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William Holmes (II)

William Holmes is an actor, known for Daughter of the Sun God (1962), The Bushwhackers (1951) and In Old Amarillo (1951). See full bio »
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Known For

The Bushwhackers
The Bushwhackers 'Ding' Bell
In Old Amarillo
In Old Amarillo Henchman Martin
Utah Wagon Train
Utah Wagon Train Henchman Pete Millan


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 1959 The Lawless Years (TV Series)
- The Immigrant (1959) ... Gooby (as Billy Holmes)
 1951 The Cisco Kid (TV Series)
- Protective Association (1951) ... Henchman (as Bill Holmes)
- Stolen Bonds (1951) ... Henchman (as Bill Holmes)
 1951 Utah Wagon Train
Henchman Pete Millan
 1951 The Bushwhackers
'Ding' Bell (as Bill Holmes)
 1951 In Old Amarillo
Henchman Martin
 1947 The Sea of Grass
Gambler (uncredited)
 1945 The Picture of Dorian Gray
Club Member (uncredited)
 1935 Frisco Kid
Second Man (uncredited)

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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in the musical, "Careless Rapture," at the Hippodrome in Dudley, West Midlands, England with Barry Sinclair, Mary Allen, Arthur Hosking, Muriel Barron, Joan Norman, and Charles Gillespie in the cast.

Alternate Names:

Billy Holmes | Bill Holmes

Did You Know?


Wanting to be an actor, his father footed the bill for him to star in the early 1950s film Daughter of the Sun God (1962). The movie was so bad, however, that it took nearly a decade for it to be released. By that time, the actor was already out of the business. See more »

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