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Henry B. Walthall Overview:

Actor, Henry B. Walthall, was born Henry Brazeale Walthall on Mar 16, 1878 in Shelby City, AL. Walthall died at the age of 58 on Jun 17, 1936 in Monrovia, CA and was laid to rest in Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, CA.

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Henry B. Walthall Quotes:

Miss Smithson, the New Maid: Honest, Sir James... they're dead people from the grave! Vampires is what they are!
Sir.James Hamlin: Professor Burke is to be our house-guest, Williams. Have rooms prepared for him.
Professor Edward C. Burke: It's unnerving, Mr. Hibbs! The new maid swears to your Uncle that she saw living dead people in the Balfour house!
Sir.James Hamlin: Burke, I've called you in again because I believe these strange people leasing Balfour's house link up with his death.
Professor Edward C. Burke: We found his note... and his own pistol beside him! That's suicide, isn't it?
Sir.James Hamlin: Then what can it all mean? Mysterious people! Lights! Weird noises! And come... see this!


Col. Ben Cameron: [to Elsie, whose portrait he has been carrying] Though we had never met, I have carried you about with me for a long, long time.


Marcel: [Explaining why he thinks shrinking people and animals is a good idea] Lavond, my friend, millions of years ago the creatures that roamed this world were gigantic. As they multiplied, the earth could no longer produce enough food. Think of it, Lavond: every living creature reduced to one-sixth its size. One-sixth of its physical need. Food for six times all of us!


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Henry B. Walthall Facts
His middle name, Brazeale, was passed on to him. It was his grandmother's Irish maiden name.

At the zenith of his career under D.W. Griffith, Walthall earned the huge sum of $175 per week.

Studied law at Howard College but dropped out after six months to pursue theater in New York, making his debut in 1901 and performing in numerous Southern melodramas.

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