Earle Foxe - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Earle Foxe’s height is 6ft 2in (1.88 m)

Earle Foxe was an American actor.

Best Known For Movie: Upstream
Height: 6ft 2in (1.88 m)
Born: Earl A. Fox , December 25, 1887, Oxford, Ohio, USA
Filmography: My Darling Clementine (1946), Military Academy (1940), Lady Behave! (1937), Dangerously Yours (1937), Murder Goes to College (1937), We’re on the Jury (1937), The Mighty Treve (1937), Crack-Up (1936), Fifteen Maiden Lane (1936), Mary of Scotland (1936), The Golden Arrow (1936), The Informer (1935), Bright Eyes (1934), Love Time (1934), Counsel on De Fence (1934), Little Man, What Now? (1934), St. Louis Woman (1934), Bedside (1934), The Big Shakedown (1934), Arizona to Broadway (1933), A Bedtime Story (1933), The Mind Reader (1933), Blondie Johnson (1933), Men Are Such Fools (1932), Scarlet Dawn (1932), The All-American (1932), Those We Love (1932), Two Lips and Juleps; or, Southern Love and Northern Exposure (1932), A Passport to Hell (1932), The Engineer’s Daughter; or, Iron Minnie’s Revenge (1932), They Never Come Back (1932), So Big! (1932), Destry Rides Again (1932), The Midnight Patrol (1932), Strangers in Love (1932), The Expert (1932), Union Depot (1932), The Wide Open Spaces (1931), Ladies of the Big House (1931), The Spider (1931), Transatlantic (1931), Dance, Fools, Dance (1931), Good Intentions (1930), Black Magic (1929), Thru Different Eyes (1929), New Year’s Eve (1929), The Ghost Talks (1929), Fugitives (1929), Blindfold (1928), The River Pirate (1928), None But the Brave (1928), News Parade (1928), Hangman’s House (1928), Four Sons (1928), Sailors’ Wives (1928), Ladies Must Dress (1927), A Hot Potato (1927), Slaves of Beauty (1927), Not the Type (1927), Car Shy (1927), Society Architect (1927), Upstream (1927), The Motor Boat Demon (1927), The Tennis Wizard (1926), King Bozo (1926), The Swimming Instructor (1926), A Trip to Chinatown (1926), Rah! Rah! Heidelberg! (1926), The Mad Racer (1926), The Reporter (1926), The Feud (1926), A Parisian Knight (1925), Wages for Wives (1925), The Wrestler (1925), The Sky Jumper (1925), The Big Game Hunter (1925), The Amateur Detective (1925), A Spanish Romeo (1925), The Guest of Honor (1925), The Burglar (1924), Paul Jones, Jr. (1924), The Last Man on Earth (1924), The Race (1924), Oh, You Tony! (1924), The Hunt (1924), The Fight (1924), A Lady of Quality (1924), Fashion Row (1923), Innocence (1923), The French Doll (1923), Vanity Fair (1923), The Man She Brought Back (1922), The Prodigal Judge (1922), The Black Panther’s Cub (1921), Peck’s Bad Girl (1918), From Two to Six (1918), The Studio Girl (1918), The Honeymoon (1917), Outwitted (1917/II), The Fatal Ring (1917), Blind Man’s Luck (1917), Panthea (1917), Ashes of Embers (1916), Public Opinion (1916), The Dream Girl (1916), Alien Souls (1916), The Love Mask (1916), Unto Those Who Sin (1916), The Black Orchid (1916), The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (1916), Diamonds Are Trumps (1916), Jungle Justice (1915), Locked In (1915), The Print of the Nails (1915), The Lost Messenger (1915), The Tiger Slayer (1915), The Eternal Feminine (1915), The Clause in the Constitution (1915), His Father’s Rifle (1915), Celeste (1915), Out of Petticoat Lane (1914), Rosemary, That’s for Remembrance (1914), Garrison’s Finish (1914), The Livid Flame (1914), Jim (1914/I), To Be Called For (1914), The Harbor of Love (1914), Carmelita’s Revenge (1914), The Rose Bush of Memories (1914), The Escape (1914), The Swindlers (1914), The Lover’s Gift (1914), The Girl in the Shack (1914), Home, Sweet Home (1914), The Old Man (1914), The Floor Above (1914), The Green-Eyed Devil (1914), A Girl and Her Money (1913), The Influence of Sympathy (1913), Unto the Third Generation (1913), His Wife’s Child (1913), The Spender (1913), The Girl o’the Woods (1913), The Scimitar of the Prophet (1913), The Pursuit of the Smugglers (1913), The Face at the Window (1913), The Sergeant’s Daughter (1913), A Lucky Chance (1913), The Fire Coward (1913), The Game Warden (1913), The Cub Reporter’s Temptation (1913), A Desperate Chance (1913), A Sawmill Hazard (1913), A Business Buccaneer (1912), All for a Girl (1912), A Battle of Wits (1912), The Tell-Tale Message (1912), The Young Millionaire (1912), The County Fair (1912), The Combination of the Safe (1912), The Street Singer (1912), Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History – The 1930s: Dancing Away the Great Depression (2009), Dream House (1932).
Other Names: Earle Fox, Earl Fox, Mr. Fox, Earle A. Foxe, Earl Foxe
Astrological Sign: Capricorn
Occupation: Actor

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