O. P. Heggie


O. P. Heggie

Biography

Life Events

Photo Collections

The Bride of Frankenstein - Publicity Stills
Here are a few photos taken to help publicize Universal's The Bride of Frankenstein (1935), starring Boris Karloff and Elsa Lanchester. Publicity stills were specially-posed photos, usually taken off the set, for purposes of publicity or reference for promotional artwork.

Videos

Movie Clip

Bride Of Frankenstein (1935) - Can You Not Speak? The beginning of another of director James Whale's vignettes in his hit sequel, the monster (Boris Karloff) again on the run, meets a blind and altruistic monk (O.P. Heggie), in Bride Of Frankenstein, 1935.
Anne Of Green Gables (1934) - My Name Is Anne Shirley Anne Shirley, a movie veteran at 16, introduces herself by the name of her character, which she would use for the rest of her career (she retired in 1944), met by her prospective adopted father (O.P. Heggie), in the 1934 version of the L.M. Montgomery novel, Anne Of Green Gables.
Smilin' Through (1932) - Rather Sweet Of Me MGM travels through time, as Carteret (Leslie Howard) and Owen (O.P. Heggie) join Kathleen (first Cora Sue Collins then Norma Shearer) for her 5th and 21st birthdays, then with suitor Willie (Ralph Forbes), in director Sidney Franklin's Smilin' Through, 1932.
Count of Monte Cristo, The (1934) - Only Eight Years... Prisoner Dantes (Robert Donat) dreams of his beloved Mercedes (Elissa Landi) and his enemies then hears a tapping that turns out to be the Abbe Ferria (O.P. Heggie) in Rowland V. Lee's The Count of Monte Cristo, 1934.
Letter, The (1929) - Damned Clever, These Chinese O.P. Heggie as British defense lawyer Joyce in colonial Malaya receives pivotal news from his sneaky assistant On Chi Seng (Tamaki Yoshiwara), his racist catch-phrase closing line not from the original W.S. Maugham play, in the first movie version of The Letter, 1929.
Devotion (1931) - She Must Be Middle-Aged The Mortimer family (O.P. Heggie, Louise Closser Hale, Ruth Weston, Joan Carr) are entertaining Trent (Leslie Howard) a successful widowed lawyer seeking a governess, who is surprised to meet the third daughter Shirley (Ann Harding), acting more like a servant, early in Devotion, 1931.

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