Theodore von Eltz

Actor - USA
Born November 5, 1893 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Died October 6, 1964 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA

Theodore von Eltz was born on November 5, 1893 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA. He was an American Actor, known for Suzy (1936), Marie Antoinette (1938), Bardelys the Magnificent (1926), Theodore von Eltz's first movie on record is from 1915. Theodore von Eltz died on October 6, 1964 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1938.

Theodore von Eltz Filmography [Auszug]
1938: [07.08] Marie Antoinette (Cast: Officer in Entrance Hall (/xx/) ), Directed by W. S. Van Dyke, Julien Duvivier, with Norma Shearer, Tyrone Power, John Barrymore,
1936: [/ /1] Suzy (Cast: Revue Produzent), Directed by George Fitzmaurice, with , Tyler Brooke, David Clyde,
1933: [10/06] Gigolettes of Paris (Tarnished Youth) (Cast: Albert Valraine ), Directed by Alphonse Martell, with Madge Bellamy, Gilbert Roland, Natalie Moorhead,
1933: [06.09] Thirty Day Princess (Cast: Robert Kane), Directed by Marion Gering, with Sylvia Sidney, Donald Cook, Mary Astor,
1933: [03.15] Secrets (Cast: Robert Carlton), Directed by Frank Borzage, Marshall Neilan, with Mary Pickford, Leslie Howard, C. Aubrey Smith,
1932: [10.21] Red-Haired Alibi (Cast: Trent Travers), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Merna Kennedy, Grant Withers,
1931: [10.04] Wicked (Cast: Tony Rande), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Blanche Friderici, Una Merkel, Victor McLaglen,
1930: [10.30] Kismet (Cast: The Guide Nazir ), Directed by John Francis Dillon, with Otis Skinner, Loretta Young, David Manners,
1930: [04.27] The Arizona Kid (Cast: Dick Hoyt), Directed by Alfred Santell, with Carole Lombard, Hank Mann, Warner Baxter,
1929: [08.10] The Awful Truth (Cast: Edgar Trent), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Ina Claire, Henry Daniell,
1929: [] The Four Feathers (Cast: Lt. Castleton), Directed by Lothar Mendes, with Richard Arlen, Fay Wray, Clive Brook,
1926: [11.01] His New York Wife (Cast: Philip Thorne), Directed by Albert H. Kelley, with Alice Day, Ethel Clayton,
1926: [09.30] Bardelys the Magnificent (Cast: Lesperon), Directed by King Vidor, with John Gilbert, Karl Dane, Eleanor Boardman,
1926: [01.24] Queen o'Diamonds (Cast: Daniel Hammon ), Directed by Chester Withey, with Evelyn Brent, Elsa Lorimer, Phillips Smalley,
1925: [03.15] On Thin Ice (Cast: Dr. Paul Jackson ), Directed by Malcolm St. Clair, with Tom Moore, Edith Roberts, William Russell,
1922: [03.05] Extra! Extra! (Cast: Fordney Stowe), Directed by William K. Howard, with Edna Murphy, Johnnie Walker, Herschel Mayall,
1922: [01.09] Fourteenth Lover (Cast: Clyde Van Ness), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Viola Dana, Jack Mulhall,
1916: [04.08] The Traffic Cop (Cast: Casey's Brother), Directed by Howard M. Mitchell, with Gladys Hulette, Howard M. Mitchell, Ernest Howard,
1915: [10.28] His Wife (My Wife) (Cast: Harry Dennys ), Directed by George Foster Platt, with Geraldine O'Brien, Holmes Herbert, Lorraine Huling,

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