Reginald Denny

Reginald Denny


Also Known As
Reginald Leigh Daymore
Birth Place
Surrey, England, GB
November 20, 1891
June 16, 1967
Cause of Death


Reginald Denny was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Denny's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as "Sherlock Holmes" (1922), "The Abysmal Brute" (1923) and "Oh, Doctor!" (1924). He also appeared in "Sporting Youth" (1924), "Where Was I?" (1925) and "California Straight Ahead" (1925). He kept working in film throughout the thirties, starring ...


Reginald Denny was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Denny's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as "Sherlock Holmes" (1922), "The Abysmal Brute" (1923) and "Oh, Doctor!" (1924). He also appeared in "Sporting Youth" (1924), "Where Was I?" (1925) and "California Straight Ahead" (1925). He kept working in film throughout the thirties, starring in the Victor McLaglen drama "The Lost Patrol" (1934), "We're Rich Again" (1934) and "The Richest Girl in the World" (1934) with Miriam Hopkins. He also appeared in the romance "The Little Minister" (1934) with Katharine Hepburn. Nearing the end of his career, he tackled roles in the Marlene Dietrich adventurous drama "Seven Sinners" (1940), "Spring Parade" (1940) and "Appointment for Love" (1941). He also appeared in "International Squadron" (1941) with Ronald Reagan and the Milton Berle comedy "Over My Dead Body" (1942). Denny last acted in the Adam West action flick "Batman: The Movie" (1966). Denny passed away in June 1967 at the age of 76.



Director (Feature Film)

The Big Bluff (1933)

Cast (Feature Film)

Batman (1966)
Commodore Schmidlapp
Assault on a Queen (1966)
Cat Ballou (1965)
Sir Harry Percival
Around the World in 80 Days (1956)
Bombay police inspector
Escape to Burma (1955)
World for Ransom (1954)
Maj. Ian Bone
Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1953)
Fort Vengeance (1953)
Maj. Trevett
The Iroquois Trail (1950)
Capt. Brownell
Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (1948)
[Henry L.] Simms
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (1947)
Christmas Eve (1947)
Phillip Hastings
My Favorite Brunette (1947)
James Collins
The Macomber Affair (1947)
Captain Smollett
Escape Me Never (1947)
Mr. MacLean
The Locket (1946)
Mr. [Arthur] Wendell
Tangier (1946)
Adolpho Fernandez
Love Letters (1945)
Defense attorney
Song of the Open Road (1944)
Director Curtis
The Crime Doctor's Strangest Case (1943)
Paul Ashley
Over My Dead Body (1943)
Eyes in the Night (1942)
Stephen Lawry
Captains of the Clouds (1942)
Commanding officer
Thunder Birds (1942)
Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror (1942)
Sir Evan Barham [alias of Heinrich von Bork]
One Night in Lisbon (1941)
Erich Strasser
International Squadron (1941)
Wing Commander Severn
Appointment for Love (1941)
Michael Dailey
Spring Parade (1940)
Seven Sinners (1940)
Captain Church
Rebecca (1940)
Frank Crawley
Spring Parade (1940)
The mayor
Everybody's Baby (1939)
Dr. Ronald B. Pillcoff
Bulldog Drummond's Bride (1939)
Algy Longworth
Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police (1939)
Algy Longworth
Four Men and a Prayer (1938)
[Captain Douglas] Loveland
Blockade (1938)
Bulldog Drummond in Africa (1938)
Algy Longworth
Bulldog Drummond's Peril (1938)
Algy Longworth
Bulldog Drummond's Revenge (1938)
Algy Longworth
Arrest Bulldog Drummond (1938)
Algy Longworth
Beg Borrow or Steal (1937)
Clifton ["Lord"] Summitt
Let's Get Married (1937)
George Willoughby
The Great Gambini (1937)
William Randall
Women of Glamour (1937)
Fritz [Frederick] Eagan
Bulldog Drummond Escapes (1937)
Algy Langworth
Join the Marines (1937)
Steve Lodge
Bulldog Drummond Comes Back (1937)
Algy Longworth
Jungle Menace (1937)
Two in a Crowd (1936)
More Than a Secretary (1936)
Bill Houston
The Preview Murder Mystery (1936)
Johnny Morgan
The Rest Cure (1936)
Dan Linton
It Couldn't Have Happened (But It Did) (1936)
Greg Stone
Romeo and Juliet (1936)
Benvolio, nephew to Montague and friend to Romeo
Anna Karénina (1935)
Lottery Lover (1935)
Captain Payne
No More Ladies (1935)
Here's to Romance (1935)
Emery Gerard
Remember Last Night? (1935)
Jake Whitridge
The Lady in Scarlet (1935)
Oliver Keith
Midnight Phantom (1935)
Professor David Graham
Vagabond Lady (1935)
John Spear
Without Children (1935)
Phil Graham
One More River (1934)
David Dornford
Of Human Bondage (1934)
Harry Griffiths
The Richest Girl in the World (1934)
Phillip [Lockwood]
Dancing Man (1934)
Paul Drexel
The World Moves On (1934)
Erik [von Gerhardt]
We're Rich Again (1934)
[Bookington] Bookie [Wells]
The Lost Patrol (1934)
[George] Brown
The Little Minister (1934)
Captain Halliwell
Only Yesterday (1933)
The Big Bluff (1933)
The Barbarian (1933)
Gerald [Hume]
Fog (1933)
Dr. Winstay
Strange Justice (1932)
Henry I. Judson
Iron Master (1932)
Steve Mason
Kiki (1931)
Victor Randall
Private Lives (1931)
Victor [Prynne]
Stepping Out (1931)
Tom [Martin]
Parlor, Bedroom and Bath (1931)
Jeffrey [Hayward]
Those Three French Girls (1930)
A Lady's Morals (1930)
Paul Brandt
Oh, For a Man (1930)
Barney McGann
What a Man (1930)
Wade Rawlins
Embarrassing Moments (1930)
Thaddeus Cruikshank
Madame Satan (1930)
Red Hot Speed (1929)
One Hysterical Night (1929)
William Judd [Napoleon]
Clear the Decks (1929)
Jack Armitage
His Lucky Day (1929)
Charles Blaydon
That's My Daddy (1928)
Jimmy Norton
The Night Bird (1928)
Kid Davis
Good Morning, Judge (1928)
Freddie Grey
Out All Night (1927)
John Graham
On Your Toes (1927)
Elliott Beresford
The Cheerful Fraud (1927)
Sir Michael Fairlie
Fast and Furious (1927)
Tom Brown
Take It From Me (1926)
Tom Eggett
What Happened to Jones (1926)
Tom Jones
Rolling Home (1926)
Nat Alden
Skinner's Dress Suit (1926)
Where Was I? (1925)
Thomas S. Berford
I'll Show You the Town (1925)
Alec Dupree
Oh, Doctor (1925)
Rufus Billups, Jr.
California Straight Ahead (1925)
Tom Hayden
Sporting Youth (1924)
Jimmy Wood
The Reckless Age (1924)
Dick Minot
The Fast Worker (1924)
Terry Brock
The Abysmal Brute (1923)
Pat Glendon, Jr.
The Thrill Chaser (1923)
The Kentucky Derby (1922)
Donald Gordon
Sherlock Holmes (1922)
Prince Alexis
Paying the Piper (1921)
Keith Larne
Disraeli (1921)
Charles, Viscount Deeford
Footlights (1921)
Brett Page
The Iron Trail (1921)
Dan Appleton
Tropical Love (1921)
The drifter
The Price of Possession (1921)
Robert Dawnay
39 East (1920)
Napoleon Gibbs, Jr.
A Dark Lantern (1920)
Prince Anton
The Oakdale Affair (1919)
Arthur Stockbridge
Bringing Up Betty (1919)
Tom Waring

Writer (Feature Film)

The Big Bluff (1933)
One Hysterical Night (1929)
One Hysterical Night (1929)
That's My Daddy (1928)
Fast and Furious (1927)
Tropical Love (1921)

Editing (Feature Film)

One Hysterical Night (1929)
Film Editor

Cast (Short)

Screen Actors (1950)
Hollywood Hobbies (1939)
Sunday Night at the Trocadero (1937)
Starlit Days at the Lido (1935)

Life Events


Stage acting debut


First film as actor

Photo Collections

The Lost Patrol - Movie Poster
The Lost Patrol - Movie Poster


Movie Clip

Madam Satan (1930) -- (Movie Clip) Love Can't Be Kept In Cold Storage Arisen in the evening, dressed formally after the previous night of carousing with another woman but having forgotten their concert date, affluent Bob (Reginald Denny) with wife Angela (Kay Johnson), who’s not so much angry as worried about losing him, early in C.B. DeMille’s MGM musical-melodrama hybrid Madam Satan, 1930.
Madam Satan (1930) -- (Movie Clip) Heaven Forgive Thee Kindly We’ve just met Kay Johnson as super-rich Angela, whose staff has been helping her ignore her husband having failed to come home, when he (Reginald Denny) and buddy Roland Young appear, and she provides them a graceful entrance, in the second feature in C.B. DeMille’s three-picture MGM deal, Madam Satan, 1930.
Madam Satan (1930) -- (Movie Clip) Low Down Much talked about, the “other woman” to the husband of the wealthy couple Bob and Angela, Lillian Roth as performer and party-girl Trixie, Jack King, with Eddie Prinz on banjo and dancing, her accompanists, in a song by King and Elsie Janis, in Cecil B. DeMille’s unusual MGM musical-spectacle Madam Satan, 1930.
Madam Satan (1930) -- (Movie Clip) The Cat Walk This is where the C.B. DeMille grandeur and MGM budget come forth, at the society ball on board a blimp where the neglected heroine is about to appear in exotic costume, with few identifiable actors, though the director’s daughter Katherine is one of the dancing cats, song by Herbert Stothart and Clifford Grey, in Madam Satan, 1930
Lost Patrol, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) I Could See From Here To Bloomsbury The Sergeant (Victor McLaglen) holds a strategy session with the whole squad, leading to cheerful Hale (Billy Bevan) volunteering to climb a tree, in John Ford's The Lost Patrol, 1934.
Lost Patrol, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) A Mohammedan Mosque The squad, led by "The Sergeant" (Victor McLaglen) at the oasis, in order, Brandon Hurst, Sammy Stein, Reginald Denny, J.M. Kerrigan, Boris Karloff, Douglas Watson, Paul Hanson, Alan Hale, in John Ford's The Lost Patrol, 1934.
Romeo And Juliet (1936) -- (Movie Clip) A Madness Most Discreet First scene for Leslie Howard in the male lead role, visited by cousin Benvolio (Reginald Denny), in MGM's production of Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet, 1936, directed by George Cukor, co-starring Norma Shearer.
Romeo And Juliet (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Time Out Of MInd En route to the masque at the house of Capulet, Leslie Howard as Romeo is the object of John Barrymore as friend Mercutio, delivering the MGM version of the what's known as Shakespeare's "Queen Mab" speech, in director George Cukor's Romeo And Juliet, 1936.
Bulldog Drummond Escapes (1937) -- (Movie Clip) A Very Dynamic Person Through London fog Ray Milland emerges as the eighth actor to play freelance crime fighter Hugh “Bulldog” Drummond (Ronald Colman was first), his butler (E.E. Clive) and ever-distracted partner Algy (Reginald Denny) winning his attention, opening Bulldog Drummond Escapes, 1937.
Christmas Eve (1947) -- (Movie Clip) We Have No License Opening scenes, we meet Philip (Reginald Denny) who's brought a judge and doctor (Clarence Kolb, Carl Harbord) to meet his maybe-nutty New York heiress Aunt Matilda (Ann Harding), in the holiday crime-comedy hybrid Christmas Eve (a.k.a. Holiday For Sinners), 1947.
Macomber Affair, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) They're Devils To Kill The opening not from Ernest Hemingway's short story but as devised by director Zoltan Korda and his screenwriters, Gregory Peck as African hunter Wilson, Joan Bennett the bereaved wife Margaret, Reginald Denny as colonial policeman Smollet, in The Macomber Affair, 1947.
Barbarian, The (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Is Everyone In Egypt A Shriner? Hustling interpreter-for-hire Jamil (Ramon Novarro) is working the Cairo train station when his head is turned by Diana (Myrna Loy), arriving with her assistant (Louise Closser Hale), greeted by her uncle (C. Aubrey Smith), then fiance` Gerald (Reginald Denny), early in The Barbarian, 1933.