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Reginald Barlow (I) (1866–1943)

Reginald Barlow was born on June 17, 1866 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. He was an actor and director, known for Bride of Frankenstein (1935), His Private Secretary (1933) and Flying Down to Rio (1933). He was married to Carol Brown and Selma Rose. He died on July 6, 1943 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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His Private Secretary
His Private Secretary Mr. Wallace
Flying Down to Rio
Flying Down to Rio The Banker
The Mad Monster
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 1943 Law of the Northwest
Jean Darcy
 1942 The Mayor of 44th Street
Watchman (uncredited)
 1942 Syncopation
Hobo Reading Paper (uncredited)
 1942 The Mad Monster
Professor Warwick
 1941 Scotland Yard
Messenger (uncredited)
 1939 Tower of London
Sherriff (uncredited)
 1939 Rovin' Tumbleweeds
Higgins - a Migrant
 1939 The Witness Vanishes
Sir John Digby
 1939 Dick Tracy's G-Men
Dr. Alfred Guttenbach (uncredited)
 1939 New Frontier
Judge Bill Lawson
 1939 Wall Street Cowboy
 1939 Colorado Sunset
Dairyman Casey (uncredited)
 1939 The Man in the Iron Mask
Jean Paul (as Reginald Barlowe)
 1939 Heritage of the Desert
Judge Stevens
 1939 Daredevils of the Red Circle
Doctor in Hospital [Ch. 1] (uncredited)
 1938 Mysterious Mr. Moto
Policeman (uncredited)
 1938 The Adventures of Marco Polo
Giuseppi - Venetian Business Man (uncredited)
 1937 Thoroughbreds Don't Cry
Man Seated Behind Mr. Sloan (uncredited)
 1937 Saturday's Heroes
History Professor (uncredited)
 1937 The Toast of New York
Mr. Taylor - Hotel Proprietor (uncredited)
 1937 The Road Back
Manager (uncredited)
 1937 It Happened Out West
 1937 Silent Barriers
James Hill - Member of C.P.R. Board
 1936 Lloyd's of London
Second Captain
 1936 The Last of the Mohicans
Duke of Newcastle
 1936 The Girl from Mandalay
Dr. Collins
 1936 O'Malley of the Mounted
 1936 Little Lord Fauntleroy
 1935 White Lies
Judge (uncredited)
 1935 Captain Blood
Dixon (uncredited)
 1935 The Last Days of Pompeii
The Janitor of the Slave Market (uncredited)
 1935 Hooray for Love
Doug's Lawyer (uncredited)
 1935 Werewolf of London
Timothy, Falden Caretaker (uncredited)
 1935 Strangers All
 1935 The Red Blood of Courage
Mark Henry / Pete Drago
 1935 Bride of Frankenstein
 1935 Cardinal Richelieu
 1935 Les Misérables
Henri (uncredited)
 1935 A Dog of Flanders
Official with Court Order (uncredited)
 1935 Mutiny Ahead
Captain Martin
 1935 The Gilded Lily
Managing Editor (uncredited)
 1935 Romance in Manhattan
Customs Inspector
 1934 Cheating Cheaters
Police Captain (uncredited)
 1934 Great Expectations
Judge (uncredited)
 1934 One Night of Love
Stage Manager (uncredited)
 1934 Beyond the Law
 1934 Stamboul Quest
German Officer (uncredited)
 1934 Operator 13
Col. Storm (uncredited)
 1934 Half a Sinner
Sheriff John King
 1934 The Cat and the Fiddle
King's Aide in Show (uncredited)
 1934 You Can't Buy Everything
Mr. Tom Sparks
 1933 Flying Down to Rio
The Banker
 1933 Day of Reckoning
Judge (uncredited)
 1933 Ann Vickers
 1933 Doctor Bull
Supporter #1 for Dr. Bull (uncredited)
 1933 Midnight Mary
Trial Judge (uncredited)
 1933 His Private Secretary
Mr. Wallace
 1933 The Moonshiner's Daughter (Short)
Ed Blodgett
 1933 The Big Cage
John Whipple
 1933 Fast Workers
Judge (uncredited)
 1933 King Kong
Ship's Engineer (uncredited)
 1933 Grand Slam
Theodore (uncredited)
 1933 Goldie Gets Along
Uncle Saunders (uncredited)
 1933 Parachute Jumper
The Colonel (uncredited)
 1932 Rasputin and the Empress
General Who Underestimated the Japanese (uncredited)
 1932 If I Had a Million
Otto K. Bullwinkle (uncredited)
 1932 Afraid to Talk
Judge MacMurray
 1932 Evenings for Sale
Mr. Meyer (uncredited)
 1932 I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang
Mr. Parker (uncredited)
 1932 The All-American
Bank President
 1932 The Age of Consent
Mr. Swale - Dora's father
 1932 Speak Easily
Billington (uncredited)
 1932 Horse Feathers
Retiring Collage President (uncredited)
 1932 Skyscraper Souls
Brewster's Associate (uncredited)
 1932 The Washington Masquerade
Sen. Withers
 1932 As You Desire Me
Dr. Reinhardt (uncredited)
 1932 Sinners in the Sun
Mr. Blake
 1932 State's Attorney
Last Trial Judge (uncredited)
 1932 Night Court
District Attorney Grant (uncredited)
 1932 World and the Flesh
 1932 The Wet Parade
Judge Brandon
 1932 Alias the Doctor
The Professor (uncredited)
 1932 The Woman from Monte Carlo
Defense Attorney
 1932 This Reckless Age
Lester Bell
 1931 Mata Hari
Prosecutor (uncredited)
 1931 Are These Our Children
Judge (uncredited)
 1931 The Sin of Madelon Claudet
Public Assistance Official (uncredited)
 1925 Clothes Make the Pirate
Captain Montague
 1920 Love's Flame
Monsieur De Rosard (as Major Reginald Barlow)
 1919 The Cinema Murder
Power's 'Man Friday'
 1915 Monsieur Lecoq
Otto, the Duke's Valet
Show Show Director (1 credit)

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Stage Play: Milady's Boudoir. Written by John C. Drum. Director. Garrick Theatre: 29 Oct 1914- Nov 1914 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Henry Bergman, Adele Blood, Everett Butterfield, Mrs. Charles G. Craig, William Riley Hatch, Jack Keane, Edward Lynch, Mark Smith, Dallas Tyler. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Major Reginald Barlow | Reginald Barlowe


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On the night of 10 March, 1933 Barlow was chairing a meeting of film actors concerned over a proposed pay cut when an earthquake struck Southern California. He was able to avert panic by saying in a loud authoritarian voice "If this is an earthquake I need not remind you that the safest place to be is where you are at.". See more »

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