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Dick Sutherland

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A tough-looking, craggy-faced supporting comic, Dick Sutherland (born Archibald Thomas Johnson) came to films in the very early '20s with a background as a minstrel performer. Best known today for his appearances opposite Harold Lloyd (as the Maharajah in A Sailor-Made Man [1921] and the villainous hobo in Grandma's Boy [1922]), Ben Turpin (in The Shriek of Araby [1923]), and Lloyd Hamilton, Sutherland was equally prominent in melodramas. He used his blackface minstrel roots to play Sambo in the 1927 version of Uncle Tom's Cabin and was the cook in Laurel and Hardy's The Hoose-Gow, one of his very few talkie appearances.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Laurel and Hardy
  • Actor
1929
No Score Yet The Beloved Rogue
  • Tristan l'Hermite
1927
No Score Yet Claw
  • Zambula
1927
No Score Yet Don Juan
  • Gentleman of Rome
1926
No Score Yet The Red Lily
  • The Toad
1924
No Score Yet Grandma's Boy
  • The Rolling Stone
1922
No Score Yet A Sailor-Made Man
  • Maharajah
1921

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