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Duffy Hambleton

Duffy Hambleton was born in 1937 as Ronald Hambleton. He is known for his work on THX 1138 (1971), Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (1974) and Bound for Glory (1976). See full bio »


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Known For

THX 1138
THX 1138 Stunts
Bound for Glory
Mitchell Stunts


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 1983 Murder 1, Dancer 0 (TV Movie) (stunt coordinator)
 1981 The Monkey Mission (TV Movie) (stunt coordinator)
 1981 The Big Black Pill (TV Movie) (stunt coordinator)
 1976 Bound for Glory (stunts)
 1976 Midway (stunts - uncredited)
 1975 Mitchell (stunts - uncredited)
 1975 Race with the Devil (stunts - uncredited)
 1974 Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (stunt coordinator - as Duffy Hambledon)
 1973 Cleopatra Jones (stunts - uncredited)
 1971 THX 1138 (bike stunts - as Duffy Hamilton)
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 1976 Jackson County Jail
Sam Mayers
 1976 Baretta (TV Series)
- The Blood Bond (1976)
 1975 S.W.A.T. (TV Series)
- Criss-Cross (1975) ... Cal
 1975 Mitchell
Edmondo Bocca
 1974 Hangup
 1974 Mannix (TV Series)
Hit Man
- Portrait in Blues (1974) ... Hit Man
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 1979 Silent Victory: The Kitty O'Neil Story (TV Movie) (executive producer)

Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Duffy Hambledon | Duffy Hamilton

Did You Know?


Director George Lucas was angry during the 1971 filming of THX 1138 when people rushed to the aid of Duffy Hambleton. He was upset because he thought they may have ruined his spectacular shots of Hambleton's amazing stunt. The stuntman had just roared his police motorcycle at full sped into a fallen paint stand that had been built to Hambleton's specifications. As he flew over the handlebars he ... See more »

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