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  • BIRTH 05/03/1882
  • DEATH 24/05/1956
  • Country United States
  • MOVIES 23

Guy Kibbee

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Guy Bridges Kibbee (March 6, 1882 – May 24, 1956) was an American stage and film actor.

Born in El Paso, Texas, Kibbee began his entertainment career on Mississippi riverboats and eventually became a successful Broadway actor. In the 1930s, Kibbee moved to California and became part of what became known as "Warner Bros.' stock company", contracted actors who cycled through different productions in supporting roles. Kibbee's specialty was daft and jovial characters and he is best remembered for the films 42nd Street (1933), The Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933), Captain Blood (1935), and Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939), though he gives a deftly subtle performance as the expat inn owner in Joan Crawford's Rain (1932).

Kibbee died from complications arising from Parkinson's disease in Long Island, New York in 1956.

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Guy Kibbee

Movies (23)

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Governor Hopper
3 Godfathers
3 Godfathers
Judge
42nd Street
42nd Street
Abner Dillon
Captain Blood
Captain Blood
Hagthorpe
Fort Apache
Fort Apache
Capt. Dr. Wilkens
Little Lord Fauntleroy
Little Lord Fauntleroy
Silas Hobbs
Joy of Living
Joy of Living
Dennis
Power of the Press
Power of the Press
Ulysses Bradford
Lady for a Day
Lady for a Day
Judge Henry G. Blake
Our Town
Our Town
Mr. Webb
It's a Wonderful World
It's a Wonderful World
Fred 'Cap' Streeter
Three Loves Has Nancy
Three Loves Has Nancy
Pa Briggs
Gold Diggers of 1933
Gold Diggers of 1933
Faneuil H. Peabody
Three Comrades
Three Comrades
Alfons
Babes in Arms
Babes in Arms
Judge Black
Convention City
Convention City
George Ellerbe
M'Liss
M'Liss
Washoe Smith
Rain
Rain
Joe Horn
Harold Teen
Harold Teen
Joe 'Pa' Lovewell
Taxi!
Taxi!
Mack 'Pop' Riley
City Streets
City Streets
Pop Cooley
The Big Shot
The Big Shot
Dr. Bertram Simms
Blonde Crazy
Blonde Crazy
A. Rupert Johnson Jr.