Earl Foxe

Highest Rated: 100% My Darling Clementine (1946)
Lowest Rated: 80% Bright Eyes (1934)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
Stage actor Earl Foxe enjoyed a measure of success as a silent-film leading man in the WW I era. One of Foxe's most celebrated screen roles was the lead in Cecil B. DeMille's 1916 production Trail of the Lonesome Pine. He was contracted to Fox Studios in the 1920s, where he befriended up-and-coming director John Ford. For the next two decades, he showed up in leads, featured roles and bits in such Ford pictures as Hangman's House (1928), Four Sons (1928), Mary of Scotland (1936) and My Darling Clementine (1946). In the 1930s and 1940s, Earl Foxe enjoyed a second burst of fame as the owner of Black Fox Academy, a prestigious Los Angeles military school largely populated by the offspring of the motion picture community.

Highest Rated Movies



100% My Darling Clementine Gambler 1946
No Score Yet Mary of Scotland Earl of Kent 1936
No Score Yet The Golden Arrow Parker 1936
80% Bright Eyes Bond Man 1934
No Score Yet Little Man, What Now? Frenchman 1934
No Score Yet The Big Shakedown Carey 1934
No Score Yet A Bedtime Story Max 1933
No Score Yet Blondie Johnson Scannell 1933
No Score Yet The Mind Reader Don 1933
No Score Yet They Never Come Back Filmore 1932
No Score Yet So Big Pervus Dejong 1932
No Score Yet Destry Rides Again Tom Brent 1932
No Score Yet Scarlet Dawn Boris 1932
No Score Yet Ladies of the Big House Kid Athens 1931
No Score Yet Transatlantic Handsome 1931
No Score Yet Dance, Fools, Dance Wally Baxter 1931
No Score Yet The Spider John Carrington 1931
No Score Yet The River Pirate Shark 1928
No Score Yet Hangman's House John Darcy 1928
No Score Yet Four Sons Major Von Stomm 1928
No Score Yet The Last Man on Earth Elmer 1924
No Score Yet Home Sweet Home Actor 1914


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