Robert Greig


Actor

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Bride of Vengeance (1949)
Councillor
Unfaithfully Yours (1948)
Jules
The Sin of Harold Diddlebock (1947)
Thomas
Forever Amber (1947)
Magistrate
The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945)
Sir Thomas
Hollywood and Vine (1945)
Jenkins
The Cheaters (1945)
MacFarland
Love, Honor and Goodbye (1945)
Charles, the butler
Earl Carroll Vanities (1945)
Vonce
Nob Hill (1945)
Patton, butler
Mrs. Parkington (1944)
Mr. Orlando
Summer Storm (1944)
Gregory
Million Dollar Kid (1944)
Spevin
The Great Moment (1944)
Morton's butler
Tales of Manhattan (1942)
Lazar
I Married an Angel (1942)
Majordomo
The Palm Beach Story (1942)
Third member Ale and Quail Club
The Moon and Sixpence (1942)
Maitland
The Mad Martindales (1942)
[Wallace] Butler
Laugh Your Blues Away (1942)
Wilfred
Sullivan's Travels (1942)
Sullivan's butler
I Married a Witch (1942)
Town crier
Arabian Nights (1942)
Eunich
Girl Trouble (1942)
Fields
Three Hearts for Julia (1942)
Cairns, the butler
Son of Fury (1942)
Judge
Hello Sucker (1941)
Mr. Watson
Moon Over Miami (1941)
Brearley
The Lady Eve (1941)
Burrows
Hudson's Bay (1941)
Sir Robert
No Time for Comedy (1940)
Robert
It Could Happen to You (1939)
Pedley
Way Down South (1939)
Judge Ravenal
Little Accident (1939)
Butler
Ambush (1939)
Radio announcer
Drums Along the Mohawk (1939)
Mr. Borst
You Can't Take It with You (1938)
English Lord at dinner
Algiers (1938)
Giraux
Lady Behave! (1938)
Alfred
Midnight Intruder (1938)
Willets
The Adventures of Marco Polo (1938)
Chamberlain
Michael O'Halloran (1937)
Craig
Easy Living (1937)
Butler
My Dear Miss Aldrich (1937)
The major domo
The Road Back (1937)
Member of dinner party
Theodora Goes Wild (1936)
Uncle John [Lynn]
Small Town Girl (1936)
Childers
Stowaway (1936)
Captain
Three Live Ghosts (1936)
Ferguson
Trouble for Two (1936)
Fat man
Rose-Marie (1936)
Hotel manager
The Unguarded Hour (1936)
Henderson
Easy to Take (1936)
Judd
The Devil-Doll (1936)
[Emil] Coulvet
Lloyd's of London (1936)
Lord Drayton
The Great Ziegfeld (1936)
Joe
Les Misérables (1935)
Prison governor
The Bishop Misbehaves (1935)
Rosalind
Folies Bergère de Paris (1935)
Henri [Baneffe]
Clive of India (1935)
Mr. Pemberton
The Gay Deception (1935)
Adolph
Mark of the Vampire (1935)
Fat man
I Live for Love (1935)
Critic
Woman Wanted (1935)
Peedles
The Love Captive (1934)
The butler
Upper World (1934)
Butler
Stingaree (1934)
The innkeeper
Easy to Love (1934)
Andrews
Cockeyed Cavaliers (1934)
The Duke [of Weskit]
One More River (1934)
Blore
The Mind Reader (1933)
Swami
Dangerously Yours (1933)
White
It's Great to Be Alive (1933)
Perkins
Pleasure Cruise (1933)
Crum
Robbers' Roost (1933)
Tulliver
Broadway to Hollywood (1933)
"Diamond Jim" Brady
Midnight Mary (1933)
Potter
Men Must Fight (1933)
Albert
They Just Had to Get Married (1933)
Radcliff
Peg O' My Heart (1933)
Jarvis
Love Me Tonight (1932)
Major Domo Flammand
Jewel Robbery (1932)
Henri
Horse Feathers (1932)
Professor Hornsroge
Stepping Sisters (1932)
Jepson
Man Wanted (1932)
Harper
The Cohens and Kellys in Hollywood (1932)
Chesterfield
Beauty and the Boss (1932)
Chappel
Trouble in Paradise (1932)
Jacques, the butler
Merrily We Go to Hell (1932)
Baritone
Lovers Courageous (1932)
Doorman
The Tenderfoot (1932)
Mack
Tonight or Never (1931)
Conrad
Paramount on Parade (1930)

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Drums Along The Mohawk (1939) - At The Borst Home The first scene in director John Ford’s first color (Technicolor) film, Henry Fonda and Claudette Colbert as colonials Gil and Lana are married in Albany, New York, 1776, cinematography credit shared by Bert Glennon and Ray Rennahan, Edwin Maxwell the celebrant, Robert Grieg and Clara Blandick her parents, opening Drums Along The Mohawk, 1939.
Stingaree (1934) - That's The Name Of A Fish Riding up to an Outback tavern, Richard Dix (whom we will learn is the outlaw title character) joins a conversation with a soused lawman (George Barraud) and visiting English composer Sir Julian (Conway Tearle), in RKO's Stingaree, 1934, also starring Irene Dunne and Mary Boland.
Trouble In Paradise (1932) - You Lost A Handbag? Madame Colet (Kay Francis) receives a radical (Leonid Kinskey) and the thief Montescu (Herbert Marshall) after advertising for a lost handbag, which Montescu stole, in Ernst Lubitsch's Trouble in Paradise, 1932.
Easy Living (1937) - My Sneering Friends Opening from screenwriter Preston Sturges working from a story by Vera Caspary, introducing banker J.B. Ball (Edward Arnold), who calls many of his subordinates "Graves," Robert Greig his butler, Ray Milland his dilletante son, in Easy Living, 1937, directed by Mitchell Leisen.
Mrs. Parkington (1944) - Not Just A Man Newlywed working class Nevada girl Susie (Greer Garson, title character), her first morning at her husband's New York mansion, wakened by Baroness Aspasia (Agnes Moorehead) who, until that day, had been fiancee` to "The Major," graciously befriending her usurper, in Mrs. Parkington, 1944.

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