Arthur Byron

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Veteran Broadway actor Arthur Byron came to Hollywood at the dawn of the talkie era, when his clear, precise vocal intonations proved to be a sound recordist's dream. Generally cast as high-ranking politicos and business executives, Byron's best screen assignments included the reform-minded warden in 20,000 Years in Sing Sing (1932) and the title character in The President Vanishes (1934). He could also use his veneer of respectability for dishonest purposes, as witness his Depression-era profiteer in Stand Up and Cheer (1934). Already well-on in years when he entered films, Arthur Byron retired after playing Mr. Erickson in John Ford's Prisoner of Shark Island (1936).

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83% The Return of Frank James Engineer 1940
No Score Yet The Prisoner of Shark Island Mr. Erickson 1936
No Score Yet The Casino Murder Case Kinkaid 1935
100% The Whole Town's Talking Mr. Spencer 1935
No Score Yet Fog Over Frisco Everett Bradford 1934
No Score Yet College Coach (Football Coach ) Dr. Phillip Sargent 1933
No Score Yet The Mayor of Hell Judge Gilbert 1933
No Score Yet The Silk Express Conductor Clark 1933
No Score Yet Man Killer Tracey 1933
92% Gabriel over the White House Jasper Brooks 1933
No Score Yet One Sunday Afternoon Foreman 1933
No Score Yet 20,000 Years in Sing Sing The Warden - Paul Long 1932
93% The Mummy Sir Joseph Whemple 1932
No Score Yet You Said a Mouthful Elliott 1932
No Score Yet Savage Girl NA 1932
No Score Yet Lady and Gent (The Challenger) Judge 1932
No Score Yet Huddle Actor 1932

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