William V. Mong


William V. Mong

Biography

William V Mong was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. V Mong kickstarted his acting career in various films such as "A Fool There Was" (1922), "Barriers Burned Away" (1924) and the comedy "Oh, Doctor!" (1924) with Reginald Denny. He also appeared in "The People vs. Nancy Preston" (1925), "Fifth Avenue" (1926) and the comedy "The Strong Man" (1926) with Harry Langdon. H...

Biography

William V Mong was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. V Mong kickstarted his acting career in various films such as "A Fool There Was" (1922), "Barriers Burned Away" (1924) and the comedy "Oh, Doctor!" (1924) with Reginald Denny. He also appeared in "The People vs. Nancy Preston" (1925), "Fifth Avenue" (1926) and the comedy "The Strong Man" (1926) with Harry Langdon. He continued to work steadily in film throughout the thirties, appearing in the William Haines comedy "The Girl Said No" (1930), "The Flood" (1931) and "Bad Company" (1931). He also appeared in the Carole Lombard drama "No More Orchids" (1932). Toward the end of his career, he continued to act in "The Narrow Corner" (1933) with Douglas Fairbanks Jr., "Treasure Island" (1934) and "Massacre" (1934) with Richard Barthelmess. He also appeared in the drama "Dark Hazard" (1934) with Edward G Robinson and "Whispering Smith Speaks" (1935). V Mong last acted in the Leslie Howard comedy "Stand-In" (1937). V Mong passed away in December 1940 at the age of 65.

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Wild Sumac (1917)
Director
The Girl and the Crisis (1917)
Director
The Chosen Prince, or the Friendship of David and Jonathan (1917)
Director
The Grudge (1917)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

Let Us Live (1939)
Joe Taylor, Sr.
Painted Desert (1938)
Heist
Stand-In (1937)
Cyrus Pettypacker
Dancing Pirate (1936)
Tecolote
The Dark Hour (1936)
Henry Carson
The Last of the Mohicans (1936)
Sacham
The Last Days of Pompeii (1935)
Cleon
The County Chairman (1935)
Uncle Eck
Together We Live (1935)
Johnny
Whispering Smith Speaks (1935)
Blake
Square Shooter (1935)
Root
The Hoosier Schoolmaster (1935)
Jake Means
The Florentine Dagger (1935)
Fishback
Dark Hazard (1934)
Mr. Plummer
Treasure Island (1934)
Pew
Cleopatra (1934)
Court physician
Sweet Adeline (1934)
Cobber
Massacre (1934)
Mr. Grandy
The Vampire Bat (1933)
Sauer
Women Won't Tell (1933)
The Eleventh Commandment (1933)
Silent Men (1933)
Oscar Sikes
Her Forgotten Past (1933)
Manners
I Loved a Woman (1933)
Bowen
The Mayor of Hell (1933)
Walters
The Narrow Corner (1933)
Swan
If I Had a Million (1932)
Harry
The Widow in Scarlet (1932)
Pete Wells
No More Orchids (1932)
Burkhart
Cross-Examination (1932)
Emory Wells
Strange Adventure (1932)
Silas Wayne
Dynamite Denny (1932)
Chairman of the board
By Whose Hand? (1932)
Graham
The Fighting Fool (1932)
Uncle John Lyman
Fighting for Justice (1932)
Gafford
Arm of the Law (1932)
The Sign of the Cross (1932)
Licinius
Bad Company (1931)
Henry
Gun Smoke (1931)
Strike Jackson
A Dangerous Affair (1931)
Lionel Randolph
The Flood (1931)
Colonel Marshall
The Big Trail (1930)
Wellmore
Double Cross Roads (1930)
Caleb
The Girl Said No (1930)
Mr. Wardrobe
Murder on the Roof (1930)
Anthony Sommers
In Gay Madrid (1930)
Rivas
Dark Skies (1930)
Mr. Morgan
Noah's Ark (1929)
The Innkeeper/guard
The House of Horror (1929)
Mystery man
Seven Footprints to Satan (1929)
The professor
The Haunted House (1928)
The Caretaker
Telling the World (1928)
City editor
The Devil's Trademark (1928)
Fred Benton
White Flame (1928)
No Babies Wanted (1928)
Michael O'Day
Ransom (1928)
Wu Fang
The Broken Mask (1928)
Santo Bendito
Code of the Air (1928)
Professor Ross
Should a Girl Marry? (1928)
Andrew Blaine
The Magic Garden (1927)
John Forrester
Too Many Crooks (1927)
Coxey the Con-man
Taxi Taxi (1927)
Nosey Ricketts
Alias the Lone Wolf (1927)
Whitaker Monk
The Clown (1927)
Albert Wells
The Price of Honor (1927)
Daniel B. Hoyt
What Price Glory (1927)
Cognac Pete
Steel Preferred (1926)
Nicker
The Silent Lover (1926)
Kobol
Brooding Eyes (1926)
Slaney
The Shadow of the Law (1926)
"Twist" Egan
The Strong Man (1926)
Parson Brown
The Old Soak (1926)
Cousin Webster
Fifth Avenue (1926)
Peter Heffner
Excuse Me (1925)
Rev. Dr. Temple
Fine Clothes (1925)
Philip
Under the Rouge (1925)
Doc Haskell
The People vs. Nancy Preston (1925)
Pasquale
Off the Highway (1925)
Caleb Fry/Tatterly
Speed (1925)
Sam Whipple
Alias Mary Flynn (1925)
John Reagan
The Unwritten Law (1925)
The Shadow on the Wall (1925)
Robert Glaxton
Oh, Doctor (1925)
Mr. McIntosh
Barriers Burned Away (1925)
Peg-Leg Sullivan
Up the Ladder (1925)
Welcome Stranger (1924)
Clem Beemis
Flapper Wives (1924)
Enoch Metcalf
Thy Name Is Woman (1924)
Pedro the Fox, her husband
What Shall I Do? (1924)
Henry McLean
Why Men Leave Home (1924)
Grandpa Sutton
Penrod and Sam (1923)
Deacon Bitts
All the Brothers Were Valiant (1923)
Cook
Lost and Found on a South Sea Island (1923)
Skinner
Drifting (1923)
Dr. Li
In the Palace of the King (1923)
Perez
Wandering Daughters (1923)
Will Bowden, her father
A Fool There Was (1922)
Boggs
Shattered Idols (1922)
Rama Pal
The Woman He Loved (1922)
Nathan Levinsky
Monte Cristo (1922)
Caderousse, the innkeeper
Ladies Must Live (1921)
Max Bleeker
Playthings of Destiny (1921)
Conklin
Shame (1921)
Li Clung
Sowing the Wind (1921)
Watkins
The Ten Dollar Raise (1921)
Wilkins
Pilgrims of the Night (1921)
Ambrose
The Winding Trail (1921)
Life's Twist (1920)
Charlie Moye
The Coast of Opportunity (1920)
An old miner
813 (1920)
Chapman
A Connecticut Yankee at King Arthur's Court (1920)
Merlin the magician
The Mutiny of the Elsinore (1920)
Snoop Jenkins, also known as The Rat
Burning Daylight (1920)
Necessity
The County Fair (1920)
Solon Hammerhead
Number 99 (1920)
Jake Trebs
The Turning Point (1920)
Mr. Rivett
The Chorus Girl's Romance (1920)
Prof. Dillinger
The Dwelling Place of Light (1920)
John Gallagher
The Luck of Geraldine Laird (1920)
Leo Goldman
After His Own Heart (1919)
Judah P. Corpus
Fools and Their Money (1919)
Martin Tompkins
The Master Man (1919)
Sebastian Ritter
The Spender (1919)
Stetson
Love's Prisoner (1919)
Jonathon Twist
The Follies Girl (1919)
Edward Woodruff
The Amateur Adventuress (1919)
William Claxtonbury
Put Up Your Hands (1919)
"Highball" Hazelitt
The Delicious Little Devil (1919)
Larry
The Law of the Great Northwest (1918)
Petain Monest
The Painted Lily (1918)
Daniel Fanjoy
The Man Who Woke Up (1918)
William Oglesby
The Hopper (1918)
The Hopper
The Chosen Prince, or the Friendship of David and Jonathan (1917)
Samuel
Fanatics (1917)
Hugh Groesbeck
The Girl and the Crisis (1917)
The Honorable Peter Barnitz
The Iron Hand (1916)
Slim
Two Men of Sandy Bar (1916)
Don Jose De Castro
Shoes (1916)
"Cabaret" Charlie
Her Bitter Cup (1916)
Henry Burke
Eleanor's Catch (1916)
Tainted Money (1915)
The Clay Baker (1910)

Writer (Feature Film)

The Woman He Loved (1922)
Story and scen
Shattered Idols (1922)
Scen
The Man Who Woke Up (1918)
Scen
The Girl and the Crisis (1917)
Story
Eleanor's Catch (1916)
Writing Credits

Cast (Short)

The Perfect Tribute (1935)

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Last Days Of Pompeii, The (1935) - Just About What The Job Is Worth We’ve established the city of Pompeii, in what must be the early years Anno Domini, when gladiator wrangler Cleon (William V. Mong) needs an assist from top-billed Preston Foster (introduced here as blacksmith Marcus), Gloria Shea his wife, and Frank Conroy as interested nobleman Gaius, early in RKO’s The Last Days Of Pompeii, 1935.
Vampire Bat, The (1933) - Drained Of Their Life's Blood The first proper scene, policeman Karl (Melvyn Douglas), who doesn't believe in vampires at all, conferring with the burgomeister (Lionel Belmore) and crew (William V. Mong, Harrison Greene, Paul Weigel), exposition in The Vampire Bat, 1933, also starring Fay Wray and Lionel Atwill.
Vampire Bat, The (1933) - Two Puncture Wounds The doc (Lionel Atwill) studies vampires, with aide (Fay Wray) and her reporter boyfriend (Melvyn Douglas), Aunt Gussie (Maude Eburne) fusses, and the burogmeister (Lionel Belmore) and sidekicks bring news of another murder and missing suspect, in the programmer The Vampire Bat, 1933.
Treasure Island (1934) - Flint's Fist Jack (Jackie Cooper) and his mum (Dorothy Peterson) search the belongings of lodger Billy Bones (Lionel Barrymore), who has just died after being confronted by Blind Pew (William V. Mong), who returns with cohorts, but flees when Livesey (Otto Kruger) arrives, in MGM's Treasure Island, 1934.
Stand-In (1937) - You're Smart But You're Young Introduction of finance whiz Atterbury Dodd (Leslie Howard), interrupted by Junior (J.C. Nugent), who informs him that his grandfather (Tully Marshall) has decided to sell the movie studio his company owns, in Stand-In, 1937.

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