Tom Santschi

Highest Rated: 56% In Old Arizona (1928)
Lowest Rated: 56% In Old Arizona (1928)
Birthday: Invalid date
Birthplace: Not Available
A barnstorming stage actor for nearly 20 years, burly leading man Tom Santschi entered films in 1909. Five years later, he made cinema history with his bloody, drawn-out screen fistfight with William Farnum in The Spoilers (1914). Farnum won that bout and remained a star; Santschi lost, and spent most of the 1910s and 1920s losing several other movie battles in villainous roles. Before settling into secondary parts, Santschi directed many of his starring vehicles, including His Fighting Blood (1914) and A Sultana of the Desert (1915). Shortly before his death from high blood pressure in 1931, an ageing but unbowed Tom Santschi engaged in another movie brawl with William Farnum in the early talkie Ten Nights in a Bar-Room.

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Little Orphan Annie Actor 1932
No Score Yet Ten Nights in a Barroom Simon Slade 1931
No Score Yet The Phantom of the West Bud Landers 1931
No Score Yet Paradise Island Dutch Mike Lutze 1930
56% In Old Arizona Cowpuncher 1928
No Score Yet When A Man Loves Captain of the Convict Boat 1927
No Score Yet Old San Francisco Captain Stoner 1927
No Score Yet The Land Beyond the Law Bob Crew 1927
No Score Yet Tracked by the Police Actor 1927
No Score Yet Three Bad Men Bull Stanley 1926
No Score Yet Paths to Paradise Callahan 1925
No Score Yet Beyond the Border Actor 1925
No Score Yet The Street of Tears Actor 1924
No Score Yet The Spoilers Alex MacNamara 1914

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