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Name  Earl Dwire
Role  Character Actor
Earl Dwire Jeff Arnold39s West Trouble in Texas Grand National 1937
Born  October 3, 1883 (1883-10-03) Waukegan , Illinois , United States
Died  January 16, 1940, Panorama City, Los Angeles, California, United States
Movies  The Lucky Texan, Blue Steel, The Star Packer, The Dawn Rider, The Lawless Frontier
Similar People  Robert N Bradbury, Yakima Canutt, George "Gabby" Hayes, Joseph Kane, Elmer Clifton

Earl Dwire (October 3, 1883 – January 16, 1940) was an American character actor who appeared in more than 150 movies between 1921 and his death in 1940. Noted for his almost frightening long face, Dwire worked mainly as a villain in westerns, including Riders of Destiny (1933) with John Wayne in the first singing cowboy movie and The Trail Beyond (1934) opposite Wayne, Noah Beery, Sr., and Noah Beery, Jr. He also appeared in Bob Steele vehicles such as Alias John Law (1935).

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Partial filmography


  • Riders of Destiny - Slip Morgan (1933)
  • King Kong - New York Theatregoer (uncredited) (1933)
  • 'Neath the Arizona Skies - Tom (Nina's Father) (uncredited) (1934)
  • The Lawless Frontier - Pandro Zanti Posing as Don Yorba (1934)
  • The Trail Beyond - Henchman Benoit (1934)
  • Randy Rides Alone - Sheriff (1934)
  • The Man from Utah - Rodeo Announcer (uncredited) (1934)
  • Blue Steel - Henchman (1934)
  • West of the Divide - Sheriff (1934)
  • The Lucky Texan - Sheriff Miller (1934)
  • Lawless Range - Emmett (1935)
  • The New Frontier - Pat Miller (uncredited) (1935)
  • Westward Ho - Townsman Notifying Vigilantes (uncredited) (1935)
  • Paradise Canyon - Sheriff #2 - Arizona (uncredited) (1935)
  • The Dawn Rider - Pete (Expressman) (1935)
  • King of the Pecos - Rancher (uncredited) (1936)
  • Born to the West - Cowhand (uncredited) (1937)
  • The Gambling Terror (1937)
  • On Trial (1939)
  • References

    Earl Dwire Wikipedia


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