Cecil Kellaway

  1. Leon Errol, Pop Always Pays, 1939.    Sudden change of a strict Pop – refusing to allow his daughter to wed Dennis O’Keefe until he has $1,000 in a savings  account.  (About $18,000 in today’s lucre).
  2. Henry Travers, The Yearling, 1945.       Somewhere in the seven year on-off-on-again history of filming Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings’ Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, Kellaway was in the mix for Lem Forrester in 1941
  3. Thomas Mitchell, It’s a Wonderful Life1946.


 Birth year: 1893Death year: 1973Other name: Casting Calls:  3