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Henry Hull (Henry Watterson Hull)

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Biography

Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Henry Hull, the actor who created the role of Jeeter on Broadway in "Tobacco Road," was born in Louisville, Kentucky, on October 13, 1890, the son of a drama critic. Originally intending to become an engineer, Hull became an actor and made his Broadway debut in "Green Stockings" less than two weeks before his 21st birthday, on October 2, 1911. Two years later he appeared again on Broadway in support of John Barrymore in "Believe Me Xantippe." He then quit the stage to go prospecting for gold, using his skills as a mining engineer. Read more...

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Character: Dr. Glendon

Werewolf of London 1935

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Character: Dr. Jesse Lazear

Yellow Jack 1938

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Character: James Gordon Bennett Jr.

Stanley and Livingstone 1939

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Character: Dermot O'Riorden

My Son, My Son! 1940

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Character: 'Doc' Banton

High Sierra 1941

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Character: Inky Wilkinson

The Woman of the Town 1943

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Character: Charles S. Rittenhouse

Lifeboat 1944

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Character: Deacon Parry

Song of Surrender 1949

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Character: Cousin Lucius Cooke

The Treasure of Lost Canyon 1952

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Character: Preacher Bently

Kentucky Rifle 1955

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Character: Doc Medley

The Buckskin Lady 1957

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Character: George Seton

The Oregon Trail 1959

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Character: Dirty Jim Jelliman

The Fool Killer 1965

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Character: Captain Lasher

The United States Steel Hour 1953

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Character: Abel Kirsch

Climax! 1954

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Character: Randolph McCoy

You Are There 1953

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Character: Himself

Hearts and Minds 1974

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Character: Robert Bruce Maclean

Alcoa Premiere 1961

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Character: Amery Gant

Route 66 1960

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Character: Ansel Pryor

Goodyear Theatre 1957

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Character: Mayor Masters

The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw 1958

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Character: Hutch Wallace

Zane Grey Theater 1956

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