Henry B. Walthall

Henry B Walthall
Henry Brazeale Walthall (March 16, 1878 – June 17, 1936) was an American stage and film actor.wikipedia
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The Birth of a Nation

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He appeared as the Little Colonel in D. W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation (1915).
Henry B. Walthall as Colonel Benjamin Cameron ("The Little Colonel")

Robert Harron

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As the industry grew in size and popularity, Griffith emerged as a director and Walthall found himself a mainstay of the Griffith company, frequently working alongside such Griffith regulars as Owen Moore, Kate Bruce, Lillian and Dorothy Gish, Mae Marsh, Bobby Harron and Jack and Mary Pickford.
Harron is probably best recalled for his roles in the three epic Griffith films: 1914's Judith of Bethulia, opposite Blanche Sweet, Mae Marsh, Henry B. Walthall, and Dorothy and Lillian Gish; 1915's controversial all-star cast The Birth of a Nation; and 1916's colossal multi-scenario Intolerance opposite such popular stars of the era as Lillian Gish, Mae Marsh, Miriam Cooper, Wallace Reid, Harold Lockwood, and Mildred Harris.

Judge Priest

After his performance in director John Ford's 1934 film Judge Priest starring Will Rogers he enjoyed a golden period of his career.
The picture is set in post-reconstruction Kentucky and the supporting cast features Henry B. Walthall, Hattie McDaniel and Stepin Fetchit.

Home, Sweet Home (1914 film)

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She recalled his patience while Griffith grappled with technical problems filming the epilogue of Home, Sweet Home (1914), a scene in which Gish, as an angel, lifts Walthall's character out of hell.
It stars Earle Foxe, Henry Walthall and Dorothy Gish in the lead roles.

A Trap for Santa Claus

Directed by D.W. Griffith, it stars Henry B. Walthall, Marion Leonard, and Gladys Egan.

The Sealed Room

Directed by D.W. Griffith, the film's cast included Arthur V. Johnson, Marion Leonard, Henry B. Walthall, Mary Pickford, and Mack Sennett.

China Clipper (1936 film)

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He was gravely ill during his final film, China Clipper.
China Clipper is a 1936 drama film directed by Ray Enright and written by Frank Wead, produced by First National Pictures, distributed by parent company Warner Brothers, and starring Pat O'Brien, Ross Alexander, Humphrey Bogart and, in his last motion picture appearance, the venerable Henry B. Walthall as "Dad."

The Devil-Doll

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In 1936 he appeared as Marcel in The Devil-Doll.
Paul Lavond (Barrymore), who was wrongly convicted of robbing his own Paris bank and killing a night watchman more than seventeen years ago, escapes Devil's Island with Marcel (Henry B. Walthall), a scientist who is trying to create a formula to reduce people to one-sixth of their original size.

Lost Horizon (1937 film)

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Frank Capra wanted Walthall to portray the High Lama in his 1937 film, Lost Horizon.
Subsequently, Capra offered the part to 58-year-old Henry B. Walthall.

The Scarlet Letter (1926 film)

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He portrayed Roger Chillingworth in Victor Seastrom's 1926 adaptation of The Scarlet Letter opposite Lillian Gish.
Henry B. Walthall - Roger Chillingworth

Friends (1912 film)

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Friends is a 1912 film written and directed by D. W. Griffith and starring Mary Pickford, Henry B. Walthall, Lionel Barrymore, and Harry Carey.

A Tale of Two Cities (1935 film)

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He portrayed Dr. Manette in A Tale of Two Cities (1935), starring Ronald Colman.
Lucie Manette (Elizabeth Allan) and her servant and companion Miss Pross (Edna May Oliver) are informed by banker Mr. Jarvis Lorry (Claude Gillingwater) that her father, Dr. Alexandre Mannette (Henry B. Walthall) is not dead, but has been a prisoner in the Bastille for eighteen years before finally being rescued.

Ramona (1910 film)

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Ramona is a 1910 American short drama film directed by D. W. Griffith, based on Helen Hunt Jackson's 1884 novel Ramona. Through a love story, the early silent short explores racial injustice to Native Americans and stars Mary Pickford and Henry B. Walthall.

Biograph Company

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His fellow cast member James Kirkwood introduced Walthall to D. W. Griffith, and at the conclusion of that engagement, Walthall joined the Biograph Company.
Many early movie stars were Biograph performers, including Mary Pickford, Lionel Barrymore, Lillian Gish, Dorothy Gish, Robert Harron, Arthur V. Johnson, Florence Auer, Robert G. Vignola, Owen Moore, Alan Hale, Sr., Florence Lawrence, Blanche Sweet, Harry Carey, James Kirkwood Sr., Mabel Normand, Henry B. Walthall, Mae Marsh, and Dorothy Davenport.

The Informer (1912 film)

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The Informer is a 1912 American dramatic short film directed by D. W. Griffith and featuring Mary Pickford, Henry B. Walthall, Harry Carey, Lionel Barrymore, Dorothy Gish and Lillian Gish.

Oil and Water (film)

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The supporting cast includes Henry B. Walthall, Lionel Barrymore, and Harry Carey.

The Two Brothers (film)

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Henry B. Walthall as Pedro

Broken Ways

Broken Ways is a 1913 Western film directed by D. W. Griffith, starring Henry B. Walthall and Blanche Sweet.