Russell Hicks

  1. Wallis Clark, Great Guy, 1935.     A new  Joel Green for  James Cagney’s first film after  eleven  months’ litigation against Warner. Which he won. Of he wouldn’t have been coming back with such a modest title. Lost this one, but won 323 screen roles (largely uncredited)  during  1914-1956 – starting with DWGriffth on  Birth of a Nation and Intolerance!
  2. Clyde Fillmore, The Hiddden Eye, 1944.    Change of Rodney Hampton – Filmore subbing Hicks – in a second movie with Edward Arnold as the blind detective. Duncan Maclain – and his dog, Friday, all but stealing the movie.   (Mac had been created by Ken Taylor in The Last Express, 1937).

  3. Samuel S Hinds, It’s a Wonderful Life, 1946.

 Birth year: 1895Death year: 1957Other name: Casting Calls:  3