Theodore Newton

Highest Rated: 88% Friendly Persuasion (1956)
Birthday: Aug 4, 1904
Birthplace: Not Available
"Male ingénue" Theodore Newton was signed to a Warner Bros. contract in 1933, whereupon he spent the next year or so playing nominal romantic leads in films like the George Arliss vehicles The Working Man and Voltaire. Newton was given the chance to toughen up his callow screen image when he was loaned out to Monogram to play a fast-talking crime reporter in The Sphinx (1933), which remains his most memorable film performance. After playing a handful of secondary roles for RKO, he left Hollywood in 1935 to concentrate on stage work. Theodore Newton returned to the screen as a character actor in 1945, playing various authority figures (usually military officers) until his retirement in 1959.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Dime With a Halo Consul Glenson 1963
No Score Yet The Story on Page One Dr. Kemper 1959
82% Somebody Up There Likes Me Commissioner Eddie Eagan 1956
88% Friendly Persuasion Army Major 1956
No Score Yet The Come On Capt. Getz 1956
No Score Yet Two Years Before the Mast Hayes 1946
No Score Yet Blind Date (Her Sacrifice) Tom 1934
No Score Yet Upper World Rocklen 1934
No Score Yet Heat Lightning Steve 1934
No Score Yet Now I'll Tell Joe Ready 1934
No Score Yet The World Changes Paul 1933
No Score Yet From Headquarters Jack Winton 1933
No Score Yet Ace of Aces Lt. Foster `Froggy' Kelley 1933
No Score Yet The Sphinx Jack Burton 1933
No Score Yet The Working Man Tommy 1933
No Score Yet Voltaire Francois 1933

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents
1955-1962
Sam Kern Shea Dr. Cooper Doctor Nash
  • 1962
  • 1960
  • 1957
  • 1956
No Score Yet Leave It to Beaver
1957-1963
Mr. Davenport
  • 1960

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