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Thomas Mitchell

Thomas Mitchell

Thomas Mitchell was one of the great American character actors, whose credits read like a list of the greatest films of the 20th century: Lost Horizon; Stagecoach; The Hunchback of Notre Dame; Mr. Smith Goes to Washington; Gone with the Wind; It's a Wonderful Life and High Noon. His portrayals are so diverse and convincing that most people don't even realize that one actor could have played them all.

The Best Character Actors of all time. - a list by John Jacoby

Thomas Mitchell was one of the great American character actors, whose credits read like a list of the greatest films of the 20th century: Lost Horizon; Stagecoach; The Hunchback of Notre Dame; Mr. Smith Goes to Washington; Gone with the Wind; It's a Wonderful Life and High Noon. His portrayals are so diverse and convincing that most people don't even realize that one actor could have played them all.

THOMAS GOMEZ (July 10, 1905-June 18, 1971) Oscar nominee for "Ride the Pink Horse." Gomez entered showbiz directly out of high school when he answered an ad for the Lunt & Fontaine Theater Group. The memorable character worked in theater & film from 1930's-1970s. Highlights include "Key Largo" and "Force of Evil,"  He also had numerous memorable roles in westerns & TV shows. He served on the Board of Directors of SAG for 40 years. Gomez was also famous resident of the Hollywood Roosevelt…

THOMAS GOMEZ (July 10, 1905-June 18, 1971) Oscar nominee for "Ride the Pink Horse." Gomez entered showbiz directly out of high school when he answered an ad for the Lunt & Fontaine Theater Group. The memorable character worked in theater & film from 1930's-1970s. Highlights include "Key Largo" and "Force of Evil," He also had numerous memorable roles in westerns & TV shows. He served on the Board of Directors of SAG for 40 years. Gomez was also famous resident of the Hollywood Roosevelt…

Pretty sure that at least two or three of these gorgeous men are not from Austen-adaptations, but what the heck, a cravat is always a cravat... :P

Pretty sure that at least two or three of these gorgeous men are not from Austen-adaptations, but what the heck, a cravat is always a cravat... :P

VETERAN CHARACTER ACTOR DEAD AT 88  William Windom, the recognizable character actor who had a career on the small screen spanning seven decades, passed away today at age 88.

VETERAN CHARACTER ACTOR DEAD AT 88 William Windom, the recognizable character actor who had a career on the small screen spanning seven decades, passed away today at age 88.

hobart cavanaugh - Google Search

hobart cavanaugh - Google Search

John Carradine circa 1938 R95 8x10 Linen Textured Premium Photo

John Carradine circa 1938 R95 8x10 Linen Textured Premium Photo

Joseph Sherrard Kearns (February 12, 1907 – February 17, 1962) was an American actor, who is best remembered for his role as George Wilson ("Mr. Wilson") in the CBS television series Dennis the Menace from 1959 until his death in 1962, and for providing the voice of the Doorknob in the animated Disney film, Alice in Wonderland.

Joseph Sherrard Kearns (February 12, 1907 – February 17, 1962) was an American actor, who is best remembered for his role as George Wilson ("Mr. Wilson") in the CBS television series Dennis the Menace from 1959 until his death in 1962, and for providing the voice of the Doorknob in the animated Disney film, Alice in Wonderland.

Dean Jagger (1903 - 1991) He appeared in the movies "Twelve O'Clock High", "Elmer Gantry", "White Christmas", and "King Creole"

Dean Jagger (1903 - 1991) He appeared in the movies "Twelve O'Clock High", "Elmer Gantry", "White Christmas", and "King Creole"

Henry Stephenson

Henry Stephenson

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