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Warner Leroy Baxter (March 29, 1889 – May 7, 1951) was an American actor, known for his role as The Cisco Kid in In Old Arizona (1929), for which he won the second Academy Award for Best Actor in the 1928–1929 Academy Awards. He frequently played womanizing, charismatic Latin bandit types in westerns, and played The Cisco Kid or a similar character throughout the 1930s, but had a range of other roles throughout his career. Warner Baxter started his movie career in silent film. Baxter's most notable silent films are The Great Gatsby (1926) and The Awful Truth (1925). When talkies came out, Baxter became even more famous. Baxter's most notable talkies are In Old Arizona (1929) 42nd Street (1932), Slave Ship (1937), Kidnapped (1938), and the 1931 20 minute all-star ensemble short film, The Stolen Jools. In the 1940s he was well known for his recurring role as Dr. Robert Ordway in the Crime Doctor series of 10 films. Wikipedia

Warner Baxter information

Warner Baxter information

Birth date: March 29, 1889, Columbus, Ohio, United States
Death date: May 7, 1951, Beverly Hills, California, United States
Birth place: Columbus, Ohio, USA
Height:5' 11" (1.8 m)
Profession:Actor, Soundtrack
Spouse:Winifred Bryson (m. 1918–1951), Viola Caldwell (m. 1911–1913)
Parents:Edwin F. Baxter, Jane Baxter
Awards:Academy Award for Best Actor

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#Fact
1His mother Jane Barrett Baxter died on March 29, 1962 at the age of 92, having outlived him by almost eleven years.
2Baxter became a member of The Lambs, a professional theatrical club in NYC, in 1918.
3He was the first American to win the Academy Award for Best Actor.
4Was said to have had a fear of horses.
5Got the part of the Cisco Kid in the movie In Old Arizona (1928) due in part to veteran director Raoul Walsh's automobile accident in which he lost an eye. Walsh was set to play the Kid.
6Interred at Forest Lawn (Glendale), Glendale, California, USA.


Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
State Penitentiary1950Rodger Manners
Prison Warden1949Warden Victor Burnell
The Devil's Henchman1949Jess Arno
The Crime Doctor's Diary1949Dr. Robert Ordway
The Gentleman from Nowhere1948Earl Donovan / Robert Ashton
The Crime Doctor's Gamble1947Dr. Robert Ordway
The Millerson Case1947Dr. Robert Ordway
Crime Doctor's Man Hunt1946Dr. Robert Ordway
Just Before Dawn1946Dr. Robert Ordway
The Crime Doctor's Warning1945Dr. Robert Ordway
The Crime Doctor's Courage1945Dr. Robert Ordway
Shadows in the Night1944Dr. Robert Ordway
Lady in the Dark1944Kendall Nesbitt
The Crime Doctor's Strangest Case1943Dr. Robert Ordway
Crime Doctor1943Dr. Robert Ordway / Phillip Morgan
Adam Had Four Sons1941Adam Stoddard
Earthbound1940Nick Desborough
Barricade1939Hank Topping
Return of the Cisco Kid1939The Cisco Kid
Wife, Husband and Friend1939Leonard Borland aka Logan Bennett
I'll Give a Million1938Tony Newlander
Hollywood Handicap1938ShortWarner Baxter
Kidnapped1938Alan Breck
Wife, Doctor and Nurse1937Dr. Judd Lewis
Vogues of 19381937George Curson
Slave Ship1937Jim Lovett
White Hunter1936Capt. Clark Rutledge
To Mary - with Love1936Jack Wallace
The Road to Glory1936Captain Paul La Roche
The Robin Hood of El Dorado1936Joaquin Murrieta
The Prisoner of Shark Island1936Dr. Samuel Alexander Mudd
King of Burlesque1936Kerry Bolton
Under the Pampas Moon1935Cesar Campo
One More Spring1935Jaret Otkar
Hell in the Heavens1934Lt. Steve Warner
Broadway Bill1934Dan Brooks
Grand Canary1934Dr. Harvey Leith
Such Women Are Dangerous1934Michael Shawn
Stand Up and Cheer!1934Lawrence Cromwell
As Husbands Go1934Charles Lingard
Penthouse1933Jackson Durant
Paddy the Next Best Thing1933Lawrence Blake
I Loved You Wednesday1933Philip Fletcher
42nd Street1933Julian Marsh
Dangerously Yours1933Andrew Burke
6 Hours to Live1932Capt. Paul Onslow
Man About Town1932Stephen Morrow
Amateur Daddy1932Jim Gladden
Surrender1931Sergeant Dumaine
The Cisco Kid1931The Cisco Kid
The Squaw Man1931Jim Wingate - aka Jim Carston
Their Mad Moment1931Esteban Cristera
Daddy Long Legs1931Jervis Pendleton
The Stolen Jools1931ShortCisco Kid Character
Doctors' Wives1931Dr. Judson Penning
Renegades1930Jean Deucalion
The Arizona Kid1930The Arizona Kid
Such Men Are Dangerous1930Ludwig Kranz / Pierre Villard
En kärleksnatt vid Rio Grande1929Pablo Wharton Cameron
Happy Days1929Minstrel Show Performer
Behind That Curtain1929Col. John Beetham
The Far Call1929
Thru Different Eyes1929Jack Winfield
Linda1929Dr. Paul Randall
In Old Arizona1928The Cisco Kid
West of Zanzibar1928Doc
Danger Street1928Rolly Sigsby
Craig's Wife1928Walter Craig
Three Sinners1928James Harris
Ramona1928Alessandro
The Tragedy of Youth1928Frank Gordon
A Woman's Way1928Tony
The Coward1927Clinton Philbrook
Singed1927Royce Wingate
Drums of the Desert1927John Curry
The Telephone Girl1927Matthew Standish
The Great Gatsby1926Jay Gatsby
Mismates1926Ted Carroll
Aloma of the South Seas1926Nuitane
The Runaway1926Wade Murrell
Miss Brewster's Millions1926Thomas B. Hancock Jr
Mannequin1926John Herrick
The Best People1925Henry Morgan
A Son of His Father1925Big Boy Morgan
Rugged Water1925Calvin Horner
Welcome Home1925Fred Prouty
The Awful Truth1925Norman Satterlee
The Air Mail1925Russ Kane
The Golden Bed1925Bunny O'Neill
The Garden of Weeds1924Douglas Crawford
Christine of the Hungry Heart1924Stuart Knight
The Female1924Col. Valentia
Those Who Dance1924Bob Kane
His Forgotten Wife1924Donald Allen / John Rolfe
Alimony1924Jimmy Mason
In Search of a Thrill1923Adrian Torrens
Blow Your Own Horn1923Jack Dunbar
St. Elmo1923/IMurray Hammond
The Ninety and Nine1922Tom Silverton / Phil Bradbury
If I Were Queen1922Vladimir
A Girl's Desire1922Jones / Lord Dysart
The Girl in His Room1922Kirk Waring
Her Own Money1922Lew Alden
Cheated Hearts1921Tom Gordon
First Love1921Donald Halliday
The Love Charm1921Thomas Morgan
Sheltered Daughters1921Pep Mullins
Lombardi, Ltd.1919Bit Part (uncredited)
All Woman1918Bit Part (uncredited)
Her Own Money1914Bit Part (uncredited)

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Kidnapped1938performer: "The Bonnie Banks O' Loch Lomond" ca 1745 - uncredited
King of Burlesque1936"Whose Big Baby Are You?" 1935 / performer: "Shooting High" 1935
Broadway Bill1934performer: "The Last Round-Up Git Along, Little Dogie, Git Along" 1933, "Split-Pea Soup and Succotash" - uncredited
The Cisco Kid1931writer: "Song of the Cisco Kid" - uncredited
In Old Arizona1928performer: "My Tonia"

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hedda Hopper's Hollywood No. 11941Documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
20th Century Fox Promotional Film1936Documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
La Fiesta de Santa Barbara1935ShortHimself
Hollywood on Parade No. A-131933ShortHimself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
American Masters2008TV Series documentaryJulian Marsh
Broadway: The American Musical2004TV Mini-Series documentaryJulian Marsh
John Ford1993TV Movie documentaryDr. Samuel Mudd [in "The Prisoner of Shark Island"] (uncredited)
Brother Can You Spare a Dime1975Documentary
Hollywood and the Stars1963TV SeriesHimself
O. Henry's Full House1952Cisco Kid (clip from 'The Cisco Kid' (Opening Prologue) (uncredited)
The Soundman1950Documentary shortThe Cisco Kid (uncredited)
The Cavalcade of Academy Awards from 1928-19391940Documentary short
Land of Liberty1939
Studio Highlights1934ShortHimself

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 8 February 1960. At 6284 Hollywood Blvd.
1930OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actor in a Leading RoleIn Old Arizona (1928)


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#Quote
1[on his beginning in show business] I discovered a boy a block away who would eat worms and swallow flies for a penny. Fo one-third of the profits, I exhibited him in a tent.
2I was a failure and a success three times in Hollywood, I have even had troubles paying my rent. Three depressions were suddenly ended by three pictures, each of which boosted me higher than I had ever been. 'In Old Arizona' ended a two-year slump. 'The Cisco Kid' brought me back into public favor after a series of bad stories. And '42nd Street' revived me after 'The Cisco Kid' had worn off. Like most actors, I wanted to cling to juvenility to the bitter end. But after I had repeated '42nd Steet' several times, it occurred to me that actors, drugged by pride, can make first-class asses of themselves.
3Most actors object to typing. I don't. In the first place, it is the public who types an actor, not the studio. If an actor is so good in a certain character, he can afford to submerge his urge to portray many parts in favor of a neat financial return. Yes sir, give me a character that American actors want to see me in and typing won't worry me.


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