George Hackathorne - Rotten Tomatoes

George Hackathorne

Highest Rated:   100% Show Boat (1936)
Lowest Rated:   94% Gone With the Wind (1939)
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A pleasant-looking, dark-haired young actor from Oregon, George Hackathorne played Sid Sawyer opposite Jack Pickford's Tom in both Tom Sawyer (1917) and Huck and Tom (1918), personally chosen for the role by Jack's powerful sister Mary, who also cast the young ex-vaudevillian as Amarilly's brother in her own Amarilly of Clotheline Alley (1918). Hackathorne later played the title role in the 1922 screen version of Barrie's The Little Minister and was Bartholomew Gruber in Universal's troubled Merry-Go-Round (1925), but most of his subsequent films were minor. Hackathorne did not fare too well after the changeover to sound and was unbilled in his final films, including 1939's Gone With the Wind, in which he played a wounded soldier.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
94% Gone With the Wind
  • Wounded Soldier
1939
100% Show Boat
  • YMCA Worker
1936
No Score Yet Magnificent Obsession
  • Actor
1935
No Score Yet Only Yesterday
  • Actor
1933
No Score Yet His Master's Voice
  • Bob Henley
1925
No Score Yet The Merry-Go-Round
  • Bartholomew Gruber
1923
No Score Yet Worldly Madonna
  • Ramez
1922
No Score Yet The Last of the Mohicans
  • Capt. Randolph
1920
No Score Yet Amarilly of Clothes-line Alley
  • Actor
1918
No Score Yet The Heart of Humanity
  • Louis Patricia
1918

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