James Hall (actor)

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James Hall
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James Hall starring opposite Mary Brian in Manhattan Tower (1932)
Born James E. Brown
(1900-10-22)October 22, 1900
Dallas, Texas
Died June 7, 1940(1940-06-07) (aged 39)
Jersey City, New Jersey
Occupation Actor
Years active 1923-1932
Spouse(s) Irene Gardner
For other people named James Hall, see James Hall (disambiguation).

James Hall (October 22, 1900 – June 7, 1940) was an American film actor. Born James E. Brown in Dallas, Texas, Hall began his film career during the silent film era. He made his sound film debut in the 1929 film The Canary Murder Case, opposite William Powell and Louise Brooks. In 1930, Hall co-starred in Howard Hughes' epic film Hell's Angels. His last film role was in the 1932 drama Manhattan Tower.

Hall died of cirrhosis on June 7, 1940 in Jersey City, New Jersey. He is buried in Holy Cross Cemetery in North Arlington, New Jersey.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1923 Man Alone Caspar Dent
1926 The Campus Flirt Denis Adams Alternative title: The College Flirt
Stranded in Paris Robert Van Wye
1927 Hotel Imperial Lt. Paul Almasy
Love's Greatest Mistake Harvey Gibbs
Ritzy Harrington Smith, Duke of Westborough
Señorita Roger Oliveros
Rolled Stockings Jim Treadway
Swim Girl, Swim Jerry Marvin
Silk Legs Phil Barker
1928 Four Sons Joseph "Dutch" Bernle
The Fifty-Fifty Girl Jim Donahue
Just Married Bob Adams
The Fleet's In Eddie Briggs
1929 The Case of Lena Smith Franz Hofrat
The Carary Murder Case Jimmy Spotswoode
This Is Heaven James Stackpoole
Smiling Irish Eyes Rory O'More
The Saturday Night Kid Bill Alternative title: Love 'Em and Leave 'Em
1930 Paramount on Parade Hunter ("Dream Girl" sequence)
Hell’s Angels Roy Rutledge
Dangerous Nan McGrew Bob Dawes
Let's Go Native Wally Wendell
Maybe It's Love Tommy Nelson Alternative title: Eleven Men and a Girl
The Third Alarm Dan
Man to Man Uncredited
Alternative title: Barber John's Boy
Divorce Among Friends George Morris
1931 Millie John "Jack" Maitland
Lightning Flyer Jimmie Nelson
The She-Wolf David Talbot Alternative titles: Mother's Millions
The She-Wolf of Wall Street
The Good Bad Girl Bob Henderson
Sporting Chance Phillip Lawrence Alternative title: Aventura Hipica
1932 Manhattan Tower Jimmy Duncan

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