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Fred Scott (I) (1902–1991)

Fred Scott was born on February 14, 1902 in Fresno, California, USA as Fred Leedon Scott. He was an actor, known for The Singing Buckaroo (1937), Melody of the Plains (1937) and Code of the Fearless (1939). He was married to Mary. He died on December 16, 1991 in Riverside, California. See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1942 Thundering Hoofs
Dave Armstrong
 1942 Rodeo Rhythm
Buck Knapp
 1940 Ridin' the Trail
Fred Martin
 1939 Two Gun Troubador
Fred Dean Sr. / Fred Dean Jr
 1939 In Old Montana
Fred Dawson
 1939 Code of the Fearless
Fred Jamison
 1938 Songs and Bullets
Melody Smith
 1938 Knight of the Plains
Fred
 1937 The Fighting Deputy
Tom Bentley
 1937 Moonlight on the Range
Jeff Peters / Tom 'Killer' Dane
 1937 Make a Wish
Minstrel
 1937 Melody of the Plains
Steve Condon
 1937 The Singing Buckaroo
Grant Gordon
 1937 The Roaming Cowboy
Cal Brent
 1936 Romance Rides the Range
Barry Glendon
 1936 The Last Outlaw
Larry Dixon (Movie Singing Cowboy)
 1936/I Flash Gordon
Soldier with Drugged Wine (uncredited)
 1933 The Singing Boxer (Short)
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1931 Beyond Victory
Fred
 1930 Swing High
Garry
 1930 The Grand Parade
Kelly
 1929 Rio Rita
Singing Texas Ranger (uncredited)
 1926 Bride of the Storm
Spike Mulligan
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Personal Details

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Height:

6' (1.83 m)
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

I don't ride anymore. I have a deal with horses - I don't get on them and they don't sell real estate.

Trivia:

Singing cowboy star of mid-1930's Poverty Row low budget westerns. A former vaudevillian, he began in films from 1924 with Pathe and Mack Sennett and was often partnered by comic sidekick Al St. John. He also sang with the San Francisco Light Opera Company. In later years, he became successful in Hollywood real estate. See more »

Nickname:

"The Silvery-Voiced Buckaroo"

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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