Clive reprised his stage success in the 1930 filming of "Journey's End", helmed by James Whale. A talented actor with a real flair for tension bordering on hysteria, he is probably best known for his...
St. Malo, France
|Journey's End||Actor||Capt. Denis Stanhope||1|
|Lily Christine||Actor||Rupert Harvey||1|
|Clive of India||Actor||Lt. Johnstone||1|
|The Girl From Tenth Avenue||Actor||John Morland||1|
|The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo||Actor||Bertrand Berkeley||1|
|The Right to Live||Actor||Maurice Trent||1|
|History is Made at Night||Actor||Bruce Vail||1|
|The Stronger Sex||Actor||Warren Barrington||1|
|The Widow from Monte Carlo||Actor||Eric||1|
|The Woman I Love||Actor||Capt. Thelis||1|
|Looking Forward||Actor||Geoffrey Fielding||1|
|Christopher Strong||Actor||Sir Christopher Strong||1|
|Bride of Frankenstein||Actor||Baron Von Frankenstein||1|
|One More River||Actor||n/a||1|
|Film acting debut|
|Jean Casalis||Wife||married until his death; born in 1897; died on August 16, 1966|
Monster movies (or creature features as many call them) have been scaring the pants off of audiences with their faction of freaks since the Silent Era. This week, one of the most treasured characters in film history is set to return with the help of director Joe Johnston and Benicio Del Toro in The Wolfman and we thought it would be nice to reintroduce you to some of the characters in the creepy collective.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.