Walter James

Highest Rated: 100% Modern Times (1936)
Lowest Rated: 67% Battling Butler (1926)
Birthday: Invalid date
Birthplace: Not Available
A tall Irish type, Walter James offered at least two unforgettable portrayals in the late silent era: as Mary Pickford's gentle policeman father in Little Annie Rooney (1925) bestowing good cheer and sage advice to all and sundry in his downtrodden Lower Eastside precinct; and even more imposing, as Harold Lloyd's bearish sheriff father in The Kid Brother (1927). James became a semi-regular member of Lloyd's stock company, appearing with the bespectacled comedian in Cat's Paw (1934) and Professor Beware (1938). Much earlier in his career, the strapping actor from Tennessee had been the Chief Eunuch in swimmer Annette Kellerman's A Daughter of the Gods (1916) and a native chief in D.W. Griffith's The Idol Dancer (1920).

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet The Panther's Claw Capt. Henry 1942
No Score Yet Invisible Stripes Worker 1939
No Score Yet Eternally Yours Police Official 1939
No Score Yet Convicts at Large Screenwriter 1938
No Score Yet Professor Beware Man with new hat 1938
No Score Yet This Is My Affair Friend 1937
No Score Yet Oh, Susanna! Sage City Sheriff Briggs 1937
100% Modern Times Worker 1936
No Score Yet The Cat's Paw Club doorman 1934
100% Street Scene Marshal James Henry 1931
No Score Yet Hell's Heroes Sheriff 1930
100% The Kid Brother Jim Hickory 1927
67% Battling Butler The Mountain Girl's Father 1926
No Score Yet Little Annie Rooney Officer Timothy Rooney 1925
No Score Yet The Monster Caliban 1925

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