Thurston Hall Overview:

Character actor, Thurston Hall, was born Ernest Thurston Hall on May 10, 1882 in Boston, MA. Hall died at the age of 75 on Feb 20, 1958 in Beverly Hills, CA .

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By The Metzinger Sisters on Dec 18, 2016 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

You've seen him before...that imposing stature, that jovial smile, his booming voice, and those eyes, those eyes that bulge at just the right moments. is his name and governors, senators, businessmen, and doting fathers are his game. His name is often confused with Thurston Howell III ... Read full article


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Thurston Hall Quotes:

Claudius King: [laughing] So, not content with ruining your life, Willie also ruined your speech, eh?
Claire Landin, aka Miss Claire King: Willie did *not* ruin my speech; after he got out, I really outdid myself. I'll bet half the married women in that room went directly home and beat up their husbands.
Claudius King: [sniggering] Wouldn't surprise me. I've always contended that modern civilization wrecked itself when we separated women from goats and moved them into the house.


Roger Bel: Father, father, I'm going to get married!
Mr. Archibald Bel-Goodie: Why?


Col. Paul Hassel: [Playing chess] Your attack is weak as your brother Gregor's was brilliant. Chess, by the way, was the only virtue I ever discovered in him.
Baron Gregor de Bergmann: I received a letter today from him from Warsaw. Most of it was devoted to begging me to send his love to you, Colonel.
Col. Paul Hassel: His love to me? Well, if I have to accept it, I'd rather have it by post than any way I can think of.


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Thurston Hall Facts
Best known role on TV was in the "Topper" (1953) series with Anne Jeffreys and Robert Sterling. He played Leo G. Carroll's bewildered, blustering boss.

He is buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park.

Debuted on Broadway in 1904. After making a few intermittent appearances on stage, Hall became a full-time Broadway actor in 1917 and remained there until early 1935 before becoming a character actor in Hollywood in his mid-50's.

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