Arthur Houseman

Bio: Until the emergence of Jack Norton in the early 1930s, Arthur Houseman was the screen's Number One "comic drunk." It was not always thus. Entering films with the Edison Company in 1910, Houseman started out in sober, clean-shaven leading roles. During the 1920s, he essayed dramatic characterizations in such major productions as The Bat (1926) and Sunrise (1927). He… More


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