Arthur Housman

Actor, Author - USA
Born October 10, 1889 in New York City, New York, USA
Died April 8, 1942 in Los Angeles, California, USA
Other names or known as : Arthur Houseman,

Mini-Biography:
Arthur Housman was born on October 10, 1889 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an American Actor, Author, known for Sunrise (1927), Movie Crazy (1932), Back to the Woods (1918), Arthur Housman's first movie on record is from 1912. Arthur Housman died on April 8, 1942 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1937.

Arthur Housman Filmography [Auszug]
1937: [12.03] Love on Toast (Cast: The Drunk), Directed by E.A. Dupont, with John Payne, Stella Adler, Grant Richards,
1936: [] Riffraff (Cast), Directed by J. Walter Ruben, with , Paul Hurst,
1935: [/ /1] Paris in Spring (Cast), Directed by Lewis Milestone, with Dorothea Wolbert, Jack Mulhall, Ida Lupino,
1933: [03.13] The Intruder (Cast: Reggie Wayne), Directed by Albert Ray, with Monte Blue, Lila Lee, William B. Davidson,
1932: [11.25] No more orchids (Cast: Serge), Directed by Walter Lang, with Carole Lombard, Lyle Talbot, Walter Connolly,
1932: [11.17] Afraid to Talk (Merry-Go-Round) (Cast: Archie (drunk)), Directed by Edward L. Cahn, with Eric Linden, Sidney Fox, Tully Marshall,
1932: [/ /1] Movie Crazy (Cast), Directed by Clyde Bruckman, with Harold Lloyd, Constance Cummings, Kenneth Thomson,
1929: [] Broadway (Cast: Dolph), Directed by Paul Fejos, with , Evelyn Brent, Merna Kennedy,
1928: [] The singing fool (Cast: Blackie Joe), Directed by Lloyd Bacon, with Betty Bronson, Josephine Dunn,
1928: [06.11] Fools for Luck (Cast: Charles Grogan ), Directed by Charles F. Reisner, with W.C. Fields, Chester Conklin, Sally Blane,
1927: [09.23] Sunrise (A Song of Two Humans) (Cast: Ein Herr), Directed by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, with Jane Winton, George O'Brien, Barry Norton,
1925: [] Braveheart (Cast: Frank Nelson), Directed by Alan Hale, with Rod La Rocque, Lillian Rich, Robert Edeson,
1925: [05.17] The Necessary Evil (Cast: Pug), Directed by George Archainbaud, with Ben Lyon, Viola Dana, Frank Mayo,
1924: [] Manhandled (Cast), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Ian Keith, Paul McAllisher,
1923: [11.12] Under the Red Robe (Cast: Captain La Rolle), Directed by Alan Crosland, with Robert B. Mantell, Alma Rubens, Otto Kruger,
1923: [08.25] Wife in Name Only (Cast: Victor Harwood), Directed by George Terwilliger, with Mary Thurman, Edmund Lowe,
1922: [01.20] Why Announce Your Marriage? (Cast: Teddy Filbert), Directed by Alan Crosland, with Elaine Hammerstein, Niles Welch, Frank Currier,
1922: [01.10] Shadows of the Sea (Cast: Ralph Dean), Directed by Alan Crosland, with Conway Tearle, Jack Drumier, Crauford Kent,
1921: [] Room and Board (Cast), Directed by Alan Crosland, with Constance Binney, Thomas J. Carrigan, ,
1921: [] The Fighter (Cast), Directed by Henry Kolker, with Conway Tearle, Winifred Westover,
1920: [12.20] The Misleading Lady (Cast: Reporter), Directed by George Irving, George W. Terwilliger, with Bert Lytell, Lucy Cotton, Frank Currier,
1920: [09.06] The County Fair (Cast: Bruce Hammerhead), Directed by Maurice Tourneur, Edmund Mortimer, with Helen Jerome Eddy, David Butler, Edythe Chapman,
1920: [05.10] The flapper (Dangerous Paradise (Working title)) (Cast: Tom Morran - The Eel), Directed by Alan Crosland, with Olive Thomas, Theodore Westman jr., William P. Carleton,
1919: [12.21] The Gay Lord Quex (Cast: Valma), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Tom Moore, Gloria Hope, Naomi Childers,
1919: [12.14] Toby's Bow (Cast: Bagby), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Tom Moore, Doris Pawn, Macey Harlam,
1919: [01.30] The End of the Road (Cast), Directed by Edward H. Griffith, with Richard Bennett, Claire Adams, Joyce Fair,
1918: [12.27] Brown of Harvard (Cast: Happy (as Arthur Hausman)), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Tom Moore, Hazel Daly, Sidney Ainsworth,
1918: [07.28] Back to the Woods (Cast: Bill Andrews), Directed by George Irving, with Herbert Rawlinson, T. Henderson Murray,
1918: [04.15] With Neatness and Dispatch (Cast: Burns), Directed by Will S. Davis, with Francis X. Bushman, Beverly Bayne, Frank Currier,
1918: [02.04] Under Suspicion (Cast: Red Hogan), Directed by Will S. Davis, with Francis X. Bushman, Beverly Bayne, Eva Gordon,
1917: [12.24] Red, White and Blue Blood (Cast), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Francis X. Bushman, Beverly Bayne, ,
1917: [11.00] Persuasive Peggy (Cast: Percy Pipp (AKA Arthur Houseman) ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Peggy Hyland, William B. Davidson, Mary Cecil,
1917: [04.26] A Mother's Ordeal (Cast: Joseph Clark), Directed by Will S. Davis, with Jean Sothern, Walter Miller, ,
1917: [03.08] The Cloud (Cast: Edward Burton), Directed by Will S. Davis, with Jean Sothern, , Franklyn Hanna,
1917: [01.25] Her Good Name (Cast: Bert Tyler), Directed by George Terwilliger, with Jean Sothern, William H. Turner, Earl Metcalfe,
1916: [12.21] The Lash of Destiny (Cast: Al Wayne), Directed by George Terwilliger, with Gertrude McCoy, Mabel Julienne Scott, Helen Greene,
1916: [01.24] The Gods of Fate (Cast: Kent), Directed by Jack Pratt, with Betty Brice, Richard Buhler,
1915: [11.08] Pennington's Choice (Cast: Messenger (/xx/) ), Directed by William Bowman, with Francis X. Bushman, Beverly Bayne, Helen Dunbar,
1915: [09.01] The Simp and the Sophomores (The Simpleton's Revenge, The Cave Man (Working title)) (Cast: Tom Haze), Directed by Will Lewis, with Harry B. Eytinge, Jean Dumar,
1915: [07.24] The Secret of the Cellar (Cast: Tom Merriwell, a young Policeman), Directed by James W. Castle, with Curtis Cooksey, Sally Crute, Robert Kegerreis,
1915: [07.21] A Change for the Better (Cast: His Son), Directed by Will Louis, with Mabel Dwight, Jean Dumar, Marie La Manna,
1915: [07.07] It May Be You (Cast: Jack Kenwood, Editor of 'The Clarion'), Directed by Will Louis, with Andy Clark, Dallas Welford,
1915: [06.23] A Sport of Circumstances (Cast: Lee Ryder, a jockey), Directed by Will Louis, with Raymond McKee, Jean Dumar, Maxine Brown,
1915: [06.19] The Corporal's Daughter (Cast: Tom Keen, U.S. scout), Directed by Langdon West, with Ben Turbett, Gladys Hulette,
1915: [06.09] Up in the Air (Cast: Willie Getter), with Jean Dumar, Julian Reed, Raymond McKee,
1915: [05.25] All cooked up (Cast: Artie - Second Cook), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, ,
1915: [05.19] Chinks and Chickens (Cast: Artie - Second Farm Hand), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, William Fables,
1915: [05.12] Nearly a Scandal (Cast: Otto), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, Caroline Rankin,
1915: [04.27] The Idle Rich (Cast: Artie - a Tramp), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, James Harris,
1915: [04.20] Martha's Romeo (Cast: Artie, star boarder), Directed by Charles Ranson, with , William Wadsworth,
1915: [04.13] His Sad Awakening (Cast: Halen Hardy, her husband), Directed by Charles Ranson, with , William Wadsworth,
1915: [04.06] A Clean Sweep (Cast: Artie Jason), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, Gladys Leslie, ,
1915: [03.30] Music in Flats (Cast: Arty - vocalist (?)), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, , Marjorie Ellison,
1915: [03.23] Hans and His Boss (Cast: Hans), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, ,
1915: [03.17] Seen Through the Make-Up (Cast: The Actor), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, Frank A. Lyons,
1915: [03.16] Her Country Cousin (Cast: Cousin Artie from Tanktown), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, Lou Gorey,
1915: [03.09] Rooney the Bride (Cast: Artie Boone), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, ,
1915: [03.02] Hypno and Trance (Cast: A. Trance), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, Morgan Thorpe,
1915: [02.22] One Way to Advertise (Cast: Smith), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, Cora Williams,
1915: [02.17] A Spiritual Elopement (Cast: Jack Newclothes), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, Viola Dana,
1915: [02.10] The Tailor's Bill (Cast: Platz), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, Richard Tucker,
1915: [02.08] Suspicious Characters (Cast: Bill, his hungry pal), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, William Bechtel,
1915: [02.03] Seen from the Gallery (Cast: Plotz), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, William H. West,
1915: [02.01] Found - A Flesh Reducer (Cast: Horner), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, Mabel Wright,
1915: [01.27] Lodgings for Two (Cast: Phelps), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, Edward O'Connor,
1915: [01.20] A Weighty Matter for a Detective (Cast: Shrimp), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with , Andy Clark,
1915: [01.11] A Superfluous Baby (Cast: Darby Jenks), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, ,
1915: [01.06] Expensive Economy (Cast: The Walking Delegate), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, Mabel Dwight,
1915: [01.04] The Champion Process Server (Cast: The Champion), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, Sally Crute,
1914: [12.05] It's a Bear (Cast: Leonida Nimrod Buskins), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Lou Gorey, Helen Bauer,
1914: [11.30] Wood B. Wedd Goes Snipe Hunting (Twelfth of Wood B. Wedd's Sentimental Experiences) (Cast: Darby Jenks), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with William Wadsworth, Frank A. Lyons,
1914: [11.09] With Slight Variations (Cast: The Parson), Directed by Charles Ranson, with William Wadsworth, Frank A. Lyons, Bliss Milford,
1914: [11.07] Getting to the Ball Game (Cast: Mr. Meekley), Directed by Charles H. France, with Gladys Hulette, Yale Benner,
1914: [10.07] Seth's Sweetheart (Cast: Harry - 1st City Chap ), Directed by Charles Ranson, with Viola Dana, William Wadsworth, Edward O'Connor,
1914: [09.02] A Village Scandal (Cast: Shrimp ), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Dan Mason, ,
1914: [07.13] Qualifying for Lena (Cast: The Detective), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with William Wadsworth, Lizzie Conway,
1914: [06.29] The Revengeful Servant Girl (Cast: Darby Jenks), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with William Wadsworth, Ida Williams,
1914: [06.22] The Basket Habit (Cast: Eddie, her suitor), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Elsie MacLeod, William Wadsworth,
1914: [06.09] The Voice of Silence (Cast: Slim Eastman), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Alice Washburn, Bigelow Cooper,
1914: [06.05] When the Men Left Town (Cast: Tom Carson), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Ida Williams, Elsie MacLeod, Lizzie Conway,
1914: [05.25] A Lady of Spirits (Cast: Darby Jenks), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with William Wadsworth, Kathleen Humphrey,
1914: [03.30] The Vision in the Window (Cast: Darby Jenks), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with William Wadsworth, Yale Benner,
1914: [03.09] The Sultan and the Roller Skates (Cast: Sam Spaulding, an American), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with William Chalfin, Elsie MacLeod,
1914: [02.21] The Beautiful Leading Lady (Cast: Darby Jenks), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with William Wadsworth, Ida Williams,
1914: [02.09] A Story of Crime (Cast: Mr. Dorner, the Florist), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Elsie MacLeod, Alice Washburn,
1914: [02.04] On the Lazy Line (Cast: Arty the Engineer), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with William Wadsworth, Alice Washburn,
1914: [01.05] The Girl in the Middy (Cast: Robert's Friend), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Mabel Trunnelle, Ida Williams, William Chalfin,
1913: [12.29] Her Face Was Her Fortune (Cast: Darby Jenks ), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with William Wadsworth, Andy Clark,
1913: [12.17] Falling in Love with Inez (Cast: Inez's 2nd Suitor), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Gladys Hulette, Joseph Allen sr., Alice Washburn,
1913: [12.03] The Thrifty Janitor (Cast: Mr. Blythe ), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Dan Mason, Elsie MacLeod,
1913: [10.27] A Hornet's Nest (Cast), Directed by Charles H. France, with Barry O'Moore, Gladys Hulette, Alice Davenport,
1913: [10.13] Bill's Career as Butler (Cast: Mr. Melville ), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Gladys Hulette, William Bechtel,
1913: [10.01] Mr. Toots' Tooth (Story), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Frank A. Lyons, Edward Boulden, William Bechtel,
1913: [09.29] The Stolen Models (Cast: The Electric Light Man), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with , Gertrude McCoy,
1913: [09.22] The Honor of the Force (For the Honor of the Force) (Cast), Directed by George Lessey, with Robert Brower, , May Abbey,
1913: [09.19] Saved by the Enemy (Cast), Directed by George Lessey, with Mrs. William Bechtel, Herbert Prior, Yale Benner,
1913: [09.06] Slander's Tongue (Cast: Harry Pearsall), Directed by Ashley Miller, with Bessie Learn, Edward Mack, Herbert Prior,
1913: [09.01] The Younger Generation (Cast: John Boyd), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Gladys Hulette, Edward O'Connor,
1913: [08.04] The Substitute Stenographer (Cast: The Innocent Clerk), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, Walter Edwin, with Laura Sawyer, Charles Ogle, Robert Brower,
1913: [07.08] Scenes of Other Days (Scenes from Other Days) (Cast: Their Son), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Herbert Prior, Bliss Milford,
1913: [05.19] By Mutual Agreement (Cast: The Hired Man ), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Frank A. Lyons, May Abbey,
1913: [] Jack's Joke (Cast: Jack), Directed by N. N., with Cora Williams, Edward Boulden, Nellie Grant,
1913: [06.28] Circumstances Make Heroes (Cast: 2nd Suitor ), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Bigelow Cooper, Bessie Learn, Richard Neill,
1913: [06.18] He Would Fix Things (Cast: Harold), Directed by Ashley Miller, with William Bechtel, Richard Neill, Edward Boulden,
1913: [06.10] Two little kittens (Cast: The Chauffeur / Arnold Graves (?)), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Harry Beaumont, Mabel Trunnelle,
1913: [05.14] The Two Merchants (Cast: Jeremiah Briggs - the 2nd Merchant ), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with William West, Mabel Trunnelle,
1913: [04.30] A Reluctant Cinderella (Cast: Dick Evans), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Elsie MacLeod, Cora Williams,
1913: [04.28] When the Right Man Comes Along (Cast: Arthur Royden), Directed by Walter Edwin, with Mary Fuller, Richard Ridgely,
1913: [04.15] The New Pupil (Cast: Jack Seymour), Directed by George Lessey, with Augustus Phillips, Mabel Trunnelle,
1913: [04.11] Rule Thyself (Cast: Her Brother Albert), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Herbert Prior, Ida Williams,
1913: [04.07] A Shower of Slippers (Cast: The Peddler ), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Elsie MacLeod, Bigelow Cooper,
1913: [03.24] The Long and Short of It (Cast: Scrappy Joe ), Directed by N. N., with Robert Milasch, William Bechtel, Harry B. Eytinge,
1913: [03.14] Superstitious Joe (Cast), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with William Wadsworth, Bessie Learn, Edward Boulden,
1913: [03.10] It Wasn't Poison After All (Cast: The Man with the Sore Throat), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Frank A. Lyons, Harry Beaumont, Andy Clark,
1913: [02.21] The Will of the People (Cast: Party Worker), Directed by George Lessey, with Charles Ogle, Miriam Nesbitt, Bigelow Cooper,
1913: [02.19] After the Welsh Rabbit (Cast: Harry), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with William Wadsworth, Ida Williams, Kathleen Coughlin,
1913: [01.22] The Power of Sleep (Cast: The Village Constable), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Frank A. Lyons, Alice Washburn,
1913: [01.13] The Office Boy's Birthday (Cast: Giccomo - a Fruit Seller ), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Yale Boss, Dan Mason,
1913: [01.01] The Red Old Hills of Georgia (Cast: Bub Floyd - Pinkie's Brother ), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Harry Beaumont, William West, Mabel Trunnelle,
1912: [12.23] An Old Fashioned Elopement (Cast), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Harry Beaumont, Marion Weeks, Robert Brower,
1912: [12.18] When Joey Was on Time (Cast: Joey - the Office Boy ), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with William Bechtel, Edna May Weick,
1912: [12.09] Saving the Game (Cast: Ed Hobart ), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Harry Beaumont, Mrs. William Bechtel,
1912: [11.06] A Queen for a Day (Cast: The Zulu Chief), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with William Wadsworth, Bessie Learn, Louise Sydmeth,
1912: [08.07] Marjorie's Diamond Ring (Cast: 3rd Plumber), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with Elsie MacLeod, Edward Boulden, Alice Washburn,
1912: [07.26] What Happened to Mary? (Cast: Comedian), Directed by Charles Brabin, George Lessey, with Mary Fuller, Marc McDermott, Charles Ogle,
1912: [06.19] Apple Pies (Cast: 3rd Pie Eater), Directed by N. N., with Ida Williams, Gertrude McCoy, Bessie Learn,
1912: [05.28] Jim's Wife (Cast: 2nd Drifter ), Directed by N. N., with George Lessey, Miriam Nesbitt, Harold M. Shaw,
1912: [04.03] Two Knights in a Barroom (Cast: The Cobbler), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with William West, Guy Hedlund, Yale Benner,
1912: [03.02] The Jam Closet (Cast: The Ice-Man), Directed by N. N., with William Porter Jr., Kathleen Coughlin, Nellie Grant,
1912: [02.21] Everything Comes to Him Who Waits (Cast: Waiter ), Directed by C. Jay Williams, with William Wadsworth, Charles Ogle, Yale Benner,

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