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Jack Mulhall

Jack Mulhall

  • Born on
    • October 7th, 1887
  • Died on
    • June 1st, 1979
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jack Mulhall, born John Joseph Francis Mulhall, (October 7, 1887 in Wappingers Falls, New York – June 1, 1979 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California) was a movie actor since the silent film era and appeared in over 430 films. Reputedly, he was one of a number of male models(Fredric March & Reed Howes were two others) for the Arrow Collar Man in the Arrow collar ads illustrated by J. C. Leyendecker for the Cluett Peabody shirt company. Died from congestive heart failure. Description above from the Wikipedia article Jack Mulhall, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Filmography

Acting (37 Credits)

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1959The Atomic Submarine as Justin Murdock
1956The She-Creature as Lombardi's Lawyer
1956Around the World in 80 Days as (uncredited)
1952Chained for Life as Dr. Thompson
1945The Phantom of 42nd Street as Lt. Walsh
1945Dillinger as Police Officer (uncredited)
1945Flame of Barbary Coast as Gambler (uncredited)
1943The Ape Man as Reporter
1943Ghosts on the Loose as Lieutenant
1943Kid Dynamite as Clancy
1943Idaho as Board Member
1942Mr. Wise Guy as Jim Barnes
1942'Neath Brooklyn Bridge as Sergeant
1941Invisible Ghost as Jim, a detective
1941Bowery Blitzkrieg as Nick Sherrill
1941Adventures of Captain Marvel as Howell
1941In the Navy as Lt. Scott (uncredited)
1941Buck Privates as Medical Examiner (uncredited)
1941Adventures of Captain Marvel as James Howell [Ch. 1]
1940Black Friday as Bartender
1940The Son of Monte Cristo as Schmidt
1940Strange Cargo as Dunning (uncredited)
1940Strike Up the Band as Man Phoning in Constest Winner
1940I Love You Again as Worker Saying 'Seventy Hours . . .' (uncredited)
1940Third Finger, Left Hand as Niagara Falls Guide
1940Broadway Melody of 1940 as George (uncredited)
1939Buck Rogers as Capt. Rankin
1939First Love as Terry
1939Made for Each Other as Rock Springs Radio Operator
1939It's a Wonderful World as Reporter with Vivian (uncredited)
1938Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars as Bomber Captain
1938You and Me as First Floorwalker (uncredited)
1936Wife vs. Secretary as Howard - Party Guest (uncredited)
1936Libeled Lady as Barker (uncredited)
1935The Informer as Man at Wake
1935Page Miss Glory as Reporter (uncredited)
1934The Old Fashioned Way as Dick Bronson

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