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Ben Bard

Highest Rated:   100% Seventh Heaven (1927) (1927)
Lowest Rated:   60% The White Parade (1934)
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Stage actor Ben Bard resettled in Hollywood upon his marriage to serial queen Ruth Roland. In films from 1927, Bard at first specialized in slimy "underworld" roles. Among his early talkie appearances was The Bat Whispers (1930), in which, as "The Unknown," he tied up all the film's loose plot ends. Over at MGM, he played "Sharlie," the erstwhile straight man for radio's Baron Munchausen (Jack Pearl), in Meet the Baron (1933) and Hollywood Party (1934). He then left films for nearly a decade, making his living as an acting teacher and vocal coach. Ben Bard returned to films in 1943 as a member of RKO producer Val Lewton's stock company, essaying substantial roles in Lewton's Leopard Man (1943), The Ghost Ship (1943) and Youth Runs Wild (1944).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet I Can Get it For You Wholesale
  • Fran
1951
No Score Yet Black Angel
  • Bartender
1946
No Score Yet Youth Runs Wild
  • Mr. Taylor
1944
71% Ghost Ship
  • Bowns
1943
92% The Seventh Victim
  • Mr. Brun
1943
88% The Leopard Man
  • Chief Robles
1943
60% The White Parade
  • Tony
1934
No Score Yet Hollywood Party
  • Charley
1934
No Score Yet Only Yesterday
  • Actor
1933
No Score Yet Meet the Baron
  • `Sharlie'
1933
64% The Bat Whispers
  • The Unknown
1930
No Score Yet Night Work
  • Pinkie
1930
No Score Yet Born Reckless
  • Joe Bergman
1930
100% Seventh Heaven (1927)
  • Col. Brissac
1927

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