~George Arliss~

Born: April 10, 1868 in London, England, UK
Died: February 5, 1946 in London, England, UK
~Elmer Fryer portraits
of George Arliss~
~Silent Filmography~
Portrait of George

This autographed photo of
George was given to actress
Violet Heming. They both
starred in the Broadway play
"Disraeli" in 1917. They were
reunited during the filming of
The Man Who Played
in 1932.
~Los Angeles Times, 1946~
George Arliss was a star of the British and American stage and screen for nearly 60 years who was
trademarked by his monocle, a sartorial affectation, since his youth.

Arliss was best known for his portrayal of great figures of history and became the first British actor
to win an Oscar, for his role in 1929's "Disraeli."

Among his most successful films were "Alexander Hamilton," "Rothschild," "Voltaire," "The Iron
Duke," "Old English," "The Man Who Played God," and "The Millionaire."

— United Press in the Los Angeles Times Feb. 6, 1946
Twenty Dollars a Week (1924) .... John Reeves
... aka $20 a Week
... aka 20 Dollars a Week
The Green Goddess (1923) .... Rajah of Rukh
The Man Who Played God (1922) .... Montgomery Royle
The Ruling Passion (1922) .... James Alden
Disraeli (1921) .... Benjamin Disraeli
The Devil (1921) .... Dr. Muller