Friday, 31 January 2014

Lee Phelps

Born: 15 May 1893, Philadephia, Pennsylvania, USA
Died: 19 March 1953, Culver City, Los Angeles, California, USA

Lee Phelps was a prolific bit part player making over 650 screen appearances, mainly in films, going back to silent days.

Local Boy Makes Good (1931) as Assistant Coach (uncredited)

Lee Phelps is on the right, with John Harrington.

Young America (1932) as Court Clerk (uncredited)

Lee Phelps shows Doris Kenyon in.

Sing, Sinner, Sing (1933) as Court bailiff (uncredited)

Lee Phelps reads the verdict.

Woman Unafraid (1934) as Cop (uncredited)

Tough to Handle (1937) as Editor (uncredited)

Undercover Agent (1939) as Pete Higgens, Bartender

With J. M. Kerrigan.

Tell No Tales (1939) as Policeman at school (uncredited)

Lee Phelps is on the right, with Charles D. Brown on the left and Fred Kelsey.

Invisible Stripes (1939) as Policeman (uncredited)

George Raft, Henry O'Neill and Selmer Jackson are watched in the background by Lee Phelps.

Ellery Queen, Master Detective (1940) as Flynn (uncredited)

Lee Phelps, on the left, looks on as James Burke answers the phone. 
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) as Umpire (uncredited)

Magic Town (1947) as Council member (uncredited)
Lee Phelps is the blurry one in the foreground. This is the best shot we have of his face in this film. Harry Holman is on the right. The lady is Mary Currier.

A Woman's Secret (1949) as District Attorney's Office Clerk (uncredited)

With Jay C. Flippen.

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