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Thurston Hall (May 10, 1882 – February 20, 1958) was an American film actor. He appeared in 250 films between 1915 and 1957 and is probably best remembered for his portrayal, during the later stages of his career, of often pompous or blustering authority figures.
Hall's best-known television role was as Mr. Schuyler, the boss of Cosmo Topper (played by Leo G. Carroll), in the 1950s television series, Topper (1953–1956).
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|The Black Room||Col. Paul Hassel||1935|
|The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse||Grant||1938|
|The Lone Wolf Keeps a Date||Inspector Crane||1940|
|Lone Wolf Takes a Chance||Inspector Crane||1941|
|Secrets of the Lone Wolf||Inspector Crane||1941|
|Call of the Canyon||Grantley B. Johnson||1942|
|The Great Gildersleeve||Governor John Stafford||1942|
|This Land Is Mine||Mayor Henry Manville||1943|
|I Dood It||Kenneth 'Ken' Cawlor||1943|
|Welcome Stranger||Congressman Beeker||1947|
|Whirlwind||Big Jim Lassiter||1951|
|Skirts Ahoy!||Thatcher Kinston||1952|