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Sgt. Ernest Heath (Character)
from The Dragon Murder Case (1934)
- The Gracie Allen Murder Case (1939) Played by William Demarest (as Police Sgt. Ernest Heath)
- Night of Mystery (1937) Played by Roscoe Karns (as Sgt. Heath)
- The Garden Murder Case (1936) Played by Nat Pendleton (as Sergeant Ernest Heath)
- The Casino Murder Case (1935) Played by Ted Healy (as Sergeant Heath)
- The Dragon Murder Case (1934) Played by Eugene Pallette (as Sgt. Heath)
- The Kennel Murder Case (1933) Played by Eugene Pallette (as Detective Heath)
- El cuerpo del delito (1930) Played by Vicente Padula (as Sargento Heath)
- Paramount on Parade (1930) Played by Eugene Pallette (as Sergeant Heath)
- The Benson Murder Case (1930) Played by Eugene Pallette
- The Bishop Murder Case (1930) Played by James Donlan (as Ernest Heath)
- The Greene Murder Case (1929) Played by Eugene Pallette
- The Canary Murder Case (1929) Played by Eugene Pallette
Dr. Doremus: [Leaving the scene, thoroughly annoyed that the body was not dead] Now I'm going to get some breakfast...
[turning for one last word]
Dr. Doremus: ... and, Heath, don't you call me out here again unless you've got a corpse. I'm here as a coroner, not as a doctor!
Sergeant Ernest Heath: [shouting after him sarcastically] Why don't you learn to carry a hard-boiled egg in your pocket?
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