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Bruce Bennett, James Mitchell, and Wayne Morris in The House Across the Street (1949)Jeanne Bates, Bruce Bennett, James Flavin, William Haade, John Hubbard, and Tom Neal in There's Something About a Soldier (1943)Gary Cooper, Bruce Bennett, and John Ridgely in Task Force (1949)Frank Albertson, Bruce Bennett, and Leslie Brooks in Underground Agent (1942)Ernie Adams, Bruce Bennett, Lane Chandler, Dickie Jones, John Merton, and Jack Randall in Land of Fighting Men (1938)Bruce Bennett in Flying Fists (1937)Joan Fontaine, Bruce Bennett, and Dick Simmons in A Million to One (1937)Bruce Bennett in A Million to One (1937)Bruce Bennett and Reed Howes in A Million to One (1937)Joan Fontaine and Bruce Bennett in A Million to One (1937)Bruce Bennett and Suzanne Kaaren in A Million to One (1937)Bruce Bennett, Jeanne Martel, and Edward J. Nugent in Two Minutes to Play (1936)Bruce Bennett and Edward J. Nugent in Two Minutes to Play (1936)Bruce Bennett in Two Minutes to Play (1936)Bruce Bennett and David Sharpe in Two Minutes to Play (1936)Bruce Bennett, Ashton Dearholt, and Lewis Sargent in The New Adventures of Tarzan (1935)Bruce Bennett, Marjorie Cooley, and Charles Starrett in West of Abilene (1940)Bruce Bennett and Mala in Hawk of the Wilderness (1938)Bruce Bennett, Lee Powell, and Eleanor Stewart in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1943)Montagu Love, Bruce Bennett, Lee Powell, Hugh Sothern, and Eleanor Stewart in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1938)Bruce Bennett in Cheyenne (1947)Bruce Bennett, Noble Johnson, Harley Wood, and Tuffie the Dog in Hawk of the Wilderness (1938)Bruce Bennett, Monte Blue, and Sonny Chorre in Hawk of the Wilderness (1938)Bruce Bennett and Mala in Hawk of the Wilderness (1938)Montagu Love, Bruce Bennett, Lee Powell, Hugh Sothern, Eleanor Stewart, and Forrest Taylor in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1938)Bruce Bennett and Lee Powell in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1938)Bruce Bennett and Lee Powell in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1938)Montagu Love, Bruce Bennett, and Lee Powell in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1943)Montagu Love, Bruce Bennett, Lee Powell, Hugh Sothern, Eleanor Stewart, and Forrest Taylor in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1938)Bruce Bennett and Lee Powell in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1943)Bruce Bennett and Lee Powell in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1943)Montagu Love, Bruce Bennett, Lee Powell, Hugh Sothern, and Forrest Taylor in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1938)Bruce Bennett, Edmund Cobb, and Lee Powell in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1938)Bruce Bennett, Edmund Cobb, Lee Powell, and Lloyd Whitlock in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1938)Bruce Bennett and Lee Powell in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1938)Bruce Bennett, Sam Flint, Perry Ivins, Lee Powell, Francis Sayles, and Hugh Sothern in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1938)Montagu Love, Bruce Bennett, and Lee Powell in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1938)Bruce Bennett, Lee Powell, and Hugh Sothern in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1938)Montagu Love, Bruce Bennett, Lee Powell, Hugh Sothern, Eleanor Stewart, and Forrest Taylor in The Fighting Devil Dogs (1938)Bruce Bennett, Lee Powell, and Hal Taliaferro in The Lone Ranger (1938)Bruce Bennett, Lee Powell, and Chief Thundercloud in The Lone Ranger (1938)Bruce Bennett, George Cleveland, Sammy McKim, Lee Powell, Lynne Roberts, and Chief Thundercloud in The Lone Ranger (1938)Bruce Bennett, Lane Chandler, George Montgomery, Lee Powell, and Hal Taliaferro in The Lone Ranger (1938)Stanley Andrews, Bruce Bennett, Lane Chandler, John Merton, Lee Powell, and Hal Taliaferro in The Lone Ranger (1938)Bruce Bennett, Ray Bennett, Lane Chandler, John Merton, George Montgomery, Hal Taliaferro, and Maston Williams in The Lone Ranger (1938)Bruce Bennett, Lane Chandler, George Montgomery, Lee Powell, Lynne Roberts, Chief Thundercloud, and Hal Taliaferro in The Lone Ranger (1938)Bruce Bennett, Lane Chandler, George Montgomery, Lee Powell, and Hal Taliaferro in Hi-Yo Silver (1940)Bruce Bennett, Lane Chandler, and Lee Powell in Hi-Yo Silver (1940)
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Biography

Herman Brix was a star shot-putter in the 1928 Olympics. After losing the lead in MGM's Tarzan the Ape Man (1932) due to a shoulder injury, he was contracted by Ashton Dearholt for his independent production of The New Adventures of Tarzan (1935), a serial and the only Tarzan film between the silents and the 1960s to present the character ... See full bio »
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