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Barton Hepburn



A tall, dark-haired stage juvenile who had appeared opposite the likes of Billie Burke and Richard Bennett, Barton Hepburn was signed to a personal contract by screen director Cecil B. DeMille while performing in the Los Angeles production of the stage play Tarnish. On loan to Tiffany-Stahl, Hepburn co-starred in Painted Faces (1929), a melodrama set in the world of vaudeville in which he portrayed a young performer wrongly accused of murder. Unfortunately, Painted Faces, a rather primitive "talkie," was lost in the shuffle in that hectic year of transition and Hepburn's once so promising screen career came to a dead halt. On-stage for most of the following decade, Hepburn was back in Hollywood during the war years, appearing in supporting roles in such disparate films as Hi Diddle Diddle (1943) and The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1944).

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet A Song for Miss Julie
  • George Kimbro
1945
No Score Yet The Bridge of San Luis Rey
  • Don Rubio
1944
No Score Yet Hi Diddle Diddle
  • Peter Warrington III
1943
No Score Yet Inside the Law
  • Paul Kane
1942
No Score Yet Painted Faces
  • Buddy Barton
1929

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