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Raymond Hatton

Raymond HattonAKA Raymond William Hatton

Born: 7-Jul-1887
Birthplace: Red Oak, IA
Died: 21-Oct-1971
Location of death: Palmdale, CA
Cause of death: Heart Attack
Remains: Buried, Joshua Memorial Park, Lancaster, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Prolific character actor

Father: John B. Hatton (physician)
Wife: Frances J. Roberts (m. 17-Apr-1909, d. 16-Oct-1971)

    Ran Away From Home
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 8-Feb-1960 at 1700 Vine St.

    In Cold Blood (14-Dec-1967) · Elderly Hitchhiker
    The Quick Gun (Apr-1964) · Elderly Man
    Motorcycle Gang (22-Oct-1957)
    Pawnee (7-Sep-1957) · Obie Dilks
    Invasion of the Saucer Men (Jun-1957)
    Shake, Rattle & Rock! (Nov-1956)
    Girls in Prison (Jul-1956)
    Dig That Uranium (25-Dec-1955) · Mac McKenzie
    Day the World Ended (Dec-1955)
    The Twinkle in God's Eye (13-Oct-1955)
    Treasure of Ruby Hills (23-Jan-1955)
    Cow Country (26-Apr-1953) · Smokey
    The Golden Hawk (17-Oct-1952) · Barnaby Stoll
    Fast on the Draw (30-Jun-1950)
    West of the Brazos (2-Jun-1950)
    Colorado Ranger (12-May-1950)
    Crooked River (5-May-1950)
    Operation Haylift (5-May-1950)
    Marshal of Heldorado (21-Apr-1950)
    Hostile Country (24-Mar-1950)
    The Daltons' Women (25-Feb-1950)
    Unconquered (24-Sep-1947)
    Black Gold (16-Sep-1947) · Bucky
    Shadows on the Range (16-Oct-1946)
    Tall in the Saddle (29-Sep-1944) · Zeke
    Law Men (25-Apr-1944)
    Dawn on the Great Divide (18-Dec-1942)
    Reap the Wild Wind (19-Mar-1942) · Master Shipwright
    Kit Carson (26-Aug-1940) · Jim Bridger
    Rocky Mountain Rangers (24-May-1940) · Rusty Joslin
    Cowboys from Texas (29-Nov-1939) · Rusty Joslin
    New Frontier (10-Aug-1939)
    Wall Street Cowboy (6-Aug-1939)
    Wyoming Outlaw (27-Jun-1939)
    6,000 Enemies (9-Jun-1939)
    Frontier Pony Express (12-Apr-1939)
    Rough Riders' Round-up (13-Mar-1939) · Rusty
    Paris Honeymoon (25-Jan-1939)
    Tom Sawyer, Detective (23-Dec-1938)
    The Texans (27-Jul-1938) · Cal Tuttle
    Love Finds Andy Hardy (22-Jul-1938) · Peter Dugan
    Over the Wall (27-Mar-1938) · Convict
    He Couldn't Say No (19-Mar-1938) · Hymie
    Missing Witnesses (11-Dec-1937) · Little Joe Macey
    The Adventurous Blonde (13-Nov-1937) · Maxie
    Over the Goal (16-Oct-1937) · Abner
    Fly Away Baby (19-Jun-1937) · Maxie
    Marked Woman (10-Apr-1937) · Lawyer
    Sinner Take All (18-Dec-1936) · Hotel Clerk
    Mad Holiday (13-Nov-1936) · "Cokey Joe" Ferris
    Women Are Trouble (31-Jul-1936)
    Undersea Kingdom (30-May-1936)
    Desert Gold (27-Mar-1936)
    Exclusive Story (17-Jan-1936)
    Stormy (7-Oct-1935)
    Steamboat Round The Bend (6-Sep-1935) · Matt Abel
    G Men (18-Apr-1935) · The Man
    Red Morning (14-Dec-1934)
    Wagon Wheels (15-Sep-1934)
    Lazy River (16-Mar-1934)
    Lady Killer (28-Dec-1933) · Pete
    Alice in Wonderland (22-Dec-1933) · Mouse
    The Women in His Life (8-Dec-1933) · Curly
    Day of Reckoning (27-Oct-1933) · Hart
    Penthouse (8-Sep-1933) · Bodyguard
    The Three Musketeers (7-Apr-1933) · Renard
    Vanity Street (15-Oct-1932)
    The Crooked Circle (25-Sep-1932)
    Law and Order (28-Feb-1932)
    Polly of the Circus (27-Feb-1932) · Downey
    The Squaw Man (5-Sep-1931) · Shorty
    The Silver Horde (25-Oct-1930) · Fraser
    Road to Paradise (20-Jul-1930) · Nick
    Hell's Heroes (27-Dec-1929) · "Barbwire" Tom Gibbons
    The Hunchback of Notre Dame (2-Sep-1923) · Gringoire
    The Ace of Hearts (17-Sep-1921) · The Menace
    The Sea Wolf (16-May-1920)
    Male and Female (23-Nov-1919)
    A Romance of the Redwoods (14-May-1917)

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