Bertram Marburgh

Highest Rated: 100% The Lady Eve (1941)
Lowest Rated: 69% The King of Kings (1927)
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A veteran stage actor who had appeared opposite John Drew in Much Ado About Nothing, William Faversham in The Squaw Man, and Maude Adams in Chanticleer, dark-complexioned Bertram Marburgh became a fixture in Hollywood films of the 1910s and 1920s, usually portraying powerful characters, judges, noblemen, medical doctors, and the like. He returned to the legitimate stage after the changeover to sound but was back in Hollywood by the 1940s, playing mostly bit roles. Marburgh spent his final years as a resident at the Motion Picture Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, CA.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Heavenly Body Old Man 1944
No Score Yet Crossroads Landers 1942
100% The Lady Eve Party Guest 1941
No Score Yet Before I Hang Stephen Barclay 1940
No Score Yet They Just Had to Get Married Langley 1932
No Score Yet For the Defense Judge Evans 1930
69% The King of Kings Actor 1927


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