David Landau

Highest Rated: 100% Street Scene (1931)
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Foghorn-voiced stage actor David Landau was brought to Hollywood in 1931 to re-create his Broadway role of the homicidal Maurrant in Elmer Rice's Street Scene. Landau went on to appear in 32 films over a four-year period. Seldom permitted to play a sympathetic role, Landau thrived in parts calling for drunkenness (1932's Taxi), brutality (1932's I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang) and all-around skullduggery (Mae West's 1933 vehicle She Done Him Wrong). Modern filmgoers will recall David Landau as high-rolling gambler Jennings in the Marx Brothers' Horse Feathers (1932) and as the mysterious, tattered transient Bob Gillis in Will Rogers' Judge Priest (1934).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Back Door Channels: The Price Of Peace Actor $12.5K 2011
No Score Yet Union Depot Actor 2011
No Score Yet The Man with Two Faces Detective William Curtis 1934
No Score Yet As the Earth Turns Mark Shaw 1934
No Score Yet Judge Priest Bob Gillis 1934
No Score Yet One Man's Journey McGinnis 1933
No Score Yet No Marriage Ties Zimmer, Editor 1933
No Score Yet The Nuisance Kelley 1933
90% She Done Him Wrong Dan Flynn 1933
No Score Yet Lawyer Man John Gilmurry 1933
86% Gabriel over the White House John Bronson 1933
No Score Yet They Just Had to Get Married Montrose 1932
95% I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang Warden 1932
No Score Yet Air Mail Pop 1932
No Score Yet Cabin in the Cotton Tom Blake 1932
96% Horse Feathers Jennings 1932
No Score Yet The Purchase Price Bull McDowell 1932
No Score Yet Polly of the Circus Beef 1932
No Score Yet Taxi! Buck Gerard 1932
No Score Yet False Faces McCullough 1932
No Score Yet When the West Was Young Judson Holderness 1932
88% Arrowsmith State Veterinarian 1931
100% Street Scene Frank Maurrant 1931


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