|Born||19 December 1863|
|Died||6 July 1951 87) (aged|
|Occupation||Actor & writer|
Hodges was the author (with Thomas Wigney Percyval) of the play Grumpy which saw a Broadway production in 1913, a silent film version in 1923, and a sound version in 1930, with a Spanish film version Cascarrabias in the same year.
- Escape (1930) - Gentleman
- Other People's Sins (1931) - Carfax
- Night in Montmartre (1931) - Lucien Borell
- After Dark (1933) - Thaddeus Cattermole Brompton
- Summer Lightning (1933) - Lord Emsworth
- Rolling in Money (1934) - Earl of Addleton
- Summer Lightning (1933) - Johnnie Lee
- Old Faithful (1935) - Bill Brunning
- Birds of a Feather (1936) - Lord Cheverton
- Three Maxims (1936) - MIke
- London Melody (1937) - Father Donnelly
- The Show Goes On (1937) - Sam Bishop
- Follow Your Star (1938) - Mr. Wilmot
- Jamaica Inn (1939) - Chadwick - Sir Humphrey's Butler (final film role)
- "Hodges, Horace", the BFI website
- "Lots of Suspense in Maude's New Play", The New York Times, 1913-11-25
- "Horace Hodges - Theatricalia".
- League, The Broadway. "Horace Hodges – Broadway Cast & Staff - IBDB".
- League, The Broadway. "Grumpy – Broadway Play – Original - IBDB".
- "Grumpy (1923) - William C. DeMille - Synopsis, Characteristics, Moods, Themes and Related - AllMovie".
- "Grumpy (1930)".
- "Cascarrabias (1930)".