Arthur Vinton


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Very Honorable Guy, A (1934) - I May Look Dumb In the opening scene we met goons Ponzetti and O’Hara (Harold Huber, Arthur Vinton) who had the idea to use the popular “Feet” Samuels (Joe E. Brown, title character) as a means to get to Hendrickson (George Pat Collins), who owes their gangster boss, and it goes plenty wrong, Lloyd Bacon directing, in A Very Honorable Guy, 1934, from a Damon Runyon story.
Blondie Johnson (1933) - Stop Being So Ambitious Having earned each other’s respect, Danny (Chester Morris) and new-in-town Blondie (Joan Blondell, in a role written for her by Warner Bros. stalwart Earl Baldwin) pitch his gangster boss Max (Arthur Vinton) on her plan to get a henchman out of a murder charge, then consider further options, in Blondie Johnson, 1933.
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.
Viking, The (1931) - Empire Of Seals Beginning of the story proper, following the tribute to film-makers killed, Charles Starrett as the new Labrador mailman Luke, rescued by rugged Jed (Arthur Vinton), then meeting Mary Joe (Louise Huntington), in The Viking, 1931.
Viking, The (1931) - Jammed Spectacular original footage as the eponymous ship hits the ice, rivals Luke (Charles Starrett) and Jed (Arthur Vinton) continue their spat, in the ill-fated drama of the Labrador seal hunt, The Viking, 1931.

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