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Clyde Fillmore (1876–1946)

Clyde Fillmore was born on October 25, 1876 in McConnelsville, Ohio, USA as Clyde Fogle. He was an actor, known for Two Yanks in Trinidad (1942), The Fire Flingers (1919) and Swing Fever (1943). He died on December 19, 1946 in Santa Monica, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Two Yanks in Trinidad Col. Powers
The Fire Flingers Benjamin Burley
Swing Fever Mr. Nagen
Sham Tom Jaffrey


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 1946 Strange Voyage
Barrier, the Sportsman
 1946 Bad Bascomb
Gov. Clark (uncredited)
 1946 Colonel Effingham's Raid
Engineer (uncredited)
 1945 Hit the Hay
Mayor Blackburn
 1945 She Went to the Races
Dr. Bostwick (uncredited)
 1945 Week-End at the Waldorf
Party Guest (uncredited)
 1945 The Hidden Eye
Rodney Hampton
 1945 Lady on a Train
Waring Cousin (uncredited)
 1945 Guest Wife
President Reed (uncredited)
 1945 I'll Remember April
J.C. Cartwright
 1945 Between Two Women
Slipper Room Patron (uncredited)
 1945 Keep Your Powder Dry
Gen. Brett (uncredited)
 1944 Tahiti Nights
High Priest (uncredited)
 1944 Three Is a Family
Mr. Spencer
 1944 Bowery to Broadway
Reformer (uncredited)
 1944 Laura
Owner of Bullitt & Co Ad Agency (uncredited)
 1944 Gypsy Wildcat (uncredited)
 1944 Wilson
Senator (uncredited)
 1944 Christmas Holiday
Colonel (uncredited)
 1944 The Scarlet Claw
Inspector (uncredited)
 1944 Once Upon a Time
FBI Agent (uncredited)
 1943 What a Woman!
Dillon (uncredited)
 1943 Swing Fever
Mr. Nagen
 1943 Watch on the Rhine
Sam Chandler
 1943 The More the Merrier
Senator Noonan
 1943 Taxi, Mister
Alderman Hogan, ex-Baseball Umpire
 1943 City Without Men
Senator Malloy
 1943 Margin for Error
Dr. Jennings
 1942 When Johnny Comes Marching Home
Hamilton Wellman
 1942 Fall In
Arnold Benedict
 1942 Laugh Your Blues Away
Sen. Hargrave
 1942 My Sister Eileen
Ralph Craven
 1942 The Talk of the Town
Senator James Boyd (uncredited)
 1942 Mystery of Marie Roget
Mons. De Luc
 1942 Two Yanks in Trinidad
Col. Powers
 1942 The Remarkable Andrew
Mayor Ollie Lancaster
 1941 The Shanghai Gesture
The Comprador
 1941 Unholy Partners
Jason Grant
 1938 Getting an Eyeful (Short)
 1938 Air Parade (Short)
 1937 The Affairs of Pierre (Short)
 1935 Annapolis Farewell
Lieutenant Commander (uncredited)
 1930 Song Service (Short)
Mr. Wellman
 1930 Hot Bridge (Short)
 1924 Alimony
 1923 The Love Pirate
Chief Deputy Hugh Waring
 1923 The Midnight Guest
William Chatfield
 1922 Real Adventure
Rodney Aldrich
 1921 Moonlight Follies
Tony Griswold
 1921 The Sting of the Lash
Joel Grant
 1921 Sham
Tom Jaffrey
 1921 The Outside Woman
Dr. Frederick Ralston
 1920 A City Sparrow
David Muir
 1920 The Soul of Youth
Mr. Hamilton
 1920 Crooked Streets
Lawrence Griswold
 1920 The Devil's Passkey
Captain Rex Strong
 1920 The Ladder of Lies
Peter Gordon
 1920 Nurse Marjorie
John Danbury
 1919 The Sundown Trail
Velvet Eddy
 1919 When Fate Decides
Donald Cavendish
 1919 The Fire Flingers
Benjamin Burley
 1919 The Millionaire Pirate
Robert Spurr
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: False Dreams, Farewell. Drama. Written by Hugh Stanislaus Stange. Scenic Design by Arne Lundborg. Directed by Frank Merlin. Little Theatre: 15 Jan 1934- Feb 1934 (closing date unknown/25 performances). Cast: Kirk Ames (as "Radio Voice"), Glenn Anders (as "Eugene Cabot"), Adora Andrews (as "Miss Rhinebeck"), Homer Barton (as "Mr... See more »

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Dapper silent screen character actor, often in roguish roles. At Paramount in the 1920's, he rejoined this studio in the 40's as a small part supporting player. During the intervening years, he had a busy career on Broadway playing men of means or influence. See more »

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