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Al Mulock (1926–1968)

Al Mulock was born on June 30, 1926 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada as Alfred Mulok Rogers. He was an actor, known for The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966), Tarzan's Greatest Adventure (1959) and Battle Beneath the Earth (1967). He was married to Catherine Ellison and Steffi Henderson. He died in May 1968 in Guadix, Spain. See full bio »


(age 41) in Guadix, Spain

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Known For

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly One-Armed Bounty Hunter
Battle Beneath the Earth
Battle Beneath the Earth Sgt. Marvin Mulberry
Dr. Terror's House of Horrors
Dr. Terror's House of Horrors Detective (segment "Vampire")


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 1968 Once Upon a Time in the West
Knuckles - Member of Frank's Gang (uncredited)
 1967 Day of Anger
Wild Jack (uncredited)
 1967 Reflections in a Golden Eye
Private (uncredited)
 1967 Battle Beneath the Earth
Sgt. Marvin Mulberry
 1967 A Witch Without a Broom
Wurlitz the Wizard (as Al Muloc)
 1967 El tesoro de Makuba
 1967 The Cruel Ones
The Beggar
 1966 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
One-Armed Bounty Hunter (as Al Mulloch)
 1966 Lost Command
 1965 The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre (TV Series)
- Game for Three Losers (1965) ... Nick
 1965 Dr. Terror's House of Horrors
Detective (segment "Vampire")
 1965 Game for Three Losers
 1964 Espionage (TV Series)
Leo Worth
- We the Hunted (1964) ... Leo Worth
 1963 The Sentimental Agent (TV Series)
- A Very Desirable Plot (1963) ... Vincent
 1963 Ghost Squad (TV Series)
Dwight Sherman
- Quarantine at Kavar (1963) ... Dwight Sherman
 1963 Call Me Bwana
Second Henchman
 1963 Zero One (TV Series)
Radio Operator
- Downdraft (1963) ... Radio Operator
 1962 The Longest Day
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
 1961 Maigret (TV Series)
- The Golden Fleece (1961) ... Gassin
 1961 The Hellions
Mark Billings
 1961 The Mark
 1960 The Four Just Men (TV Series)
- Justice for Gino (1960) ... Lieutenant
 1960 Tarzan the Magnificent
Martin Banton
 1960 Saturday Playhouse (TV Series)
Captain Kingsley
- On the Edge (1960) ... Captain Kingsley
 1960 In the Nick
 1958-1960 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
Angelo Verona / Dr. Franks / Lanier
- On the Spot (1960) ... Angelo Verona
- The Deaf Heart (1958) ... Dr. Franks
- Noon on Doomsday (1958) ... Lanier
 1960 Jazz Boat
The Dancer
 1960 International Detective (TV Series)
Fred Clinton
- The Whitley Case (1960) ... Fred Clinton
 1958 The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw
Henchman (uncredited)
 1957-1958 The Vise (TV Series)
Vanders / Killer
- Death Has Three Faces (1958) ... Vanders
- Death by Delayed Payment (1957) ... Killer
 1958 Death Over My Shoulder
Brainy Peterson
 1958 High Hell
Frank Davidson
 1957 The One That Got Away
US Patrolman at Ogdensburg (uncredited)
 1957 Kill Me Tomorrow
 1957 Pickup Alley
 1956 ITV Television Playhouse (TV Series)
Paul Labarca
- The Lion's Share One Bright Day (1956) ... Paul Labarca
 1956 Wicked as They Come
Supporting Role (uncredited)
 1956 The Valiant (TV Movie)
Lorry Driver
 1955-1956 Rheingold Theatre (TV Series)
Denver Smith
- No Samples (1956)
- Room 506 (1955) ... Denver Smith
 1955 Three Empty Rooms (TV Movie)
Telephone Man
 1955 Joe MacBeth
First Assassin (as Alfred Mulock)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Al Mulloch | Alfred Muloc | Al Muloc | Alfred Mulock

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He committed suicide on the set of his last movie Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) by jumping from a hotel, on location in Guadix, Spain. One of the film's screenwriters Mickey Knox and production manager Claudio Mancini were in a hotel room when they saw his body pass their window. Mancini put Mulock in his car to drive him to the hospital. Knox claimed in an interview that before that, ... See more »

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