Saturday, 21 September 2013

Bert Moorhouse

Born: 20 November 1894, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Died: 26 January 1954, Hollywood, California, USA

A supporting actor in over 340 films.

Our Dancing Daughters (1928) as Diana's Party Friend (uncredited)

With Joan Crawford.

















I've Got Your Number (1934) as District Attorney's Secretary (uncredited)

Bert Moorhouse is seated, with Pat O'Brien.
 
















The Falcon Takes Over (1942) as Nightclub Patron (uncredited)

Bert Moorhouse is on the far left. Tom Quinn is in the middle.

















This time Bert is seated on the right as Ward Bond pushes his way through.
















The Big Street (1942) as Florida nightclub waiter (uncredited)
 
Bert Moorhouse is on the left, with Shimen Ruskin and Agnes Moorehead.
















Two Weeks to Live (1943) as FBI Agent (uncredited)

Bert Moorhouse is on the left, with Lynton Brent.


















Bombardier (1943) as Congressman (uncredited)

Bert Moorhouse is in the background in the black hat. In the foreground are John Sheehan and Pat O'Brien.
















Heavenly Days (1944) as Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate (uncredited)

Bert Moorhouse is on the left, with Marian Jordan, Jim Jordan and Chester Carlisle.














The Falcon in Hollywood (1944) as Beautiful blonde's husband (uncredited)

Bert Moorhouse looks between Tom Conway and Chili Williams.

















The Perils of Pauline (1947) as McGuire's cameraman

Bert Moorhouse is behind the camera. William Demarest is in the pith helmet and Constance Collier is on the right.
















Magic Town (1947) as Reporter (uncredited)

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