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Fred Huntley

  • Highest Rated: 69% The King of Kings (1927)
  • Lowest Rated: 69% The King of Kings (1927)
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  • A distinguished silver-haired character actor who often played the typical English gentleman, Fred Huntley had made his theatrical debut at London's Covent Garden in 1879. After years in Gilbert & Sullivan repertoire and as a leading man with the Carleton Opera Company, Huntley entered films as a writer/director for the old Selig Polyscope Company in 1912, helming such one-reelers as In the Days of Witchcraft (1913), starring Hobart Bosworth, and The Dream of Dan McGuire (1913). Remaining with Selig until 1916, Huntley later became a favorite of Mary Pickford, who cast him as Pa Renssaller in Johanna Enlists (1918) and as Grandpa Hawn in Heart O' the Hills (1919). Quite elderly by then, Huntley was merely a face in the crowd in his final film, Cecil B. DeMille's gargantuan The King of Kings (1927).

Highest Rated Movies

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69% The King of Kings Actor 1927
No Score Yet Thundering Hoofs Actor 1924
No Score Yet Peg o' My Heart Butler 1922
No Score Yet To Have and to Hold Paradise 1922
No Score Yet The Affairs of Anatol Stage Manager 1921
No Score Yet Brewster's Millions Mr. Brewster 1921
No Score Yet The Soul of Youth Mr. Hodge 1920
No Score Yet Daddy Long Legs Actor 1919
No Score Yet Johnny Get Your Gun Jeune, a Butler 1919
No Score Yet The Heart of Wetona Actor 1919

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