Blackie Whiteford

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An American actor born in New York City, USA on April 27, 1889 as John Penman Whiteford and died in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA on March 31, 1962. He married actress...Read more Alma Bennett (1954-1958), and she remained with him until her death. His most important works are Romance of the Rockies (1937), Mark of the Spur (1932), and The Fighting Coward (1935). He worked in Western films and supported the short films of The Three Stooges as he presented 28 films of them. He worked in several jobs, the last of which was a sailor before becoming an actor. His first silent films was Walloping Wallace (1924), and his voice film was Courtin Wildcats (1929). His last film was The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962), and he died at the age of 73.