Arthur Ayleswofth


Actor Arthur Aylesworth's first regular film employment was in a series of Paramount "newspaper" short subjects produced between 1932 and 1933. Aylesworth signed a Warner Bros. contract in 1934, appearing in nine films his first year. His roles under the Warners escutcheon included the Chief Censor in Life of Emile Zola (1937), the auto court owner in… More


Arthur Ayleswofth Videos

High Sierra
3 minutes 40 seconds
Christmas In Connecticut
2 minutes 51 seconds
The Shadow Of The Thin Man
1 minutes 39 seconds
The Grapes Of Wrath
1 minutes 11 seconds
The Oklahoma Kid
3 minutes 43 seconds

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