John Litel

  1. Ian Hunter, That Certain Woman,  1936.      Not his Day. Part One.  Change  of Lloyd Rogers, the guy wanting to leave his wife and marry Bette Davis. ’Nuff said? No, read on…
  2. Minor Watson, That Certain Woman,  1936.     Not his Day. Part Two. Having lost Rogers, Litel (of the Warner Bros. Stock Company) was given Tilden – which was then, immediately passed on to Watson!  Still, in 215 screen credits, he’d  been everyone from Thomas Jefferson and Robert E Lee to the Scorpion, serial nemesis of Don Winslow of the Navy, 1941.
  3. Cy Kendall, Valley of the Giants, 1937.   Warner records reveal that after testing as Sheriff Grabber, Litel wound up playing Hendricks in the conservation thriller way ahead of its time. During 1929-1967, the Wisconsin actor  won 216 screen roles.

 Birth year: 1892Death year: 1972Other name: Casting Calls:  3