Walter Byron


Actor

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Nazi Agent (1942)
Officer
The Mummy's Tomb (1942)
Searcher
Mrs. Miniver (1942)
Man in tavern
Confirm or Deny (1941)
A Girl, a Guy and a Gob (1941)
One Night in Lisbon (1941)
Dinner guest
Crashing Thru (1939)
McClusky
Death Goes North (1939)
Albert Norton
Risky Business (1939)
Actor
Frontier Scout (1938)
Lt. Adams
Mr. Boggs Steps Out (1938)
Dennis Andrews
Trade Winds (1938)
Bob
Top of the Town (1937)
Back in Circulation (1937)
Carlton Whitney
As Good As Married (1937)
Arthur Watson
Mary of Scotland (1936)
Walsingham
Bridge of Sighs (1936)
Arny Norman
If You Could Only Cook (1935)
Roy
Don't Bet on Blondes (1935)
Dwight Boardman
Folies Bergère de Paris (1935)
Rene, the Marquis de Lac
British Agent (1934)
Stanley
Man of Two Worlds (1934)
Eric Paget
All Men Are Enemies (1934)
Walter Ripton
Once to Every Woman (1934)
Dr. Preston
Grand Slam (1933)
Barney
East of Fifth Avenue (1933)
Paul Baxter
Kiss of Araby (1933)
Big Time or Bust (1933)
John Hammond
What Price Decency? (1933)
Tom O'Neil
Charlie Chan's Greatest Case (1933)
Harry Jennison
Sinners in the Sun (1932)
Eric Nelson
The Crusader (1932)
Joe Carson
Week Ends Only (1932)
Jimmy Brigg
Slightly Married (1932)
Jimmie Martin
Exposure (1932)
Andy Bryant
Society Girl (1932)
Tom Warburton
The Savage Girl (1932)
Jim Franklin
The Menace (1932)
Ronald Quayle [alias Robert Crockett]
Three Wise Girls (1932)
Jerry Dexter
Vanity Fair (1932)
George Osborne
Shop Angel (1932)
Don Irwin
This Sporting Age (1932)
Charles Morrell
The Last Flight (1931)
Frink
The Reckless Hour (1931)
Allen Crane
The Lion and the Lamb (1931)
Dave
Leftover Ladies (1931)
Ronny [Worth]
The Yellow Ticket (1931)
Count Nikolai
Not Damaged (1930)
Kirk Randolph
The Dancers (1930)
Berwin
The Sacred Flame (1929)
Colin Taylor
Queen Kelly (1928)
Prince "Wild" Wolfram von Hohenberg Falsenstein
The Awakening (1928)
Count Karl von Hagen

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Once To Every Woman (1933) - Men Aren't Born Great We’ve just met Fay Wray as take-charge head nurse Mary Fanshawe, and she’s summoned distracted trainee Doris (Mary Carlisle) for a chewing-out, followed by her first visit with Dr. Preston (Walter Byron), discussing a rival, and her projected ambitions, early in Once To Every Woman, 1933.
Once To Every Woman (1933) - Nothing Professional Conscientious surgeon Jim Barclay (Ralph Bellamy) has just made good his threat to resign, but feels a need to take a crack at ambitious but chilly nurse Mary (Fay Wray), and winds up warning her about her beau Freddie (Walter Byron), himself busy with Mary Carlisle, in Once To Every Woman, 1933.
Folies Bergere De Paris (1935) - You've Very Naughty In the bar of a Paris theater, Baroness Cassini (Merle Oberon) has escort de Lac (Walter Byron) introduce singer Charlier (Maurice Chevalier), who's made a hit impersonating her famous husband, bothering his girlfriend (Ann Sothern), in 20th Century Fox's frothy Folies Bergere De Paris, 1935.
Reckless Hour, The (1931) - With Dishonorable Intentions Clever opening, with Dorothy Mackaill introduced in a capacity not immediately apparent as Margaret, several uncredited speaking parts before Walter Byron, as freewheeling Allen, appears, in the First National/Warner Bros. pre-code potboiler The Reckless Hour, 1931, featuring Joan Blondell.
Reckless Hour, The (1931) - I Saw Her First Non-affluent Jersey girl Margaret (Dorothy Mackaill) on the town with her playboy date Allen (Walter Byron), who runs into his married illustrator pal Ed (Conrad Nagel), and isn't entirely kidding when he asserts his claim, in the pre-Code melodrama The Reckless Hour, 1931.

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