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Roscoe Karns

Roscoe KarnsAKA Roscoe L. Karns

Born: 7-Sep-1891
Birthplace: San Bernardino, CA
Died: 6-Feb-1970
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood, CA

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: It Happened One Night

Wife: Mary M. Fraso (m. 1920, until his death, d. 1977, two children)
Son: Roscoe Todd Karns (actor, "Todd", b. 15-Jan-1921)

    Man's Favorite Sport (29-Jan-1964) · Maj. Phipps
    Onionhead (1-Oct-1958) · Windy Woods
    Devil's Cargo (1-Apr-1948)
    The Inside Story (14-Mar-1948)
    That's My Man (1-Jun-1947)
    Minstrel Man (1-Aug-1944)
    The Navy Way (24-Feb-1944)
    His Butler's Sister (26-Nov-1943)
    Old Acquaintance (2-Nov-1943) · Charlie Archer
    Stage Door Canteen (24-Jun-1943) · Himself
    You Can't Escape Forever (10-Oct-1942) · Mac McTurk
    Woman of the Year (19-Jan-1942) · Phil Whittaker
    Footsteps in the Dark (8-Mar-1941)
    They Drive by Night (27-Jul-1940) · Irish McGurn
    Saturday's Children (4-May-1940) · Willie Sands
    His Girl Friday (11-Jan-1940) · McCue
    That's Right -- You're Wrong (24-Nov-1939) · Mal Stamp
    Dancing Co-Ed (29-Sep-1939)
    Thanks for the Memory (11-Nov-1938)
    You and Me (1-Jun-1938)
    Dangerous to Know (11-Mar-1938)
    Cain and Mabel (26-Sep-1936) · Reilly
    Red Hot Tires (25-Oct-1935)
    Front Page Woman (11-Jul-1935) · Toots
    Alibi Ike (15-Jun-1935) · Carey
    Wings in the Dark (1-Feb-1935)
    Twentieth Century (3-May-1934) · Owen O'Malley
    It Happened One Night (22-Feb-1934) · Shapeley
    Alice in Wonderland (22-Dec-1933) · Tweedledee
    The Women in His Life (8-Dec-1933) · Lester
    One Sunday Afternoon (1-Sep-1933) · Snappy Downer
    Today We Live (3-Mar-1933) · Lt. McGinnis
    Grand Slam (22-Feb-1933) · Radio Announcer
    If I Had a Million (2-Dec-1932)
    Night After Night (20-Oct-1932)
    The Crooked Circle (25-Sep-1932)
    Two Against the World (3-Sep-1932) · Segall
    Week-End Marriage (4-Jun-1932) · Jim Davis
    The Roadhouse Murder (28-Apr-1932)
    Laughing Sinners (30-May-1931) · Fred Geer
    Dirigible (4-Apr-1931) · Sock McGuire
    The Shopworn Angel (29-Dec-1928)
    Beggars of Life (22-Sep-1928)
    Wings (12-Aug-1927) · Lt. Cameron

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