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George Zucco

George ZuccoBorn: 11-Jan-1886
Birthplace: Manchester, England
Died: 28-May-1960
Location of death: Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: Pneumonia
Remains: Cremated, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Hollywood Hills, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Fog Island

Military service: British Army (WWI, injured)

Wife: Frances Hawke (div.)
Wife: Stella Francis (m. 1930, until his death, one daughter, d. 11-May-1999)
Daughter: Frances Zucco (b. 30-May-1931, d. 14-Mar-1962)

    Stroke 1951

    The First Legion (27-Apr-1951)
    Let's Dance (29-Nov-1950) · Judge
    Harbor of Missing Men (26-Mar-1950)
    Madame Bovary (25-Aug-1949) · Dubocage
    The Barkleys of Broadway (4-May-1949) · The Judge
    The Secret Garden (30-Apr-1949) · Dr. Fortescue
    Joan of Arc (11-Nov-1948) · Constable of Clerveaux
    The Pirate (20-May-1948) · The Viceroy
    Tarzan and the Mermaids (29-Mar-1948) · Palanth
    Captain from Castile (25-Dec-1947) · Marquis De Carvajal
    Where There's Life (21-Nov-1947)
    Desire Me (31-Oct-1947) · Fr. Donnard
    Lured (28-Aug-1947)
    Moss Rose (30-May-1947)
    The Imperfect Lady (25-Apr-1947)
    Scared to Death (1-Feb-1947) · Dr. Van Ee
    The Flying Serpent (1-Feb-1946)
    Hold That Blonde (7-Nov-1945)
    Confidential Agent (2-Nov-1945) · Insp. Geddes
    Weekend at the Waldorf (5-Oct-1945) · Bey of Aribajan
    Midnight Manhunt (27-Jul-1945)
    Sudan (18-Apr-1945)
    Having Wonderful Crime (12-Apr-1945)
    Fog Island (15-Feb-1945) · Leo Grainger
    House of Frankenstein (1-Dec-1944)
    Shadows in the Night (27-Jul-1944)
    The Seventh Cross (24-Jul-1944) · Fahrenburg
    Return of the Ape Man (17-Jul-1944) · Ape Man
    The Mummy's Ghost (7-Jul-1944) · Andoheb
    Voodoo Man (21-Feb-1944)
    The Mad Ghoul (12-Nov-1943)
    Holy Matrimony (27-Aug-1943) · Mr. Crepitude
    The Black Raven (31-May-1943)
    Sherlock Holmes in Washington (19-Apr-1943)
    Dead Men Walk (10-Feb-1943) · Dr. Lloyd Clayton
    The Black Swan (23-Dec-1942) · Lord Denby
    The Mummy's Tomb (23-Oct-1942) · Andoheb
    Dr. Renault's Secret (19-Oct-1942)
    The Mad Monster (8-May-1942)
    My Favorite Blonde (18-Mar-1942) · Dr. Hugo Streger
    Ellery Queen and the Murder Ring (18-Nov-1941)
    International Lady (16-Oct-1941)
    A Woman's Face (15-May-1941) · Defense Attorney
    Topper Returns (21-Mar-1941) · Dr. Jeris
    The Monster and the Girl (28-Feb-1941)
    Dark Streets of Cairo (1-Dec-1940)
    Arise, My Love (16-Oct-1940)
    The Mummy's Hand (20-Sep-1940) · Andoheb
    New Moon (18-Jul-1940) · Vicomte Ribaud
    The Cat and the Canary (10-Nov-1939) · Mr. Crosby
    The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1-Sep-1939) · Procurator
    The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1-Sep-1939)
    Captain Fury (26-May-1939) · Arnold Trist
    Arrest Bulldog Drummond (11-Jan-1939) · Rolf Alferson
    Charlie Chan in Honolulu (16-Dec-1938)
    Suez (15-Oct-1938) · Prime Minister
    Fast Company (5-Jul-1938) · Otto Brockler
    Lord Jeff (17-Jun-1938) · Jim Hampstead
    Arsène Lupin Returns (25-Feb-1938) · Prefect of Police
    Rosalie (24-Dec-1937) · Gen. Maroff
    The Bride Wore Red (8-Oct-1937) · Count Armalia
    Madame X (1-Oct-1937)
    The Firefly (1-Sep-1937) · Secret Service Chief
    Souls at Sea (9-Aug-1937)
    London by Night (30-Jul-1937)
    Saratoga (23-Jun-1937) · Dr. Harmsworth Bierd
    Parnell (4-Jun-1937) · Sir Charles Russell
    After the Thin Man (25-Dec-1936) · Dr. Kammer
    Sinner Take All (18-Dec-1936) · Bascomb
    The Man Who Could Work Miracles (29-Nov-1936)
    The Good Companions (28-Feb-1933)

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