Joe King

Joe King

  • Born on
    • February 9th, 1883
  • Died on
    • April 11th, 1951
Joe King was an American screen and stage actor, his film career spanning the years 1912 to 1946. In addition, he wrote the story for a 1915 movie and directed two 1916 films.


Acting (27 Credits)

1943Bombardier as General Barnes
1942The Big Shot as Prosecutor Toohey
1942Gentleman Jim as Col. McLane (uncredited)
1941They Died with Their Boots On as Chairman of Hearing (uncredited)
1941Sergeant York as Draft Board Chairman (uncredited)
1940Black Friday as Chief of Police
1940Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum as Inspector O'Matthews
1940It's a Date as First Mate Kelly
1940When the Daltons Rode as Oklahoma Sheriff
1939You Can't Get Away with Murder as Prison Guard
1939Destry Rides Again as Sheriff Keogh
1939You Can't Cheat an Honest Man as Policeman
1939Let Us Live as Inspector Cavanaugh (uncredited)
1939Mr. Smith Goes to Washington as Summers (uncredited)
1938Alexander's Ragtime Band as Charles Dillingham
1938In Old Chicago as Ship's Captain
1937San Quentin as Warden Taylor
1936The Case of the Velvet Claws as George C. Belter
1936Bullets or Ballots as Dan 'Mac' McLaren
1936China Clipper as Mr. Pierson
1936The Walking Dead as Judge Roger Shaw
1936Satan Met a Lady as Detective (uncredited)
1935Frisco Kid as James Daley
1935Alibi Ike as Johnson
1935Special Agent as Agent Wilson
1935Front Page Woman as Hartnett
1918Shifting Sands as John Stanford

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