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John T. Murray

Highest Rated:   100% Lost Horizon (1937)
Lowest Rated:   94% Foreign Correspondent (1940)
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A long-nosed character comedian from Australia, in Hollywood from around 1924, John T. Murray was the husband of buxom comedian Vivian Oakland, with whom he appeared in scores of two-reel comedies, including Andy Clyde's Mr. Clyde Goes to Broadway (1940). Earlier, Murray had played the notorious Jack the Kisser, to whom poor Andy was handcuffed in Caught in the Act (1936), and fans of the Three Stooges may remember him as the professor in Violent Is the Word for Curly (1938). Equally busy in feature films, Murray played Talleyrand in Alexander Hamilton (1931), Pilate's servant in The Last Days of Pompeii (1935), the city editor in The Golden Arrow (1936), and various bit parts in MGM's venerable Andy Hardy series. Retired since the early '40s, Murray died at the Motion Picture Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, CA.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Reveille with Beverly
  • Director
1943
No Score Yet Accent on Love
  • Actor
1941
94% Foreign Correspondent
  • Clark
1940
No Score Yet The Hardys Ride High
  • Don Davis
1939
No Score Yet Gang Bullets
  • Meade
1938
No Score Yet Cowboy from Brooklyn
  • Col. Rose
1938
No Score Yet The Three Stooges
  • Actor
1938
100% Lost Horizon
  • Meeker
1937
No Score Yet Ever Since Eve
  • Lowell
1937
No Score Yet High, Wide and Handsome
  • Mr. Green
1937
No Score Yet True Confession
  • Otto Krayler
1937
No Score Yet Sweetheart of the Navy
  • Carson
1937
100% After the Thin Man
  • Jerry
1936
No Score Yet The Golden Arrow
  • City Editor
1936
No Score Yet Lady in Scarlet
  • Albert J. Sayre
1935
No Score Yet Call of the Wild
  • Heavy on Stage
1935
No Score Yet Great God Gold
  • Simon
1935
No Score Yet Housewife
  • Salesman
1934
No Score Yet Night Work
  • Calloway
1930
No Score Yet Bardelys the Magnificent
  • Lafosse
1926

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