Raymond Walburn


Actor
Raymond Walburn

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

The Spoilers (1956)
Mr. Skinner
She Couldn't Say No (1954)
Judge Holbert
Father Takes the Air (1951)
Henry Latham
Golden Girl (1951)
Cornelius
Excuse My Dust (1951)
Mayor Fred Haskell
Key to the City (1950)
Mayor Billy Butler
Riding High (1950)
Prof. Pettigrew
Father's Wild Game (1950)
Henry Latham
Father Makes Good (1950)
Henry Latham
Short Grass (1950)
McKenna
Leave It to Henry (1949)
Henry Latham
Henry, the Rainmaker (1949)
Henry Latham
Red, Hot and Blue (1949)
Mr. [Alex] Creek
State of the Union (1948)
Judge Alexander
The Sin of Harold Diddlebock (1947)
E. J. Waggleberry
Plainsman and the Lady (1946)
Judge Winters
Rendezvous with Annie (1946)
Everett Thorndyke
Lover Come Back (1946)
J. P. Winthrop
Affairs of Geraldine (1946)
Amos Hartwell
Breakfast in Hollywood (1946)
Mr. Cartwright
I'll Tell the World (1945)
H. I. Bailey
Honeymoon Ahead (1945)
Roland T. "Rollie" Mack
The Cheaters (1945)
Willie Crawford
And the Angels Sing (1944)
Pop Angel
Hail the Conquering Hero (1944)
Mr. Noble
Heavenly Days (1944)
Mr. Popham
Music in Manhattan (1944)
Professor
Let's Face It (1943)
Julian Watson
The Desperadoes (1943)
Judge Cameron
Dixie Dugan (1943)
Judge J. J. Lawson
Dixie (1943)
Mr. Cook
Lady Bodyguard (1943)
Avery Jamieson
The Man in the Trunk (1942)
Jim Cheevers
Rise and Shine (1941)
Colonel Bacon
Kiss the Boys Goodbye (1941)
Top Rumson
Louisiana Purchase (1941)
Colonel Davis, Sr.
Puddin' Head (1941)
Harold L. Montgomery, Sr.
Bachelor Daddy (1941)
George Smith
San Francisco Docks (1941)
Admiral Andy [Tracy]
Confirm or Deny (1941)
H. Cyrus Stuyvesant
Dark Command (1940)
Buckner
Millionaires in Prison (1940)
Bruce Vander
Christmas in July (1940)
Dr. Maxford
Third Finger, Left Hand (1940)
Mr. Sherwood
Flowing Gold (1940)
[Ellery Q.] Wildcat Chalmers
Let Freedom Ring (1939)
Underwood
The Underpup (1939)
Mr. Layton
Eternally Yours (1939)
Mr. Bingham
Heaven with a Barbed Wire Fence (1939)
The Professor [Townsend Thayer]
It Could Happen to You (1939)
J. Hadden Quigley
Start Cheering (1938)
Dean Worthington
Gateway (1938)
Mr. [Benjamin] McNutt
Professor Beware (1938)
Judge James Parkhouse Marshall
Battle of Broadway (1938)
Homer C. Bundy
Sweethearts (1938)
Orlando
Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937)
Herman Whipple
High, Wide and Handsome (1937)
Doc Watterson
Murder in Greenwich Village (1937)
The Senator
Thin Ice (1937)
Uncle Dornik
Breezing Home (1937)
"Clint" Evans
It Can't Last Forever (1937)
Dr. Fothergill
Let's Get Married (1937)
[B. B.] Harrington
Craig's Wife (1936)
Billy Burkmire
Born to Dance (1936)
Captain [Percival] Dingby
Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936)
Walter
Three Wise Guys (1936)
"Doc"
Absolute Quiet (1936)
Governor [Sam] Pruden
They Met in a Taxi (1936)
Clifton
Mister Cinderella (1936)
Peter Randolph
The King Steps Out (1936)
Von Kempen
The Great Ziegfeld (1936)
Sage
Thanks a Million (1935)
Judge [A. Darius] Culliman
The Lone Wolf Returns (1935)
Jenkins
Society Doctor (1935)
Dr. Horace Waverly
It's a Small World (1935)
Judge Julius B. Clummerhorn
Death Flies East (1935)
Evans
I'll Love You Always (1935)
Charlie
Welcome Home (1935)
Giltedge
Redheads on Parade (1935)
Augustus Twill
She Married Her Boss (1935)
Franklyn
Lady by Choice (1934)
Front O'Malley
The Great Flirtation (1934)
Henry Morgan
The Count of Monte Cristo (1934)
[Baron] Danglers
The Defense Rests (1934)
Austin
Broadway Bill (1934)
Colonel Pettigrew
Mills of the Gods (1934)
Willard Hastings
Jealousy (1934)
Phil
The Laughing Lady (1929)
Hector Lee
The Tarantula (1916)
Saunders

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

High, Wide And Handsome (1937) - She's Been Kissed Before At the town dance in Titusville, PA, 1859, infatuated Peter (Randolph Scott) with visiting medicine-show performer Sally (Irene Dunne) as his Grandma (Elizabeth Patterson) jousts with stuffy Stark (Irving Pichel) and a scuff-up with Scanlon (Charles Bickford) ensues, in High, Wide And Handsome, 1937.
High, Wide And Handsome (1937) - The Morning's Half Over Arising on the Titusville, PA farm where she and her father (Raymond Walburn, with sidekick William Frawley) have been received as guests the day after their medicine-show wagon burned, Irene Dunne as Sally has a mixed exchange with hostess Grandma (Elizabeth Patterson), in Paramount’s High, Wide And Handsome, 1937, also starring Randolph Scott.
Key To The City (1950) - Mayor Clarissa Standish In San Francisco for the convention of mayors, hotel manager (Clinton Sundberg) greets Texan Raymond Walburn, then star Loretta Young as Mainer "Clarissa Standish," who meets Marilyn Maxwell and Frank Morgan, selling fire trucks, opening Key To The City, 1950, co-starring Clark Gable.
Key To The City (1950) - Hiawatha's Mother Maine Mayor Clarissa (Loretta Young) is surprised to find that she's been lured to a San Francisco dive by fellow convening mayor Steve (Clark Gable), Raymond Walburn as Mayor Butler among the partiers, in Key To The City, 1950.
Hail The Conquering Hero (1944) - A Single Sour Note Franklin Pangborn (the band leader), the mother (Georgia Caine) and ex-sweetheart Libby (Ella Raines) among the revelers awaiting the local war hero, unaware that he hasn't told them he was forced to accept a medical discharge and never served, early in Preston Sturges' Hail The Conquering Hero, 1944.
Mr. Deeds Goes To Town (1936) - Your Power Of Attorney Reporter Babe (Jean Arthur) is introduced as editor MacWade (George Bancroft) berates his staff, while the title character (Gary Cooper), adjusting to his inheritance, frustrates crooked lawyer Cedar (Douglas Dumbrille), who aims to formalize his status, in Mr. Deeds Goes To Town, 1936.
Mr. Deeds Goes To Town (1936) - Cinderella Man Corny Cobb (Lionel Stander), PR man from the law firm of the uncle who left him $20-million, visits the title character (Gary Cooper), alarmed by news of his first night on the town, neither knowing that his new friend Babe (Jean Arthur) is the reporter, in Mr. Deeds Goes To Town, 1936.
Mr. Deeds Goes To Town (1936) - You Money-Grabbing Hick! Storming home to Vermont after finding out his girlfriend was a sneaky reporter, Gary Cooper (title character), with PR man Cobb (Lionel Stander), is confronted by a farmer (John Wray), incensed by stories of his inheritance and lifestyle, a big moment in Frank Capra’s Mr. Deeds Goes To Town, 1936.
Count of Monte Cristo, The (1934) - He's Had His Trial Honest French captain Edmond Dantes (Robert Donat) gets framed under the authority of De Villefort (Louis Calhern) and his turncoat romantic rival Mondego (Douglas Walton) and ex-friend Danglers (Raymond Walburn) in The Count of Monte Cristo, 1934.
Mr. Deeds Goes To Town (1936) - Let That Be A Lesson To You Babe (Jean Arthur), with roommate (Ruth Donnelly), takes a call from Gary Cooper (title character) then frets about not telling him she’s the reporter writing the stories about him, then a famous bit with his valet (Raymond Walburn) et al, in Frank Capra’s Mr. Deeds Goes To Town, 1936.
Christmas In July - Well Dog My Cats! Some early jewelry porn, as salesman Hillbeiner (Alan Bridge) realizes he's hooked some big fish in Jimmy (Dick Powell) and Betty (Ellen Drew), in Preston Sturges' Christmas In July, 1940.
Lady By Choice (1934) - Never Disorderly After getting collared in the opening barroom brawl scene, tough old Patsy (May Robson) in court before a familiar judge (Walter Connolly), observed by also-busted fan dancer Alabam' (Carole Lombard) and aides (Arthur Hohl, Raymond Walburn), in Columbia's Lady By Choice, 1934.

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