Alphonse Ethier

Alphonse Ethier

Highest Rated: 100% The Story of Louis Pasteur (1936)

Lowest Rated: 33% The Alaskan (1924)

Birthday: Invalid date

Birthplace: Not Available

Inaugurating his film career around 1918, actor Alphonse Ethier sometimes spelled his first name "Alphonz." In the late 1920s, Ethier became a favorite of young director Frank Capra, who displayed the actor to good advantage in several of his Columbia silent productions, as well as the early-talkie The Donovan Affair (1929). After essaying such sizeable roles as the Marshal in Raoul Walsh's The Big Trail, Ethier settled into minor parts, usually as executives and government officials. Alphonse Ethier retired in 1938, and passed away five years later.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Baroness and the Butler President 1938
No Score Yet Sunset Trail Superintendent 1938
100% The Story of Louis Pasteur Finance Minister 1936
100% The Crusades Priest 1935
100% Bordertown Banker 1935
No Score Yet British Agent Devigny 1934
100% Baby Face Cragg 1933
No Score Yet Ex-Lady Adolphe Bauer, Father 1933
No Score Yet Law and Order Fin Elder 1932
No Score Yet Scarlet Dawn Minister 1932
No Score Yet The Storm Actor 1930
100% The Big Trail Marshall 1930
No Score Yet His First Command Col. Gaylord 1929
No Score Yet Smoke Bellew Harry Sprague 1929
56% In Old Arizona Sheriff 1928
No Score Yet Fighting Eagle Major Oliver 1927
33% The Alaskan John Graham 1924


No quotes approved yet.