James C. Morton

Highest Rated: 100% Way Out West (1937)
Lowest Rated: 43% Naughty Marietta (1935)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
Bald-pated, raspy-voiced stage and vaudeville comedian James C. Morton came to films in 1930. Working almost exclusively in short subjects, Morton spent the better part of his movie career with the Hal Roach and Columbia comedy units. He provided support for such two-reel funsters as Laurel and Hardy, the Three Stooges, Andy Clyde, Charley Chase, ZaSu Pitts, Thelma Todd, Patsy Kelly, Leon Erroll, and Our Gang. His film roles ran the gamut from bartenders to high-ranking military officers; he was frequently decked out with a lavish toupee, which inevitably ended up on the floor in a mangled heap. He was at his best as the cunning woodchopper who talks bandits Laurel and Hardy out of their money in The Devil's Brother (1933); as Paul Pain, "the heartthrob of millions," in Three Stooges' A Pain in the Pullman (1936), and frontier sharpster Quackenbush in Gene Autry's Public Cowboy No. One (1937), one of his handful of Western-feature assignments. Reportedly, James C. Morton served as director of the 1918 film A Daughter of Uncle Sam.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Boogie Man Will Get You Officer Quincy 1942
No Score Yet Street of Chance Bartender 1942
No Score Yet In Old California Red 1942
No Score Yet Johnny Eager Card Player 1942
No Score Yet To the Shores of Tripoli Bartender 1942
No Score Yet Lady from Louisiana (Lady from New Orleans) Littlefield 1941
91% My Little Chickadee Train Conductor 1940
No Score Yet When the Daltons Rode Juror Ed Pickett 1940
83% The Return of Frank James Bartender 1940
No Score Yet The Courageous Dr. Christian Balley 1940
No Score Yet Danger on Wheels Police Sergeant 1940
No Score Yet When Tomorrow Comes Chef 1939
No Score Yet You Can't Cheat an Honest Man Judge 1939
No Score Yet Topper Takes a Trip Bailiff 1938
No Score Yet Block-Heads James 1938
No Score Yet Public Cowboy No. 1 Quackenbush 1937
No Score Yet Rhythm in the Clouds Cop 1937
100% Way Out West Bartender 1937
No Score Yet Every Day's a Holiday Bartender 1937
No Score Yet Pick a Star Bartender 1937
No Score Yet Easy to Take Police Sergeant 1936
No Score Yet Our Relations Bartender 1936
No Score Yet The Three Stooges Bailiff 1936
100% Modern Times Assembly Worker 1936
No Score Yet The Bohemian Girl Constable 1936
No Score Yet Frisco Kid Man 1935
43% Naughty Marietta Barber 1935
No Score Yet You're Telling Me George Smith 1934
No Score Yet Operator 13 Secret Service Man 1934
No Score Yet The House of Mystery Englishman 1934
No Score Yet The Devil's Brother First Woodchopper 1933
No Score Yet Pack Up Your Troubles Police Officer 1932


No Score Yet The Three Stooges
J.T. Walton Bailiff Bit Role Paul Pain
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