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Fred Esmelton


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About Fred Esmelton

Fred Esmelton is most well known for acting, and has 20 known credits, of which 20 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Fred Esmelton’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Fred Esmelton’s movies you should definitely watch The Chinese Parrot (1927) Fred has worked on!

  1. The Chinese Parrot (1927)
  2. Three Wise Fools (1923)
  3. Conductor 1492 (1924)
  4. California Straight Ahead (1925)
  5. The Winning of Barbara Worth (1926)

1. The Chinese Parrot (1927 Movie)

The best rated movie Fred Esmelton has been a part of is the mystery, crime movie The Chinese Parrot, where they had the role of Alexander Eden. It has a rating 5.0 on IMDb .

2. Three Wise Fools (1923)

Three Wise Fools has a rating on 6.0 on IMDb . Fred Esmelton worked on this comedy movie as Gray.

3. Conductor 1492 (1924)

In Conductor 1492 Fred Esmelton was worked as Toast the Knowing . This movie has a rating on 6.3 on IMDb .

4. California Straight Ahead (1925)

This comedy, action movie has a rating on 6.6 on IMDb . In California Straight Ahead Fred Esmelton had the role of Mr. Hayden.

5. The Winning of Barbara Worth (1926)

Fred Esmelton was a part of the movie The Winning of Barbara Worth as George Cartwright. This drama, romance, western movie has a rating 7.0 on IMDb .

Frequently asked questions

What is Fred most known for?

Fred Esmelton is most known for acting. Fred has worked on 20 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Fred Esmelton’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is The Chinese Parrot, which has a score of 0.0.

Fred’s Filmography

As Alexander Eden. The plot is motivated by a pearl necklace, which has caused the death and/or ruination of all its owners. The second screen appearance of detective Charlie Chan

As Gray. Sydney Fairchild, the daughter of a woman who was once loved by three bachelors, surprises the men with a visit. Findley, Trumbull, and Gaunt honor their former sweetheart's last request by becoming Sydney's guardians.

As Denman Connelly. A young Irish immigrant gets a job as a conductor on a streetcar and fights off an attempt by crooks to take over the company, all the while pursuing the boss' beautiful daughter.

As Commissioner Ainsworth. Real-life outlaw Joaquin Murietta, who (according to this film, anyway) is a latter-day Robin Hood, dedicated to driving land-grabbers and corrupt politicians out of Spanish California.

As Norwood. Santussa, an orphan who becomes separated from her nurse en route to America to live with her grandfather, is cared for by gangsters who hide their stolen jewels in her ragdoll. In New York, Big Mike, finding Santussa a nuisance, dumps her and the doll in a trash can, where a newsboy finds her. After several adventures, Santussa finds her grandfather, the jewels are handed over to customs officials, and the gang of crooks is reformed.

As Meinherr Van Rycke, the Bailiff of Ghent. Set during the 16th-century Spanish occupation of Flanders, the story concentrates on the fiercely patriotic Mark Van Ryke (Colman). Donning the guise of "Leatherface," a swashbuckling masked avenger, Van Ryke performs his derring-do on behalf of the Prince of Orange (Nigel de Brulier). Naturally, Van Ruke considers beautiful Spanish aristocrat Donna Leonora de Vargas (Vilma Banky) to be a bitter enemy, and the feeling is mutual. To no one's surprise, however, Van Ryke and Donna Leonara eventually fall in love (hence the title). The pulse-pounding climax finds Van Ryke riding hell-for-leather through a rainstorm to warn the Flemish troops about the Spaniards' plans to burn the city of Ghent to the ground. Two Lovers was based on Madame Orczy's novel Leatherface, and adapted for the screen by Alice Duer Miller.

As Blythe. Lola de Breze loves Lord Arthur Fallaray from afar, though there seems to be no way to bring them together -- he is England's Colonial Secretary and married, while she is merely a working class maiden. But when she is given a maid's position in his household, it brings her that much closer to her idol. She puts on a fancy gown and heads to the Ritz in hopes of getting a formal introduction. After being fired from the household, she follows Fallaray to his country home and nurses him when he falls ill. Lord Fallaray's wife Lady Feo doesn't love him and is having an affair with Paul Chalfont. When it looks like he will be faced with scandal, Fallaray contemplates giving up politics and marrying Lola.

As Judge Banning. The story of two baby girls, born near in proximity, but worlds apart in life: Molly Helmer, the daughter of a thief, and Florence Banning, the daughter of the judge who would send Molly's father to prison. The girls' lives come together as young women at eighteen as Florence leaves the security of the exclusive Girls Select School, and Molly, now orphaned, begins her life free from reform school.

As Ponsonby's Butler (uncredited). A pregnant American nurse living in London during WWI, believing her soldier-fiance has been killed in France, marries a wealthy aristocrat so her child will have a father.

As Hiram Morris. The Michigan Kid is a gambler in the backwoods of Alaska trying to make enough money to go back to his hometown and impress the girl he loves. His childhood rival for the girl happens to turn up at his casino, in trouble and doesn't want his girl to find about it.

As Honorable R.C. Lowden. The first time Al Jones sees Elizabeth Lowden, he becomes so distracted that he runs his car into a steamroller. The second time he sees her, Elizabeth's car frightens his horse, causing him to fall. ....

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