Hartley Power

Hartley Power
Born 14 March 1894
New York City, New York
 United States
Died January 29, 1966(1966-01-29) (aged 71)
 United Kingdom
Years active 1931-57

Hartley Power (March 14, 1894 – January 29, 1966) was an American-born British film and television actor.[1] He is best remembered for two roles: "Sylvester Kee" the ventriloquist who is shot and almost killed by "Maxwell Frere" (Michael Redgrave) as a rival for his "dummy"'s affections in Dead of Night and Mr. Hennessy, the chief of the news agency that Gregory Peck worked for in Roman Holiday.



Year Title Role Notes
1931 Down River Lingard
1933 Leave It to Smith John Mortimer
Yes, Mr Brown Mr Brown
Friday the Thirteenth An American Tourist
Aunt Sally 'Gloves' Clark Released as Along Came Sally in USA
1934 Road House Dick D'Arcy
Evergreen Treadwell
The Camels are Coming Nicholas
1936 Jury's Evidence Edgar Trent
Living Dangerously District Attorney
Where There's a Will Duke Wilson
1938 Broadway TV movie
The Return of the Frog 'Chicago Dale' Sandford
1939 Just like a Woman Al
Murder Will Out Campbell
1940 A Window in London Max Preston Released as Lady in Distress in USA
Return to Yesterday Regan
1941 Atlantic Ferry Samuel 'Sam' Cunard
1942 Alibi Gordon
1945 The Man from Morocco Colonel Bagley
The Way to the Stars Col. Page Released as Johnny in the Clouds in USA
Dead of Night Sylvester Kee
1946 A Girl in a Million Colonel Sultzman
1950 Carissima Joe Erdman TV movie
1952 The Man with the Gun George Moffat TV movie
The Armchair Detective Nicco
1953 The Net General Adams Uncredited, released as Project M7 in USA
Roman Holiday Mr Hennessy
1954 The Million Pound Note Lloyd Hastings Released as Man with a Million in USA
To Dorothy a Son Cy Daniel Released as Cash on Delivery in USA
1957 Island in the Sun Bradshaw


  1. http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/individual/16448

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