Job Film actor
Years active 1917-1940
Known for Lawyers, judges, sheriffs and mayors
Top Roles Uncle Herman, Mr. Gebhart, Taft Election Announcer, Carlson, Second Man on Plane
Top GenresDrama, Comedy, Romance, Mystery, Crime, Musical
Top TopicsBook-Based, Romance (Comic), True Story (based on)
Top Collaborators (Producer), (Producer), (Director),
Shares birthday with Adolph Zukor, Butterfly McQueen, Terry Moore  see more..

Granville Bates Overview:

Character actor, Granville Bates, was born on Jan 7, 1882 in Chicago, IL. Bates died at the age of 58 on Jul 8, 1940 in Hollywood, CA and was laid to rest in Graceland Cemetery in Chicago, IL.

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Granville Bates appeared in over 90 films, playing his share of lawyers, judges, sheriffs and mayors. His films include My Favorite Wife (as the judge), Midnight (as Henry McGrath), Brother Orchid (as the Pattonsville Superintendent), and Of Mice and Men (as Carlson).

(Source: article by Annmarie Gatti for Classic Movie Hub).

"I'd like to get home and tell my wife about this. She thinks all my cases are boring." -Granville Bates as Judge Walter Bryson in My Favorite Wife.

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By Annmarie Gatti on Jan 7, 2013 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Born January 7, 1882 Character Actor ! Character Actor appeared in over 90 films, playing his share of lawyers, judges, sheriffs and mayors. His films include My Favorite Wife, Midnight, Brother Orchid, and Of Mice and Men. I’d like to get home & tell my wife... Read full article


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Granville Bates Quotes:

Judge Walter Bryson: I'd like to get home and tell my wife about this. She thinks all my cases are boring.


Judge Walter Bryson: Hey, young woman, what do you think you're doing? Put that confounded mirror away! Do you want to blind me?
Bianca: I'm very sorry.
Judge Walter Bryson: Humph. Oughta wash her face instead of paint it! You know that there's such a thing as contempt of court, you know that don't you? Don't let me get after you!


Sheriff: [to Paige] The people ain't mean, Doc; they're scared.


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Also appeared in Warner Brothers newspaper shorts, 1934.

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