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Who was in all 5 films?

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Starlit, I'm trying to figure this one out without going to IMDB.  Is a hint possible?

Sorry, Terrence, but I think you'll probably have to go to the IMDb.  Even though this actor is listed as having 375 credits, I don't think his name is familiar to most people.  Being the Judy Garland fan that I am, the part that I remember him best in is that of Baby Rosalie's father in Babes in Arms.  Don't know if that helps you any.

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It Happened One Night

Go Into Your Dance

Babes in Arms

Monsieur Verdoux

April Showers

Here are 5 more:

Duck Soup

Kid Galahad

The Roaring Twenties

Broadway Melody of 1940

Love Crazy

Joseph Crehan-- I know him from the ultimate tap dance musical starring three tap dancers: Eleanor Powell, Fred Astaire and George Murphy--

 

Broadway Melody of 1940.

 

He was also in Ruby Keeler's tap dance musical, Go into to Your Dance.

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The Kennel Murder Case

Twentieth Century

Clive of India

Curly Top

The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle

 

Etienne Girardot-- And with a name like that would you believe he was born in

London? But of course his father was indeed a Frenchman.

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The Shop Around the Corner

Foreign Correspondent

Mr. and Mrs. Smith

To Be or Not to Be

The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer

 

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The Shop Around the Corner

Foreign Correspondent

Mr. and Mrs. Smith

To Be or Not to Be

The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer

Honestly, Charles Halton is one of those prolific consummate professional character actors who really falls through all the cracks--if not for great casting directors like Frank Capra.

 

For an actor who is so Anonymous, almost everybody in America can identify him as the bank examiner in It's a Wonderful Life.

 

Star, great choice.

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Is it Harold Miller?

Yes, he may not have been famous, but with his resume he could have written the history of Hollywood.

 

Star, it's all yours--

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Thanks, Princess.

 

Anna Karenina

These Glamour Girls

Jane Eyre

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

Houseboat

 

 

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Why certainly, Terrence.  In fact, I'll give you 5 more:

 

Les Miserables

The Awful Truth

You Can't Take It with You

All This and Heaven, Too

The Picture of Dorian Gray

 

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