Russell Hopton

Russell Hopton

  • Born on
    • February 18th, 1900
  • Died on
    • April 7th, 1945
Harry Russell Hopton was an American film actor and director. Hopton was born in New York, New York. He appeared in 110 films between 1926 and 1945, often playing streetwise characters from the city. He directed the films Song of the Trail (1936) and Black Gold (1936). He died of an overdose of sleeping pills in North Hollywood, California.

Starring Russell Hopton on Plex


Acting (22 Credits)

1950So Young, So Bad as Police Sergeant (archive footage) (uncredited)
1945Zombies on Broadway as Benny
1939The Saint Strikes Back as Harry Donnell
1939Made for Each Other as Collins
1935'G' Men as Gerard
1935Star of Midnight as Tommy Tennant
1934Born to Be Bad as Steve Karns
1934He Was Her Man as Monk, Curly's Hitman
1934Men in White as Pete
1933The Little Giant as Albert J. 'Al' Daniels
1933Lady Killer as Smiley
1933I'm No Angel as 'Flea' Madigan
1933Secret of the Blue Room as Max, Chauffeur
1931The Miracle Woman as Bill Welford
1931Street Scene as Steve Sankey
1931Arrowsmith as Terry Wickett
1931The Star Witness as Deputy Thorpe
1931Dance, Fools, Dance as Whitey
1931Blonde Crazy as Jerry (uncredited)
1930Min and Bill as Alec
1930Remote Control as Frank
1930The Criminal Code as State's Attorney

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