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Sgt. Ernest Heath (Character)
from The Dragon Murder Case (1934)

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Alternate Names:
Detective Heath / Ernest Heath / Police Sergeant Ernest Heath / Police Sgt. Ernest Heath / Sargento Heath / Sergeant Ernest Heath / Sergeant Heath / Sgt. Heath

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  1. The Gracie Allen Murder Case (1939) Played by William Demarest (as Police Sgt. Ernest Heath)
  2. Night of Mystery (1937) Played by Roscoe Karns (as Sgt. Heath)
  3. The Garden Murder Case (1936) Played by Nat Pendleton (as Sergeant Heath)
  4. The Casino Murder Case (1935) Played by Ted Healy (as Police Sergeant Ernest Heath)
  5. The Dragon Murder Case (1934) Played by Eugene Pallette (as Sgt. Heath)
  6. The Kennel Murder Case (1933) Played by Eugene Pallette (as Detective Heath)
  7. El cuerpo del delito (1930) Played by Vicente Padula (as Sargento Heath)
  8. Paramount on Parade (1930) Played by Eugene Pallette (as Sergeant Heath)
  9. The Benson Murder Case (1930) Played by Eugene Pallette
  10. The Bishop Murder Case (1930) Played by James Donlan (as Ernest Heath)

  11. The Greene Murder Case (1929) Played by Eugene Pallette
  12. The Canary Murder Case (1929) Played by Eugene Pallette

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From The Dragon Murder Case (1934)
Dr. Doremus: Ernest, it's clear that you don't know much about women. Now I'll tell you, women are, generally speaking...
Sergeant Ernest Heath: You certainly said it! They ARE generally speaking!
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