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Fred Malatesta

Highest Rated: 91% The Mark of Zorro (1940)

Lowest Rated: 91% The Mark of Zorro (1940)

Birthday: Apr 18, 1889

Birthplace: Naples, Italy

Fred Malatesta was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Malatesta's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as "Little Lord Fauntleroy" (1921) with Mary Pickford, "The Wagon Show" (1928) and "The Peacock Fan" (1929). He also appeared in "Caught Cheating" (1931). He kept working in film throughout the thirties, starring in the romance "A Farewell to Arms" (1932) with Helen Hayes, "The Gay Bride" (1934) and "What's Your Racket?" (1934). He also appeared in the Roger Pryor comedy "$1,000 a Minute" (1935). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the Elissa Landi adaptation "Enter Madame" (1935), "Modern Times" (1936) and the Donald Woods mystery "The Black Doll" (1938). He also appeared in "Juarez" (1939). Malatesta was most recently credited in "The Puppetoon Movie" (1987) with Paul Frees. Malatesta passed away in April 1952 at the age of 63.

Highest rated movies

The Mark of Zorro

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet 64% Arise, My Love Spanish Mechanic (Character) - 1940
91% 79% The Mark of Zorro Sentry (uncredited) (Character) - 1940
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Gold Racket Ricardo (Character) - 1937
No Score Yet No Score Yet Picture Brides Castro (Character) - 1934
No Score Yet No Score Yet Beer and Pretzels Restaurant Manager (Character) - 1933
No Score Yet No Score Yet Wings of Adventure Don Ricardo Diaz San Pablo La Pandella (Character) - 1930
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Black Book Sudro (Character) - 1929
No Score Yet 67% Bardelys the Magnificent Castelrous (Character) - 1926
No Score Yet No Score Yet Long Fliv the King Hamir of Uvocado (Character) - 1926
No Score Yet No Score Yet Forbidden Paradise French ambassador (Character) - 1924
No Score Yet 71% Little Lord Fauntleroy Dick (Character) - 1921
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Greatest Thing in Life Unknown (Character) - 1918

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