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Cast Member : Pierre Watkin

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Pierre Watkin, THE BANK DICK

Pierre Watkin, THE BANK DICK


 Born  1889-12-29
Sioux City, IA
 Died  1960-02-03
Los Angeles, CA
Character actor, specializing in distinguished roles. Playing 'Perry White' in Columbia's SUPERMAN (1948) serial and 1950 sequel, Mr. Watkin appeared several times in the 1950s SUPERMAN television series. After the 1958 death of the TV series' costar John Hamilton, Watkin was hired to fill the role of 'Mr. White' (brother of 'Perry')... an opportunity derailed by the death of star George Reeves.

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Acting Credits

  Released Film or Short Title Featuring Role
1.  1940-11-29 THE BANK DICK Shemp Howard (Solo) Mr. Skinner
2.  1941-07-01 CRACKED NUTS Shemp Howard (Solo) Mr. Benson
3.  1943-03-19 IT AIN'T HAY Shemp Howard (Solo) Maj. Harper, scene deleted
4.  1943-06-29 GOOD LUCK, MR. YATES Moe, Larry and Curly Recruiting officer
5.  1943-10-08 CRAZY HOUSE Shemp Howard (Solo) Prosecuting attorney
6.  1946-09-07 HIGH SCHOOL HERO Joe DeRita (Solo) Gov. Huffington

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