William Humphrey

Highest Rated: 83% The Unholy Three (1925)
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A busy actor/director with the pioneering Vitagraph company from at least 1908, William Humphrey played Napoleon Bonaparte to Julia Arthur's Josephine in Napoleon and the Empress Josephine (1909) and later helmed one-reelers featuring the company's famous canine star Jean. Humphrey's last directorial assignment was the 1922 mystery drama Foolish Monte Carlo, which he also wrote. As a character actor, the white-haired Humphrey portrayed Mr. Sedley in Vanity Fair (1923), was Stephen A. Douglass in Abraham Lincoln (1924), and played the defense attorney in Lon Chaney's The Unholy Three (1925). He repeated his impersonation of Napoleon three times in the sound era: in Devil May Care (1929), Manhattan Parade (1933), and Are We Civilized? (1934); he also played Dr. Haupt in the minor horror classic The Vampire Bat (1933).

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet This England Actor 1941
No Score Yet The Plainsman Hugh McCulloch 1936
No Score Yet False Pretenses Newman 1935
No Score Yet Get That Man Actor 1935
No Score Yet The Fighting Pilot F.S. Reynolds 1935
60% The Vampire Bat (Blood Sucker) (Forced to Sin) Dr. Haupt 1933
No Score Yet One Year Later Conductor 1933
No Score Yet The Cowboy Counsellor Judge 1933
No Score Yet Wayne Murder Case Coroner 1932
No Score Yet Madame Racketeer Bank Director 1932
No Score Yet Tangled Destinies Professor Hartley 1932
No Score Yet Murder at Midnight Colton 1931
No Score Yet Devil May Care Napoleon 1929
No Score Yet The Godless Girl Actor 1929
83% The Unholy Three Defense Attorney 1925
No Score Yet Beau Brummel Lord Alvanley 1924
No Score Yet Abraham Lincoln Stephen A. Douglas 1924
No Score Yet Haldane of the Secret Service Edward Ormsby 1923
No Score Yet Scaramouche The Chevalier de Chabrillone 1923
No Score Yet Way of a Woman Nathan Casper 1919

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