Arthur Hohl

Arthur Hohl (May 21, 1889 – March 10, 1964) was an American stage and motion-picture character actor.wikipedia
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Island of Lost Souls (1932 film)

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Hohl's two performances seen most often today are as Pete, the nasty boat engineer who tells the local sheriff about Julie (Helen Morgan) and her husband's (Donald Cook) secret interracial marriage in Show Boat (1936), and as Mr. Montgomery, the man who helps Richard Arlen and Leila Hyams to make their final escape in Island of Lost Souls (1932).
When Parker objects to the freighter's captain (Stanley Fields) mistreating M'ling (Tetsu Komai), an odd-looking passenger with strangely bestial festures, the captain tosses Parker overboard into Mr. Montgomery (Arthur Hohl) and Moreau's boat.

Cleopatra (1934 film)

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He also played Brutus opposite Warren William's Julius Caesar in Cecil B. DeMille's version of Cleopatra (1934), starring Claudette Colbert.
Cassius (Ian Maclaren), Casca (Edwin Maxwell), Brutus (Arthur Hohl) and other powerful Romans become disgruntled, rightly suspecting that he intends to abolish the Roman Republic and make himself emperor, with Cleopatra as his empress (after divorcing Calpurnia, played by Gertrude Michael).

Show Boat (1936 film)

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Hohl's two performances seen most often today are as Pete, the nasty boat engineer who tells the local sheriff about Julie (Helen Morgan) and her husband's (Donald Cook) secret interracial marriage in Show Boat (1936), and as Mr. Montgomery, the man who helps Richard Arlen and Leila Hyams to make their final escape in Island of Lost Souls (1932).
Arthur Hohl as Pete

It Is the Law

It Is the Law (1924) as Albert Woodruff / Sniffer
It Is the Law is a 1924 American silent mystery film directed by J. Gordon Edwards and starring Arthur Hohl, Herbert Heyes, and Mona Palma.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939 film)

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Among his other notable roles were as Olivier, King Louis XI's right-hand man, in The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939), as the real estate agent in Charlie Chaplin's Monsieur Verdoux (1947), and as Journet, a bereaved innkeeper who seeks to avenge his daughter's murder in the Basil Rathbone Sherlock Holmes film The Scarlet Claw (1944).
Arthur Hohl as Olivier

The Sign of the Cross (1932 film)

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Hohl also played a Christian named Titus (no relation to Titus Andronicus) in Cecil B. DeMille's religious epic The Sign of the Cross (1932).
The film stars Fredric March, Elissa Landi, Claudette Colbert, and Charles Laughton, with Ian Keith and Arthur Hohl.

Monsieur Verdoux

Among his other notable roles were as Olivier, King Louis XI's right-hand man, in The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939), as the real estate agent in Charlie Chaplin's Monsieur Verdoux (1947), and as Journet, a bereaved innkeeper who seeks to avenge his daughter's murder in the Basil Rathbone Sherlock Holmes film The Scarlet Claw (1944).
Arthur Hohl as real estate agent

The Scarlet Claw

Among his other notable roles were as Olivier, King Louis XI's right-hand man, in The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939), as the real estate agent in Charlie Chaplin's Monsieur Verdoux (1947), and as Journet, a bereaved innkeeper who seeks to avenge his daughter's murder in the Basil Rathbone Sherlock Holmes film The Scarlet Claw (1944).
Arthur Hohl – Emile Journet (Hohl also dubbed over Basil Rathbone's voice in a scene where Holmes is disguised as Journet)

Private Detective 62

Private Detective 62 (1933) as Hogan
Free convinces Dan Hogan (Arthur Hohl), the crooked and incompentent owner of the Peerless Detective Agency, to partner with him.

Baby Face (film)

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Baby Face (1933) as Ed Sipple
Arthur Hohl as Ed Sipple

The Defense Rests

The Defense Rests (1934) as James Randolph
Arthur Hohl as James Randolph

The Silk Express

The Silk Express (1933) as Wallace Myton
The film, starring Neil Hamilton, Sheila Terry, Arthur Byron, Guy Kibbee, Dudley Digges and Arthur Hohl, was released by Warner Bros. on June 10, 1933.

College Coach

College Coach (1933) as Seymour Young
Arthur Hohl as Seymour Young

The Night of June 13

The Night of June 13 (1932) as Prosecuting Attorney
Arthur Hohl as Prosecuting Attorney

As the Earth Turns

As the Earth Turns (1934) as George
Arthur Hohl as George

Village Tale

Village Tale (1935) as Elmer Stevenson
Village Tale is a 1935 American drama film directed by John Cromwell and starring Randolph Scott, Kay Johnson, Arthur Hohl, and Robert Barrat.

Captured!

The Life of Jimmy Dolan

The Life of Jimmy Dolan (1933) as Herman Malvin
Arthur Hohl as Herman Malvin (uncredited)

Girl in Danger

Girl in Danger (1934) as Albert Beckett
Arthur Hohl as Albert Beckett

Man's Castle

A Man's Castle
Man's Castle (1933) as Bragg
He agrees to help slimy neighbor Bragg (Arthur Hohl) rob the payroll from a toy factory where Bragg used to work.

Footlight Parade

Footlight Parade (1933) as Frazer
Arthur Hohl as Al Frazer, the other producer

A Modern Hero

A Modern Hero (1934) as Homer Flint
By a stroke of luck, the automobile of Homer Flint (Arthur Hohl), the richest man in the state, breaks down near their shop.

One Frightened Night

One Frightened Night (1935) as Arthur Proctor
Arthur Hohl as Arthur Proctor

Romance in Manhattan

Romance in Manhattan (1935) as Halsey J. Pander
So Karel goes to attorney Halsey J. Pander (Arthur Hohl), who asks for $50 and promises to make him a citizen right away.

Jimmy the Gent (film)

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Jimmy the Gent (1934) as Joe
Arthur Hohl as Monty Barton