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Rev. Neal Dodd

Highest Rated:   100% The Killers (1946)
Lowest Rated:   80% Blue Skies (1946)
Birthday:   Not Available
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The screen's favorite minister, the Rev. Neal Dodd had established his first Hollywood church in a storefront in 1918. Two years later, he was functioning as technical advisor on The Furnace (1920) and, in 1921, became a founding member of a relief fund to aid film workers in need. A lifelong supporter of the industry, Dodd made himself available whenever a film needed a pastor and ended up making more than 300 screen appearances. In 1924, he became a founding member of the Motion Picture Relief Fund of America (later Motion Picture and Television Fund), the charitable organization that today runs the Motion Picture Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, CA, a facility catering to retired motion picture and television personnel.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Here Comes the Groom
  • Priest
1951
86% Sorry, Wrong Number
  • Minister
1948
80% Blue Skies
  • Minister
1946
100% The Killers
  • Minister
1946
100% Scarlet Street
  • Priest
1945
No Score Yet The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry (Guilty of Murder?)
  • Minister
1945
No Score Yet Marriage Is a Private Affair
  • Minister
1944
No Score Yet They All Kissed the Bride
  • Minister
1942
No Score Yet Santa Fe Trail
  • Minister
1940
94% Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
  • Senate chaplain
1939
No Score Yet Gambling Lady
  • Minister
1934
98% It Happened One Night
  • Minister
1934
No Score Yet Employees' Entrance
  • Minister
1933
No Score Yet Merrily We Go to Hell
  • Minister
1932

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