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Richard Arlen

Richard ArlenAKA Cornelius Richard Van Mattimore

Born: 1-Sep-1898
Birthplace: Charlottesville, VA
Died: 28-Mar-1976
Location of death: North Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: Emphysema
Remains: Buried, Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, CA

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Island of Lost Souls

Military service: Royal Canadian Flying Corps (WWI, pilot)

Wife: Jobyna Ralston (m. 1927, div. 1945, one son)
Son: Richard Arlen, Jr. (b. 17-May-1933)
Wife: Ruth Austin (div.)
Wife: Margaret Kinsella (m. 1945, until his death)

    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6753 Hollywood Blvd.

    Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (26-May-1976)
    Buckskin (May-1968) · Townsman
    Fort Utah (Sep-1967) · Sam Tyler
    Hostile Guns (Jul-1967)
    Red Tomahawk (1-Jan-1967)
    Road to Nashville (1967) · Studio Boss
    Waco (25-Jun-1966)
    Johnny Reno (9-Mar-1966)
    Apache Uprising (1-Jan-1966) · Capt. Gannon
    The Bounty Killer (31-Jul-1965)
    Town Tamer (7-Jul-1965)
    Black Spurs (28-May-1965)
    The Human Duplicators (3-Mar-1965)
    Young Fury (Feb-1965) · Sheriff Jenkins
    The Best Man (5-Apr-1964) · Oscar Anderson
    Law of the Lawless (1964)
    Cavalry Command (1-Dec-1963) · Sgt. Jim Heisler
    The Crawling Hand (4-Sep-1963)
    The Young and the Brave (Aug-1963) · Col. Holbein
    The Last Time I Saw Archie (27-May-1961) · Col. Martin
    Warlock (1-Apr-1959)
    The Mountain (14-Nov-1956) · Rivial
    Sabre Jet (4-Sep-1953) · Gen. Hale
    Hurricane Smith (3-Oct-1952) · Brundage
    Flaming Feather (Feb-1952) · Showdown Calhoun
    Silver City (1-Dec-1951)
    Kansas Raiders (20-Nov-1950)
    When My Baby Smiles at Me (10-Nov-1948)
    Buffalo Bill Rides Again (19-Apr-1947)
    Identity Unknown (2-Apr-1945)
    The Big Bonanza (30-Dec-1944) · Jed Kilton
    The Lady and the Monster (17-Apr-1944)
    Timber Queen (13-Jan-1944) · Russell Evans
    Minesweeper (10-Nov-1943)
    Submarine Alert (28-Jun-1943) · Lee Deerhold
    Alaska Highway (24-Jun-1943) · Woody Ormsby
    Aerial Gunner (20-Mar-1943) · John Davis
    Wildcat (3-Sep-1942)
    Murder in Greenwich Village (3-Nov-1937)
    Artists & Models (4-Aug-1937)
    Let 'Em Have It (15-May-1935)
    Alice in Wonderland (22-Dec-1933) · Cheshire Cat
    Three-Cornered Moon (8-Aug-1933)
    College Humor (5-Jul-1933)
    Island of Lost Souls (12-Jan-1933) · Edward Parker
    Tiger Shark (22-Sep-1932)
    Guilty as Hell (5-Aug-1932)
    Gun Smoke (11-Apr-1931)
    Paramount on Parade (22-Apr-1930)
    The Light of Western Stars (19-Apr-1930) · Dick Bailey
    Dangerous Paradise (13-Feb-1930)
    The Virginian (9-Nov-1929)
    Dangerous Curves (13-Jul-1929)
    Thunderbolt (20-Jun-1929)
    The Four Feathers (Jun-1929)
    Beggars of Life (22-Sep-1928)
    Wings (12-Aug-1927) · David Armstrong

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