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Robert Graves

Highest Rated:   98% City Lights (1931)
Lowest Rated:   57% Blonde Venus (1932)
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Onscreen from 1925, bespectacled supporting actor Robert Graves (not to be confused with the belletrist and historian of the same name) usually played officious types, often in Westerns. Demoted to bit roles after the changeover to sound, Graves -- who numbered fluency in French among his accomplishments -- often portrayed headwaiters, doormen, ship's captains (piloting the near empty "Ile de France" across the Atlantic in The King and the Chorus Girl, 1937), and of course chefs.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet I, Claudius
  • Screenwriter
2011
No Score Yet The Epic That Never Was
  • Actor
1965
No Score Yet Suez
  • Official
1938
No Score Yet Artists and Models Abroad
  • Chef
1938
No Score Yet The King and the Chorus Girl
  • Captain of the Ocean Liner
1937
No Score Yet Walking on Air
  • Sponsor (uncredited)
1936
No Score Yet Easy Money
  • Sillsby
1936
No Score Yet This is the Life
  • Chief of Police, San Francisco (uncredited)
1935
No Score Yet Dante's Inferno
  • Drunk in Cabin
1935
No Score Yet Folies Bergère de Paris, (The Man from the Folies Bergere)
  • Doorman
1935
No Score Yet Wonder Bar
  • Police Officer
1934
No Score Yet Fast Workers
  • Actor
1933
57% Blonde Venus
  • La Farge
1932
No Score Yet Forbidden
  • Mr. Exner
1932
No Score Yet Sherlock Holmes
  • Gaston Roux
1932
98% City Lights
  • Actor
1931
No Score Yet The Test of Donald Norton
  • Actor
1926

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