Matthew Betz

Lowest Rated: 75% The Wedding March (1928)
Birthday: Invalid date
Birthplace: Not Available
Towering character actor Matthew Betz toured in vaudeville and stock before making his film debut in 1921. Betz' best-remembered silent-screen assignment was as Schani Eberle in Von Stroheim's The Wedding March. He proved that sound would be no obstacle to his career by appearing in the first all-talkie horror film The Terror (1928). Most often cast as a menacing gangster, Betz was also seen in the plum role of Hugo the Mute in 1932's Mystery of the Wax Museum. Undoubtedly his least taxing role was in Salvation Nell (1931), in which he was cast as "Matthew Betz"!

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet The Law Commands Frago 1937
No Score Yet Fury Below Dorsky 1936
No Score Yet Racing Blood Tex O'Donnell 1936
No Score Yet Black Coin Jensen 1936
No Score Yet The Little Red Schoolhouse Bill 1936
No Score Yet Let 'em Have It Thompson 1935
No Score Yet Mississippi Man at Bar 1935
No Score Yet Mutiny Ahead Dixon 1935
No Score Yet On Probation Dan 1935
No Score Yet The Fighting Rookie Actor 1934
No Score Yet The Big Chance Flash McQuaid 1933
No Score Yet Tarzan the Fearless Nick Moran 1933
90% The Mystery of the Wax Museum Hugo 1933
No Score Yet The Whirlwind Actor 1933
No Score Yet After Midnight Blackie 1933
No Score Yet The Western Code Worden 1932
No Score Yet Broadway to Cheyenne Joe Carter 1932
No Score Yet Hurricane Express Jordan 1932
No Score Yet Alias Mary Smith Actor 1932
No Score Yet Side Show Actor 1931
86% The Big House Gopher 1930
75% The Wedding March Schani 1928
No Score Yet Shepherd of the Hills Wash Gibbs 1928
No Score Yet The Patent Leather Kid Jake Stuke 1927
83% The Unholy Three Regan 1925
No Score Yet The Lighthouse by the Sea Joe Dagget 1924
No Score Yet Let's Go! "Dip" McGurk 1923

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