (1936)
Markham
The Ex-Mrs. Bradford (1936)
John Summers
Moonlight Murder (1936)
Dr. Adams
My American Wife (1936)
Robert Cantillon
Parole! (1936)
Martin Crawford
Her Master's Voice (1936)
Mr. [Horace J.] Twilling
Next Time We Love (1936)
Michael Jennings
The Devil Is a Sissy (1936)
Paul Krump
Gold Diggers of 1935 (1935)
Louis Lamson
A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935)
Egeus, father to Hermia
Men Without Names (1935)
Andrew Webster
Broadway Gondolier (1935)
[E. V.] Richards
One More Spring (1935)
Sheridan
It's in the Air (1935)
W. R. Gridley
Straight from the Heart (1935)
Austin
Traveling Saleslady (1935)
Rufus Twitchell
In Person (1935)
Judge Thaddeus Parks
Seven Keys to Baldpate (1935)
Hayden
The Fighting Marines (1935)
The Cat's-Paw (1934)
"Silk Hat" McGee
Twenty Million Sweethearts (1934)
Sharpe
We're Rich Again (1934)
Wilbur [Page]
365 Nights in Hollywood (1934)
J. Walter Delmar
The Show-Off (1934)
Pa Fisher
One Exciting Adventure (1934)
Fussli
The Poor Rich (1934)
Tom Hopkins
Gridiron Flash (1934)
Howard Smith
The Secret Bride (1934)
Willis Martin
The Case of the Howling Dog (1934)
Claude Drumm
Dinner at Eight (1934)
Editor Loomis
Lilly Turner (1933)
Dr. Hawley
Dancing Lady (1933)
Bradley, Sr.
Convention City (1933)
J. B. Honeywell
Wild Boys of the Road (1933)
Mr. Smith
The Stranger's Return (1933)
Allen [Redfield]
Heroes for Sale (1933)
George Gibson
Saturday's Millions (1933)
Ezra Fowler
I Love That Man (1933)
Dentist
Tomorrow at Seven (1933)
[Austin] Winters
King for a Night (1933)
Reverend [John] Williams
Our Betters (1933)
Thornton Clay
Shadows of Sing Sing (1933)
Joe Martel
Central Airport (1933)
Mr. Blaine
If I Had a Million (1932)
Priest
Big City Blues (1932)
The station agent
He Learned About Women (1932)
Week-end Marriage (1932)
Doctor
20,000 Years in Sing Sing (1932)
Dr. Ames
The Famous Ferguson Case (1932)
Martin Collins
A Successful Calamity (1932)
Connors
No Man of Her Own (1932)
Vane
Three on a Match (1932)
School principal
Star Witness (1931)
Pa [George] Leeds
Man to Man (1930)
Barber John Bolton
Radio-Mania (1923)
Arthur Wyman
The Misleading Lady (1916)
Stephen Weatherbee

Cast (Short)

The Monroe Doctrine (1939)
Things You Never See on the Screen (1935)
Himself

Life Events

Photo Collections

Dinner at Eight - Coca-Cola Ad
Here is a magazine ad for Coca-Cola utilizing the cast of MGM's Dinner at Eight (1933) and a special color photo taken for the occasion.
No Man of Her Own - Lobby Cards
Here are several lobby cards from Paramount's No Man of Her Own (1932), starring Clark Gable and Carole Lombard. Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.

Videos

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See Here, Private Hargrove (1944) - Fort Bragg Date Bureau Robert Walker, the innocent title character, thinks Mulvehill and Esty (Keenan Wynn, George Offerman) have sold him a legit date through their bogus "date bureau" with widely-admired Carol (Donna Reed), whose uncle (Grant Mitchell) takes pity, in See Here, Private Hargrove, 1944.
Gold Diggers Of 1935 (1935) - Our Brief Summer Season A dazzling though delicate opening by Busby Berkeley, to an untitled tune by Harry Warren, no vocals and no stars but remarkable design, shooting and editing, leading to Grant Mitchell addressing his hotel staff, in Gold Diggers Of 1935, 1935, starring Dick Powell and Gloria Stuart.
Gold Diggers Of 1935 (1935) - Name The First One After Me At the “Wentworth Plaza,” various staffs discussing tipping, Ray Cooke with bellhops, George Beranger with waiters, Nora Cecil with maids and Arthur Aylesworth with bartenders, then manager Grant Mitchell with Dorothy Dare and Dick Powell as couple Dick and Arline, early in Warner Bros.’ Gold Diggers Of 1935, 1935.
Great Lie, The (1941) - He's A Gay Lad, Really Recovering from the week-long party after their impulsive wedding at her Park Avenue spread, flier Pete (George Brent) gets past agent Mason (Grant Mitchell) and friend James (Thurston Hall) to tell pianist Sandra (Mary Astor) that they're not legally married, early in The Great Lie, 1941.
Skylark (1941) - Show Me The Moon Sulking hostess Lydia (Claudette Colbert) who, following an insult, has just sent a plate of adulterated food to Myrtle (Binnie Barnes), the snooty wife of her ad-man husband's top client, is approached by suave Jim (Brian Aherne), himself that client's lawyer, in Skylark, 1941.
Man Who Came To Dinner, The (1942) - Opening, Midwestern Barbarians Opening credits and introduction of Bette Davis (as Maggie Cutler) and Monty Woolley (as the title character, Sheridan Whiteside), Billie Burke and Grant Mitchell their small-town hosts, from The Man Who Came to Dinner, from the Kaufman and Hart play.
Man Who Came To Dinner, The (1942) - Cream Of Mush Actress Lorraine Sheldon (Ann Sheridan) plays her big scene leading into the bedlam before Maggie (Bette Davis) and Whiteside (Monty Woolley) launch his Christmas radio-remote broadcast in The Man Who Came to Dinner, 1942.
Man Who Came To Dinner, The (1942) - Touch Of A Love-Starved Cobra Signature Kaufman and Hart mayhem as the Stanleys (Billie Burke, Grant Mitchell) prepare for author Whiteside (Monty Woolley), with aide Maggie (Bette Davis) and nurse Preen (Mary Wickes), to emerge in The Man Who Came To Dinner, 1942.
No Man Of Her Own (1932) - I Only Have Aces And Kings High dollar gambling in Manhattan, the relationships revealed for the benefit of the losing Morton (Walter Walker), Clark Gable as Stewart, Dorothy Mackaill as dishy Kay, Grant Mitchell her uncle, all not as it seems, Wesley Ruggles directing, opening No Man Of Her Own, 1932, co-starring Carole Lombard.
Successful Calamity, A (1932) - Lots Of Poor People Are Happy Overhearing his socially over-committed wife (Mary Astor) making even more plans, fed-up financier Wilton (George Arlliss), who’s just returned from a year in Europe, is reminded of an earlier chat with his servant Connors (Grant Mitchell), and decides upon a ruse, in A Successful Calamity, 1932.
Successful Calamity, A (1932) - You Can't Kill Me Financier Wilton (George Arliss), just home from Europe after a year representing the American president, is delivered by servant Connors (Grant Mitchell) to son Eddie (William Janney), whose polo game (with Randolph Scott!) prevented his meeting the train, early in A Successful Calamity, 1932.
Successful Calamity, A (1932) - Studying The Nouveau Art Zillionaire Wilton (George Arliss), just returned from a year of financial diplomacy, arrives a day early to find his mansion substantially renovated, and his young second wife Emmy (Mary Astor) entertaining, with pianist Pietro (Fortunio Bonanova), in A Successful Calamity, 1932.

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