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Theodore von Eltz (Julius Theodor von Eltz)

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Biography

New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Born in New Haven, Connecticut on November 5, 1893, silent screen lead Theodore Von Eltz was the son of a Yale professor and educated at Hill School at Pottstown Pennsylvania. Originally prepped to become a doctor, he decided instead to pursue acting. At age 19 he made his New York debut and soon was hitting the Broadway boards with performances in "Children of Earth" (1915), "Rio Grande" (1916) and "The Old Lady Shows Her Medals (1917). Von Eltz evolved into a dark and dashingly handsome silent film actor. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Carter Jerome

The Prodigal 1931

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Character: J. Wellington Smythe

Bright Eyes 1934

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Character: Gerald Mockby

Change of Heart 1934

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Character: Nat Underwood

Call It Luck 1934

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Character: Desk Clerk Assistant

Rendezvous 1935

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Character: Revue Producer

Suzy 1936

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Character: Henchman John Ridley

Adventure in Manhattan 1936

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Character: Sir Geoffrey - 'Sex and Satan'

Stand-In 1937

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Character: Captain Pierlot

The Firefly 1937

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Character: Adjutant to Prince Johann

The Emperor's Candlesticks 1937

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Character: Officer in Entrance Hall

Marie Antoinette 1938

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Character: Actor in 'Our American Cousin'

A Dispatch from Reuter's 1940

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Character: Prison Camp Commander

Sergeant York 1941

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Character: Cassell

I'll Wait for You 1941

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Character: George Kilpatrick

A Shot in the Dark 1941

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Character: 'Commander'

Stand by for Action 1942

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Character: Hank Allen

The Great Man's Lady 1942

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Character: Cmdr. George

Flight for Freedom 1943

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Character: Canteen Director

Hollywood Canteen 1944

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Character: Arthur Gwynn Geiger

The Big Sleep 1946

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Character: McNeil, Fingerprint Expert

The Unholy Wife 1957

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Character: Dr. Craig Landor

The Ford Television Theatre 1952

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Character: Henry Corfield

Telephone Time 1956

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