Arthur Edmund Carewe

Lowest Rated: 75% Doctor X (1932)
Birthday: Not Available
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Born in Armenia, Arthur Edmund Carewe enjoyed a brief Broadway career before his 1919 film bow in The World and Its Woman. Carewe spent much of his film career in adaptations of venerable stage and literary melodramas, usually as a caped mystery figure: the Duke D'Alba in The Ghost Breaker (1922), Svengali in Trilby (1923), the Persian in The Phantom of the Opera (1925), and one of the red-herring suspects in The Cat and Canary (1927). In talkies, Carewe revelled in neurotic, wild-eyed characters, notably the tormented junkie Sparrow in The Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933). Arthur Edmund Carewe committed suicide at the reported age of 43.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Charlie Chan's Secret Prof. Bowan 1935
90% The Mystery of the Wax Museum Sparrow 1933
75% Doctor X Dr. Rowitz 1932
No Score Yet God's Gift to Women Mr. Dumont 1931
No Score Yet Captain Applejack Ivan Borolsky, aka Jim 1931
No Score Yet Sweet Kitty Bellairs Capt. Spicer 1930
93% The Cat and the Canary Harry Blythe 1927
No Score Yet Claw Major Kinsella 1927
No Score Yet Torrent Don Mattias 1926
91% Phantom Of The Opera Ledoux 1925
No Score Yet Phantom of the Opera - Switchblade Symphony Actor 1925


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