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Van Heflin

Van HeflinAKA Emmett Evan Heflin, Jr.

Born: 13-Dec-1910
Birthplace: Walters, OK
Died: 23-Jul-1971
Location of death: Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered at sea)

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Till the Clouds Roll By

Military service: US Army Air Corps (combat photographer, 9th Air Force, Europe)

Father: (dentist)
Sister: Frances Heflin (soap actress, b. 20-Sep-1923, d. 1-Jun-1994)
Wife: Frances E. Neal (b. 27-Jun-1921, m. 1942, div. 1967)
Daughter: Vana O'Brien (actress, 20-Jun-1943, with Frances E. Neal)
Daughter: Cathleen "Kate"
Son: Tracy

    Oscar for Best Supporting Actor 1943 for Johnny Eager
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6125 Hollywood Blvd. (television)
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6309 Hollywood Blvd. (motion pictures)
    Heart Attack 23-Jul-1971 (fatal)
    French Ancestry
    Irish Ancestry

    The Last Child (5-Oct-1971)
    Airport (5-Mar-1970) · D. O. Guerrero
    The Big Bounce (5-Mar-1969)
    The Ruthless Four (1968)
    The Man Outside (25-Aug-1967)
    Stagecoach (22-Apr-1966)
    Once a Thief (27-Jul-1965) · Mike Vido
    The Greatest Story Ever Told (15-Feb-1965) · Bar Amand
    Cry of Battle (9-Oct-1963) · Joe Trent
    5 Branded Women (15-Mar-1960)
    Under Ten Flags (1960)
    They Came to Cordura (Jun-1959) · Sgt. John Chawk
    Tempest (1-Dec-1958)
    Gunman's Walk (15-Jul-1958) · Lee Hackett
    3:10 to Yuma (7-Aug-1957) · Dan Evans
    Patterns (27-Mar-1956) · Fred Staples
    Count Three and Pray (Oct-1955) · Luke Fargo
    Battle Cry (2-Feb-1955) · Maj. Sam Huxley
    Black Widow (28-Oct-1954) · Peter Denver
    Woman's World (28-Sep-1954)
    The Raid (4-Aug-1954)
    Tanganyika (18-Jun-1954)
    Shane (24-Apr-1953) · Joe Starrett
    South of Algiers (20-Mar-1953)
    My Son John (8-Apr-1952)
    Week-End with Father (Dec-1951) · Brad Stubbs
    The Prowler (25-May-1951) · Webb Garwood
    Tomahawk (5-Feb-1951) · Bridger
    East Side, West Side (22-Dec-1949) · Mark Dwyer
    Madame Bovary (25-Aug-1949) · Charles Bovary
    Act of Violence (21-Dec-1948) · Frank R. Enley
    The Three Musketeers (20-Oct-1948) · Athos
    Tap Roots (25-Aug-1948)
    The Secret Land (13-Aug-1948) [VOICE]
    B.F.'s Daughter (24-Mar-1948) · Thomas W. Brett
    Green Dolphin Street (5-Nov-1947) · Timothy Haslam
    Possessed (26-Jul-1947) · David Sutton
    Till the Clouds Roll By (5-Dec-1946) · James I. Hessler
    The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (24-Jul-1946) · Sam Masterson
    Presenting Lily Mars (29-Apr-1943) · John Thornway
    Tennessee Johnson (Dec-1942) · Andrew Johnson
    Grand Central Murder (23-May-1942) · Rocky Custer
    Kid Glove Killer (Apr-1942) · Gordon McKay
    Johnny Eager (17-Jan-1942) · Jeff Hartnett
    H.M. Pulham, Esq. (3-Dec-1941) · Bill King
    The Feminine Touch (Oct-1941) · Elliott Morgan
    Santa Fe Trail (13-Dec-1940) · Rader
    Back Door to Heaven (19-Apr-1939)
    Flight from Glory (20-Aug-1937) · George Wilson
    The Outcasts of Poker Flat (16-Apr-1937) · Rev. Sam Woods
    A Woman Rebels (29-Oct-1936) · Lord Gerald Waring Gaythorne

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