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John 'Beans' Reardon (1897–1984)

John 'Beans' Reardon was born on November 23, 1897 in Taunton, Massachusetts, USA as John Edward Reardon. He was an actor, known for 1949 World Series (1949), The Kid from Left Field (1953) and Klondike Annie (1936). He was married to Marie Pickett. He died on July 31, 1984 in Long Beach, California, USA. See full bio »

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1949 World Series
1949 World Series Himself - First Base Umpire / Himself - Home Plate Umpire / Himself - Second Base Umpire / Himself - Third Base Umpire
(1949)
Klondike Annie
Klondike Annie Minor Role
(1936)
Internes Can't Take Money
(1937)

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 1953 The Kid from Left Field
Umpire (uncredited)
 1937 Internes Can't Take Money
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1936 Klondike Annie
Minor Role (uncredited)
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 1954 The Jack Benny Program (TV Series)
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- The Giant Mutiny (1954) ... Himself
 1949 1949 World Series (TV Series)
Himself - First Base Umpire / Himself - Second Base Umpire / Himself - Third Base Umpire / ...
- Game 5 (1949) ... Himself - First Base Umpire
- Game 4 (1949) ... Himself - Second Base Umpire
- Game 3 (1949) ... Himself - Third Base Umpire
- Game 2 (1949) ... Himself - Home Plate Umpire
- Game 1 (1949) ... Himself - First Base Umpire
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5' 9" (1.75 m)
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Umpired first major league game 13 April 1926; umpired final major league game 2 October 1949. See more »

Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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