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James T. Mack

Highest Rated:   100% Steamboat Bill Jr. (1928)
Lowest Rated:   61% When Brendan Met Trudy (2001)
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Veteran stage actor James T. Mack (born McElhern) originated the role of Johnny-the-Harp in Eugene O'Neil's Anna Christie, which opened on Broadway November 2, 1921, with Pauline Lord in the title role. An infrequent supporting actor in films from the mid-1910s, Mack repeated his performance for the motion picture cameras in Greta Garbo's English-language version in 1930 but then spent the remainder of his career playing unbilled bit parts in films ranging from Bonnie Scotland (1935; as the butler) to Alias Boston Blackie (1942; as the valet).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
61% When Brendan Met Trudy
  • Brendan and Trudy's Child
2001
No Score Yet The Texans
  • Actor
1938
No Score Yet Adventure's End
  • Hooten
1937
No Score Yet Theodora Goes Wild
  • Minister
1936
82% Libeled Lady
  • Pop
1936
No Score Yet Bonnie Scotland (Heroes of the Regiment)
  • Butler
1935
No Score Yet G-Men
  • Agent
1935
No Score Yet Charlie Chan's Secret
  • Fingerprint man
1935
No Score Yet In Love with Life
  • Stevens
1934
No Score Yet One Year Later
  • Clergyman
1933
No Score Yet Arsene Lupin
  • Laurent
1932
No Score Yet Anna Christie
  • Johnny the Harp
1930
100% Steamboat Bill Jr.
  • Minister
1928

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