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Dan Dailey and Jack Pennick in When Willie Comes Marching Home (1950)Dan Dailey and Jack Pennick in When Willie Comes Marching Home (1950)John Wayne, Edmond O'Brien, and Jack Pennick in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)Ward Bond, Dick Foran, Victor McLaglen, and Jack Pennick in Fort Apache (1948)Pedro Armendáriz, Ward Bond, Dick Foran, Victor McLaglen, Jack Pennick, and Hank Worden in Fort Apache (1948)Henry Fonda, John Wayne, John Agar, Pedro Armendáriz, Victor McLaglen, George O'Brien, Jack Pennick, and Grant Withers in Fort Apache (1948)John Wayne, Frankie Avalon, Richard Widmark, Laurence Harvey, Ray Ackland, Charles Akins, Harold Allgood, Lee Allison, Eddie Juaregui, D.E. Barentine, Abe Blankenship, Danny Borzage, Buff Brady, Paul Breen, Jim Brewer, Jim Burk, Joe Canutt, Tap Canutt, A.R. Carpenter, Ed Carter, Ken Curtis, Bill Daniel, John Dierkes, Mickey Finn, Gerry Fisher, Karl Flenn, Fred Graham, Joe Graham, Big John Hamilton, Chuck Hayward, William Henry, Bob Morgan, Boyd 'Red' Morgan, Jack Pennick, Gil Perkins, Chuck Roberson, Dean Smith, Patrick Wayne, Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams, and Chill Wills in The Alamo (1960)Finis Barton, Marion Burns, Preston Foster, Arline Judge, Kenneth MacKenna, Frank Moran, and Jack Pennick in Sensation Hunters (1933)
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Biography

Jack Pennick was an American film actor, a familiar face, primarily in the movies of John Ford. He was born in Portland, Oregon, the son of gold miner Albert R. and Bessie (Murray) Pennick. After himself working as a gold miner, Pennick joined the U.S. Marine Corps and served, with the Pekin Legation Guard, in China in 1912 and in World War I. He ... See full bio »
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