William Hopper

William Hopper

  • Birthday: 1915-01-26
  • Deathday: 1970-03-06
  • Place of birth: New York City, New York, USA
  • Also know as: DeWolf Hopper

Biography

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Filmography

Rebel Without a Cause

1955

As Judy's Father

Stagecoach

1939

As Sergeant (uncredited)

Lady Gangster

1942

As John

Action in the North Atlantic

1943

As Canadian Soldier (uncredited)

Conquest of Space

1955

As Dr. George Fenton

Dust Be My Destiny

1939

As Reporter (uncredited)

The Bad Seed

1956

As Col. Kenneth Penmark

20 Million Miles to Earth

1957

As Colonel Robert Calder

The Deadly Mantis

1957

As Dr. Nedrick 'Ned' Jackson

All Through the Night

1942

As Reporter (uncredited)

Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase

1939

As Reporter (as DeWolf Hopper)

Love Is on the Air

1937

As Eddie Gould

Mystery House

1938

As Lal Killian

Track of the Cat

1954

As Arthur Bridges

The Cowboy Quarterback

1939

As Handsome Sam Saxon

Sitting Bull

1954

As Charles Wentworth

The Case of the Black Parrot

1941

As Ship's Second Mate (uncredited)

The First Texan

1956

As William Barrett Travis

The Footloose Heiress

1937

As Jack Pierson

Larceny on the Air

1937

As Announcer

The Adventurous Blonde

1937

As Matt, a Reporter

Beware Of Ladies

1936

As Reporter

This Is My Love

1954

As District Attorney

Bullet Scars

1942

As Murdered Bank Teller

Robbers' Roost

1955

As Smokey

Over the Goal

1937

As Ken Thomas

Ladies Must Live

1940

As Joe Barton

The Maltese Falcon

1941

As Reporter (uncredited)

Across the Pacific

1942

As Orderly (uncredited)

Strange Alibi

1941

As Desk Clerk at National Apartments

Good-bye, My Lady

1956

As Walden Grover

The Fighting 69th

1940

As Private Turner

One Desire

1955

As 'Mac' MacBain

Angels Wash Their Faces

1939

As Reporter (uncredited)

Public Wedding

1937

As Tony Burke

The Old Maid

1939

As John

Smashing the Money Ring

1939

As Trial Spectator (uncredited)

On Your Toes

1939

As Ronald - Peggy's Escort

Midnight

1939

As Flammarions' Party Guest (uncredited)

A Child Is Born

1939

As Intern Going to See Operation (uncredited)

Daughters Courageous

1939

As Striped-Shirted Man at Beach (uncredited)

Espionage Agent

1939

As Student

The Daredevil Drivers

1938

As Neeley Bus Driver

The Return of Doctor X

1939

As Interne

The Hard Way

1943

As Hotel Desk Clerk (Uncredited)

Calling Philo Vance

1940

As Clerk at Hotel Nino in Chicago (uncredited)

Brother Orchid

1940

As 2nd Reporter on Return Ship (uncredited)

Slim Carter

1957

As Joe Brewster

Virginia City

1940

As Lieutenant Reporting Murrell's Attack (uncredited)

No Time for Comedy

1940

As First-Nighter (uncredited)

Back in Circulation

1937

As Pete Eddington - a Reporter (uncredited)

Castle on the Hudson

1940

As Reporter (uncredited)

'Til We Meet Again

1940

As Man (uncredited)

Knute Rockne All American

1940

As New York Reporter When Knute is Ill (uncredited)

Lady with Red Hair

1940

As Lyceum Theater Attendant (uncredited)

The Body Disappears

1941

As Terrence Abbott

A Shot in the Dark

1941

As Reporter (uncredited)

Join the Marines

1937

As Marine

They Died with Their Boots On

1941

As Lt. Frazier (uncredited)

Breakdowns of 1937

1937

As Self

Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?

1975

As Self (archive footage)

Spy Ship

1942

As Reporter

Highway West

1941

As Frank Carson-Murdered Cashier (uncredited)

Always a Bride

1940

As Man at Campaign Meeting Carrying Michael

The Bill of Rights

1939

As Courier

On Dress Parade

1939

As Soldier Getting Radio Report from H4 (uncredited)

Air Force

1943

As Sergeant (uncredited)

The Accusing Finger

1936

As Reporter

Truck Busters

1943

As Truck Driver

Flight from Destiny

1941

As Travin

Here Comes Happiness

1941

As Best Man

Escape from Crime

1942

As Hastings

Money and the Woman

1940

As J.L. Burns, Depositor (uncredited)

Beyond the Line of Duty

1942

As University of Texas Classmate (uncredited)

Mr. Dodd Takes the Air

1937

As Second Production Manager (uncredited)

Bullets for O'Hara

1941

As Richard Palmer

The Bride Came C.O.D.

1941

As Pilot

Invisible Stripes

1939

As Society Gent in Top Hat (uncredited)

The Flag of Humanity

1940

As Sentry (uncredited)

Footsteps in the Dark

1941

As Police Secretary (uncredited)

Blues in the Night

1941

As Billiards player

You Can't Escape Forever

1942

As Soldier (uncredited)

Myra Breckinridge

1970

As Judge Frederic D. Cannon (uncredited)

Sunshine Dad

1916

As Infant in carriage (as DeWolf Hopper Jr.)

Busses Roar

1942

As Dark-Haired Sailor at Bar (uncredited)

Manpower

1941

As Power Company Telephone Operator (uncredited)

The Male Animal

1942

As Reporter on Porch (uncredited)

Murder with Pictures

1936

As Photographer (uncredited)

Murder in the Big House

1942

As Reporter (uncredited)

The Deadly Mantis

1966

As (archive footage)

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