Harry Green

Highest Rated: 80% A King in New York (1957)
Lowest Rated: 80% A King in New York (1957)
Birthday: Apr 1, 1892
Birthplace: Not Available
A former lawyer, Harry Green took to the vaudeville stage as a comedian and magician in the years following WW I. When talking pictures came in, Green found himself at Paramount, playing mildly stereotypical Jewish characters in such films as The Kibitzer (1929) and Close Harmony (1931). Highlights of Green's Hollywood output include his plaintive rendition of "Isadore the Toreador" in Paramount on Parade (1930) and his portrayal of one Jose Pedro Alesandro Lopez Rubinstein in Fox's She Learned About Sailors (1934). Harry Green spent his last decade in England, essaying character roles in films like Joe MacBeth (1956) and Chaplin's A King in New York (1957).

Highest Rated Movies



80% A King in New York Lawyer Green 1957
No Score Yet Joe MacBeth Big Dutch 1956
No Score Yet Star Dust Bird Man 1940
No Score Yet The Cisco Kid and the Lady Teasdale 1939
No Score Yet She Learned About Sailors Jose Pedro Alesandro Lopez Rubinstein 1934
No Score Yet Coming Out Party Harry Gold 1934
No Score Yet Born to Be Bad Adolph 1934
No Score Yet This Day and Age Herman 1933
No Score Yet Mr. Skitch Cohen 1933
No Score Yet No Limit Maxie Mindil 1931
No Score Yet The Light of Western Stars "Pie Pan" Pultz 1930
No Score Yet Be Yourself Harry Field 1930
No Score Yet Paramount on Parade Guest Star 1930
No Score Yet The Man I Love Curly Bloom 1929


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