Huntly Gordon

Highest Rated: 95% Stage Door (1937)
Lowest Rated: 80% Follow the Fleet (1936)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
Canadian actor Huntley Gordon began his film career in 1918, then spent the next two decades alternating between American and British productions. Gordon's Hollywood assignments include the role of jazz-baby Joan Crawford's father in Our Dancing Daughters (1928). His talkie credits include 1935's Daniel Boone, in which he was cast as Sir John Randolph, and 1937's Stage Door, in which he and several other distinguished character actors were seen in the play-within-a-play. Huntley Gordon was also busy in the world of network radio during the 1940s.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Phantom Express Actor 2032
No Score Yet Lady with Red Hair Actor Playing John 1940
No Score Yet Phantom of Chinatown Wilkes 1940
No Score Yet Mr. Wong in Chinatown Davidson, Bank Manager 1939
No Score Yet Gangster's Boy Principal Benson 1938
No Score Yet Professor Beware Mr. Capell, Film Producer 1938
95% Stage Door Cast of Play 1937
No Score Yet Idol of the Crowds Harvey Castle 1937
No Score Yet Klondike Annie Clinton Reynolds 1936
80% Follow the Fleet Touring Officer 1936
No Score Yet Yours for the Asking Clark Bering 1936
No Score Yet Murder by Television Dr. Scofield 1935
No Score Yet Page Miss Glory Radio Official 1935
No Score Yet The Irish in Us Man 1935
80% Front Page Woman Marvin Q. Stone 1935
No Score Yet Dancing Man Mason 1934
No Score Yet Only Yesterday Actor 1933
No Score Yet The World Gone Mad (The Public Be Hanged) (Public Be Damned) Osborne 1933
No Score Yet Corruption D.A. 1933
No Score Yet Secrets William Carlton as an Adult 1933
No Score Yet Midnight Warning Mr. Gordon 1932
No Score Yet Red-Haired Alibi Kente 1932
No Score Yet The King Murder Actor 1932
No Score Yet Broadway to Cheyenne Actor 1932
No Score Yet Night World Jim 1932
No Score Yet New Movietone Follies of 1930 Marvin Kingsley 1930
No Score Yet Our Dancing Daughters Diana's father 1928
No Score Yet Enchantment The Fairy Tale King 1921