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HENRY HULL BIOGRAPHY & FILMOGRAPHY:

Henry Hull was born on October 3rd, 1890 in Louisville, Kentucky with the middle name Watterson, born to William Madison Hull and Elinor Bond Vaughn.  In 1902, his family relocated to New York City.  After high school, he planned on pursuing a career as an engineer, and studied at Cooper Union and Columbia University, however prior to turning twenty one, he changed his career goals and began working as a stage actor.
 
His Broadway debut was in, "Green Stockings" (1911).  Soon he was adding other Broadway credits to his resume such as, "Believe Me Xantippe" (1913), "The Man Who Came Back" (1916), "Manhattan" (1922) and his most famous Broadway role was in, "Tobacco Road" (1933) which ran for 3182 performances, although, Hull did not play the entire run.
 
Throughout his career in the industry, he would add over seventy films to his credits.  Some of his early career roles were on, "The Black Monk" (1917) and "Little Women" (1918).
 
Some of his more famous roles were in, "Werewolf of London" (1935), "Jesse James" (1939) starring Tyrone Power, Henry Fonda and Gene Tierney, "Great Expectations" (1934), "Miracles for Sale" (1939), "Boys Town" (1938) starring Spencer Tracy and Mickey Rooney, "Lifeboat" (1944) co-starring Hume Cronyn, Mary Anderson, Tallulah Bankhead, William Bendix, Walter Slezak, John Hodiak, Heather Angel and Canada Lee, "The Return of Jesse James" (1950), "Inferno" (1953) starring Robert Ryan, Rhonda Fleming, William Lundigan and Carl Betz, "Man With the Gun" (1955) and his final film role was in 1966 on, "The Chase".
 
In addition to film he also appeared on a variety of television series such as, "Alfred Hitchcock Presents", "The Restless Gun", "Wagon Train", "Route 66", "Naked City", "Star Tonight", "Climax!", "Danger", "Meet Mr. McNutley", "Bonanza" and "The Outlaws".

Henry Hull married only once to Juliet van Wyck Fremont in 1913 and they had three children together and remained married until she passed away in 1971.  For thirty years of his marriage, he resided on a farm in Connecticut.  After losing his wife, Hull relocated to England with his daughter and seven years later, Hull passed away on March 8th, 1977 in Cornwall, England after suffering a stroke.  His remains are interred in the Rockland Cemetery in Sparkill, New York.    

 
Filmography

1966   The Chase 

1965   The Fool Killer 

1963   The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters

1960-1963  Laramie

1962   Alcoa Premiere 

1961   Master of the World 

1961   Play of the Week 

1961   The Best of the Post 

1961   Outlaws 

1959-1961  Wagon Train

1960   Route 66 

1960   Bonanza 

1960   Goodyear Theatre

1960   Zane Grey Theater 

1959   U.S. Marshal 

1959   The Oregon Trail

1959   The Restless Gun 

1959   Naked City

1958-1959  Playhouse 90

1958   Trackdown 

1958   The Buccaneer 

1958   The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw

1958   Bitter Heritage

1958   The Proud Rebel 

1957   The Buckskin Lady 

1956   The Kaiser Aluminum Hour

1956   Kentucky Rifle

1956   Star Tonight 

1956   Climax! 

1955   Man with the Gun 

1955   Windows 

1955   Appointment with Adventure 

1955   You Are There

1953-1955  Danger 

1955   The United States Steel Hour 

1954   The Ray Milland Show: Meet Mr. McNulty 

1954   Center Stage

1954   Campbell Summer Soundstage

1954   The Web

1953   Thunder Over the Plains

1953   Inferno

1953   The Last Posse

1953   Your Favorite Story 

1952   Lux Video Theatre

1951-1952  Suspense

1951-1952  Armstrong Circle Theatre

1952   The Treasure of Lost Canyon

1951   Lights Out 

1951   Starlight Theatre 

1951   Hollywood Story 

1950-1951  The Ford Theatre Hour 

1950   The Return of Jesse James 

1949   The Great Dan Patch 

1949   Song of Surrender 

1949   The Chevrolet Tele-Theatre

1949   The Great Gatsby

1949   The Fountainhead

1949   Colorado Territory

1949   Rimfire 

1949   El Paso

1948   Portrait of Jennie

1948   Fighter Squadron

1948   The Walls of Jericho 

1948   Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay! 

1948   On Our Merry Way

1947   Mourning Becomes Electra 

1947   Deep Valley 

1947   High Barbaree 

1945   Objective, Burma

1944   Goodnight, Sweetheart

1944   Lifeboat

1943   The Woman of the Town 

1943   Seeds of Freedom 

1943   West Side Kid

1941   High Sierra

1940   The Return of Frank James

1940   My Son, My Son!

1939   Judge Hardy and Son

1939   Nick Carter, Master Detective

1939   Bad Little Angel

1939   Babes in Arms

1939   Miracles for Sale

1939   Stanley and Livingstone 

1939   Return of the Cisco Kid 

1939   The Spirit of Culver

1939   Jesse James

1938   The Great Waltz

1938   Boys Town

1938   Port of Seven Seas

1938   Three Comrades

1938   Yellow Jack 

1938   Paradise for Three 

1935   Werewolf of London 

1935   Transient Lady 

1934   Great Expectations 

1934   Midnight

1930   Matinee Idle

1925   The Wrongdoers

1925   Wasted Lives

1924   For Woman's Favor

1924   The Hoosier Schoolmaster

1924   Roulette 

1923   A Bride for a Knight

1923   The Last Moment

1922   One Exciting Night

1919   Tom's Little Star

1918   Little Women 

1917   The Volunteer

1917   Rasputin, the Black Monk 

1917   The Family Honor

1917   A Square Deal 





Matinee Classics - The Buckskin Lady starring Patricia Medina, Richard Denning, Gerald Mohr, Henry Hull, Hank Worden, Robin Short, Richard Reeves, Dorothy Adams, Frank Sully, George Cisar, Louis Lettieri, Byron Foulger and John Dierkes
Matinee Classics - Man with the Gun starring Robert Mitchum, Jan Sterling, Karen Sharpe, Henry Hull, Emile Meyer, John Lupton, Barbara Lawrence, Ted de Corsia, Leo Gordon and James Westerfield
Matinee Classics - Mourning Becomes Electra starring Rosalind Russell, Michael Redgrave, Raymond Massey, Kirk Douglas, Katina Paxinou, Leo Genn, Nancy Coleman, Henry Hull, Sara Allgood, Thurston Hall, Walter Baldwin and Elisabeth Risdon
Matinee Classics - Objective, Burma starring Errol Flynn, James Brown, William Prince, George Tobias, Henry Hull, Warner Anderson, John Alvin, Mark Stevens and Richard Erdman
Matinee Classics - Objective, Burma starring Errol Flynn, James Brown, William Prince, George Tobias, Henry Hull, Warner Anderson, John Alvin, Mark Stevens and Richard Erdman
Matinee Classics - Objective, Burma starring Errol Flynn, James Brown, William Prince, George Tobias, Henry Hull, Warner Anderson, John Alvin, Mark Stevens and Richard Erdman
Matinee Classics - Proud Rebel starring Alan Ladd, Olivia de Havilland, Dean Jagger, David Ladd, Cecil Kellaway, Harry Dean Stanton, Thomas Pittman and Henry Hull
Matinee Classics - Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay! starring June Haver, Lon McCallister, Walter Brennan, Anne Revere, Natalie Wood, Robert Karnes, Henry Hull and Tom Tully
Matinee Classics - The Great Dan Patch starring Dennis O'Keefe, Gail Russell, Ruth Warrick, Charlotte Greenwood, Henry Hull, John Hoyt, Arthur Honnicutt, Clarence Muse, Harry Lauter and Visalia Abbe


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