Howard Davies

Highest Rated: 94% Lassie Come Home (1943)
Birthday: Not Available
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British-born character actor Howard Davies came to films in 1912 after touring in Lewis Morrison's version of Faust, in a West Coast production of Lady Audley's Secret and five years of vaudeville experience. Often playing rather pompous characters, Davies popped up in such disparate films as Davy Crockett (1916), the legendary propaganda epic Ravished Armenia (1919), and the still-extant low-budget Western The White Outlaw (1929). The veteran actor became an extra in sound films.

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No Score Yet National Theatre Live: The Last Of The Haussmans Encore Director 2012
No Score Yet National Theatre Live: The Last Of The Haussmans Director 2012
No Score Yet National Theatre Live: The Cherry Orchard Encore Director 2011
No Score Yet Copenhagen Director 2002
No Score Yet The Secret Rapture Director 1993
No Score Yet Tales from Hollywood Director 1992
No Score Yet Devotion Englishman 1946
No Score Yet A Guy Named Joe Bartender 1944
94% Lassie Come Home Cobbler 1943
No Score Yet Thank Your Lucky Stars Pub Character 1943
91% You Can't Take It With You Neighbor (uncredited) 1938
No Score Yet The Woman Disputed Actor 1928

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