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Osgood Perkins (1892–1937)

US stage actor who appeared sporadically in films of the 20s and 30s. See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1937 A Star Is Born
Otto (uncredited)
 1936 Gold Diggers of 1937
Morty Wethered
 1935 I Dream Too Much
Paul Darcy
 1934 Secret of the Chateau
Martin
 1934 The President Vanishes
Harris Brownell
 1934 Kansas City Princess
Marcel Duryea - French Private Eye
 1931 Tarnished Lady
Ben Sterner
 1929 Mother's Boy
Jake Sturmberg
 1929 Syncopation
Hummel
 1927 Knockout Reilly
Spider Cross
 1927 High Hat
The Assistant Director
 1926 Love 'Em and Leave 'Em
Lem Woodruff
 1925 Wild, Wild Susan
M. Crawford Dutton
 1924 The Puritans (Short)
Thomas Morton
 1924 Peter Stuyvesant (Short)
A Fop
 1924 Grit
Boris Giovanni Smith
 1923 Second Fiddle
 1922 The Cradle Buster
Crack 'Spoony'
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Other Works:

Stage Play: The School For Husbands. Musical comedy. Music by Edmond W. Rickett. Book by Arthur Guiterman and Lawrence Langner. Based on the play "L'École des maris" by Molière. Music arranged by Edmond W. Rickett. Lyrics by Arthur Guiterman. Musical Director: Edmond W. Rickett. Scenic Design by Lee Simonson. Costume Design by Lee Simonson... See more »

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Studied French at Harvard University. See more »

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Taurus

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