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Winter Hall

Highest Rated:   100% A Tale of Two Cities (1935)
Lowest Rated:   59% Cavalcade (1933)
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New Zealand-born stage actor Winter Hall first appeared in American films when he joined the Lasky Company (later Paramount) in 1916. The poised, distinguished Hall soon became a regular of the Cecil B. DeMille unit at Lasky, playing major roles in DeMille's Romance of the Redwoods (1917), Til I Come Back to You (1918), The Squaw Man (1918), The Affairs of Anatol (1921) and Saturday Night (1922). Beginning with 1919's Red Lantern, Hall tended to be typecast as a cleric. Throughout the talkie era, Winter Hall was seen as various ministers and priests in such productions as The Love Parade (1929), Cavalcade (1933), The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1934), The Invisible Ray (1936) and Slave Ship.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet If I Were King
  • Major-Domo
1938
No Score Yet Four Men and a Prayer
  • Judge
1938
No Score Yet The Toast of New York
  • Board of Director
1937
No Score Yet Lloyds of London
  • Dr. Beatty
1936
63% The Invisible Ray
  • Minister
1936
94% Mutiny on the Bounty
  • Chaplain
1935
No Score Yet The Crusades
  • Archbishop
1935
No Score Yet Rendezvous
  • Chaplain
1935
100% A Tale of Two Cities
  • Aristocrat
1935
88% The Merry Widow
  • Priest
1934
No Score Yet British Agent
  • Cabinet Member
1934
71% The Barretts of Wimpole Street
  • Clergyman
1934
No Score Yet Judge Priest
  • Judge Fairleigh
1934
59% Cavalcade
  • Minister
1933
No Score Yet Girls Demand Excitement
  • The Dean
1931
No Score Yet Lost Zeppelin
  • Mr. Wilson
1929
100% The Love Parade
  • Priest
1929
No Score Yet The Racketeer (Love's Conquest)
  • Mr. Simpson
1929
100% Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ
  • Joseph
1926
No Score Yet Free to Love
  • Judge Orr
1925
No Score Yet Little Church Around the Corner
  • Doc Graham
1923
No Score Yet The Affairs of Anatol
  • Dr. Johnson
1921
No Score Yet A Romance of the Redwoods
  • John Lawrence
1917

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