Ernest Torrence
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Ernest Torrence
*June 26, 1878 Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
as Ernest Thayson Torrence-Thomson
May 15, 1933 New York City, New York, USA

Scottish born film character active in Hollywood.

Films

1959

The Tingler

1933

I Cover the Waterfront

1932

Hypnotized
Sherlock Holmes

1931

The Cuban Love Song
Fighting Caravans
Sporting Blood
Shipmates

1930

Call of the Flesh
Free and Easy
Officer O'Brien

1929

The Bridge of San Luis Rey
The Unholy Night
Untamed
Desert Nights
Speedway

1928

Across to Singapore
Steamboat Bill, Jr.
The Cossacks

1927

The King of Kings
Twelve Miles Out

1926

The American Venus
Mantrap

1925

The Dressmaker from Paris

1924

Peter Pan
The Fighting Coward
The Heritage of the Desert
North of 36

1923

The Covered Wagon
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
West of the Water Tower
Ruggles of Red Gap
The Trail of the Lonesome Pine

1922

Broken Chains
Singed Wings

1921

Tol'able David


Imdb: 0868458

VIAF: 22343781
Articles on Ernest Torrence

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Mon Ciné, nr. 161, 19-03 1925


Articles with photographs of Ernest Torrence

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Picture Play Magazine, February 1923



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Photoplay, February 1936


Books with substantial mentioning of Ernest Torrence
Books with an entry on Ernest Torrence
Roy Liebman
Silent Film Performers, An Annotated Bibliography of Published, Unpublished and Archival Sources for over 350 Actors and Actresses
Jefferson, North Carolina, and London, 1996

James Robert Parish with Earl Anderson, Richard E. Braff, John Robert Cocchi, and Harry Purvis
Hollywood Character Actors
New Rochelle, New York, 1978

Ken D. Jones, Arthur F. McClure, Alfred E. Twomey
Character People, The Stalwarts of the Cinema
South Brunswick and New York - London, 1976

Martin J. Quigley (ed.)
The Motion Picture Almanac, Big Stars in Big Pictures
Chicago, Ill., 1929

Charles Donald Fox
Mirrors of Hollywood, with brief biographies of favorite film folk
New York, 1925
Books with photograph(s) of Ernest Torrence
John Richard Finch and Paul Elby
Close-Ups, From the Golden Age of the Silent Cinema
South Brunswick and New York - London, 1978