Tuesday 6 August 2013

Al Hill

Born: 14 July 1892, New York City, New York, USA
Died: 14 July 1954, Los Angeles, California, USA

A character actor who made over 330 screen appearances.

Night After Night (1932) as Blainey

With Alison Skipworth.

Pick-up (1933) as Johnson, a reporter (uncredited)

Quiet Please! (1933) as Tough Guy


Night Life of the Gods (1935) as Masseur (uncredited)

Al Hill grabs the alcohol rub bottle off George Hassell.

Slightly Honorable (1939) as Bartender (uncredited)

Invisible Stripes (1939) as Getaway car driver (uncredited)

With Humphrey Bogart.

The Bank Dick (1940) as Filthy McNasty aka Rupulsive Rogan

Al Hill holds up the bank, with W. C. Fields as his hostage. Grady Sutton has his back to us.

In Old Oklahoma (aka War of theWildcats) (1943) as Waiter (uncredited)

Al Hill is on the far left of the picture. Albert Dekker performs his 'Champagne Trick' watched by Edward Gargan and Martha Scott.

The Hat Box Mystery (1947) as Flint
Al Hill is on the right, with Leonard Penn standing facing him and Zon Murray seated in the background.

Knock On Any Door (1949) as Detective interrogating Romano (uncredited)

Al Hill is seated on the right, opposite John Derek.

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