Joseph Calleia

Joseph Calleia

Gender: Male
Known for: Acting
Birthday: 1897-08-04
Deathday: 1975-10-31 (78 years old)

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Joseph Calleia ( kə-LAY-ə; born Joseph Alexander Caesar Herstall Vincent Calleja, August 4, 1897 – October 31, 1975) was a Maltese-born American actor and singer on the stage and in films, radio and television.After serving in the British Transport Service during World War I he travelled to the United States and began his career on the stage, initially in musical comedy, but later in original Broadway productions as Broadway (1926), The Front Page (1928), The Last Mile (1930), and Grand Hotel (1930). Calleia became a star with the play Small Miracle (1934), his first real role as a heavy, and he was put under contract by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.Calleia excelled as the villain in Hollywood films, but he fought against typecasting and created a succession of darkly mysterious characters edged with humor in films including Algiers (1938), Five Came Back (1939), Golden Boy (1939), The Glass Key (1942) and Gilda (1946). During World War II Calleia led the Malta War Relief organization in the US, and toured for the USO and the Hollywood Victory Committee. After the war he continued to work steadily in motion pictures and television, and he starred in the 1948 London stage premiere of Arthur Miller's Tony Award-winning play, All My Sons. Calleia's performance in Orson Welles's 1958 film Touch of Evil is regarded as one of the best in his career. Joseph Alexander Caesar Herstall Vincent Calleja was born on August 4, 1897, in Notabile (now called Mdina), in the administrative area of Saqqajja, in the Crown Colony of Malta. His parents were Pasquale and Eleonore Calleja; his father was an architect. Calleia studied at St. Julian's and St. Aloysius Colleges. At age 12 he used the English pound given to him for Christmas to buy two dozen harmonicas, and organized a local band whose performances were soon netting £100 a week. Sent by his father to London to study engineering, Calleia employed his good tenor voice in music halls, performing ballads of the Scottish Highlands in traditional dress. He worked as Joseph Spurin, using his mother's maiden name due to his father's disapproval.In 1914 Calleia joined the British Transport Service. After cruising the world for two-and-a-half years, his ship was torpedoed in the English Channel. Hospitalized for three months, Calleia was awarded a campaign medal and honorably discharged. He traveled to the United States in 1917. Unemployed, he sang for the Red Cross and armed services, and volunteered for the American Tank Corps.Calleia began his stage career on Armistice Day. After World War I he found only limited success in vaudeville. He earned his living stoking the furnace at a department store, and got a night job washing and repairing New York City streetcars. By day he haunted theatrical booking offices. The Henry W. Savage agency sent Calleia to Denver, where he made his stage debut singing in the chorus of Jerome Kern's musical comedy Have a Heart. The following season he had a bit part in Pietro (1920), an Otis Skinner vehicle that played six weeks on Broadway and 40 weeks on tour. Calleia supplemented his salary by working as assistant stage manager and repairing trunks at $3 each.Calleia's first speaking role on the stage was in The Broken Wing (1920), a Broadway comedy starring George Abbott and Louis Wolheim. He understudied all of the parts and appeared as a Mexican peon who played the guitar and sang a song called "Adelai". Calleia composed the tune, and asked Abbott to write the lyrics; the song was published and eventually brought each of them royalties of as much as $2,000 a year.The Broken Wing was a hit, and after the play's New York run Calleia and Thurston Hall were carried over in a London production. After four months the show closed and Calleia visited Malta, where he and his father reconciled. At his father's request he began using his real surname, and was billed as Joseph Spurin-Calleia.On February 14, 1925, Calleia made his concert debut at Town Hall in New York City, accompanied by pianist Ferdinand Greenwald. "He proved to be the possessor of an agreeable high voice, which he used with much skill in Italian airs," wrote New York Times music critic Olin Downes, "including that of Rodolfo from Puccini's La Boheme and others from Verdi's Trovatore and Rigoletto." In recital at New York's Steinway Hall on February 21, 1926, Calleia "displayed a voice of pleasant and attractive timbre" in a program that included works by Scarlatti, Paisiello, Schumann, Gounod and Leoncavallo, as well as two of his own compositions.Calleia was cast as the Spanish ambassador in the Broadway production of Princess Flavia (1925), Sigmund Romberg's musical adaptation of The Prisoner of Zenda. While he was waiting for the elaborate production to be mounted he sold pianos, with such success that the store owner offered him a store of his own if he would stay.In 1926 Calleia was given his first prominent stage role, in George Abbott and Philip Dunning's smash hit, Broadway. He played a shuffling, coin-jingling waiter in the melodrama that New York Times critic Brooks Atkinson later called a "noisy, bustling cyclorama of backstage life [that] remains a landmark in the American theater." Calleia also acted as the company's stage manager and, working for producer Jed Harris, he supervised some ten duplicate productions of Broadway in the US and abroad.A succession of acclaimed performances in successful Broadway plays followed, including a shiftless newspaper reporter in The Front Page (1928), a convicted murderer in The Last Mile (1930), and the sinister chauffeur in Grand Hotel (1930). Calleia became a star with Small Miracle (1934), a Broadway production described by The New Yorker as "a very satisfactory melodrama with Joseph Spurin-Calleia as the pleasantest murderer you ever saw.""What an actor—Joseph Calleia", said Orson Welles, who directed and performed with Calleia in Touch of Evil (1958):I fell in love with him as a ten-year-old boy. I saw him in a play in New York ... a very well-staged melodrama which was an enormous hit for about a year—it was made as a movie later with somebody else. He had the leading role, and I never forgot him. And through the years I'd seen him in movies—little things. And I could never forget that performance of his. He's always played very stereotyped parts in pictures but is one of the best actors I've ever known. I have such respect for him. You play next to him and you just feel the thing that you do with a big actor—this dynamo going on.: 298 Naming the theatre's villain of the year for 1934, nationally syndicated columnist Paul Harrison of the Newspaper Enterprise Association selected "Joseph Spurin-Calleia, whose gangster role in Small Miracle provided one of the finest of all performances on Broadway."Calleia had his first real role as a heavy in Small Miracle, and his success in the play was responsible for his move to Hollywood. Calleia's contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer permitted him a hiatus of six months a year, to continue his stage work. He was not new to motion pictures—he had made three feature films on the East Coast—but when MGM put Calleia under contract they promoted his first film, Public Hero No. 1 (1935), as his screen debut. Calleia's portrayal of the gunman was listed by film critic Andre Sennwald of The New York Times as one of the year's ten best male performances.Calleia excelled as the villain in films, but he wanted to create characters with some sympathy. "I'd like to get away from straight villain roles," he said in a 1936 interview. "But I have no wish to be a hero. I enjoy roles where I get slapped around a bit. It's far more stimulating to play a character that isn't all one thing—not all bad and not all good." He created a series of darkly mysterious characters edged with humor in films including Algiers (1938), Five Came Back (1939), Golden Boy (1939), The Glass Key (1942) and Gilda (1946).In June 1935 Calleia was announced to star as Joaquin Murrieta in I Am Joaquin (later titled Robin Hood of El Dorado), a film for which he had written the screenplay. MGM replaced him with Warner Baxter, ostensibly because Calleia was too old, although Baxter was six years older. Calleia did receive a starring role in Man of the People (1937), a political drama about a young lawyer fighting corporate racketeers.Calleia continued to battle typecasting, turning down well-paying villainous roles to develop more complex characters. His performance as police inspector Slimane in Walter Wanger's Algiers (1938) was recognized by the National Board of Review. Working with director John Farrow at RKO Pictures in 1939, he created a fine character study as the condemned anarchist in Five Came Back, and portrayed a heroic priest in Full Confession. Calleia was announced to star as Father Damien in an RKO picture to be written and directed by Farrow, but the project was not realized.Calleia became a naturalized citizen of the United States in November 1941. During World War II, Calleia led the Malta War Relief organization in the US. The house where he was born was destroyed in 1942; his family took refuge underground, in ancient catacombs, during the near-constant aerial bombing of Malta by the Axis powers that continued for more than two years. Under the auspices of the Motion Picture Division of USO Camp Shows, he made personal appearances at US military facilities in 1943. He also accepted an invitation from the Hollywood Victory Committee to make a tour of military camps in North Africa, particularly because the tentative itinerary included Malta. On the 20,000-mile trip Calleia and his small troupe entertained service personnel in Natal, Dakar, along the coast to Casablanca and across to Tunis before going to Malta, which Calleia had not visited since 1922. They gave two shows a day and visited all of the hospitals at each stop; and they presented six shows in Malta as part of the exchange program between US and British entertainment units.In addition to working steadily in motion pictures for another 20 years, Calleia also starred in the 1948 London stage premiere of Arthur Miller's Tony Award-winning play All My Sons, receiving unanimous critical acclaim. His performance in Touch of Evil (1958)—as Pete Menzies, longtime partner of corrupt police captain Hank Quinlan (Orson Welles)—is regarded as one of the best of his career."It is not rare in Welles's films for one actor to break away from the overall gesture of the film to embody a distilled human truth," wrote Welles biographer Simon Callow. "In Touch of Evil there are two actors who do this—Dietrich and Joseph Calleia, playing Quinlan's deceived colleague, Menzies. Calleia's haunted features figure more and more prominently on screen as the truth about Quinlan increasingly dawns on him, along with the knowledge that he must betray him. ... Calleia's abundant inner life casts a growing spell over the film as it comes to its climax, bringing to vividly personal life Welles's sempiternal subject: betrayal."Calleia retired in 1963 to Sliema, Malta. His wife, Eleanor Vassallo Calleia, whom he had married in 1929, died there in 1967. Calleia died October 31, 1975, aged 78, in St. Julian's. He was interred in the family vault at Santa Maria Addolorata Cemetery in Paola.

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James Stewart: A Wonderful Life (1988)

James Stewart: A Wonderful Life (1988)

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Juan Seguin
The Alamo (1960)

The Alamo (1960)

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Sr. Estrada
Cry Tough (1959)

Cry Tough (1959)

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Chief Cuyloga
The Light in the Forest (1958)

The Light in the Forest (1958)

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Police Sergeant Pete Menzies
Touch of Evil (1958)

Touch of Evil (1958)

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5.24
Alberto
Wild Is the Wind (1957)

Wild Is the Wind (1957)

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Marcatello
Serenade (1956)

Serenade (1956)

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Papa Theodore
Hot Blood (1956)

Hot Blood (1956)

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Padre
The Littlest Outlaw (1955)

The Littlest Outlaw (1955)

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Pablo Morales
The Treasure of Pancho Villa (1955)

The Treasure of Pancho Villa (1955)

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Rico Herrera
Underwater! (1955)

Underwater! (1955)

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Papa Anthony
The Caddy (1953)

The Caddy (1953)

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Juan Moreno
The Iron Mistress (1952)

The Iron Mistress (1952)

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Count Domingo Del Prado
Yankee Buccaneer (1952)

Yankee Buccaneer (1952)

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Aggiunto Bodulli
When in Rome (1952)

When in Rome (1952)

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Lt. Massiro
The Light Touch (1951)

The Light Touch (1951)

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Luigi Verducci
Valentino (1951)

Valentino (1951)

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Mayor Guido Barracini
Vendetta (1950)

Vendetta (1950)

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Rubriz
Branded (1950)

Branded (1950)

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Miguel Gonzales
The Palomino (1950)

The Palomino (1950)

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Dr. Lunati
Captain Carey, U.S.A. (1950)

Captain Carey, U.S.A. (1950)

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Sugiani
Noose (1948)

Noose (1948)

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Monte Marquez
Four Faces West (1948)

Four Faces West (1948)

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Nick Craig
The Noose Hangs High (1948)

The Noose Hangs High (1948)

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Nicholas Moryani
Lured (1947)

Lured (1947)

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Dr. Enrico Fermi
The Beginning or the End (1947)

The Beginning or the End (1947)

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Det. Maurice Obregon
Gilda (1946)

Gilda (1946)

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Val Bartelli
Deadline at Dawn (1946)

Deadline at Dawn (1946)

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Captain Pereira
The Conspirators (1944)

The Conspirators (1944)

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Rodriguez
The Cross of Lorraine (1943)

The Cross of Lorraine (1943)

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El Sordo
For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943)

For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943)

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Nick Varna
The Glass Key (1942)

The Glass Key (1942)

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Buldeo
Jungle Book (1942)

Jungle Book (1942)

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Pallini
Sundown (1941)

Sundown (1941)

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Deacon
The Monster and the Girl (1941)

The Monster and the Girl (1941)

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John Buckley
Wyoming (1940)

Wyoming (1940)

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Jeff Badger
My Little Chickadee (1940)

My Little Chickadee (1940)

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Father Loma
Full Confession (1939)

Full Confession (1939)

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Eddie Fuseli
Golden Boy (1939)

Golden Boy (1939)

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Vasquez
Five Came Back (1939)

Five Came Back (1939)

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Alejandro Uradi
Juarez (1939)

Juarez (1939)

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Stranger
The Gorilla (1939)

The Gorilla (1939)

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Drouet
Marie Antoinette (1938)

Marie Antoinette (1938)

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Slimane
Algiers (1938)

Algiers (1938)

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Ben
The Bad Man of Brimstone (1937)

The Bad Man of Brimstone (1937)

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Jack Moreno
Man Of The People (1937)

Man Of The People (1937)

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'Dancer'
After the Thin Man (1936)

After the Thin Man (1936)

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5.28
Frank Penny
Sinner Take All (1936)

Sinner Take All (1936)

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Joe Emerald
Sworn Enemy (1936)

Sworn Enemy (1936)

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'Fish-Eye'
His Brother's Wife (1936)

His Brother's Wife (1936)

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Writer
Robin Hood of El Dorado (1936)

Robin Hood of El Dorado (1936)

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Joseph 'Joe' Calerno
Tough Guy (1936)

Tough Guy (1936)

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Ace Acello
Exclusive Story (1936)

Exclusive Story (1936)

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Nick Lewis
Riffraff (1936)

Riffraff (1936)

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Sonny Black
Public Hero Number 1 (1935)

Public Hero Number 1 (1935)

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Stephen Arnaud
The Divorce Racket (1933)

The Divorce Racket (1933)

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The Agent
His Woman (1931)

His Woman (1931)

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Juan
My Sin (1931)

My Sin (1931)

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Known for
Acting

Gender
Male

Birthday
1897-08-04

Deathday
1975-10-31 (78 years old)

Place of birth
Mdina, Malta

Citizenships
Malta, United States of America

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Wally Westmore
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3 Movies
William H. Daniels
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3 Movies
Ray Moyer
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3 Movies
Leonard Smith
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Herbert Stothart
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3 Movies
J. Walter Ruben
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Eddie Hart
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Frank Sullivan
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Al Ferguson
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3 Movies
Pedro Regas
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3 Movies
Robert Kern
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3 Movies
James Conaty
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3 Movies
Dick Rush
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Dick Rush worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Warren Low
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Warren Low worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Ben Hall
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Ben Hall worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Henry Blanke
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Henry Blanke worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Victor Young
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Victor Young worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
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Sayre Dearing worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
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Lillian Harmer
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Hunt Stromberg
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Louis Natheaux
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3 Movies
Hank Bell
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3 Movies
Harvey Stephens
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Stuart Heisler
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3 Movies
Edward Pawley
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3 Movies
Jason Robards Sr.
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3 Movies
Al Bridge
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Al Bridge worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Paul Hurst
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Paul Hurst worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Dennis O'Keefe
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Dennis O'Keefe worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Argentina Brunetti
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Argentina Brunetti worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Emory Parnell
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Emory Parnell worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Lane Chandler
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Lane Chandler worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Harry Tyler
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Harry Tyler worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Robert Warwick
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Robert Warwick worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Robert Barrat
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Robert Barrat worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Al Hill
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Al Hill worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
John George
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John George worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Selmer Jackson
Joseph Calleia
Selmer Jackson worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Gilbert Roland
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Gilbert Roland worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Lewis Stone
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Lewis Stone worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Steven Geray
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Steven Geray worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Dick Botiller
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Dick Botiller worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Robert Homans
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Robert Homans worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Claire Du Brey
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Claire Du Brey worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Brian Donlevy
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Brian Donlevy worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Zeffie Tilbury
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Zeffie Tilbury worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Marc Lawrence
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Marc Lawrence worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
George Sanders
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George Sanders worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Donald MacBride
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Donald MacBride worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
W.S. Van Dyke
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3 Movies
Sam Levene
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Sam Levene worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Vladimir Sokoloff
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Vladimir Sokoloff worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Inez Palange
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Inez Palange worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
Cedric Hardwicke
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Cedric Hardwicke worked together with Joseph Calleia in:
3 Movies
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