Friday 7 June 2013

Irving Bacon

Born: 6 September 1893, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA
Died: 5 February 1965, Hollywood, California, USA
A character actor and bit part player who was prolific during the 1930's and 1940's. By the end of his career Irving Bacon had made over 540 film and television appearances.
The Golf Nut (1927) as Waiter (uncredited)
Irving Bacon is in between Madalynne Field and Glen Cavender.
Night Work (1930) as Night Club Customer (uncredited)

It's Love I'm After (1937) as Elevator operator

Left, with Leslie Howard and Eric Blore.

Four Mothers (1941) as Store Proprietor (uncredited)

Irving Bacon is on the left, with Paul Maxey and Dick Elliott.

Two Weeks to Live (1943) as Omar Tennyson Gimpel

In Old Oklahoma (aka War of the Wildcats) (1943) as Ben

Behind bars. With Albert Dekker.

Heavenly Days (1944) as Tower, the butler
With Beatrice Maude.

Born to Be Bad (1950) as Jewellery salesman

Irving Bacon in the centre shows his finest piece to Joan Fontaine and Zachary Scott.

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