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Stuart Holmes, delivered Joseph Liebchen, was a silent display main character (from 1909) who starred in Fox’s first feature film, Life’s Store Windows (1914), filmed on Staten Isle for $4,500. Becoming of relatively menacing demeanour, the cold-eyed, moustachioed Holmes quickly found out his penchant for playing dastardly villains of French, Italian or Russian removal. He was highly regarded by critics for his Grand Duke Michael in The Prisoner of Zenda (1922) as well as for Alexander, nemesis of Tess from the D’Urbervilles (1924). His heroes hardly ever ever survived the ultimate reel. After departing Fox, Holmes became a member of Metro for related work and segued into personality parts following the arriving of audio. He was authorized like a Warner Brothers extra in the middle-30’s and continuing to amass uncredited or cameo pieces until his pension in 1964, where time he previously appeared in a few 530 movies. His wife, Blanche Maynard, was a well-known Hollywood astrologer and Holmes himself (you should definitely busy on display) spent his leisure time wood-carving. He was reputedly rather proficient at it.
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