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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Harry Semels (November 20, 1887 – March 2, 1946) was an American film actor. He appeared in over 315 film between 1917 and 1946. Semels appeared in his first film in 1917. He began to achieve fame after arriving at Columbia Pictures, appearing in several Three Stooges shorts including Disorder in the Court, Wee Wee Monsieur and Three Little Sew and Sews. He also appeared in feature films like Road to Morocco, The Princess and the Pirate and The Kid from Brooklyn. A versatile character actor, Semels often appeared as villains, waiters, soldiers, lawyers, et al.
November 20, 1887, New York City, New York, USA
March 2, 1946
1927 Sunrise: A Song of Two HumansCarnival Gallery Man with Pig (uncredited) 1928 The Last CommandA Soldier (uncredited) 1931 Safe in HellJury Member 1933 Baby Face 1938 You Can't Take It With YouMan (uncredited) 1939 NinotchkaGurganov - Neighbor Spy 1939 Thunder AfloatCook on Tugboat 1940 The Great DictatorJewish Fruit Stand Proprietor (uncredited) 1940 Foreign CorrespondentSidewalk Crowd Extra (uncredited) 1940 Strange CargoConvict (uncredited) 1940 They Drive by NightLeo - Cashier (uncredited) 1942 Woman of the YearMug 1942 Road to MoroccoJolla's Warrior (uncredited) 1943 A Lady Takes a ChanceGreek 1945 A Thousand and One NightsLeader of CaravanLimited to the 15 most popular items