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Jack Carson

Jack CarsonAKA John Elmer Carson

Born: 27-Oct-1910
Birthplace: Carman, Manitoba, Canada
Died: 2-Jan-1963
Location of death: Encino, CA
Cause of death: Cancer - Stomach
Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, CA

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

Nationality: Canada
Executive summary: Two Guys From Milwaukee

Brother: Bob Carson
Wife: Elizabeth Lindy (m. 1938, div. 1939)
Wife: Kay St. Germain (m. 1941, div. 1950)
Girlfriend: Doris Day (briefly)
Wife: Lola Albright (m. 1952, div. 1958)
Wife: Sandra Jolley (until his death)

    High School: Hartford School, Milwaukee, WI
    High School: St. John's Military Academy, Delafield, WI
    University: Carleton College

    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1560 Vine St.

    King of the Roaring 20's: The Story of Arnold Rothstein (11-Jun-1961) · Big Tim O'Brien
    The Bramble Bush (24-Feb-1960)
    Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys! (23-Dec-1958) · Capt. Hoxie
    Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (18-Sep-1958) · Gooper Pollitt
    The Tarnished Angels (6-Jan-1958)
    The Tattered Dress (14-Mar-1957)
    The Bottom of the Bottle (1-Feb-1956)
    Ain't Misbehavin' (28-Jun-1955)
    Phffft! (10-Nov-1954) · Charlie Nelson
    A Star Is Born (29-Sep-1954) · Matt Libby
    Red Garters (26-Mar-1954)
    Dangerous When Wet (18-Jun-1953) · Windy Weebe
    The Groom Wore Spurs (14-Mar-1951) · Ben Castle
    Bright Leaf (16-Jun-1950) · Chris Malley
    The Good Humor Man (24-Mar-1950) · Biff Jones
    It's a Great Feeling (1-Aug-1949) · Himself
    My Dream is Yours (15-Apr-1949) · Doug Blake
    John Loves Mary (4-Feb-1949) · Fred Taylor
    Two Guys from Texas (27-Aug-1948)
    Romance on the High Seas (25-Jun-1948) · Peter Virgil
    April Showers (27-Mar-1948)
    Love and Learn (2-May-1947) · Jingles
    The Time, the Place and the Girl (26-Dec-1946) · Jeff Howard
    Two Guys from Milwaukee (26-Jul-1946) · Buzz Williams
    One More Tomorrow (1-Jun-1946) · Pat Regan
    Mildred Pierce (24-Sep-1945) · Wally Fay
    Roughly Speaking (31-Jan-1945) · Harold Pierson
    Hollywood Canteen (15-Dec-1944) · Himself
    Arsenic and Old Lace (23-Sep-1944) · O'Hara
    The Doughgirls (30-Aug-1944) · Arthur Halstead
    Make Your Own Bed (26-May-1944)
    Shine on Harvest Moon (10-Mar-1944) · The Great Georgetti
    Princess O'Rourke (23-Oct-1943) · Dave Campbell
    Thank Your Lucky Stars (1-Oct-1943) · Himself
    The Hard Way (20-Feb-1943) · Albert Runkel
    Gentleman Jim (25-Nov-1942) · Walter Lowrie
    Wings for the Eagle (18-Jul-1942) · Brad Maple
    Larceny, Inc. (24-Apr-1942) · Jeff Randolph
    The Male Animal (4-Apr-1942) · Joe Ferguson
    Blues in the Night (15-Nov-1941) · Leo Powell
    Navy Blues (13-Sep-1941)
    The Bride Came C.O.D. (12-Jul-1941)
    Love Crazy (23-May-1941) · Ward Willoughby
    The Strawberry Blonde (22-Feb-1941) · Hugo Barnstead
    Mr. and Mrs. Smith (31-Jan-1941) · Chuck
    Love Thy Neighbor (17-Dec-1940)
    Lucky Partners (2-Aug-1940) · Freddie
    Girl in 313 (31-May-1940)
    Typhoon (17-May-1940)
    Shooting High (12-Apr-1940) · Gabby Cross
    I Take This Woman (2-Feb-1940) · Joe
    Destry Rides Again (29-Dec-1939) · Jack Tyndall
    The Kid from Texas (14-Apr-1939) · Stanley Brown
    Carefree (2-Sep-1938) · Connors
    The Saint in New York (3-Jun-1938) · Red Jenks
    Having Wonderful Time (1-Jun-1938) · Emil Beatty
    Vivacious Lady (13-May-1938) · Waiter Captain
    Law of the Underworld (27-Apr-1938) · Johnny
    Go Chase Yourself (22-Apr-1938) · Warren Miles
    This Marriage Business (8-Apr-1938)
    Crashing Hollywood (7-Jan-1938) · Dickson
    Stand-In (29-Oct-1937) · Tom Potts
    Stage Door (8-Oct-1937) · Mr. Milbanks
    Music for Madame (8-Oct-1937)

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