Dwight Frye as Fritz. Frankenstein (1931). Universal Pictures
Rondo Hatton who is remembered for his roles as the “Creeper” was known as a kind gentleman was born in Hagerstown, Maryland on April 22, 1894 to Stewart Price and Emily Zarring Hatton, who were both teachers. Accounts of his early life report the Hatton was handsome as a young who excelled in sports. As an adult Hatton suffered from a condition called Gigantism caused by the Hyper secretion of growth hormones resulting in enlarging of the forehead, mouth, jaw, fingers, joints, and feet, and a coarsening of the skin. It is believed that his disfigurement was the reason for to his divorce from his first wife Elizabeth James.
Gloria Holden ( Universal Pictures)
Below - Glenn Strange is best remembered for his role as Sam Noonan, the bartender on CBS's Gunsmoke television series
Irving Pichel (24 June 1891 - 13 July 1954) who played Sandor, Countess Marya Zaleska’s servant in Dracula’s Daughter was not only an actor but a director as well and is credited with discovering Natalie Wood. Pichel starred in dozens of films throughout his acting career, directed over thirty including The Miracle of the Bells (1948), Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid (1948), and Destination Moon (1950). Destination Moon (1950) is credited as the first science fiction film that attempted to use an abundance of realistic technical detail in the story line.
Irving Pichel (Universal Pictures)
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