Porter Hall

Age: 125
Birthplace: Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

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Porter Hall (September 19, 1888 – October 6, 1953) was an American character actor known for appearing in a number of films in the 1930s and 1940s. Possessing a weak chin and shifty eyes, Hall played movie villains or comedic incompetent characters.

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Movie Character Year
Gxq6ywtfejacfvpwlpbnkbg4tx8 The Petrified Forest Jason Maple 1936
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Bpqebt9u7khc54ghdizdc96w0by Make Way for Tomorrow Harvey Chase 1937
K2vli0iafb5yufr1eg8abvpgl2h Souls at Sea Court Prosecutor 1937
5z7whbh9yinicvedtuubbmuqhry Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Sen. Monroe 1939
Azbzeds2uymgbsndqutvaeu2dha His Girl Friday Reporter Murphy 1940
Owygigrtfizwtwmwz0nxwog2pdc Sullivan's Travels Mr. Hadrian 1941
Wfhmsiqsllsq3dkrqcl1attvl3f Double Indemnity Mr. Jackson 1944
Ytnheg0lzyhhifkt8j7pfoinhyp Murder, He Says Mr. Johnson 1945
Ls51urcrorybuczrmzhuhvtbcpe Week-End at the Waldorf Stevens 1945
R9hkmt9ezfugi5drpet1nl5igmg Miracle on 34th Street Mr. Sawyer 1947
Xcy2h1uecmismipldr0riaqhb8d Chicken Every Sunday Sam Howell 1949
7m61invepgkcjqnsz2yi1nd6wue Ace in the Hole Jacob Q. Boot 1951