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Wallace Beery

Wallace Beery

  • Born on
    • April 1st, 1885
  • Died on
    • April 15th, 1949
From Wikipedia Wallace Fitzgerald Beery (April 1, 1885 – April 15, 1949) was an American actor. He is best known for his portrayal of Bill in Min and Bill opposite Marie Dressler, his titular role in a series of films featuring the character Sweedie, and his titular role in The Champ, for which he won the Academy Award for Best Actor. Beery appeared in some 250 movies over a 36-year span.

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Filmography

Acting (28 Credits)

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1974That's Entertainment! as (archive footage) (uncredited)
1948A Date with Judy as Melvin R. Foster
1935Ah Wilderness! as Uncle Sid
1935China Seas as Jamesy MacArdle
1934Treasure Island as Long John Silver
1934Viva Villa! as Pancho Villa
1933Tugboat Annie as Terry (Husband)
1933Dinner at Eight as Dan Packard
1932Flesh as Polakai
1932Grand Hotel as General Director Preysing
1931The Secret 6 as Louis 'Slaughterhouse' Scorpio
1931Hell Divers as "Windy" Riker
1931The Champ as Andy 'Champ' Purcell
1931The Stolen Jools as Police Sergeant
1930The Big House as Machine Gun 'Butch' Schmidt
1930Min and Bill as Bill
1930Way for a Sailor as Tripod
1928Beggars of Life as Oklahoma Red
1925The Lost World as Prof. Challenger
1924The Sea Hawk as Capt. Jasper Leigh
1923Three Ages as The Villain
1922Robin Hood as Richard the Lion-Hearted
1922My Wife's Relations as Photographer (uncredited)
1921The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse as Lieut. Col. von Richthosen
1920The Last of the Mohicans as Magua
1918Johanna Enlists as Col. Fanner
1917Teddy at the Throttle as Henry Black
1917The Little American as German Soldier (uncredited)

Himself (1 Credits)

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1933Going Hollywood as Himself - Premiere Clip (archive footage)

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