Russell Hardie

Highest Rated: 95% Fail-Safe (1964)
Lowest Rated: 60% The Group (1966)
Birthday: May 20, 1904
Birthplace: Not Available
Stage actor Russell Hardie came to films in the early 1930s as an all-purpose "juvenile." Hardie's larger roles included the arrogant stage-star son of veteran vaudevillians Frank Morgan and Alice Brady in Broadway to Hollywood (1933) and Gustave in Camille (1936). In 1937, he returned to the stage, appearing exclusively in theatrical productions until 1951. Russell Hardie re-emerged on screen in the 1960s as a New York-based character actor, essaying featured roles in such films as Fail Safe (1964) and The Group (1966).

Highest Rated Movies



60% The Group Mr. Davison 1966
95% Fail-Safe Gen. Stark 1964
No Score Yet Cop Hater Lt. Byrne 1958
No Score Yet The Frogmen Capt. Radford 1951
No Score Yet Down to the Sea John Kaminas 1936
92% Camille Gustave 1936
No Score Yet In Old Kentucky Actor 1935
No Score Yet West Point of the Air Phil Carter 1935
No Score Yet Sequoia, (Malibu) Bob Alden 1934
No Score Yet Murder in the Private Car Blake 1934
No Score Yet As the Earth Turns Actor 1934
No Score Yet Operator 13 Littledale 1934
No Score Yet Men in White Dr. Michaelson 1934
No Score Yet Stage Mother Fred Lorraine 1933
No Score Yet Christopher Bean Warren Creamer 1933


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