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Hamilton Revelle (1872–1958)

Hamilton Revelle was born on May 31, 1872 in Gibraltar, UK as Arthur Hamilton Engstrom. He was an actor, known for An Enemy to Society (1915), The Half Million Bribe (1916) and The Price of Malice (1916). He died on April 11, 1958 in Nice, Alpes-Maritimes, France. See full bio »

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 1927 The Telephone Girl
Van Dyke
 1921 Good Women
Nicolai Brouevitch
 1919 A Star Over Night (Short)
 1918 The Splendid Sinner
Dr. Hugh Maxwell
 1918 Lest We Forget
Harry Winslow
 1917/I Thais
 1917 The Black Stork
Claude Leffingwell
 1916 The Half Million Bribe
J. Lawrence Challoner
 1916/II Monna Vanna
 1916 The Price of Malice
James Clifford
 1916 The Circus of Death
Pierrot (US release only)
 1915 An Enemy to Society
Stephen Adams
 1915 Cuore ed arte
 1915 DuBarry
De Cosse Brissac
 1914 Hamlet
 1914 Sins of the Father (Short)
 1914 Doctor Anthony
Dottor Antonio

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Stage Play: Fair and Warmer. Written by Avery Hopwood. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre (moved to The Harris Theatre from 24 Jul 1916- Close): 6 Nov 1915- Unknown (377 performances). Cast: Janet Beecher (as "Laura Wheeler"), John Cumberland (as "Billy Bartlett"), Robert Fisher (as "Harrigan"), Madge Kennedy (as "Blanche Wheeler"), Harry ... See more »

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6 Articles | 1 Magazine Cover Photo | See more »

Alternate Names:

A. Hamilton Revelle

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Dark-haired British-born stage actor and screen matinĂ©e idol, the son of an English Army captain. In films for Columbia and Goldwyn in the 1910's. In 1900. he and co-star Olga Nethersole were famously arrested for "indecent postures, indecent suggestive language, against good morals, and indecent conduct portrayed before public audiences" in New York for the stairway scene in "Sapho". They were ... See more »

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