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George Zucco is ...

Dead
Born 11 Jan 1886 in Manchester
Died 27 May 1960 in Los Angeles
Age74 years, 4 months
Causepneumonia
Correction?
George Zucco
George Zucco
George Zucco (1886-1960), English actor, in the American film Fog Island (1945).

About George Zucco

George Zucco (11 January 1886 – 27 May 1960) was an English character actor who appeared, almost always in supporting roles, in 96 films during a career spanning two decades, from 1931 to 1951. In his horror films, he often played a suave villain or a mad doctor.

Films

George Zucco has worked on the following films:

Joan of Arc
1948 film by Victor Fleming
1948
Captain from Castile
1947 film by Henry King
1947
Holy Matrimony
1943 film by John M. Stahl
1943
Madame Bovary
1950 film by Vincente Minnelli
1950
Captain Fury
1939 film by Hal Roach
1939
House of Frankenstein
1944 film by Erle C. Kenton
1944
Week-End at the Waldorf
1945 American comedy drama film
1945
A Woman's Face
1941 film by George Cukor
1941
The Barkleys of Broadway
1950 film by Charles Walters
1950
Arise, My Love
1940 film by Mitchell Leisen
1940
The Pirate
1948 film by Vincente Minnelli
1948
After the Thin Man
1936 film by W. S. Van Dyke
1936
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
1939 film by Alfred L. Werker
1939
Saratoga
1937 film by Jack Conway
1937
The Mummy's Hand
1940 film by Christy Cabanne
1940
Souls at Sea
1937 film by Henry Hathaway
1937
The Cat and the Canary
1939 film by Elliott Nugent
1939
The Mummy's Ghost
1944 film by Reginald Le Borg
1944
My Favorite Blonde
1942
The Bride Wore Red
1937 film by Dorothy Arzner
1937
Rosalie
1937 film by W. S. Van Dyke
1937
Confidential Agent
1945 film by Herman Shumlin
1945
The Seventh Cross
1944 film
1944
Conquest
1937 film
1937
The Black Swan
1942 film by Henry King
1942
The Firefly
1937 musical film
1937
Lured
1947 film by Douglas Sirk
1947
The Mummy's Tomb
1942 film by Harold Young
1942
The Secret Garden
1949 film by Fred M. Wilcox
1950
The Mad Monster
1942 film by Sam Newfield
1942
Moss Rose
1947 film by Gregory Ratoff
1947
The Mad Ghoul
1943 film by James P. Hogan
1943
Sherlock Holmes in Washington
1943 film by Roy William Neill
1943
Topper Returns
1941 film by Roy Del Ruth
1941
Parnell
1937 film by John M. Stahl
1937
Tarzan and the Mermaids
1948 film by Robert Florey
1948
Three Comrades
1938 film by Frank Borzage
1938
Lord Jeff
1938 film by Sam Wood
1938
New Moon
1940 film
1940
Something Always Happens
1934 film by Michael Powell
1934
Let's Dance
1950 film by Norman Z. McLeod
1950
Scared to Death
1947 film by Christy Cabanne
1947
Dead Men Walk
1943 film by Sam Newfield
1943
Desire Me
1947 film
1947
Arsène Lupin Returns
1938 film by George Fitzmaurice
1938
Voodoo Man
1944 film by William Beaudine
1944
International Lady
1941 film by Tim Whelan
1941
The Flying Serpent
1946 film by Sam Newfield
1946
Dreyfus
1931 film by Milton Rosmer
1931