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Eddie Laughton

Highest Rated: 97% The Lost Weekend (1945)

Lowest Rated: 94% The Talk of the Town (1942)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Not Available

Relocating from England to the U.S. in the 1920s, dapper, mustachioed Eddie Laughton worked in vaudeville until he was signed by Columbia Pictures in 1935. Laughton spent most of his time in the studio's two-reel comedies, earning his $55 per day in an exhausting variety of roles: hotel clerks, gangsters, snobbish socialites, jealous lovers, train conductors, and, sometimes, just one of the crowd. The Three Stooges, Columbia's top two-reel attraction, were so impressed by Laughton that they hired him as his straight man for their stage appearances. After toting up hundreds of credits in both shorts and features, Laughton left Columbia in 1945 to free-lance. Retiring in 1949, Eddie Laughton died of pneumonia three years later at the age of 49.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Chicken Every Sunday Process Server 1949
No Score Yet The Shocking Miss Pilgrim Quincy 1947
97% The Lost Weekend Mr. Brophy 1945
No Score Yet The Boogie Man Will Get You Johnson 1942
No Score Yet Atlantic Convoy Radio Operator 1942
No Score Yet Submarine Raider Shannon 1942
94% The Talk of the Town Henry 1942
No Score Yet Confessions of Boston Blackie Express man 1941
No Score Yet Three Girls About Town Magician 1941
No Score Yet You'll Never Get Rich Lieutenant 1941
94% Penny Serenade Cab Driver 1941
No Score Yet Meet Boston Blackie Freak show barker 1941
No Score Yet The Phantom Submarine Cab Driver 1941
No Score Yet Across the Sierras Man with Noose 1941
No Score Yet Lady in Question Man 1940
No Score Yet Blondie Has Servant Trouble Photographer 1940
No Score Yet Island of Doomed Men Borgo 1940
No Score Yet The Doctor Takes a Wife Photographer 1940
No Score Yet Special Inspector Tim 1939
No Score Yet Let Us Live Cab Driver 1939
No Score Yet Gambling with Souls Nick 1936


No Score Yet The Three Stooges
Grip Prosecuting Attorney Train Conductor 1942


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