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J. Farrell MacDonald

J. Farrell MacDonaldAKA Joseph Farrell MacDonald

Born: 14-Apr-1875
Birthplace: Waterbury, CT
Died: 2-Aug-1952
Location of death: Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Chapel of the Pines Crematory, Los Angeles, CA

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: My Darling Clementine

Wife: Edith Bostwick (d. 1943, one daughter)
Daughter: Lorna

    Superman and the Mole Men (23-Nov-1951)
    Woman on the Run (29-Nov-1950)
    The Daltons' Women (25-Feb-1950)
    Dakota Lil (17-Feb-1950)
    The Dalton Gang (21-Oct-1949)
    Whispering Smith (9-Dec-1948) · Bill Baggs
    Belle Starr's Daughter (15-Nov-1948)
    Panhandle (22-Feb-1948)
    My Darling Clementine (3-Dec-1946)
    Smoky (26-Jun-1946)
    The Woman Who Came Back (13-Dec-1945)
    Johnny Angel (25-Oct-1945) · Capt. Angel
    Shadow of Suspicion (23-Sep-1944)
    The Great Moment (6-Sep-1944)
    Follow the Leader (3-Jun-1944)
    Clancy Street Boys (23-Apr-1943)
    The Ape Man (5-Mar-1943)
    The Living Ghost (27-Nov-1942)
    Bowery at Midnight (30-Oct-1942) · Capt. Mitchell
    Reap the Wild Wind (19-Mar-1942) · Port Captain
    Captains of the Clouds (12-Feb-1942) · Dr. Neville
    Wild Bill Hickok Rides (31-Jan-1942) · Judge Hathaway
    Meet John Doe (3-May-1941) · Sourpuss
    The Great Lie (5-Apr-1941) · Dr. Ferguson
    Prairie Law (14-Jun-1940)
    Dark Command (4-Apr-1940)
    Conspiracy (1-Aug-1939) · Captain
    Susannah of the Mounties (13-Jun-1939) · Pat O'Hannegan
    Zenobia (21-Apr-1939) · Judge
    The Lone Ranger Rides Again (25-Feb-1939)
    Submarine Patrol (25-Nov-1938)
    Gang Bullets (10-Nov-1938) · Chief Reardon
    There Goes My Heart (27-Sep-1938) · Officer
    The Crowd Roars (5-Aug-1938) · Fr. Patrick Ryan
    White Banners (28-Jan-1938)
    My Dear Miss Aldrich (17-Sep-1937) · "Doc" Howe
    Topper (16-Jul-1937)
    Slim (24-Jun-1937) · Pop
    Slave Ship (16-Jun-1937)
    Maid of Salem (3-Mar-1937)
    Show Boat (14-May-1936) · Windy
    Exclusive Story (17-Jan-1936)
    Riffraff (3-Jan-1936) · Brains
    Stormy (7-Oct-1935)
    The Irish in Us (31-Jul-1935) · Capt. Jackson
    Front Page Woman (11-Jul-1935) · Hallohan
    The Arizonian (28-Jun-1935) · Marshal Andy Jordan
    Our Little Girl (7-Jun-1935) · Mr. Tramp
    Let 'Em Have It (15-May-1935)
    Star of Midnight (11-Apr-1935) · Insp. Doremus
    Square Shooter (21-Jan-1935) · Sheriff
    Maybe It's Love (12-Jan-1935)
    Romance in Manhattan (11-Jan-1935) · Officer Murphy
    The Cat's-Paw (30-Jul-1934)
    Man of Two Worlds (13-Jan-1934)
    Murder on the Campus (30-Oct-1933)
    The Power and the Glory (6-Oct-1933)
    I Loved a Woman (22-Sep-1933) · Shuster
    Laughing at Life (12-Jul-1933)
    Peg o' My Heart (19-May-1933) · Pat
    The Working Man (20-Apr-1933)
    No Man of Her Own (15-Dec-1932)
    Me and My Gal (4-Dec-1932) · Pop Riley
    The Phantom Express (15-Aug-1932)
    The Thirteenth Guest (9-Aug-1932)
    The Hurricane Express (1-Aug-1932) · Jim Baker
    Week-End Marriage (4-Jun-1932) · Davis
    Discarded Lovers (3-Jan-1932)
    Under Eighteen (24-Dec-1931)
    The Squaw Man (5-Sep-1931) · Big Bill
    Sporting Blood (8-Aug-1931)
    The Maltese Falcon (13-Jun-1931) · Polhaus
    The Millionaire (1-May-1931)
    The Easiest Way (7-Feb-1931) · Ben
    The Painted Desert (18-Jan-1931)
    Other Men's Women (17-Jan-1931)
    The Truth About Youth (3-Nov-1930) · Col. Graham
    River's End (1-Nov-1930) · O'Toole
    Song o' My Heart (7-Sep-1930)
    Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (23-Sep-1927)
    3 Bad Men (28-Aug-1926)
    The Iron Horse (28-Aug-1924)
    The Young Rajah (12-Nov-1922)
    Sky High (15-Jan-1922)

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