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Acteur dans 60 films

Né(e) le 02 décembre 1894

Lieu de naissance
Aitkin, Minnesota, U.S.

Mort le 24 septembre 1948 (à 53 ans)

Warren William

Acteur dans

  • The Match King
  • Madame X
  • The Dragon Murder Case
  • The Mouthpiece
  • The Gracie Allen Murder Case
  • Three on a Match
  • Satan Met a Lady
  • Le Loup-Garou
  • Arizona
  • Strange Illusion
  • Grande dame d'un jour
  • Employees' Entrance
  • The Man in the Iron Mask
  • The Firefly
  • Cléopâtre
  • The First Hundred Years
  • The Widow from Monte Carlo
  • Images de la vie
  • Go West Young Man
  • Taggart
  • Skyscraper Souls
  • Expensive Women
  • Times Square Playboy
  • Don't Bet On Blondes
  • The Case of the Curious Bride
  • Lone Wolf Takes a Chance
  • The Lone Wolf Meets a Lady
  • The Lone Wolf Strikes
  • The Dark Horse
  • Counter-Espionage
  • Under 18
  • Wild Bill Hickok Rides
  • Passport to Suez
  • The Mind Reader
  • Dr. Monica
  • Arsène Lupin Returns
  • Bedside
  • The Lone Wolf Keeps a Date
  • The Case of the Howling Dog
  • Wives Under Suspicion
  • One Dangerous Night
  • The Case of the Velvet Claws
  • The Case of the Lucky Legs
  • Beauty And The Boss
  • Bel Ami
  • The Lone Wolf Spy Hunt
  • Secrets of the Lone Wolf
  • The Secret Bride
  • Trail of the Vigilantes
  • Lillian Russell
  • Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage
  • Upperworld
  • Stage Struck
  • Just Around the Corner
  • Living on Velvet
  • Smarty
  • Goodbye Again
  • Fear
  • Chercheuses d'or
  • The Woman From Monte Carlo
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Warren William (December 2, 1894 – September 24, 1948) was a Broadway and Hollywood actor, popular during the early 1930s, who was later nicknamed the "king of Pre-Code". He was born Warren William Krech in Aitkin, Minnesota to parents Freeman E. and Frances Krech. He had a certain physical resemblance to John Barrymore. He attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. After moving from Broadway to Hollywood in 1931, he reached his peak as a leading man in early 1930s pre-Production Code films. He was a contract player at the Warner Bros. studio and was known for portraying amoral businessmen, lawyers, and other heartless types, including the Sam Spade character (renamed "Ted Shane") in the second filming of The Maltese Falcon, called Satan Met a Lady (1936) with Bette Davis. He also played sympathetic roles, however, as in Imitation of Life, in which he portrayed Claudette Colbert's love interest. He appeared as her love interest again that year, when he played Julius Caesar to her Cleopatra in Cecil B. DeMille's version of Cleopatra. And he was the swashbucking d'Artagnan in the 1939 version of The Man in the Iron Mask, directed by James Whale. William was the first to portray Erle Stanley Gardner's fictional defense attorney Perry Mason on the big screen and starred in four fast-paced, comical, and highly entertaining Perry Mason mysteries. He also played Raffles-like reformed jewel thief The Lone Wolf for Columbia Pictures beginning with The Lone Wolf Spy Hunt (1939) with Ida Lupino and Rita Hayworth, and he starred as detective Philo Vance in two films in that series, 1934's The Dragon Murder Case and 1939's The Gracie Allen Murder Case (billed below Gracie Allen). In 1923, he married Helen Barbara Nelson; Mrs. Helen B. Krech - who also survived him - was seventeen years his senior. Warren William died on 24 September 1948 in Hollywood, California of multiple myeloma. For his contribution to the motion picture industry, Warren William has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1551 Vine Street. A biography from McFarland books, written by John Stangeland, Warren William: Magnificent Scoundrel of Pre-Code Hollywood, was released in October 2010. Description above from the Wikipedia article Warren William, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.





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