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Hugh Herbert

Hugh HerbertBorn: 10-Aug-1884
Birthplace: Binghamton, NY
Died: 12-Mar-1952
Location of death: North Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, CA

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Hellzapoppin

Brother: Tom Herbert
Wife: Anita Pam
Wife: Rose Epstein (m. 1932, div. 1949)

    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6251 Hollywood Blvd. (motion pictures)

    The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend (27-May-1949) · Doctor
    A Song is Born (19-Oct-1948) · Prof. Twingle
    The Girl from Manhattan (1-Oct-1948) · Aaron Goss
    So This Is New York (Jun-1948) · Mr. Trumball
    On Our Merry Way (3-Feb-1948) · Eli Hobbs
    Music for Millions (18-Dec-1944) · Uncle Ferdinand
    Kismet (22-Aug-1944) · Feisal
    Stage Door Canteen (24-Jun-1943) · Himself
    It's a Great Life (27-May-1943)
    Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch (Oct-1942)
    There's One Born Every Minute (26-Jun-1942)
    Hellzapoppin (26-Dec-1941)
    The Black Cat (2-May-1941)
    The Villain Still Pursued Her (11-Oct-1940)
    Private Affairs (4-Jul-1940)
    Eternally Yours (7-Oct-1939) · Benton
    The Lady's from Kentucky (26-Apr-1939)
    Four's a Crowd (13-Nov-1938) · Jenkins
    The Great Waltz (4-Nov-1938)
    Men Are Such Fools (15-Jun-1938) · Harvey Bates
    Gold Diggers in Paris (1-Jun-1938) · Maurice Giraud
    Hollywood Hotel (20-Dec-1937) · Chester Marshall
    Sh! The Octopus (14-Dec-1937) · Kelly
    The Perfect Specimen (23-Oct-1937) · Killigrew Shaw
    The Singing Marine (3-Jul-1937) · Aeneas Phinney
    Top of the Town (26-Mar-1937)
    We Went to College (19-Jun-1936) · Prof. Standish
    One Rainy Afternoon (13-May-1936)
    Colleen (21-Mar-1936) · Uncle Cedric Ames
    To Beat the Band (23-Nov-1935)
    A Midsummer Night's Dream (9-Oct-1935)
    We're in the Money (17-Aug-1935) · Homer Bronson
    Gold Diggers of 1935 (15-Mar-1935) · T. Mosely Thorpe
    Sweet Adeline (29-Dec-1934) · Rupert Rockingham
    Kansas City Princess (13-Oct-1934)
    Dames (16-Aug-1934) · Ezra
    Fog Over Frisco (2-Jun-1934) · Izzy
    The Merry Frinks (26-May-1934)
    Merry Wives of Reno (12-May-1934) · Col. Fitch
    Harold Teen (7-Apr-1934) · Rathburn
    Wonder Bar (28-Feb-1934)
    Fashions of 1934 (14-Feb-1934) · Joe Ward
    Easy to Love (13-Jan-1934) · Detective
    College Coach (4-Nov-1933)
    Footlight Parade (30-Sep-1933) · Bowers
    Bureau of Missing Persons (8-Sep-1933)
    Goodbye Again (2-Sep-1933)
    She Had to Say Yes (15-Jul-1933) · Luther Haines
    Diplomaniacs (12-May-1933)
    Faithless (15-Oct-1932) · Mr. Blainey
    Million Dollar Legs (8-Jul-1932) · Treasury Secretary
    The Lost Squadron (10-Mar-1932) · Fritz
    Friends and Lovers (3-Oct-1931) · McNellis
    Traveling Husbands (15-Aug-1931) · Hymie Schwartz
    The Sin Ship (18-Apr-1931)
    Laugh and Get Rich (27-Mar-1931) · Joe Austin
    Danger Lights (21-Aug-1930)

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