Cecil Kellaway

Cecil Kellaway




Cast (Feature Film)

Getting Straight (1970)
Dr. Kasper
The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin (1967)
Mr. Pemberton
Fitzwilly (1967)
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1967)
Monsignor Ryan
Spinout (1966)
Bernard Ranley
Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964)
Harry Willis
The Cardinal (1963)
Monsignor Monaghan
Zotz! (1962)
Dean Updike
Tammy Tell Me True (1961)
Captain Joe
Francis of Assisi (1961)
Cardinal Hugolino
The Private Lives of Adam & Eve (1961)
Doc Bayles
The Shaggy Dog (1959)
Prof. Plumcott
The Proud Rebel (1958)
Dr. Enos Davis
Johnny Trouble (1957)
Tom McKay
The Toy Tiger (1956)
James Fusenot
Interrupted Melody (1955)
Bill Lawrence
Female on the Beach (1955)
Osbert Sorenson
The Prodigal (1955)
Young Bess (1953)
Mr. Parry
Cruisin' Down the River (1953)
Thadeus Jackson
The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms (1953)
Prof. Thurgood Elson
Paris Model (1953)
Patrick James "P.J." Sullivan
Thunder in the East (1953)
Dr. Willoughby
My Wife's Best Friend (1952)
Dr. Reverend Thomas Chamberlain
Just Across the Street (1952)
Pop Smith
Kim (1951)
Huree Chunder
Half Angel (1951)
Harry Gilpin
Katie Did It (1951)
Nathaniel B. Wakely VI
Francis Goes to the Races (1951)
Colonel Travers
The Highwayman (1951)
Lord Herbert
The Reformer and the Redhead (1950)
Dr. Kevin G. Maguire
Harvey (1950)
Dr. Chumley
Down to the Sea in Ships (1949)
Slush Tubbs
Portrait of Jennie (1949)
Mr. Matthews
Joan of Arc (1948)
Jean Le Maistre, Inquisitor of Rouen
Always Together (1948)
Jonathan Turner [also known as Oliver Ramsey]
The Decision of Christopher Blake (1948)
Judge Adamson
The Luck of the Irish (1948)
Variety Girl (1947)
Unconquered (1947)
Jeremy Love
The Cockeyed Miracle (1946)
Tom Carter
The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946)
Nick Smith
Kitty (1946)
Thomas Gainsborough
Easy to Wed (1946)
J. B. Allenbury
Monsieur Beaucaire (1946)
Count d'Armand
Love Letters (1945)
And Now Tomorrow (1944)
Dr. Weeks
Frenchman's Creek (1944)
Practically Yours (1944)
Marvin P. Meglin
Mrs. Parkington (1944)
Edward, Prince of Wales
Forever and a Day (1943)
Man at dinner party
The Crystal Ball (1943)
Pop Tibbets
The Good Fellows (1943)
Jim Helton
It Ain't Hay (1943)
King O'Hara
Are Husbands Necessary? (1942)
Dr. Buell
Take a Letter, Darling (1942)
Uncle George
The Lady Has Plans (1942)
Peter Miles
Night in New Orleans (1942)
Dan Odell
My Heart Belongs to Daddy (1942)
I Married a Witch (1942)
West Point Widow (1941)
Dr. Spencer
New York Town (1941)
Shipboard host
A Very Young Lady (1941)
Professor Starkweather
Appointment for Love (1941)
Bahama Passage (1941)
Captain Jack Risingwell
Night of January 16th (1941)
Oscar, the drunk
Burma Convoy (1941)
Angus McBragel
Small Town Deb (1941)
Mr. [Henry]] Randall
Birth of the Blues (1941)
Lady with Red Hair (1940)
Mr. Chapman
The Letter (1940)
South of Suez (1940)
Henry Putnam
Brother Orchid (1940)
Brother Goodwin
Adventure in Diamonds (1940)
Phantom Raiders (1940)
Franklin Morris
Mexican Spitfire (1940)
The House of the Seven Gables (1940)
Philip Barton
The Mummy's Hand (1940)
Mr. Solvani
The Invisible Man Returns (1940)
Inspector Sampson
Diamond Frontier (1940)
Mexican Spitfire Out West (1940)
The Underpup (1939)
Gunga Din (1939)
Mr. Stebbins
We Are Not Alone (1939)
Wuthering Heights (1939)
Intermezzo, a Love Story (1939)
The Sun Never Sets (1939)
Colonel Official
Man About Town (1939)
Night Spot (1938)
Willard Lorryweather
Blond Cheat (1938)
Rufus Trent
Tarnished Angel (1938)
Reginald Roland
Double Danger (1938)
Fentriss, also known as Gilhooley
Everybody's Doing It (1938)
Mr. Beyers
Maid's Night Out (1938)
This Marriage Business (1938)
Chief Hardy

Cast (Special)

Call Holme (1972)
Lord Basil Hyde-Smith
Kismet (1967)
The Fabulous Sycamores (1955)
Grandpa Sycamore

Life Events

Photo Collections

Portrait of Jennie - Lobby Card Set
Here is a set of Lobby Cards from Portrait of Jennie (1949). Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. Also included is a card from the 1950 release of the film, as Tidal Wave.
The Shaggy Dog - Pressbook
Here is the original campaign book (pressbook) for Disney's The Shaggy Dog (1959). Pressbooks were sent to exhibitors and theater owners to aid them in publicizing the film's run in their theater.


Movie Clip

Beast From 20,000 Fathoms, The -- (Movie Clip) The Meat Still Edible Shared billing on the office door introducing Prof. Elson (Cecil Kellaway) and assistant Lee (Paula Raymond) in paleontology, receiving nuclear scientist Nesbitt (Paul Christian), who thinks he saw a dinosaur, in The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms, 1953.
Phantom Raiders (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Ten Thousand Bags Of Sand Joining the complex opening scene, in Panama, where master crook Taurez (Joseph Schildkraut) manipulates goon Gunboat (Nat Pendleton) framed shipping exec Morris (Cecil Kellaway), and would-be-hero undercover cop Steve (John Burton), in the MGM Nick Carter serial Phantom Raiders, 1940, starring Walter Pidgeon.
Portrait of Jennie (1949) -- (Movie Clip) We'll Take The Flower Gallery owners Mr. Matthews (Cecil Kellaway) and Miss Spinney (Ethel Barrymore) don't quite reject the works of starving artist Eben Adams (Joseph Cotten), the opening scene in Portrait of Jennie, 1949.
Harvey (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Dowd's My Name Opening director Henry Koster’s treatment of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Mary Chase, James Stewart as Elwood P. Dowd, Josephine Hull his sister Veda, whom she also played on Broadway, Victoria Horne as the daughter Myrtle Mae, in Harvey, 1950.
Reformer And The Redhead, The (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Man Against Beast Opening from co-writers, directors and producers Norman Panama and Melvin Frank, fat cat Parker (Ray Collins) and daughter (Kathleen Freeman) pontificate while zoologist Kathleen (June Allyson) hurries to support her fired zoo director father (Cecil Kellaway), in The Reformer And The Redhead, 1950.
Reformer And The Redhead, The (1950) -- (Movie Clip) What About Costello? Zookeeper Maguire (Cecil Kellaway), just fired by crooked politicians, and daughter Kathleen (June Allyson) have drafted inquisitive mayoral candidate Andrew (Dick Powell, Allyson's then-new husband) into emergency duty birthing goats, in the Norman Panama/Melvin Frank comedy The Reformer And The Redhead, 1950.
Harvey (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Did I Tell You He Could Stop Clocks? Sanitarium chief Chumley (Cecil Kellaway) is finally alone with eccentric Elwood Dowd (James Stewart), friend of the giant rabbit of the title, who has confounded his staff, and finds himself enlightened, a famous piece from the original play by Mary Chase, in Harvey, 1950.
Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964) -- (Movie Clip) She Is Deranged Bette Davis (title character) realizing her cousin Miriam (Olivia de Havilland) doesn't plan to help save her Louisiana plantation home, reveals the role she played in the murder of her married lover to old family friend Dr. Drew (Joseph Cotten), in Robert Aldrich's Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte, 1964.
Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964) -- (Movie Clip) He Really Isn't Here, Is He? Visiting cousin Miriam (Olivia de Havilland), whose motives are unclear, rescues fragile Bette Davis (title character), who thinks her lover John, whom most people think she butchered and killed, is around the house, with an unexplained twist, in Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte, 1964.
Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Ya Smirkin' Judas! Long-serving maid Velma (Agnes Moorehead) admits sheriff Standish (Wesley Addy) who hopes to convince maybe-demented presumed-murderess Bette Davis (title character) to vacate her Louisiana home, though she hopes for a rescue, in Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte, 1964.
Proud Rebel, The (1958) -- (Movie Clip) A Minister Could Give Thee Hope Alan Ladd is Chandler, title character, his Southern roots already established, with Ladd’s son David playing his son, visiting Doc Davis (Cecil Kellaway) in a post-Civil War Illinois town, as the main dilemma is revealed, in The Proud Rebel, 1958, co-starring Olivia de Havilland.
Postman Always Rings Twice, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) He's Hooked Frank (John Garfield), newly hired at the roadhouse, narrating after an early rejection by Cora (Lana Turner), then making inroads with her husband, his boss, Nick (Cecil Kellaway), in The Postman Always Rings Twice, 1946, from a James M. Cain novel.



Leon Kellaway
Jan Kowsky
Bryan Kellaway