Howard St. John

Howard St. John

  • Born on
    • October 9th, 1905
  • Died on
    • March 13th, 1974
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Howard St. John (October 9, 1905 – March 13, 1974) was a Chicago-born character actor who specialized in unsympathetic roles. His work spanned Broadway, film and television. He is probably best remembered for his bombastic General Bullmoose, which he played in the stage and screen versions of the 1956 musical Li'l Abner. Description above from the Wikipedia article Howard St. John, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Acting (20 Credits)

1969Don't Drink the Water as Ambassador Magee
1964Strait-Jacket as Raymond Fields
1964Sex and the Single Girl as Randall
1964Fate Is the Hunter as Mark Hutchins
1961One, Two, Three as Wendell P. Hazeltine
1961Lover Come Back as Mr. John Brackett
1959Li'l Abner as General Bullmoose
1955Illegal as E.A. Smith
1955The Tender Trap as Mr. Sayers
1955I Died a Thousand Times as Doc Banton
1954Three Coins in the Fountain as Burgoyne
1951The Big Night as Al Judge
1951Goodbye, My Fancy as Claude Griswold
1951Strangers on a Train as Police Captain Turley
1950Born Yesterday as Jim Devery
1950Mister 880 as Chief
1950711 Ocean Drive as Lieutenant Pete WrightWatch Free
1950The Men as Ellen's Father
1949Shockproof as Sam Brooks
1949The Undercover Man as Joseph S. Horan

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