William Steele

Highest Rated: 100% The Westerner (1940)
Lowest Rated: 80% The Outlaw (1943)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
Blond American screen cowboy William Steele began his acting career with the Méliès company in his hometown of San Antonio, TX. As a youngster, Steele was known as a top pistol marksman and a splendid trick roper, traits that would stand him in good stead in his chosen profession. The Méliès company's best remembered film was The Immortal Alamo from 1911, and Steele, then going under his real name, William Giddinger, played William Travis, one of the last of the heroes still standing. Later, in Hollywood, he was rarely this heroic on screen; instead, as William Steele, he menaced about every cowboy star under the California skies, usually playing the intelligent but ruthless boss villain. Appearing in hundreds of "B"-westerns, Steele's career lasted until 1956.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
98% The Searchers Nesby 1956
No Score Yet Colt .45 Henchman 1950
No Score Yet The Showdown Terry 1950
95% She Wore a Yellow Ribbon Actor 1949
No Score Yet San Antonio Roper 1945
80% The Outlaw Deputy 1943
100% The Westerner Tex Cole 1940
95% Destry Rides Again Cowboy 1939
No Score Yet Marie Antoinette Footman 1938
No Score Yet Romance Rides the Range Actor 1936
No Score Yet When a Man Sees Red Actor 1934
No Score Yet Doughboys Lt. Randolph 1930
No Score Yet The Last Man on Earth Hattie's father 1924

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