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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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|The Petrified Forest||Jason Maple||1936|
|The General Died at Dawn||Peter Perrie||1936|
|Make Way for Tomorrow||Harvey Chase||1937|
|Souls at Sea||Court Prosecutor||1937|
|Mr. Smith Goes to Washington||Sen. Monroe||1939|
|His Girl Friday||Reporter Murphy||1940|
|Sullivan's Travels||Mr. Hadrian||1941|
|Double Indemnity||Mr. Jackson||1944|
|Murder, He Says||Mr. Johnson||1945|
|Week-End at the Waldorf||Stevens||1945|
|Miracle on 34th Street||Mr. Sawyer||1947|
|Chicken Every Sunday||Sam Howell||1949|
|Ace in the Hole||Jacob Q. Boot||1951|