Robert Greig

Highest Rated:
100% The Palm Beach Story (1942)
Lowest Rated:
14% Forever Amber (1947)
Birthday:
Dec 27
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
Endowed with a voice like a bellows and a face like a bullfrog, Australian actor Robert Greig specialized in pompous-servant roles. In Greig's first talking picture, the Marx Brothers' vehicle Animal Crackers (1930), he portrays Hives, Margaret Dumont's imperious butler; Hives dominates the film's…

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Merrily We Go to Hell
  • Baritone
-- 2002
20% Devil Doll
  • Coulvet
-- 1964
93% Unfaithfully Yours
  • Jules
-- 1948
14% Forever Amber
  • Magistrate
-- 1947
89% Sin of Harold Diddlebock
  • Algernon McNiff
-- 1947
89% The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • Sir Thomas
-- 1945
Nob Hill
  • Butler
-- 1945
Hollywood and Vine
  • Jenkins
-- 1945
The Cheaters (The Castaways)
  • MacFarland
-- 1945
Summer Storm
  • Gregory
-- 1944
Million Dollar Kid
  • Spevin
-- 1944
Mrs. Parkington
  • Mr. Orlando
-- 1944
100% I Married a Witch
  • Town Crier
-- 1942
Tales of Manhattan
  • Lazar
-- 1942
Arabian Nights
  • Eunuch - Story Teller
-- 1942
The Moon and Sixpence
  • Maitland Butler
-- 1942
I Married an Angel
  • Major-domo
-- 1942
Son of Fury: The Story of Benjamin Blake
  • Judge
-- 1942
100% The Palm Beach Story
  • Third Member Ale and Quail Club
-- 1942
Moon Over Miami
  • Brearley
-- 1941
100% Sullivan's Travels
  • Sullivan's Butler
-- 1941
Hudson's Bay
  • Sir Robert
-- 1941
100% The Lady Eve
  • Burrows
-- 1941
No Time for Comedy
  • Robert
-- 1940
Tower of London
  • Father Olmstead
-- 1939
Way Down South
  • Judge Ravenal
-- 1939
80% Drums Along the Mohawk
  • Mr. Borst
-- 1939
The Law West of Tombstone
  • Actor
-- 1938
The Adventures of Marco Polo
  • Chamberlain
-- 1938
Algiers
  • Giroux
-- 1938
97% You Can't Take It with You
  • Diner
-- 1938
100% Easy Living
  • Graves Ball Butler
-- 1937
100% The Devil-Doll
  • Actor
-- 1936
Rose-Marie (Rose Marie)
  • Cafe Manager
-- 1936
Trouble for Two (The Suicide Club)
  • Fat Man
-- 1936
63% The Great Ziegfeld
  • Joe
-- 1936
Stowaway
  • Captain
-- 1936
Theodora Goes Wild
  • Uncle John
-- 1936
Lloyd's of London
  • Lord Drayton
-- 1936
Easy to Take
  • Judd
-- 1936
Small Town Girl (One Horse Town)
  • Childers
-- 1936
77% Mark of the Vampire
  • Fat Man
-- 1935
The Gay Deception
  • Adolph
-- 1935
Folies Bergère de Paris, (The Man from the Folies Bergere)
  • Henri
-- 1935
Stingaree
  • Actor
-- 1934
Upperworld (Upper World)
  • Caldwell the Butler
-- 1934
Cockeyed Cavaliers
  • Duke of Weskit
-- 1934
Mind Reader
  • Swami
-- 1933
Men Must Fight
  • Albert the Butler
-- 1933
Peg O'My Heart
  • Jarvis
-- 1933
100% Love Me Tonight
  • Major-Domo Flamond
-- 1932
Jewel Robbery
  • Henri
-- 1932
91% Trouble in Paradise
  • Jacques the Butler
-- 1932
The Tenderfoot
  • Mack
-- 1932
The Cohens and Kellys in Hollywood
  • Chester Field
-- 1932
Beauty And The Boss
  • Chappel
-- 1932
They Just Had to Get Married
  • Radcliffe
-- 1932
Tonight or Never
  • The Butler
-- 1931
No Limit
  • Doorman
-- 1931
96% Animal Crackers
  • Horace Hives
-- 1930
Paramount on Parade
  • Actor
-- 1930
83% The Great Moment
  • Morton's Butler
-- 1921

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Quotes from Robert Greig's Characters

    1. Wormy: [gives a listing of all the animals Diddlebock now owns via his acquisition of the circus, ending with] ...and a puma.
    2. Algernon McNiff: A puma?!
    3. Wormy: And what a puma!
    From Sin of Harold Diddlebock. Submitted by Jim S (3 years ago)
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