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Harry Bannister (1889–1961)

Harry Bannister was born on September 29, 1889 in Holland, Michigan, USA. He was an actor, known for The Girl of the Golden West (1930), Her Private Affair (1929) and Husband's Holiday (1931). He was married to Leah Moskowitz Welt and Ann Harding. He died on February 26, 1961 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Her Private Affair Judge Richard Kessler
Husband's Holiday Andrew Trask
The Porcelain Lamp Grayson Whitney


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 1956-1957 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series)
Dr. Hickey / Mr. Walker
- Reclining Figure (1957) ... Dr. Hickey
- Aftermath (1956) ... Mr. Walker
 1956 The Phil Silvers Show (TV Series)
Attorney Garner
- Where There's a Will (1956) ... Attorney Garner
 1956 Omnibus (TV Series) (segment "With Liberty and Justice for All")
- With Liberty and Justice for All (1956) ... (segment "With Liberty and Justice for All")
 1956 Kraft Theatre (TV Series)
Mr. Sears
- The Sears Girl (1956) ... Mr. Sears
 1954 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
Mr. Elliott
- Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (1954) ... Mr. Elliott
 1953 Girl on the Run
Clay Reeves
 1952 The Doctor (TV Series)
- A Tale of Two Christmases (1952) ... Bentley (as Harry Bannister)
 1951 Repertory Theatre (TV Series)
- Hour of Destiny (1951)
 1950 The Girls (TV Series)
- Premiere (1950)
 1949 Colgate Theatre (TV Series)
 1949 Martin Kane (TV Series)
- Episode #1.1 (1949)
 1949 Fireside Theatre (TV Series)
- Father (1949)
 1947 A Double Life
Second Actor (uncredited)
 1931 Husband's Holiday
Andrew Trask
 1931 Suicide Fleet
 1930 The Girl of the Golden West
Jack Rance
 1929 Her Private Affair
Judge Richard Kessler
 1921 The Porcelain Lamp
Grayson Whitney
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 1930 The Voice of Hollywood No. 12 (Short)
Himself (uncredited)

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Other Works:

Stage Play: The Drunkard. Melodrama (revival). Written by H.S. Smith. Directed by Harry Bannister. American Music Hall: 10 Mar 1934- Nov 1934 (closing date unknown/554 performances). Cast: Master Eddie Bracken (as "Boy"), Hal Conklin (as "Edward Middleton"), James Coyle (as "Farmer Stevens"), Dortha Duckworth (as "Mary/Mrs. Wilson's ... See more »

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6' 1" (1.85 m)

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Studied at the University of Michigan. See more »

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