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Jack Richardson

  • Highest Rated: 100% The Lady Eve (1941)
  • Lowest Rated: 90% Meet John Doe (1941)
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  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • A veteran stage actor, Jack Richardson began his screen career at the American Film Manufacturing Company opposite his then-wife Louise Lester, the studio's comic "Calamity Anne." One of the better "Boss Heavies" around, Richardson even starred in a couple of low-budget Westerns in the 1920s, but was not really suitable hero material. Today he is perhaps best remembered for playing the brutal servant -- in blackface, no less -- in Thomas H. Ince's justly infamous Free and Equal (1915, released 1925). Richardson's career lasted through the 1940s, but mostly in minor roles.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

No Score Yet The Mating Season Board of Director 1951
No Score Yet Night and Day Surgeon (uncredited) 1946
No Score Yet Suspense Poker Player 1946
No Score Yet Romance of the West Smithers 1946
No Score Yet Fear Pedestrian 1946
No Score Yet Mr. Celebrity Geraghty 1941
100% The Lady Eve Father of Girl on Boat 1941
90% Meet John Doe Man in Diner 1941
No Score Yet Gun Code McClure 1940
No Score Yet Union Pacific Official 1939
No Score Yet Sergeant Murphy Hawkins 1938
No Score Yet Confession Man at Station 1937
No Score Yet Call It a Day Grocery Store Owner 1937
No Score Yet Maid of Salem Sheriff 1937
No Score Yet Earthworm Tractors Accident Spectator 1936
No Score Yet The Goose and the Gander Baggage Man 1935
No Score Yet Stranded Taxi Driver 1935
No Score Yet Going Highbrow Steward 1935
No Score Yet The Perfect Clue Simms 1935
No Score Yet Living on Velvet Taxi Driver 1935
No Score Yet Stand Up and Cheer! Bit 1934
No Score Yet Only Yesterday Actor 1933
No Score Yet Without Honors Steve Henderson 1932
No Score Yet Mystery Train A Crook 1931
No Score Yet Painted Faces Stage Manager 1929
No Score Yet The Toll Gate The Sheriff 1920

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