Paul McAllister

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Paul McAllister
Paul McAllister in Judge Priest still.jpg
Born(1875-06-30)June 30, 1875
DiedJuly 8, 1955(1955-07-08) (aged 80)
OccupationActor
Spouse(s)Margaret McKinney

Paul McAllister (June 30, 1875 July 8, 1955), was an American film actor. He appeared in 37 films between 1913 and 1940.

He was born in Brooklyn, New York and died in Santa Monica, California.

Filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
1914 The Scales of Justice Robert Darrow
1915The Man Who Found HimselfFrederick Payton
1915 Hearts in Exile Ivan Mikhail
1915 The Money Master Moran
1915 Via Wireless Marsh
1915 Trilby Gecko
1916 His Brother's Wife Richard Barton
1917 The Whip Baron Sartoris
1921 The Sign on the Door District Attorney 'Rud' Whiting
1921 Forever Monsieur Seraskier
1922 A Stage Romance Count Koefeld
1922 What's Wrong with the Women? John Mathews
1923 You Can't Fool Your Wife Dr. Konrad Saneck
1923 Christopher Columbus King John II of Portugal
1924 Yolanda Jules d'Humbercourt
1924 The Moral Sinner Gen. Berton
1924 The Lone Wolf Count de Morbihan
1924 Manhandled Paul Garretson
1924 For Woman's Favor The Wolf
1926 Beau Geste St. Andre
1926 The Winning of Barbara Worth The Seer
1927 She's a Sheik Sheik Yusif ben Hamad
1927 Sorrell and Son Dr. Orange
1928 The Big Killing Old Man Hicks
1928 Noah's Ark Minister / Noah
1929 Evangeline Benedict Bellefontaine
1930 The Case of Sergeant Grischa Corporal Sacht
1931 Beau Ideal Sgt. Frederic
1931 Inspiration Jouvet, the Artist
1932 Cock of the Air GentlemanUncredited
1934 Judge Priest Doc LakeUncredited
1935 Mystery Woman BentonUncredited
1936 The Invisible Ray Papa LaCostaUncredited
1936 The Prisoner of Shark Island DoctorUncredited
1936 Fury PasserbyUncredited
1936 Mary of Scotland du Croche
1940 The Doctor Takes a Wife Dean Lawton(final film role)

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