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Clyde Dilson (1899–1957)

Clyde Dilson was born on May 7, 1899 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor, known for The Green Hornet (1940), There Goes My Girl (1937) and Men Without Names (1935). He died on January 25, 1957 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »
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Known For

The Green Hornet
The Green Hornet Meadows [Ch. 5]
There Goes My Girl
There Goes My Girl Actor Shot at Wedding
Men Without Names
13 Hours by Air
13 Hours by Air Fat Richhauser


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 1944 Take It Big
Diner hit with Salt (uncredited)
 1943 Tornado
Nugent (uncredited)
 1940 Slightly Tempted
Businessman (uncredited)
 1940 Up in the Air
 1940 Argentine Nights
McIntyre (uncredited)
 1940 The Green Hornet
Meadows [Ch. 5]
 1939 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Reporter (uncredited)
 1939 The Spellbinder
Duffy - Second Trial Bailiff (uncredited)
 1939 Ex-Champ
Official (uncredited)
 1939 Big Town Czar
Morgan (uncredited)
 1938 Secrets of a Nurse
Ring Doctor
 1937 The Duke Comes Back
 1937 Submarine D-1
Admiral Thomas' Aide (uncredited)
 1937 Under Suspicion
 1937 The Game That Kills
Steven Morean
 1937 It Can't Last Forever
Louie (uncredited)
 1937 Midnight Madonna (uncredited)
 1937 There Goes My Girl
Actor Shot at Wedding
 1936 Under Your Spell
Sponsor (uncredited)
 1936 The Crime of Dr. Forbes
Riley (uncredited)
 1936 13 Hours by Air
Fat Richhauser
 1936 Florida Special
 1936 You May Be Next!
Nick Barrow
 1935 Fighting Youth
Manchester Alumnus (uncredited)
 1935 King Solomon of Broadway
 1935 Men Without Names
 1935 Let 'em Have It
Pete (as Clyde Dillson)
 1935 Princess O'Hara
Mug (uncredited)
 1934 Call It Luck
Announcer (uncredited)
 1934 Stand Up and Cheer!
Correspondent (uncredited)
 1929 Unmasked

Personal Details

Other Works:

Buckaroo (1929). Melodrama/comedy. Written by Albert Wineman Barker, Edwin L. Barker and Charles Beahan. Directed and produced by Hamilton MacFadden. Erlanger's Theatre: 16 Mar 1929- Mar 1929 (closing date unknown/9 performances). As "Benny Morris." Cast: Bobby Allen, Edward Allen, Morris Ankrum, William Balfour, James Bell, ... See more »

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Clyde Dillson

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Appeared on Broadway infrequently from 1921-1929. Dilson's Broadway career was unspectacular; none of the 4 productions he appeared in were hits.

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