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Kenneth Hunter

Lowest Rated:   88% The Little Princess (1939)
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A debonair stage actor from South Africa who often sported an impressively florid mustache, Kenneth Hunter played the "other man" in several melodramas of the early 1910s, including The Ransom (1916) opposite Broadway star Julia Dean and Daredevil Kate (1916) opposite femme fatale Virginia Pearson (both produced in New York City). After more than a decade of stage work, Hunter returned to the screen in the late '30s, mainly playing ramrod-straight military officers: the commandant in Lancer Spy (1937), a general in The Little Princess (1939), and a brigadier general in The Red Danube (1949). He was also Sir Mortimer in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938), Lord Tyrmanell in The Earl of Chicago (1940), and a mounted police inspector in The Lodger (1944).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Knock on Wood
  • Old Man
1954
No Score Yet The Red Danube
  • Brigadier General
1949
No Score Yet Deception
  • Manager
1946
No Score Yet Frenchman's Creek
  • Guest
1944
No Score Yet The Lodger
  • Mounted Inspector
1944
No Score Yet The Moon and Sixpence
  • Col. MacAndrew
1942
96% Suspicion
  • Sir Gerald
1941
No Score Yet The Earl of Chicago
  • Lord Tyrmanell
1940
88% The Little Princess
  • General
1939
No Score Yet Kidnapped
  • Capt. Frazer
1938
100% The Adventures of Robin Hood
  • Sir Mortimer
1938
No Score Yet Another Dawn
  • Sir Charles Benton
1937
No Score Yet Lancer Spy
  • Commandant
1937

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