Leo Carrillo

Leo Carrillo


Also Known As
Leo Carillo
Birth Place
Los Angeles, California, USA
August 06, 1880
September 10, 1961
Cause of Death

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Family & Companions

Edith S Haeselbarth




Cast (Feature Film)

The Girl from San Lorenzo (1950)
The Valiant Hombre (1949)
The Gay Amigo (1949)
Satan's Cradle (1949)
The Daring Caballero (1949)
The Fugitive (1947)
A chief of police
Crime, Inc. (1945)
Tony Marlow
Mexicana (1945)
Esteban Guzman
Under Western Skies (1945)
King [Carlos] Randall
Bowery to Broadway (1944)
P. J. Fenton
Gypsy Wildcat (1944)
Ghost Catchers (1944)
Moonlight and Cactus (1944)
Larceny with Music (1943)
Gus Borelli
Follow the Band (1943)
Frontier Badmen (1943)
Phantom of the Opera (1943)
Signor Ferretti
Crazy House (1943)
Men of Texas (1942)
Sam Sawyer
American Empire (1942)
Dominique Beauchard
Top Sergeant (1942)
[Corp.] Frenchy Devereaux
Danger in the Pacific (1942)
Leo Marzell
Escape from Hong Kong (1942)
Timber (1942)
Unseen Enemy (1942)
Sin Town (1942)
Angelo Colina
What's Cookin'? (1942)
Marvo [the Great]
The Kid from Kansas (1941)
Juan Garcia Pancho
Road Agent (1941)
Horror Island (1941)
Tobias [Clump]
Honolulu Lu (1941)
Don Estaban Cordoba
Barnacle Bill (1941)
Pico Rodriguez
Tight Shoes (1941)
Riders of Death Valley (1941)
One Night in the Tropics (1940)
Lillian Russell (1940)
Tony Pastor
Wyoming (1940)
Pete Marillo
20 Mule Team (1940)
Piute Pete
Captain Caution (1940)
[Lucien] Argandeau
Rio (1939)
The Arizona Wildcat (1939)
Manuel Hernandez
Chicken Wagon Family (1939)
Jean Paul Batiste Fippany
Society Lawyer (1939)
Tony Gazotti
Fisherman's Wharf (1939)
Carlo Roma
The Girl and the Gambler (1939)
El Rayo
Too Hot to Handle (1938)
Flirting with Fate (1938)
Sancho Ramirez
City Streets (1938)
Joe Carmine
Blockade (1938)
The Girl of the Golden West (1938)
Little Miss Roughneck (1938)
Pascual Orozco
I Promise to Pay (1937)
Richard Farra
52nd Street (1937)
Fiorello Zamarelli
Manhattan Merry-Go-Round (1937)
Tony Gordoni
The Barrier (1937)
Poleon [Doret]
History Is Made at Night (1937)
Hotel Haywire (1937)
Dr. Zodiac Z. Zippe
It Had to Happen (1936)
Giuseppe Badjagaloupe
Moonlight Murder (1936)
Gino D'Acosta
The Gay Desperado (1936)
Love Me Forever (1935)
Steve Corelli
The Winning Ticket (1935)
Joe Tomasello
In Caliente (1935)
Jose Gomez
If You Could Only Cook (1935)
Mike Rossini
Four Frightened People (1934)
Viva Villa (1934)
The Band Plays On (1934)
Manhattan Melodrama (1934)
Father Joe
The Gay Bride (1934)
Mickey [the Greek, alias of John Mickapopolis]
Parachute Jumper (1933)
[Kurt] Weber
Before Morning (1933)
Dr. Gruelle [alias of Mr. Maitland]
Obey the Law (1933)
Tony Pasqual
Racetrack (1933)
Joe Tomasso
Moonlight and Pretzels (1933)
Nick Pappacropolis
Girl of the Rio (1932)
Don Jose Maria Lopez y Tostado
The Broken Wing (1932)
Capt. Innocencio
Men Are Such Fools (1932)
Antonio ["Tony"] Mello
Deception (1932)
Jim Hurley
Hell Bound (1931)
Nick Cotrelli
The Guilty Generation (1931)
Mike Palmero
The Homicide Squad (1931)
[Big] Louie Grenado
Lasca of the Rio Grande (1931)
Jose Santa Cruz
Mister Antonio (1929)
Antonio Camaradino

Cast (Short)

Around the World in California (1947)
Cinema Circus (1937)
La Fiesta de Santa Barbara (1935)
Things You Never See on the Screen (1935)
The 42nd. Street Special (1933)

Life Events

Photo Collections

The Guilty Generation - Movie Posters
The Guilty Generation - Movie Posters


Movie Clip

Viva Villa! (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Fiction Woven Out Of Truth Commanding prologue and screenplay by Ben Hecht, directed by either ultimately-dismissed Howard Hawks or credited Jack Conway, with Phillip Cooper as the young title character and Frank Puglia his dad, from MGM’s hit Viva Villa!, 1934, starring Wallace Beery.
Viva Villa! (1934) -- (Movie Clip) For The Gringo Paper? Taking a town as his notoriety grows, Wallace Beery as Pancho Villa browses females (C.B. DeMille's part-Italian adopted daughter Katherine as Rosita, in one of her earliest roles) then, with sidekick Sierra (Leo Carrillo), meets nervous American journalist Sykes (Stuart Erwin), in Viva Villa!, 1934.
Viva Villa! (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Pancho Villa Sent For Me Some scale as the revolution gathers pace, Wallace Beery (title character) rallies volunteers, visits sympathetic aristocrat Teresa (Fay Wray) and reporter Sykes (Stuart Erwin), then a montage, with writer Ben Hecht more successful than the rear-screen process shots, David Durand the bugle boy, inViva Villa! , 1934.
Viva Villa! (1934) -- (Movie Clip) The Law Of Pancho Villa's Court First appearance for Wallace Beery in the title role, his mob seizing a town after several peasants were convicted and hanged, with aide Sierra (Leo Carrillo), flipping the script on the ruling class (Nigel De Brulier the magistrate), in MGM’s Viva Villa!, 1934.
In Caliente (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Muchacha All of 70 minutes into the picture, Busby Berkeley staging, Lloyd Bacon directing, a reprise of an extended Harry Warren-Al Dubin composition, Dolores Del Rio as Rita finally sings and dances, with support from Phil Regan, love interest Pat O’Brien watching with pal Edward Everett Horton, in Warner Bros.’ In Caliente, 1935.
Fugitive, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) I Am Not Your Excellency Continuing director John Ford’s exposition of key characters, Pedro Armendariz as “a Lieutenant Of Police,” angrily dispatching his own duties as well as those of the preoccupied chief (Leo Carrillo), cinematographer Gabriel Figueroa leading the way, in The Fugitive, 1947, based on Graham Greene’s novel.
Manhattan Melodrama (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Better Say Goodbye Blackie (Clark Gable) is more than philosophical when now-governor pal Jim (William Powell) and Father Joe (Leo Carrillo) come to visit him pre-execution in Manhattan Melodrama, 1934.
History Is Made At Night (1937) -- (Movie Clip) More Dead Than The Male The day after his evening with Jean Arthur, we learn Charles Boyer (as "Paul") is headwaiter at the Paris restaurant where he entertained her, with chef Cesare (Leo Carrillo), diner Norton (George Meeker) and a timid waiter (Barlowe Borland), in Frank Borzage's History Is Made At Night, 1937.
History Is Made At Night (1937) -- (Movie Clip) I Hate Men Don't You? Director Frank Borzage's Byzantine plot has Paul (Charles Boyer) who, it seems, is a light-hearted jewel thief in full command of a Paris restaurant staff, entertaining Irene (Jean Arthur), whom he rescued from a husband determined to frame her, in History Is Made At Night, 1937.
Blockade (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Spain, 1936 Opening in an idyllic Spain, with actual names of places and political positions omitted, Henry Fonda as farmer Marco with buddy Luis (Leo Carrillo) meets fancy Norma (Madeleine Carroll), in producer Walter Wanger's Spanish Civil War drama Blockade, 1938.
Blockade (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Turn Back And Fight! Foreigners Basil and daughter Norma (Vladimir Sokoloff, Madeleine Carroll) in flight, farmers in a fictional region in Spain baffled by sudden bombing, this could be read as Marco (Henry Fonda), on his own, instigating the Spanish Republican cause, in producer Walter Wanger's Blockade, 1938.
Captain Caution (1940) -- (Movie Clip) There'll Be No Scurvy Having taken her dead father's ship back from British captors, vengeful Yankee Corunna (Louise Platt) taking command with support from mercenary Slade (Bruce Cabot), sailors George Lloyd, J. Pat O'Malley and especially Victor Mature as "Marvin," not happy, in Captain Caution, 1940.



Edith S Haeselbarth