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Otto Hulett (1898–1983)


Otto Hulett was born on February 27, 1898 in Salina, Kansas, USA. He was an actor, known for The Mob (1951), ...One Third of a Nation... (1939) and I Spy (1955). He died in September 1983 in Katonah, Westchester County, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Mob
The Mob Police Lt. Banks
(1951)
...One Third of a Nation...
...One Third of a Nation... Assistant District Attorney
(1939)
I Spy
I Spy General Benedict Arnold
(1956)
Francis Goes to West Point
Francis Goes to West Point Chadwick - Football Coach
(1952)

Filmography

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 1957-1958 The Phil Silvers Show (TV Series)
Mr. Hawkins / The Bank President / Harry Sims
- Bilko's Vampire (1958) ... Mr. Hawkins
- The Big Man Hunt (1957) ... The Bank President
- The Secret Life of Sergeant Bilko (1957) ... Harry Sims
 1957 Studio 57 (TV Series)
- Typhoon (1957)
 1957 Four Boys and a Gun
District Attorney
 1956 Reprisal!
Sheriff Jim Dixon
 1956 Born Yesterday (TV Movie)
Ed Devery
 1956 I Spy (TV Series)
General Benedict Arnold
- Betrayal at West Point (1956) ... General Benedict Arnold
 1955 The Phenix City Story
Hugh Bentley
 1953 City That Never Sleeps
Sgt. John 'Pop' Kelly Sr.
 1953 Ambush at Tomahawk Gap
Stranton
 1952 You for Me
Hugo McDermad
 1952 Francis Goes to West Point
Chadwick - Football Coach
 1952 Sally and Saint Anne
Pop O'Moyne
 1952 Paula
Lieutenant Dargen
 1952 Carbine Williams
Mobley
 1951 The Mob
Police Lt. Banks
 1951 Saturday's Hero
Coach 'Preacher' Tennant
 1951 Her First Romance
Valentine Evans - Attorney at Law
 1939 ...One Third of a Nation...
Assistant District Attorney (as Otto Hulitt)
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Rock Me, Julie. Drama. Written by Kenneth Raisbeck. Directed by James Light. Royale Theatre: 3 Feb 1931- Feb 1931 (closing date unknown/7 performances). Cast: Jean Adair (as "Janet Satterlee"), Thomas Coffin Cooke (as "Joseph Satterlee"), Betty Hanna (as "Stella Satterlee Purss"), Otto Hulett (as "Guy Dexter"), Wanda Lyon (as "... See more »

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