Lewis Stone Movies List

Lewis Stone
Lewis Stone
Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
The Prisoner of Zenda

Actor Lewis Stone Filmography

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That's Entertainment, Part II
Director: Gene Kelly
Release date: 17-05-1976
All the Brothers Were Valiant
Director: Richard Thorpe
Release date: 13-11-1953
The Prisoner of Zenda
The Prisoner of Zenda ( English )
Director: Richard Thorpe , Sid Sidman
Music Director:
Release date: 14-11-1952
Talk About a Stranger
Talk About a Stranger ( English )
Artist: George Murphy , Nancy Reagan , Billy Gray , Lewis Stone , Kurt Kasznar
Director: David Bradley
Music Director:
Release date: 18-04-1952
The Unknown Man
The Unknown Man ( English )
Director: Richard Thorpe
Music Director: Conrad Salinger
Release date: 16-11-1951
Angels in the Outfield
Artist: Paul Douglas , Janet Leigh , Keenan Wynn , Donna Corcoran , Lewis Stone
Director: Clarence Brown
Music Director:
Release date: 19-10-1951
Bannerline ( English )
Director: Don Weis
Music Director: Rudolph G. Kopp
Release date: 12-10-1951
Stars In My Crown
Stars In My Crown ( English )
Artist: Joel McCrea , Ellen Drew , Dean Stockwell , Alan Hale , Lewis Stone
Director: Jacques Tourneur , Dolph Zimmer
Music Director:
Release date: 11-05-1950
Key to the City
Key to the City ( English )
Director: George Sidney
Music Director: Bronislau Kaper
Release date: 02-02-1950
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Lewis Stone Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lewis Shepard Stone (November 15, 1879 – September 12, 1953) was an American actor known for his role as Judge James Hardy in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's Andy Hardy film series and as an MGM contract player. Born in Worcester, Massachusetts to Bertrand Stone and Philena Heald Ball, Lewis Stone's hair turned gray prematurely (reportedly by age 20). Lewis served in the United States Army in the Spanish–American War, then returned to a career as a writer. He soon began acting. Stone was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor in 1929 for The Patriot. After that, he appeared in seven films with Greta Garbo, spanning both the silent and early sound periods. He played the role of Dr. Otternschlag in the Garbo film Grand Hotel, in which he utters the famous closing line: "Grand Hotel. People coming. Going. Nothing ever happens." He played a larger role in the 1933 Garbo film Queen Christina. His appearance in the successful prison film The Big House furthered his career. He played adventurers in the dinosaur epic The Lost World (1925) with Wallace Beery and The Mask of Fu Manchu (1932) with Boris Karloff, and a police captain in Bureau of Missing Persons (1933). In 1937, Stone essayed the role which would become his most famous, that of Judge James Hardy in the Mickey Rooney Andy Hardy series. Stone appeared as the judge in fifteen movies, beginning with You're Only Young Once (1937). Stone died in Hancock Park, Los Angeles on September 12, 1953, aged 73. Lewis Stone was later honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6524 Hollywood Blvd.

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