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Harold Huber

Highest Rated:   100% Beau Geste (1939)
Lowest Rated:   43% Naughty Marietta (1935)
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Given the fact that the mustachioed, beady-eyed Harold Huber looked as though he'd stepped right out of a Damon Runyon story, it's hard to believe that Huber could ever have hoped for a successful career as a lawyer. Yet it is true that Huber, a graduate of the Columbia University law school, did indeed briefly hang out an attorney's shingle. By the time he was in his mid-20s, however, Huber had switched to acting, often in shifty, underhanded roles of various nationalities. He showed up in a handful of Charlie Chan films, usually equipped with an unconvincing comic-opera foreign accent; he was, however, thoroughly convincing as the fast-talking New York police detective in 1937's Charlie Chan on Broadway. A busy radio and television performer, Harold Huber starred on the radio versions of Fu Manchu and Hercule Poirot, and was top-billed as Broadway columnist Johnny Warren on the 1950 TV series I Cover Times Square.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Joker Is Wild
  • Harry Bliss
1957
No Score Yet Let's Dance
  • Marcel, Cook in Club
1950
No Score Yet My Friend Irma Goes West
  • Pete
1950
No Score Yet Crime Doctor
  • Joe Dylan
1943
No Score Yet Lady from Chungking
  • General Kaimura
1942
No Score Yet A Gentleman After Dark
  • Stubby
1942
No Score Yet Charlie Chan in Rio
  • Chief Souto
1941
No Score Yet A Man Betrayed (Citadel of Crime) (Wheel of Fortune)
  • Morris Slade
1941
No Score Yet Down Mexico Way
  • Pancho Grande
1941
No Score Yet Kit Carson
  • Lopez
1940
80% Dance, Girl, Dance
  • Hoboken Gent
1940
100% Beau Geste
  • Voisin
1939
No Score Yet King of the Turf
  • Santelli
1939
No Score Yet Charlie Chan in City in Darkness
  • Police Inspector Marcel
1939
No Score Yet Charlie McCarthy, Detective
  • Tony Garcia
1939
No Score Yet Six Thousand Enemies
  • Joe Silenus
1939
No Score Yet Going Places
  • Maxie Miller
1939
No Score Yet Mysterious Mr. Moto
  • Ernst Litmar
1938
No Score Yet Mr. Moto's Gamble
  • Lt. Riggs
1938
No Score Yet A Slight Case of Murder
  • Giuseppe
1938
No Score Yet The Adventures of Marco Polo
  • Toctai
1938
No Score Yet Charlie Chan on Broadway
  • Inspector Nelson
1937
94% The Good Earth
  • Cousin
1937
No Score Yet Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo
  • French Police Inspector
1937
No Score Yet The Gay Desperado
  • Juan Campo
1936
No Score Yet The Devil Is a Sissy
  • Willie
1936
100% San Francisco
  • Babe
1936
No Score Yet Klondike Annie
  • Chan Lo
1936
No Score Yet We're Only Human
  • Tony Ricci
1935
100% Mad Love
  • Thief
1935
No Score Yet G-Men
  • Venke
1935
43% Naughty Marietta
  • Abraham "Abe"
1935
No Score Yet Reckless
  • Nick Londos
1935
No Score Yet The World Accuses
  • Checkers Fraley
1935
No Score Yet Hideout
  • Dr. Warner
1934
No Score Yet A Very Honorable Guy
  • Joe
1934
No Score Yet He Was Her Man
  • J.C. Ward
1934
97% The Thin Man
  • Nunheim
1934
No Score Yet Hi, Nellie!
  • Leo
1934
No Score Yet The Mayor of Hell
  • Joe
1933
No Score Yet The Silk Express
  • Craft
1933
No Score Yet Life of Jimmy Dolan
  • Reggie Newman
1933
No Score Yet Central Airport
  • Swarthy Man
1933
No Score Yet Ladies They Talk About
  • Lefty
1933
No Score Yet Frisco Jenny
  • Weaver
1933
No Score Yet The Bowery
  • Slick
1933
No Score Yet Midnight Mary
  • Puggy
1933
No Score Yet The Match King
  • Scarlatti
1932
No Score Yet 20,000 Years in Sing Sing
  • Tony
1932

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