William "Wee Willie" Davis (1906–1981) was an American film actor. He had previously been a wrestler. He worked in the Jefferson County Jail in Louisville in 1972-75 as the gym guard. He was also an engineer and contributed to the invention of the Glowmeter, an early Heads up display that projected a cars speed onto the windshield. A fellow wrestler, Prince Ilaki Ibn Ali Hassan (whose real name was Agisilaki Mihalakis) who also fought as the Mad Greek was the primary inventor.
|Movie||To Catch a Thief||Big Man in Kitchen (uncredited)||1955-08-03|
|Movie||The Asphalt Jungle||Timmons||1950-06-01|
|Movie||Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion||Abdullah||1950-08-05|
|Movie||Samson and Delilah||Garmiskar||1949-12-21|
|Movie||Having Wonderful Crime||Zacharias, the Porter||1945-04-12|
|Movie||Wildfire||Henchman Moose Harris (as 'Wee Willie' Davis)||1945-07-18|
|Movie||Pursuit to Algiers||Gubek||1945-10-26|
|Movie||Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves||Arab Giant (uncredited)||1944-01-14|
|Movie||Above Suspicion||Hans - Aschenhausen's Man (uncredited)||1943-05-31|
|Movie||Reap the Wild Wind||The Lamb||1942-03-26|
|Movie||Gentleman Jim||Flannagan (uncredited)||1942-11-14|
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