George Hassell

Highest Rated: 100% Captain Blood (1935)
Lowest Rated: 100% Captain Blood (1935)
Birthday: Invalid date
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A veteran stage actor from England, George Hassell was usually cast as pompous characters. Rarely onscreen in the silent era (Old Dutch in 1915 and Lillian Gish's La Boheme in 1925), Haskell was fairly busy in the last couple of years of his life, playing among others: Sir Pitt Crawley, Becky's wealthy father-in-law in Becky Sharp (1935); Governor Steed in Captain Blood (1935); Dr. Wildfinger, one of the professors at the Montreaux School for Girls in Girls' Dormitory (1936); and shipping magnate Robert Hitchings Sr. in Think Fast, Mr. Moto (1937). Hassell's third film under a new, exclusive contract with 20th CenturyFox was released posthumously.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Think Fast, Mr. Moto Mr. Hitchings 1937
No Score Yet Wee Willie Winkie MacMonachie 1937
No Score Yet Girls' Dormitory Dr. Wilfinger 1936
No Score Yet Petticoat Fever Capt. Landry 1936
No Score Yet The King Steps Out Herlicka 1936
100% Captain Blood Gov. Steed 1935
No Score Yet Becky Sharp Sir Pitt Crawley 1935
No Score Yet The Flame Within Rigby 1935
No Score Yet Night Life of the Gods Bacchus 1935
No Score Yet La Boheme Schaunard 1926


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