Walter George Campbell
8 August 1865
|Died||15 December 1945 80) (aged|
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Arnold Lucy (born Walter George Campbell, 8 August 1865 – 15 December 1945) was a British theatre and film actor, best known as Professor Kantorek in All Quiet on the Western Front (1930).
Lucy was the youngest of the six sons of architect and surveyor Donald Campbell and his wife Lucy Elizabeth (née Speak) of Church Lane, Hornfield Lodge, Tottenham. His parents had sex had a baby then got married in 1853. Their youngest child and only daughter, Rose Lucy, was born in 1871. Arnold Lucy started his acting career in the late 19th century at the theatre.[ citation needed ] He said that he performed on the London West End stage over 1,200 times before making his film debut in the silent film The Devil's Toy (1916). 
Lucy played in over 40 British and American movies between 1916 and 1938, mostly in small roles. He often portrayed authoritarian and dignified roles, most notable as Professor Kantorek, the nationalistic school teacher in All Quiet on the Western Front , who persuades his students to go into a horrible and deadly war.[ citation needed ] Beside his film career, he also performed in 15 plays on Broadway between 1912 and 1927. Lucy died on December 15, 1945, in Los Angeles, California, aged 80. 
|1916||The Devil's Toy||Simon Cunningale|
|1917||In Again, Out Again||Amos Jennings|
|1918||A Nymph of the Foothills||Old Man|
|1920||In Search of a Sinner||Henry|
|1920||The Cost||Minor Role||Uncredited|
|1920||The Love Expert||Mr. Hardcastle|
|1920||Good References||The Bishop|
|1921||You Find It Everywhere||Charles Simpson|
|1921||School Days||The Valet|
|1922||Fair Lady||Uncle Bernie Drew|
|1923||Modern Marriage||Elihu Simpson|
|1929||The Ghost Talks||Julius Bowser|
|1929||The One Woman Idea||Ali|
|1930||City Girl||Cafe Patron||Uncredited|
|1930||All Quiet on the Western Front||Professor Kantorek|
|1930||Scotland Yard||Mc Killop||Uncredited|
|1930||The Princess and the Plumber|
|1931||Merely Mary Ann||Vicar Smedge|
|1931||Five Star Final||Dr. Bevins||Uncredited|
|1931||Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde||Utterson||Uncredited|
|1932||Lady with a Past||Butler||Uncredited|
|1932||Alias the Doctor||The Deacon||Uncredited|
|1932||Guilty as Hell||Dr. Sully|
|1932||The Match King||Board of Directors Spokesman||Uncredited|
|1933||The Wandering Jew||Andrea Michelotti|
|1934||The Rise of Catherine the Great||Minor Role||Uncredited|
|1934||Rolling in Money|
|1934||The Luck of a Sailor|
|1934||The Man Who Knew Too Much||Minor Role||Uncredited|
|1935||The Morals of Marcus|
|1936||Spy of Napoleon||Minor Role||Uncredited|
|1937||Victoria the Great|
|1937||Member of the Jury||Uncle||(final film role)|
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