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Guinn Williams

Guinn WilliamsAKA Guinn Terrell Williams, Jr.

Born: 26-Apr-1899
Birthplace: Decatur, TX
Died: 6-Jun-1962
Location of death: Burbank, CA
Cause of death: Uremia
Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Hollywood Hills, CA

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Santa Fe Trail

Military service: US Army (WWI)

Father: Guinn Williams (US Congressman, b. 22-Apr-1871, d. 9-Jan-1948)
Wife: Kathleen Collins (actress)
Wife: Barbara Weeks (actress)
Wife: Dorothy Peterson (m. 1943, until his death)

    The Alamo (24-Oct-1960)
    Five Bold Women (1-Aug-1960)
    The Hired Gun (20-Sep-1957)
    Massacre Canyon (1-May-1954)
    Southwest Passage (1-Apr-1954) · Tall Tale
    Hangman's Knot (15-Nov-1952)
    Springfield Rifle (22-Oct-1952) · Sgt. Snow
    Man in the Saddle (2-Dec-1951)
    Al Jennings of Oklahoma (17-Jan-1951)
    Rocky Mountain (3-Nov-1950)
    Brimstone (15-Aug-1949) · Art Benson
    Station West (1-Sep-1948)
    Belle of the Yukon (26-Dec-1944)
    Nevada (25-Dec-1944)
    Cowboy and the Senorita (13-May-1944)
    Hands Across the Border (5-Jan-1944)
    Minesweeper (10-Nov-1943)
    The Desperadoes (25-May-1943) · Nitro Rankin
    American Empire (11-Dec-1942) · Sailaway
    Silver Queen (13-Nov-1942) · Blackie
    Between Us Girls (4-Sep-1942)
    Mr. Wise Guy (20-Feb-1942)
    The Bugle Sounds (14-Jan-1942) · Krims
    Swamp Water (16-Nov-1941)
    You'll Never Get Rich (25-Sep-1941) · Kewpie Blain
    Billy the Kid (30-May-1941) · Ed Bronson
    Santa Fe Trail (13-Dec-1940) · Windy Brody
    Dulcy (4-Oct-1940)
    Money and the Woman (17-Aug-1940)
    Wagons Westward (19-Jun-1940)
    Virginia City (16-Mar-1940) · Marblehead
    Castle on the Hudson (17-Feb-1940) · Mike Cagle
    The Fighting 69th (26-Jan-1940) · Paddy Dolan
    Blackmail (8-Sep-1939)
    Bad Lands (8-Aug-1939)
    6,000 Enemies (9-Jun-1939)
    Dodge City (1-Apr-1939) · Tex Baird
    Hold That Co-Ed (16-Sep-1938)
    You and Me (1-Jun-1938)
    Wise Girl (31-Dec-1937) · Mike
    The Bad Man of Brimstone (31-Dec-1937)
    My Dear Miss Aldrich (17-Sep-1937) · An Attendant
    Big City (3-Sep-1937) · Danny Devlin
    The Singing Marine (3-Jul-1937) · Dopey
    A Star Is Born (20-Apr-1937) · Posture Coach
    You Only Live Once (27-Jan-1937) · Roger
    Grand Jury (31-Jul-1936) · Joseph Britt
    Muss 'Em Up (1-Feb-1936) · Red Cable
    The Littlest Rebel (22-Nov-1935) · Sgt. Dudley
    The Glass Key (15-Jun-1935)
    Village Tale (15-Jun-1935)
    Private Worlds (9-Mar-1935)
    Flirtation Walk (28-Nov-1934) · Sleepy
    Here Comes the Navy (28-Jun-1934) · Floor Manager
    Half a Sinner (1-Jun-1934)
    The Mystery Squadron (22-Dec-1933)
    College Coach (4-Nov-1933)
    Rafter Romance (1-Sep-1933) · Fritzie
    Laughing at Life (12-Jul-1933)
    The Phantom Broadcast (15-Mar-1933)
    Polly of the Circus (27-Feb-1932) · Eric
    The Phantom (1-Nov-1931)
    The Great Meadow (24-Jan-1931) · Reuben Hall
    The Bachelor Father (10-Jan-1931) · Dick Berney
    Liliom (5-Oct-1930)
    City Girl (16-Feb-1930)
    Lucky Star (18-Aug-1929) · Martin Wrenn
    Noah's Ark (1-Nov-1928)
    Brown of Harvard (2-May-1926)

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