1952 – Walter Huntley Long


Walter Huntley was born 04 Mar 1879, in Milford, New Hampshire. Walter Long’s experience on the theater stage helped him transition to the motion picture field, where he was type-casted as a character actor. Walter’s talent was for “hard-guy” movie parts in over 200 movies and television to his credit. Walter Long was 5’11 inches tall, 175 lbs, brown hair, with gray eyes. Despite his mean looking persona, he was considered a very nice guy. He married to Luray Huntley, actress worked for D.W. Griffith until her death in 1918 from influenza. Walter served state-side during World War I and II and was honorably discharged. He worked in 4 films with Rudolph Valentino “The Sheik” “Son of the Sheik” ”Blood and Sand” and “Moran of the Lady Letty”. Walter died on 4 Jul 1952, at the LA Coliseum. He is buried at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Garden of Memory, Lot 527.


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