Henry Travers

Total Box Office:
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Highest Rated:
100% The Yearling (1946)
Lowest Rated:
83% Death Takes a Holiday (1934)
Birthday:
Mar 5
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
A stage actor in the British Isles from 1894, Henry Travers settled permanently in America in 1901. Even as a comparative youngster, the pudding-faced, wispy-voiced Travers specialized in portraying befuddled old men. He was brought to Hollywood in 1933 to recreate his stage role as Father Krug in…

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
The Girl From Jones Beach
  • Judge Bullfinch
-- 1949
The Accused
  • Romley's assistant
-- 1948
100% The Yearling
  • Mr. Boyles
-- 1946
94% It's a Wonderful Life
  • Clarence
-- 1946
Gallant Journey
  • Actor
-- 1946
Thrill of a Romance
  • Hobart Glenn
-- 1945
The Naughty Nineties
  • Capt. Sam Jackson
-- 1945
94% The Bells of St. Mary's
  • Mr. Bogardus
-- 1945
Dragon Seed
  • Third Cousin
-- 1944
None Shall Escape
  • Father Warecki
-- 1944
The Very Thought of You
  • Pop Wheeler
-- 1944
The Moon Is Down
  • Mayor Orden
-- 1943
100% Shadow of a Doubt
  • Joseph Newton
-- 1943
83% Madame Curie
  • Eugene Curie
-- 1943
89% Random Harvest
  • Dr. Sims
-- 1942
91% Mrs. Miniver
  • Mr. Ballard
-- 1942
I'll Wait For You
  • Actor
-- 1941
94% High Sierra
  • Pa
-- 1941
100% Ball of Fire
  • Prof. Jerome
-- 1941
Girl, a Guy and a Gob
  • Abel Martin
-- 1941
Anne of Windy Poplars (Anne of Windy Willows)
  • Matey
-- 1940
Primrose Path
  • Gramp
-- 1940
100% Edison, the Man
  • Ben Els
-- 1940
Stanley and Livingstone
  • John Kingsley
-- 1939
The Rains Came
  • Rev. Homer Smiley
-- 1939
85% Dark Victory
  • Dr. Parsons
-- 1939
100% Dodge City
  • Dr. Irving
-- 1939
On Borrowed Time
  • Dr. Evans
-- 1939
The Sisters
  • Ned Elliott
-- 1938
Too Many Parents
  • Wilkins
-- 1936
Captain Hurricane
  • Capt. Ben
-- 1935
83% Death Takes a Holiday
  • Baron Cesarea
-- 1934
Born to Be Bad
  • Fuzzy
-- 1934
My Weakness
  • Ellery Gregory
-- 1933
100% The Invisible Man
  • Dr. Cranley
-- 1933

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Quotes from Henry Travers's Characters

    1. Clarence: [to George] Strange, isn't it? Each man's life touches so many other lives. When he isn't around he leaves an awful hole, doesn't he?
    From It's a Wonderful Life. Submitted by Lauren V (20 months ago)
    1. Clarence: [In book inscription] Remember, George: no man is a failure who has friends.
    From It's a Wonderful Life. Submitted by Brigita S (2 years ago)
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