Paul Scardon

Highest Rated: 100% My Favorite Blonde (1942)
Lowest Rated: 50% Magic Town (1947)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
As the 19th century became the 20th, Paul Scardon enjoyed a thriving career as an actor, producer, and director on both the Australian and New York stage. Scardon entered films with the Majestic company in 1911; he went on to play such authoritative roles as General Grant in The Battle Cry of Peace. From 1912 until the end of the silent era, he was a prolific director of romantic dramas, some of which starred his wife, actress Betty Blythe. Retiring when talkies came in, Paul Scardon returned to films as an actor in 1940, essaying bit roles until he left show business permanently in 1948.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
86% He Walked by Night Father 1948
No Score Yet Canon City Joe Bondy 1948
54% Secret Beyond the Door Owl Eyes 1948
No Score Yet The Sign of the Ram Perowen 1948
50% Magic Town Hodges 1947
No Score Yet Down Missouri Way Prof. Lewis 1946
No Score Yet The Adventures of Mark Twain Rudyard Kipling 1944
92% Mrs. Miniver Nobby 1942
100% My Favorite Blonde Dr. Higby 1942
No Score Yet Today I Hang Hobbs 1942
No Score Yet Lady from Louisiana (Lady from New Orleans) Judge Wilson 1941
No Score Yet The Fargo Kid Winters 1940
80% Waterloo Bridge Doorman 1940
No Score Yet Uncle Tom's Cabin Actor 1914

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