Walter Law

Highest Rated: 100% Whoopee (1930)
Lowest Rated: 100% Whoopee (1930)
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Beginning his long screen career in the early '10s with the Lubin company in Philadelphia, veteran stage actor Walter Law enjoyed his greatest success at Fox in 1916-1917, when he played Friar Laurence to Theda Bara's Juliet in Romeo and Juliet (1916), Count de Varville to the great vamp's Camille (1917), and Zuoroff in Her Greatest Love, a 1917 Bara version of Ouida's Moths. There were many other important roles, but Law returned to the stage after playing General Lee in Marion Davies' Janice Meredith (1924) (Ken Maynard made his screen debut as Paul Revere in the same sequence). Returning to play bit parts in the talkie era, often at his former studio Fox, Law is perhaps best remembered as heroine Jean Rogers' father in the 1936 serial The Adventures of Frank Merriwell.

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No Score Yet Queen of the Sea King Boreas 2018
No Score Yet The Adventures of Frank Merriwell Actor 1936
No Score Yet Between Fighting Men Actor 1932
100% Whoopee Judd Morgan 1930
No Score Yet Janice Meredith Gen. Charles Lee 1924
No Score Yet If I Were King Thibault 1920

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