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Birth date: June 17, 1866
Birth place: Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Height:5' 10" (1.78 m)
Profession:Actor, Director

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Reginald Barlow was born on June 17, 1866 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. He was an actor and director, known for Bride of Frankenstein (1935), Flying Down to Rio (1933) and His Private Secretary (1933). He was married to Carol Brown and Selma Rose. He died on July 6, 1943 in Hollywood, California, USA.

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Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Law of the Northwest1943Jean Darcy
The Mayor of 44th Street1942Watchman (uncredited)
Syncopation1942Hobo Reading Paper (uncredited)
The Mad Monster1942Professor Warwick
Scotland Yard1941Messenger (uncredited)
The Courageous Dr. Christian1940Sam
Tower of London1939Sherriff (uncredited)
Rovin' Tumbleweeds1939Higgins - a Migrant
The Witness Vanishes1939Sir John Digby
Dick Tracy's G-Men1939Dr. Alfred Guttenbach (uncredited)
New Frontier1939Judge Bill Lawson
Wall Street Cowboy1939Bainbridge
Colorado Sunset1939Dairyman Casey (uncredited)
The Man in the Iron Mask1939Jean Paul (as Reginald Barlowe)
Heritage of the Desert1939Judge Stevens
Daredevils of the Red Circle1939Doctor in Hospital [Ch. 1] (uncredited)
Mysterious Mr. Moto1938Policeman (uncredited)
The Adventures of Marco Polo1938Giuseppi - Venetian Business Man (uncredited)
Thoroughbreds Don't Cry1937Man Seated Behind Mr. Sloan (uncredited)
Saturday's Heroes1937History Professor (uncredited)
The Toast of New York1937Mr. Taylor - Hotel Proprietor (uncredited)
The Road Back1937Manager (uncredited)
It Happened Out West1937Middleton
Silent Barriers1937James Hill - Member of C.P.R. Board
Lloyd's of London1936Second Captain
The Last of the Mohicans1936Duke of Newcastle
The Girl from Mandalay1936Dr. Collins
O'Malley of the Mounted1936Commissioner
Little Lord Fauntleroy1936Newick
White Lies1935Judge (uncredited)
Captain Blood1935Dixon (uncredited)
The Last Days of Pompeii1935The Janitor of the Slave Market (uncredited)
Hooray for Love1935Doug's Lawyer (uncredited)
Werewolf of London1935Timothy, Falden Caretaker (uncredited)
Strangers All1935Judge
Bride of Frankenstein1935Hans
The Red Blood of Courage1935Mark Henry / Pete Drago
Cardinal Richelieu1935Agitator
Les Misérables1935Henri (uncredited)
A Dog of Flanders1935Official with Court Order (uncredited)
Mutiny Ahead1935Captain Martin
The Gilded Lily1935Managing Editor (uncredited)
Romance in Manhattan1935Customs Inspector
Cheating Cheaters1934Police Captain (uncredited)
Great Expectations1934Judge (uncredited)
One Night of Love1934Stage Manager (uncredited)
Beyond the Law1934Judge
Stamboul Quest1934German Officer (uncredited)
Operator 131934Colonel Storm (uncredited)
Half a Sinner1934Sheriff John King
The Cat and the Fiddle1934King's Aide in Show (uncredited)
You Can't Buy Everything1934Mr. Tom Sparks
Flying Down to Rio1933The Banker
Day of Reckoning1933Judge (uncredited)
Ann Vickers1933Chaplain
Doctor Bull1933Supporter #1 for Dr. Bull (uncredited)
Midnight Mary1933Judge (uncredited)
His Private Secretary1933Mr. Wallace
The Moonshiner's Daughter1933ShortEd Blodgett
The Big Cage1933John Whipple
Fast Workers1933Judge (uncredited)
King Kong1933Ship's Engineer (uncredited)
Grand Slam1933Theodore (uncredited)
Goldie Gets Along1933Uncle Saunders (uncredited)
Parachute Jumper1933The Colonel (uncredited)
Rasputin and the Empress1932General Who Underestimated the Japanese (uncredited)
Merry-Go-Round1932Judge MacMurray
If I Had a Million1932Otto K. Bullwinkle (uncredited)
Evenings for Sale1932Mr. Meyer (uncredited)
I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang1932Parker (uncredited)
The All-American1932Bank President
The Age of Consent1932Mr. Swale (Dora's father)
Speak Easily1932Billington (uncredited)
Horse Feathers1932Retiring Collage President (uncredited)
Skyscraper Souls1932Brewster's Associate (uncredited)
The Washington Masquerade1932Senator Withers
As You Desire Me1932Dr. Reinhardt (uncredited)
Sinners in the Sun1932Mr. Blake
State's Attorney1932Judge (uncredited)
Night Court1932Dist. Atty. Grant (uncredited)
World and the Flesh1932Markov
The Wet Parade1932Judge Brandon
Alias the Doctor1932The Professor (uncredited)
The Woman from Monte Carlo1932Defense Attorney
This Reckless Age1932Lester Bell
Mata Hari1931Prosecutor (uncredited)
The Sin of Madelon Claudet1931Public Assistance Official (uncredited)
Clothes Make the Pirate1925Captain Montague
Love's Flame1920Monsieur De Rosard (as Major Reginald Barlow)
The Cinema Murder1919Power's 'Man Friday'
Monsieur Lecoq1915Otto, the Duke's Valet

Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Toy-Maker of Leyden1915Short

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#Fact
1Was a veteran of the Spanish American War, the Boer War and World War One. While serving with the Royal Canadian Regiment during the Boer War he was awarded the medal of Valor for bravery under fire for rescuing his wounded captain. Serving in the US Army during the First World War he rose to the rank of colonel in command of the 304th infantry.
2During the Actors Equity strike of 1919 he led a parade down Broadway atop a spirited white stallion.
3On the night of 10 March, 1933 Barlow was chairing a meeting of film actors concerned over a proposed pay cut when an earthquake struck Southern California. He was able to avert panic by saying in a loud authoritarian voice "If this is an earthquake I need not remind you that the safest place to be is where you are at.".
4Son of Milt G. Barlow, a once famous 19th century minstrel.
5Uncle of actress Violet Barlowe.
6Performed on Broadway from 1904-1931 (see "Other Works").
7Entered films temporarily in 1916, and permanantly in 1931.
8Screen, stage, and minstrel actor.


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