Sam Hardy

Highest Rated: 100% The Miracle Woman (1931)
Lowest Rated: 98% King Kong (1933)
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Robust, hearty character actor Sam Hardy made the transition from stage to films in 1915. Among Hardy's silent screen roles were Simon Legree in Uncle Tom's Cabin (1920) and Cornelius Vanderbilt in Little Old New York (1923). His deep, full-barreled voice made him an indispensable talking-picture supporting actor in such roles as crooked religious-revival promoter Bob Hornsby in Capra's The Miracle Worker (1931) and theatrical impresario Weston ("Is this the moving picture ship?") in King Kong (1933). A close friend of comedian W.C. Fields, Sam Hardy co-authored the screenplay of the 1935 Fields comedy Man on the Flying Trapeze.

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Break of Hearts Marx 1935
No Score Yet Powdersmoke Range Mayor `Big Steve' Ogden 1935
No Score Yet Night Alarm Editor Stephen Caldwell 1935
No Score Yet The Gay Bride Dingle 1934
No Score Yet Little Miss Marker Bennie, the Gouge 1934
No Score Yet Transatlantic Merry-Go-Round Jack Summers 1934
No Score Yet Curtain at Eight Marty Gallagher 1934
No Score Yet Ann Vickers Russell Spaulding 1933
No Score Yet Three Cornered Moon Hawkins 1933
98% King Kong Charles Weston 1933
No Score Yet One Sunday Afternoon Dr. Startzman 1933
No Score Yet Make Me a Star Jeff Baird 1932
No Score Yet The Dark Horse Black 1932
No Score Yet Peach-O-Reno Judge Jackson 1931
100% The Miracle Woman Bob Hornsby 1931
No Score Yet The Millionaire McCoy 1931
No Score Yet Borrowed Wives Parker 1930
No Score Yet Big News Joe Reno 1929
No Score Yet On with the Show Jerry 1929
No Score Yet Orchids and Ermine Hank 1927

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