Friday, 23 June 2017

Paul Everton

Born: 19 September 1868, New York City, New York, USA
Died: 26 February 1948, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA

Paul Everton was a stage actor who's Broadway career ran for over 35 years. He simultaneously found time to appear in over 80 films from the silent era through to the late 1940s.

Here Comes Flossie! (1933) as Pa



















Five Little Peppers and How They Grew (1939) as Townsend (uncredited)



















Other Works

Stage

1899 A Romance of Athlone as Major Martin Manning
1901 Garrett O'Magh as Rufus Hardy
1901 A Romance of Athlone
1904 Taps
1906 Lucky Miss Dean/The Daughterof Tumbrils
1912 A Rich Man's Son
1914 The Dragon's Claw
1914 Kick In as 'Whip' Fogarty
1915 My Lady's Garter
1916 Macbeth
1916 The Silent Witness
1919 Five O'Clock as Dr. Gould
1919 The Sign on the Door as Inspector Treffy
1921 The Man in the Making as J. Z. Carswell
1921 The Varying Shore as Garreth Treadway
1922 The Drums of Jeopardy as Boris Karlov
1922 Why Men Leave Home as Sam
1923 Peter Weston as William Harris
1923 Kid Boots as Herbert Pendleton
1927 Lucky as Barlow
1927 A Connecticut Yankee as Arthur Pendragos, King Arthur of Britain
1930 The Vanderbilt Revue
1932 The Inside Story as Capt. Dan Engle
1932 Hired Husband as Andrew Starr
1934 Theodora, The Quean as Belisarius
Other cast members include: Lina Abarbanell, Lester Alden, Robert Anderson, Horace Braham, Raymond Bramley, Julia Colin, Tom Fadden, Harriet Freeborn, Carla Gloer, Hitous Gray, Rex Ingram, Raymond Jones, Sarat Lahiri, Elena Miramova, Minor Watson
1934 Broadway Interlude as Julius Beck
1934 Anything Goes as Elisha J. Whitney

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