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  1. www.rottentomatoes.com › celebrity › guy_kibbeeGuy Kibbee | Rotten Tomatoes

    Birthday: Mar 6, 1882. Birthplace: El Paso, Texas, USA. Character actor Guy Kibbee got his start entertaining passengers on Mississippi riverboats when in his teens. He then moved on to the stage ...

  2. Guy Kibbee est un acteur américain né le 6 mars 1882 à El Paso (Texas, États-Unis) et mort le 24 mai 1956 à East Islip (Long Island). Biographie [ modifier | modifier le code ] Cette section est vide, insuffisamment détaillée ou incomplète.

  3. Guy Kibbee spielte auch einige Hauptrollen, so 1934 in der Titelrolle des Babbitt in der Verfilmung des gleichnamigen Romans des Literaturnobelpreisträgers Sinclair Lewis. Auch in weiteren, zumeist kleineren Komödien konnte Kibbee als Hauptdarsteller auftreten. 1935 spielte er eine größere Nebenrolle im Piratenfilm Unter Piratenflagge , dem Durchbruch von Errol Flynn .

  4. 11 de ene. de 2016 · Guy Kibbee married twice, but again, a lot of the specifics about his family just don't seem to exist (especially marriage records). His Wikipedia page claims, though doesn’t verify, that he was married to first wife Helen Shay from 1918-23, and second wife Barbara “Brownie” Read from 1925-56, but I don’t know where they came up with these dates.

  5. Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936) -- (Movie Clip) When This You See Ceddie (Freddie Bartholomew, title character), in his last goodbye in Brooklyn, visits his grocer friend Hobbs (Guy Kibbee), bearing gifts he’s bought with money sent by his British nobleman grandfather, who’s moving him to England, in David O. Selznick’s Little Lord Fauntleroy, 1936.

  6. Scattergood Baines: Directed by Christy Cabanne. With Guy Kibbee, Carol Hughes, John Archer, Dink Trout. Young Scattergood Baines arrives in the small New England town of Coldriver.

  7. 5 de mar. de 2021 · Here are 10 things you should know about Guy Kibbee, born on March 6, 1886. Kibbee was one of Hollywood’s busiest character actors in the 1930s and '40s.

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