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Jimmy Hunt was born on December 4, 1939 in Los Angeles, California, USA as James Walter Hunt. He is an actor, known for Invaders from Mars (1953), Pitfall (1948) and Sorry, Wrong Number (1948). He has been married to Roswitha T. Jager since January 26, 1963. They have three children. See full bio »

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Known For

Invaders from Mars
Invaders from Mars David MacLean
(1953)
Pitfall
Pitfall Tommy Forbes
(1948)
Sorry, Wrong Number
Sorry, Wrong Number Peter Lord
(1948)
Invaders from Mars
Invaders from Mars Police Chief
(1986)

Filmography

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 1986 Invaders from Mars
Police Chief
 1953 All American
Whizzer
 1953 Here Come the Girls
Bang Crosby - Call Boy (uncredited)
 1950-1953 Fireside Theatre (TV Series)
Johnny
- The Hitchhiker (1953)
- The Kingdom Within (1950) ... Johnny
 1953 The Lone Hand
Joshua Hallock / Narrator
 1953 Invaders from Mars
David MacLean
 1952 Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie
Little Boy on Train (uncredited)
 1952 Belles on Their Toes
Fred Gilbreth (uncredited)
 1952 She Couldn't Say No
Digger
 1951 Week-End with Father
Garrett 'Gary' Bowen
 1951 The Blue Veil
Boy in Shop (uncredited)
 1951 Her First Romance
Herbie Foster
 1951 Katie Did It
Steven Goodrich
 1951 The Mating Season
Boy (uncredited)
 1950 Again... Pioneers
Nathaniel Ashby
 1950 Saddle Tramp
Robbie
 1950 Louisa
Chris Norton
 1950 Shadow on the Wall
Boy
 1950 Rock Island Trail
Stinky Tanner
 1950 The Capture
Mike
 1950 Cheaper by the Dozen
William Gilbreth (uncredited)
 1949 Holiday Affair
Boy Looking at Crowley's Trains (uncredited)
 1949 Rusty's Birthday
Jeff Neeley
 1949 Top o' the Morning
Pearse O'Neill
 1949 Special Agent
Tim Rumpler
 1948 Family Honeymoon
Charlie
 1948 Sorry, Wrong Number
Peter Lord
 1948 Pitfall
Tommy Forbes
 1948 Souvenirs of Death (Short)
Johnny (uncredited)
 1948 So This Is New York
Little Bobby in Play (uncredited)
 1948 The Fuller Brush Man
Junior (uncredited)
 1948 The Sainted Sisters
David Frisbee
 1948 The Mating of Millie
Tommy Bassett
 1947 Song of Love
Ludwig Schumann
 1947 Living in a Big Way
Michael Randall, Jr. (uncredited)
 1947 High Barbaree
Alec - Child (uncredited)
 1947 The Beginning or the End
Little Boy (uncredited)
 1947 My Brother Talks to Horses
Boy Walking With Three Dogs (uncredited)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He performed in the show, "Danny La Rue Show," at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, England with Danny La Rue, Mike Goddard, Los Diablos Del Bombo, David Ellen, Clovissa Newcombe, Johnny Hart, and Jenny Layland in the cast. Freddie Carpenter was director.

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Trivia:

As a touch of Hollywood inside humor, Jimmy was given one line in Invaders from Mars (1986), the remake of the 1953 sci-fi classic--Invaders from Mars (1953)--in which he starred. As he approaches the hill where the flying saucer has allegedly landed, he says, "I haven't been here in 40 years". As the cable channel American Movie Classics noted, that was fairly close. It had actually been 33 ... See more »

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