~Hallam Cooley~

Born: Febraury 8, 1895 in Brooklyn, NY, USA
Died: March 20, 1971 in Tiburon, CA, USA
~Freiluch portrait of Hallam Cooley~
~Silent Filmography~
In the Headlines (1929) .... Fancy Somerset
Paris Bound (1929) .... Peter
Black Waters (1929) .... Elmer
Stolen Kisses (1929) .... Hal Lambert
Fancy Baggage (1929) .... Diuckey
The Little Wildcat (1928) .... Victor Sargeant
Old Wives Who Knew (1928)
Her Wild Oat (1927) .... Tommy Warren
Ladies Must Dress (1927) .... Art
No Place to Go (1927) .... Ambrose Munn
Naughty But Nice (1927) .... Ralph Ames
Wedding Bill$ (1927) .... Tom Milbank
Babes in the Jungle (1926)
Ladies at Play (1926) .... Terry
... aka Loose Ankles
Not to Be Trusted (1926)
Forever After (1926) .... Jack Randall
Easy Payments (1926)
A Lickpenny Lover (1926)
The Family Picnic (1926)
A Social Triangle (1926)
Too Many Relations (1926)
Moving Day (1926)
Elsie in New York (1926)
A Woman of Letters (1926)
His Own Lawyer (1926)
The Peacemakers (1925)
Free to Love (1925) .... Jack Garner
All Abroad (1925) .... Warren
Some Pun'kins (1925) .... Tom Perkins
Seven Days (1925) (as Hal Cooley) .... Tom Harbison
A Business Engagement (1925) .... Warren
The Thoroughbred (1925) .... Dan Drummond
Stop Flirting (1925) .... Geoffrey Dangerfield
The Monster (1925) .... Amos Rugg, Watson's head clerk
The Painted Flapper (1924) (as Hal Cooley) .... Danny Lawrence
Never Say Die (1924) .... Hector Walters
The Fight (1924)
The White Sin (1924) (as Hal Cooley) .... Spencer Van Gore
Sporting Youth (1924) .... Walter Berg
Going Up (1923) .... Hopkinson Brown
Are You a Failure? (1923) .... Emmett Graves
Dollar Devils (1923) .... Bruce Merlin
The Kingdom Within (1922) .... Will Preston
One Week of Love (1922) .... Francis Fraser
Confidence (1922) .... Elmer Tuttle
Up and at 'Em (1922) .... Bob Everett
Rose o' the Sea (1922) .... Roger Walton
Her Night of Nights (1922) (as Hal Cooley) .... Ted Bradley
Money to Burn (1922) .... Undetermined Role
The Wise Kid (1922) .... Harry
Beauty's Worth (1922) .... Henry Garrison
Man with Two Mothers (1922) .... Richey
Playing with Fire (1921/I) .... Kent Lloyd
What Do Men Want? (1921) .... Yost
The Foolish Age (1921) .... Homer Dean Chadwick
The Devilish Romeo (1921)
The Ten Dollar Raise (1921) (as Hal Cooley) .... Don
The Tomboy (1921) (as Hal Cooley) .... The Stranger
An Old Fashioned Boy (1920) (as Hal Cooley) .... Fredie
Beware of the Bride (1920) .... Tom Henning
A Light Woman (1920) .... Paul Evans
Trumpet Island (1920) .... Allen Marsh
Leave It to Me (1920) (as Hal Cooley) .... Tom Burroughs
Pinto (1920) .... Armand Cassel

More Deadly Than the Male (1919) .... Jimmy Keen
The Long Arm of Mannister (1919) .... Gaston Sinclair
The Girl from Outside (1919) .... Harry Hope
Upstairs (1919) .... Harrison Perry
One of the Finest (1919) .... Teddy
Happy Though Married (1919) (as Hal Cooley) .... Jim Montjoy
The Girl Dodger (1919) (as Hal Cooley) .... Harry Travistock
The Brass Bullet (1918) .... The Mystery Man
The Deciding Kiss (1918) (as Hal Cooley) .... Jimmy Sears
The Guilty Man (1918) (as Hal Cooley) .... Gaston Marceau
Bull's Eye (1917) .... Lee McGuire
The Cricket (1917) (as Hal Cooley) .... Pascal as an adult
A Dog Catcher's Love (1917)
A Royal Rogue (1917) (as Hal Cooley) .... Boyfriend
When Hearts Collide (1917) (as Hal Cooley)
The Gold Band (1916)
The Small Magnetic Hand (1916)
Love's Boomerang (1916)
The Daughter of the Don (1916) (as Hal Cooley) .... Lieutenant Merritt
The Courtesan (1916) (as Hal Cooley) .... Glenn Manley
The Marriage of Arthur (1916)
Arthur's Last Fling (1916)
The Red Lie (1916)
The Underworld (1916)
The Evil of Suspicion (1915)
The Water Clue (1915) .... The Friend
Gilded Youth (1915)
A White Feather Volunteer (1915)
Just Show People (1913)
Popular mustachioed silent screen leading man Hallam Cooley excelled in playing that Hollywood
cliché "the other man," in what we today would call polite situation comedy. Onscreen from the
early 1910s, after years of touring with various stock companies, Cooley came into his own in the
mid-'20s, notably in lightweight fare opposite the likes of Laura La Plante, Pauline Garon, and
Colleen Moore. Less visible after the advent of sound, he left acting to head a very successful
Hollywood talent agency.

Biography by Hans J. Wollstein, AllMovie.com
~Biography~
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