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Horace Hodges
Born19 December 1863
Died6 July 1951 (1951-07-07) (aged 87)
Sussex, England
OccupationActor & writer

Horace Hodges (19 December 1863 – 6 July 1951) was a British stage and film actor and writer.[1][2][3][4]

Hodges was the author (with Thomas Wigney Percyval) of the play Grumpy which saw a Broadway production in 1913, a silent film version in 1923, and a sound version in 1930, with a Spanish film version Cascarrabias in the same year.[5][6][7][8]

Selected filmography


  1. ^ "Hodges, Horace" Archived 2012-10-22 at the Wayback Machine, the BFI website
  2. ^ "Lots of Suspense in Maude's New Play", The New York Times, 1913-11-25
  3. ^ "Horace Hodges - Theatricalia".
  4. ^ League, The Broadway. "Horace Hodges – Broadway Cast & Staff - IBDB".
  5. ^ League, The Broadway. "Grumpy – Broadway Play – Original - IBDB".
  6. ^ "Grumpy (1923) - William C. DeMille - Synopsis, Characteristics, Moods, Themes and Related - AllMovie".
  7. ^ "Grumpy (1930)".
  8. ^ "Cascarrabias (1930)".

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