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Sergeant Hunk Marriner (Character)
from "Northwest Passage" (1958)

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Alternate Names:
'Hunk' Marriner / Hunk Marriner


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  1. "Northwest Passage"
        - The Killers (1959) TV episode, Played by Buddy Ebsen
        - Trial by Fire (1959) TV episode, Played by Buddy Ebsen
        - The Deserter (1959) TV episode, Played by Buddy Ebsen
        - Stab in the Back (1959) TV episode, Played by Buddy Ebsen
        - The Witch (1959) TV episode, Played by Buddy Ebsen
          (21 more)

  2. Northwest Passage (1940) Played by Walter Brennan (as 'Hunk' Marriner)
    ... aka "'Northwest Passage' (Book I -- Rogers' Rangers)" - USA (original title)
Archive Footage:
  1. Fury River (1961) Played by Buddy Ebsen
  2. Mission of Danger (1960) Played by Buddy Ebsen (as Hunk Marriner)
  3. Frontier Rangers (1959) Played by Buddy Ebsen

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From Northwest Passage (1940)
Maj. Robert Rogers: [Addressing his troops before the raid on Fort Francis] Now pay attention. I've just had a look at the town. They've been having a whale of a time all night. Haven't left a sentry out - not one. The wind is in our favor... even the dogs can't smell us.
Hunk Marriner: Lucky thing for the dogs.
Maj. Robert Rogers: Now w're under orders to wipe out this town, so see that you kill every fighting Indian - kill 'em quick and kill 'em dead, and for Heaven's sake, don't kill any of our own Indians and don't kill any of the white captives. Our own Indians will have white crosses on their backs, so keep your eyes open. Don't make any mistakes.
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