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Lloyd Whitlock is a Actor American born on 2 january 1891 at Springfield (USA)

Lloyd Whitlock

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Nationality USA
Birth 2 january 1891 at Springfield (USA)
Death 8 january 1966 (at 75 years) at Los Angeles (USA)

Lloyd Whitlock (January 2, 1891 – January 8, 1966) was an American actor. He appeared in 199 films between 1916 and 1949.

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Filmography of Lloyd Whitlock (73 films)

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Samson and Delilah, 2h11
Directed by Cecil B. DeMille
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Adventure, Peplum, Romance
Themes Films about religion, Films based on the Bible, Films about Jews and Judaism
Actors Hedy Lamarr, Victor Mature, George Sanders, Angela Lansbury, Henry Wilcoxon, Fay Holden
Rating67% 3.39673.39673.39673.39673.3967
Samson, a Danite Hebrew placed under Nazirite vows from birth by his mother Hazelelponit, is engaged to a Philistine woman named Semadar. At their wedding feast, Samson loses a bet with his wedding guests because of Semadar and attacks thirty Philistines to strip them of their cloaks to pay his betting debt. When his deeds become known, Semadar and her father Tubal are killed; Samson becomes a hunted man and in his fury he begins fighting the Philistines. The Saran of Gaza imposes heavy taxes on the Danites, with the purpose of having Samson betrayed by his own people. The Saran's plan works, and frustrated Danites hand over Samson to the Philistines, much to the joy of Delilah, Semadar's younger sister. Samson is taken by Prince Ahtur, the military governor of the land of Dan, and a regiment of Philistine troops. En route back to Gaza, Ahtur decides to taunt Samson. Samson rips apart his chains and ropes and begins to combat the Philistines, toppling Ahtur's war chariot and using the jawbone of an ass to club the Philistine soldiers to death.
Johnny Doughboy, 1h4
Directed by John H. Auer
Origin USA
Genres Musical
Actors Jane Withers, Henry Wilcoxon, William Demarest, Ruth Donnelly, Etta McDaniel, Bobby Breen
Roles Army Major
Rating59% 2.961882.961882.961882.961882.96188
Sixteen-year-old actress Ann Winters (Jane Withers), who has been a movie star since childhood, declares that she no longer wants to play "childish" roles. Her attitude irritates her agent, Harry Fabian (William Demarest), who tells her that the studio has decided that her next picture will be Ann of Honeysuckle Farm, in which she is to play a twelve-year-old. Ann leaves a note for her sympathetic secretary, "Biggy" Biggsworth (Ruth Donnelly), saying that she does not want a career if she cannot have a life, too, then runs away for a two-week vacation. Just then, innocent Penny Ryan (also Jane Withers) from Oriole, Nebraska, arrives. Penny is the winner of a contest concocted by Harry in which the fan who most resembles Ann gets to spend two weeks with her in her home. Harry and Biggy are stunned by Penny's appearance, for she is an exact double for Ann. Harry decides to induce Penny to impersonate Ann, who is to start her new film the next day or else be suspended by the studio.
Sunset in Wyoming, 1h6
Directed by William Morgan
Origin USA
Genres Western
Actors Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, George Cleveland, Maris Wrixon, Robert Kent, Sarah Edwards
Rating66% 3.344133.344133.344133.344133.34413
The Wentworth Lumber Company has been clearcutting trees on Mount Warner without considering the consequences. After one heavy rain, the ranchers in the valley suffer flood damage to their lands, the result of recent logging activities. The ranchers approach company manager Phipps (John Dilson) and camp foreman Bull Wilson (Stanley Blystone), urging them to plant new trees to prevent the dangerous runoff. Phipps and Wilson ignore the requests, and when confrontations with the ranchers turn violent, singing cowboy and rancher Gene Autry offers to appeal directly to the lumber company's president, Asa Wentworth (George Cleveland).
White Eagle
Directed by James W. Horne
Origin USA
Genres Western
Actors Buck Jones, Raymond Hatton, Dorothy Fay, Jack Ingram, Chief Yowlachie, Charles King
Roles General Randolph
Rating71% 3.551583.551583.551583.551583.55158
White Eagle, a Pony Express Rider, is the son of a massacred Army officer who has been raised by an Indian tribe. He believes himself to be the son of the tribal chief, and is working to get a peace treaty signed between the Indians and the white settlers. But 'Dandy' Darnell, a notorious and merciless outlaw, tries to keep the fight alive by sending his henchmen to stir up trouble, partly due to his wish to grab hundreds of thousands of acres in the western territories for himself and also to incite a war with the Indians along the territory. This serial was inspired by the 1932 movie of the same name, again starring Buck Jones in the title role.
Edison, the Man, 1h47
Directed by Clarence Brown
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Biography, Historical
Actors Spencer Tracy, Rita Johnson, Charles Coburn, Lynne Overman, Gene Lockhart, Henry Travers
Roles Broker
Rating70% 3.5448253.5448253.5448253.5448253.544825
In 1869, anxious to be more than a tramp telegraph operator, Edison (Spencer Tracy) travels to New York at the prompting of an old friend, Bunt Cavatt (Lynne Overman). He goes to work for Mr. Els (Henry Travers). He tries to persuade financier Mr. Taggart (Gene Lockhart) to fund the development of his inventions, but Taggart has no interest in financing “green electrical workers”. However, General Powell (Charles Coburn), the president of Western Union, does.
Mysterious Doctor Satan
Directed by William Witney, John English
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Action, Adventure, Crime
Themes Superhero films
Actors Eduardo Ciannelli, Robert Wilcox, Charles Montague Shaw, Charles Trowbridge, Jack Mulhall, Edwin Stanley
Roles Prof. Williams
Rating68% 3.4277453.4277453.4277453.4277453.427745
Governor Bronson, who raised Wayne from childhood after the death of his parents, is killed at the hands of a world-domination-seeking mad scientist called Doctor Satan. Fearing his death might be at hand, as it has been for everyone else who had opposed the Doctor, the Governor first confides in Wayne with a secret about his past. Bob's father was really an outlaw in the Old West, who fought injustice while wearing a chainmail cowl and leaving small coiled copper snakes as his calling card.
Third Finger, Left Hand, 1h36
Directed by Robert Z. Leonard
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy
Actors Myrna Loy, Melvyn Douglas, Raymond Walburn, Lee Bowman, Bonita Granville, Felix Bressart
Roles Herbert
Rating68% 3.443363.443363.443363.443363.44336
New York magazine editor Margot Sherwood "Merrick" (Myrna Loy) invents a husband (who is conveniently away in remote corners of the world) mainly to safeguard her job. The magazine publisher's jealous wife has had the last two women in her position fired after mere months. It also comes in handy keeping aggressive men at bay, as Margot is determined to succeed in her career. Magazine photographer August Winkel (Felix Bressart) helps by writing letters supposedly from Tony Merrick.
Earthbound (1940)
, 1h7
Directed by Irving Pichel
Origin USA
Genres Fantasy
Actors Warner Baxter, Andrea Leeds, Lynn Bari, Charley Grapewin, Henry Wilcoxon, Elizabeth Patterson
Roles Minor Role
Rating61% 3.0592953.0592953.0592953.0592953.059295
Nick (Warner Baxter) and Ellen (Andrea Leeds) are celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary by going mountain climbing in Switzerland when Nick receives a telegram asking him to go back to Paris to assist friend Jeffrey Reynolds (Henry Wilcoxon) in setting up a new laboratory. After telling Ellen that he will return in a couple of days, he goes. On the train, Nick encounters an elderly stranger named Whimser (Charley Grapewin) who warns him that he will not live much longer. In Paris, Nick goes to the laboratory, where he discovers that it was Linda Reynolds (Lynn Bari), Jeff's wife, who sent the telegram, as the two are in a secret relationship and Linda has decided to leave her husband for Nick. Nick tells Linda he wishes to end their affair because he loves his wife Ellen, not Linda.
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, 2h9
Directed by Frank Capra, Charles Vidor
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Films about children, Politique, Scoutisme, Political films, White House in fiction
Actors Jean Arthur, James Stewart, Claude Rains, Edward Arnold, Charles Lane, Thomas Mitchell
Roles Schultz (uncredited)
Rating80% 4.049554.049554.049554.049554.04955
The governor of an unnamed western state, Hubert "Happy" Hopper (Guy Kibbee), has to pick a replacement for recently deceased U.S. Senator Sam Foley. His corrupt political boss, Jim Taylor (Edward Arnold), pressures Hopper to choose his handpicked stooge, while popular committees want a reformer, Henry Hill. The governor's children want him to select Jefferson Smith (James Stewart), the head of the Boy Rangers. Unable to make up his mind between Taylor's stooge and the reformer, Hopper decides to flip a coin. When it lands on edge – and next to a newspaper story on one of Smith's accomplishments – he chooses Smith, calculating that his wholesome image will please the people while his naïveté will make him easy to manipulate.
The Arizona Kid, 1h1
Directed by Joseph Kane
Origin USA
Genres Western
Themes Political films
Actors Roy Rogers, George "Gabby" Hayes, Dorothy Sebastian, George Montgomery, James C. Morton, Robert Middlemass
Roles Man at Dance
Rating62% 3.1467153.1467153.1467153.1467153.146715
Roy and Gabby are Confederate scouts in Missouri during the American Civil War. Val McBride is a Confederate guerilla officer, who doesn’t play by the rules. When Roy first rides into town, he encounters an old childhood friend, Dave Allen. Dave tells Roy that he has joined McBride’s guerilla force and Roy is not pleased. He tells Dave that McBride is not a man to be admired but Dave doesn’t listen.
Daredevils of the Red Circle, 3h31
Directed by William Witney, John English
Origin USA
Genres Action, Adventure, Crime
Actors Charles Quigley, Bruce Bennett, David Sharpe, Carole Landis, Miles Mander, Charles Middleton
Roles Doctor
Rating69% 3.4796353.4796353.4796353.4796353.479635
An escaped criminal, known as Harry Crowl, but preferring to be called by his prison number 39013 (pronounced Thirty Nine - Oh - Thirteen), seeks revenge on the man who sent him to prison, millionaire philanthropist Horace Granville. He kidnaps Granville, imprisoning him within his own house, and disguises himself to take Granville's place, as the frail old man in a clean room, necessary for his health. The only other person allowed past the glass barrier being his doctor. He then sets about methodically destroying everything Granville owns. When we enter the film, he has already destroyed a number of Granville properties, and has set his sights on the Granville Amusement Centre, at which a trio of acrobats is performing. The daredevils, Gene, Bert, and Tiny escape but Gene's kid brother is badly wounded in the blaze, and later dies of his injuries. Seeking revenge they take jobs as private investigators for the man they believe to be Horace Granville. Through a series of deadly traps, and with the help of a mysterious cloaked figure, known only as "The Red Circle", the daredevils begin to unravel the truth.
Swanee River, 1h24
Directed by Sidney Lanfield
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Biography, Musical
Themes Films about music and musicians, Musical films, Political films
Actors Don Ameche, Andrea Leeds, Al Jolson, Felix Bressart, Chick Chandler, Russell Hicks
Roles Critic
Rating65% 3.283493.283493.283493.283493.28349
The family of Stephen Foster (Ameche) insists that he accept a seven-dollar-a-week shipping clerk job in Cincinnati, but he prefers to write songs. Stephen's prospective father-in-law Andrew McDowell has no faith in Stephen, who wants to write "music from the heart of the simple people of the South." The struggling composer is content to sell "Oh! Susanna" for fifteen dollars to minstrel singer E. P. Christy and allows Christy to take credit as its writer.