Arthur Hohl Overview:

Character actor, Arthur Hohl, was born on May 21, 1889 in Pittsburgh, PA. Hohl died at the age of 74 on Mar 10, 1964 in Los Angeles County, CA .



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Ed Sipple: [to Lily] Yeah, you're exclusive, *you* are! The sweetheart of the night shift...

Flossie: [holding a gun] You ain't gonna squawk. . .for the simple reason, stiffs don't squawk.
Bragg: Flossie, don't point that at me. You're drunk.
Flossie: If somebody was to search the whole country. . .the whole world, they couldn't find two more useless, more no-good people than you and me.
Bragg: You wouldn't commit murder?
Flossie: Oh, this ain't murder. . . .This is just housecleanin'. Now now, Bragg, stop your shakin'. It won't hurt; you'll be where you belong. And, me. . .
Bragg: Flossie!
[she pulls the trigger]

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Arthur Hohl Facts
Although seldom remembered today, this tall, lanky character actor was quite talented at tackling a wide range of accents which kept him in high demand. His considerable resume during the 1930s is demonstrative of his versatility and included work at Warner's (in three early Cagney hits), Paramount, Columbia, RKO, Universal, MGM, 20th Century Pictures (and later after the Fox merger)... even lowly Mascot.

He was seen mainly on the Broadway stage between 1917 and 1932, when he permanently abandoned the stage for films. He appeared in several Broadway productions of classic plays, including Ibsen's "Ghosts" and Shaw's "Mrs. Warren's Profession".

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