Henry Stephenson

Henry Stephenson




Cast (Feature Film)

Enchantment (1949)
General Fitzgerald
Challenge to Lassie (1949)
Sir Charles Loring
Julia Misbehaves (1948)
Lord Pennystone
Oliver Twist (1948)
Mr Brownlow
Ivy (1947)
Time Out of Mind (1947)
Wellington Drake
Dark Delusion (1947)
Dr. Evans Biddle
The Homestretch (1947)
Don Humberto Balcares
Song of Love (1947)
King Albert
Heartbeat (1946)
Of Human Bondage (1946)
Dr. Tyrell
The Locket (1946)
Lord Wyndham
Her Sister's Secret (1946)
Mr. Dubois
Night and Day (1946)
Omer Porter
The Return of Monte Cristo (1946)
Professor Fran├žois Duval
The Green Years (1946)
[Prof. Rattray] Blakely
Tarzan and the Amazons (1945)
Sir Guy Henderson
Reckless Age (1944)
J. H. Wadsworth
Two Girls and a Sailor (1944)
John Dyckman Brown I
Secrets of Scotland Yard (1944)
Sir Reginald Meade
The Hour Before the Dawn (1944)
General Hetherton
Mr. Lucky (1943)
Mr. Bryant
The Mantrap (1943)
Sir Humphrey Quilp
Rings on Her Fingers (1942)
Colonel Prentiss
Halfway to Shanghai (1942)
Colonel Blimpton
This Above All (1942)
General Cathaway
The Man Who Lost Himself (1941)
Frederick Collins
Lady from Louisiana (1941)
General Anatole Mirbeau
Down Argentine Way (1940)
Don Diego Quintano
Little Old New York (1940)
Robert R. Livingstone
It's a Date (1940)
Captain Andrew
Spring Parade (1940)
The Emperor [Franz Josef]
The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939)
Lord Burghley
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939)
Sir Ronald Ramsgate
Tarzan Finds a Son! (1939)
Sir Thomas Lancing
Marie Antoinette (1938)
Count de Mercey
Dramatic School (1938)
Pasquel, Sr.
Suez (1938)
Count Mathieu de Lesseps
The Baroness and the Butler (1938)
Count Albert Sandor
The Young in Heart (1938)
Mr. [Felix] Anstruther
The Emperor's Candlesticks (1937)
Prince Johan
Conquest (1937)
Count Walewska
The Prince and the Pauper (1937)
Duke of Norfolk
Wise Girl (1937)
Mr. Fletcher
When You're in Love (1937)
Walter Mitchell
Hearts Divided (1936)
Charles Patterson
Half Angel (1936)
Professor Jerome Hargraves
Give Me Your Heart (1936)
Edward, Lord Farrington
Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936)
Walking on Air (1936)
Horace Bennett
Beloved Enemy (1936)
Lord Athleigh
The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936)
Sir Charles Macefield
China Clipper (1936)
Reckless (1935)
Col. H. Harrison
Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)
Sir Joseph Banks
Rendezvous (1935)
Captain Blood (1935)
Lord Willoughby
The Night Is Young (1935)
The Perfect Gentleman (1935)
Vanessa: Her Love Story (1935)
Barney [Newmark]
The Flame Within (1935)
Doctor Jock Frazier
O'Shaughnessy's Boy (1935)
Major Winslow
One More River (1934)
Sir Lawrence Mont
What Every Woman Knows (1934)
[Charles] Venables
She Loves Me Not (1934)
Dean Mercer
Outcast Lady (1934)
Sir Maurice [Harpenden]
Stingaree (1934)
Mr. [Hugh] Clarkson
All Men Are Enemies (1934)
The Mystery of Mr. X (1934)
[Sir Herbert] Frensham
Man of Two Worlds (1934)
Sir Basil [Pemberton]
Thirty Day Princess (1934)
King Anatol XII
The Richest Girl in the World (1934)
[John] Connors
Blind Adventure (1933)
Major Thorne
Little Women (1933)
Mr. [James] Laurence
My Lips Betray (1933)
De Conti
Tomorrow at Seven (1933)
[Thornton] Drake
Double Harness (1933)
Colonel [Sam] Colby
If I Were Free (1933)
Hector Stribling
The Animal Kingdom (1932)
Rufus [Collier]
A Bill of Divorcement (1932)
Dr. Alliot
Red-Headed Woman (1932)
[Charles B.] Gaerste
Guilty As Hell (1932)
Doctor [Ernest] Tindal
Cynara (1932)
John Tring
Wild, Wild Susan (1925)
Peter Van Dusen
Men and Women (1925)
Arnold Kirke
The Black Panther's Cub (1921)
Clive, Earl of Maudsley
A Society Exile (1919)
Sir Howard Furnival
The Tower of Jewels (1919)
David Parrish

Life Events


Movie Clip

Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936) -- (Movie Clip) 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.
Marie Antoinette (1938) -- (Movie Clip) I Shall Be Queen By a mile the largest thing W.S. ("One-Take Woody) Van Dyke II ever directed, Norma Shearer in the title role nothing but charming, Cecil Cunningham her aide "Feldy," Alma Kruger her mother the Austrian empress, ambassador Henry Stephenson making a bow, opening MGM's lavish Marie Antoinette, 1938, co-starring Tyrone Power.
Charge of the Light Brigade, The (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Open, A Convoy Of British Lancers Heroic spinning of history and Lord Tennyson's poem, followed by a hearty introduction of Captain Vickers (Errol Flynn) and Sir Humphrey (E.E. Clive) in Warner Bros.' epic imperial hit The Charge of the Light Brigade, 1936, directed by Michael Curtiz.
Mutiny On The Bounty (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Now You Know What A Midshipman Is Captain Bligh (Charles Laughton)is whistled aboard to establish his authority before intellectual Sir Joseph (Henry Stephenson), his neophyte nephew Roger (Franchot Tone) and subordinate Christian (Clark Gable) in, plus an early exercise in cruelty, Mutiny on the Bounty, 1935.
Baroness And The Butler, The (1938) -- (Movie Clip) The Results From Budapest As Hungary's Prime Minister (Henry Stephenson) dines with his wife (Helen Westley), son-in-law (Joseph Schildkraut) and daughter (Annabella), butler Johann (William Powell) has a secret revealed, in The Baroness And The Butler, 1938.
Baroness And The Butler, The (1938) -- (Movie Clip) All The Peasants William Powell (as "Johann") butles for the Hungarian Prime Minister (Henry Stephenson) and his daughter Baroness Katrina (Annabella), early in 20th Century Fox's The Baroness And The Butler, 1938.
Beloved Enemy (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Something More Civilized With dazzling plot speed, British emissary Lord Athleigh (Henry Stephenson) and Lady Helen (Merle Oberon) are introduced and saved from ambush in Dublin by principled Irish rebel leader Dennis Riordan (Brian Aherne) in Beloved Enemy, 1936.
Stingaree (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Australia's All Right In 1874 Australia, Henry Stephenson is sheep baron Clarkson, chatting with lawman Radford (George Barraud) until the ebullient Mrs. Clarkson (Mary Boland) appears, followed by de facto servant Hilda (Irene Dunne), opening RKO's Stingaree, 1934, starring Richard Dix, restored by TCM.
Stingaree (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Compassion For The Outlaw In colonial Australia, hostess Mrs. Clarkson (Mary Boland) is dominating visiting Sir Julian (Conway Tearle), her husband (Henry Stephenson), and proceedings in general until suave bandit Richard Dix (title character) intervenes, in RKO's Stingaree, 1934, also starring Irene Dunne.
Song Of Love (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Does She Never Slow Down? From the opening, close enough to true, Clara Wieck (Katharine Hepburn) performs for King Augustus (Henry Stephenson), a composition by Liszt (Henry Daniell), her father (Leo G. Carroll) turning pages and future husband Robert Schumann (Paul Henreid) applauding, from Song Of Love, 1947.
Cynara (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Kicking Over The Traces Naples established in the opening, Ronald Colman as Brit lawyer Jim doing the right thing, Kay Francis as his dishonored but sympathetic wife, Henry Stephenson his avuncular friend in flashback, in Samuel Goldwyn's Cynara, 1932.
Cynara (1932) -- (Movie Clip) He's Not Amphibious Married London barrister Jim (Ronald Colman) with friend Tring (Henry Stephenson) who thinks he should loosen up, not directly planning to meet shop-girls Doris (Phyllis Barry) and Milly (Viva Tattersall), King Vidor directing, early in Samuel Goldwyn's Cynara, 1932.



Ann Shoemaker