Hilliard Karr

Hilliard Karr was a comedic actor. He appeared in a series of short films with fellow heavyweights Frank Alexander and Bill "Kewpie" Ross (Ton of Fun).[1]

Scenes from the Tons of Fun episode Heavy Love were used on an episode of The Funny Manns.

Filmography

  • Fool Days (1921)
  • Ain't Love Grand? (1921), part of the Sunshine Comedies series
  • A Small Town Hero (1922)
  • Big Stakes (1922)
  • A Family Row (1924)
  • What an Eye (1924) a haunted house comedy for Universal Pictures[2]
  • A Rough Party (1925)[3]
  • Three Wise Goofs (1925)[4]
  • Tailoring (1925)
  • The Circus Cyclone (1925)
  • The Heavy Parade (1926)
  • Three of a Kind (1926)
  • Oh What a Night (1926)[5]
  • Backfire (1926)
  • Heavy Love (1926)
  • Old Tin Sides (1927)
  • Campus Romeos, (1927)
  • How High is Up (1927)
  • Three Missing Links (1927)
  • Standing Pat (1928)
  • You're Next[6]

References

  1. Roots, James (October 23, 2014). "The 100 Greatest Silent Film Comedians". Rowman & Littlefield via Google Books.
  2. Workman, Christopher; Howarth, Troy (2016). "Tome of Terror: Horror Films of the Silent Era". Midnight Marquee Press. p. 282. ISBN 978-1936168-68-2.
  3. "A Rough Party, poster, US poster, from left: Constance Darling,..." Getty Images.
  4. "AFI|Catalog". catalog.afi.com.
  5. "Hilliard Karr". BFI.
  6. "You're Next, poster, US poster art, Hilliard Karr, Kewpie Ross, Frank..." Getty Images.
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