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Henry Hull

​From Wikipedia Henry Watterson Hull (October 3, 1890 – March 8, 1977) was an American character actor most noted for playing the lead in Universal Pictures's Werewolf of London (1935). The film flopped, but has since come to be highly regarded.

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Oct 3, 1890 In Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie Little Women 1918-11-30
Latest Project:
Movie The Chase 1966-02-18
Known For
Poster of The Chase
Poster of Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater
Poster of Lifeboat
Poster of Matinee Idle
Movie The Chase Briggs 1966-02-18
Movie The Fool Killer Dirty Jim Jelliman 1965-04-28
Movie Master of the World Prudent 1961-05-01
Series Outlaws Unknown 1960-09-26
Series Route 66 Unknown 1960-10-07
Movie The Oregon Trail George Seton 1959-08-31
Movie The Proud Rebel Judge Morley 1958-07-01
Movie Bitter Heritage Old Henry 1958-08-07
Series Naked City Unknown 1958-09-30
Movie The Buccaneer Ezra Peavey 1958-12-11
Movie The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw Major Masters 1958-10-28
Movie The Buckskin Lady Dr. James Goldsboro ('Doc') Medley 1957-07-01
Series Trackdown Unknown 1957-10-04
Movie Kentucky Rifle Preacher Bently 1956-07-01
Series Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater Unknown 1956-10-05
Movie Man with the Gun Marshal Lee Sims 1955-11-05
Series Climax! Unknown 1954-10-07
Movie The Last Posse Ollie Stokely 1953-07-04
Movie Thunder Over the Plains Lt. Col. Chandler 1953-10-27
Movie Inferno Sam Elby 1953-08-12
Movie The Treasure of Lost Canyon Cousin Lucius Cooke 1952-03-01
Movie Hollywood Story Philip Ferrara / Vincent St. Clair 1951-06-01
Movie The Return of Jesse James Hank Younger 1950-08-01
Series Lux Video Theatre Unknown 1950-10-02
Movie Rimfire Editor Nathaniel Greeley 1949-03-25
Movie El Paso Henry Jeffers 1949-03-22
Series Suspense Unknown 1949-01-06
Movie Colorado Territory Fred Winslow 1949-06-11
Series Lights Out Unknown 1949-07-19
Movie Song of Surrender Deacon Parry 1949-10-27
Movie The Fountainhead Henry Cameron 1949-06-25
Movie The Great Dan Patch Dan Palmer 1949-07-22
Movie The Great Gatsby Dan Cody 1949-07-13
Movie Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay! Milt Dominy 1948-03-10
Movie On Our Merry Way Dying Man (deleted sequence) (uncredited) 1948-02-03
Movie The Walls of Jericho Jefferson Norman 1948-11-22
Movie Fighter Squadron Brig. Gen. Mike McCready 1948-11-27
Movie Portrait of Jennie Eke 1948-12-25
Movie Deep Valley Cliff Saul 1947-07-30
Movie High Barbaree Dr. William G. Brooke 1947-05-01
Movie Mourning Becomes Electra Seth Beckwith 1947-11-19
Movie Objective, Burma! Mark Williams 1945-02-17
Movie Lifeboat Rittenhouse 1944-01-28
Movie Goodnight, Sweetheart Jeff Parker 1944-06-17
Movie The West Side Kid Sam Winston 1943-08-23
Movie The Woman of the Town Inky Wilkinson 1943-12-31
Movie High Sierra 'Doc' Banton 1941-01-23
Movie My Son, My Son! Dermot O’Riordan 1940-03-21
Movie The Return of Frank James Major Rufus Cobb 1940-08-10
Movie Miracles for Sale Dave Duvallo 1939-08-10
Movie The Return of the Cisco Kid Colonel Joshua Bixby 1939-04-28
Movie Jesse James Major Rufus Cobb 1939-01-14
Movie The Spirit of Culver Doc Allen 1939-03-10
Movie Stanley and Livingstone James Gordon Bennett, Jr. 1939-08-18
Movie Babes in Arms Madox 1939-10-10
Movie Judge Hardy and Son Dr. Jones 1939-12-22
Movie Nick Carter, Master Detective John A. Keller 1939-12-13
Movie Bad Little Angel Red Wilks 1939-10-27
Movie Three Comrades Dr. Becker 1938-06-02
Movie Paradise for Three Sepp 1938-06-04
Movie Yellow Jack Dr. Jesse Lazear 1938-05-19
Movie Port of Seven Seas Uncle Elzear 1938-07-01
Movie Boys Town Dave Morris 1938-09-08
Movie Transient Lady Sen. Hamp Baxter 1935-03-04
Movie Werewolf of London Dr. Wilfred Glendon 1935-05-13
Movie Midnight Nolan 1934-03-07
Movie Great Expectations Abel Magwitch 1934-10-22
Movie Matinee Idle Frank the Actor 1930-06-08
Movie The Hoosier Schoolmaster Ralph Hartsook 1924-02-14
Movie One Exciting Night John Fairfax 1922-10-02
Movie Little Women John Brooke 1918-11-30