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Elmer Ballard (1879–1947)

Elmer Ballard was born on May 7, 1879 in Rochford, South Dakota, USA. He was an actor, known for The Squealer (1930), Green Eyes (1934) and Alibi (1929). He died on June 5, 1947 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Squealer Pimply-Face
Green Eyes Lenox, the Kester Butler
Alibi Soft Malone - Cab Driver


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 1943 Thank Your Lucky Stars
Pub Character in Errol Flynn Number (uncredited)
 1935 Les Misérables
Court Clerk (uncredited)
 1934 Green Eyes
Lenox, the Kester Butler
 1932 The Beast of the City
Mayor (uncredited)
 1931 Consolation Marriage
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
 1931 Little Caesar
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
 1930 The Doorway to Hell
Tommy - Louie's Chauffeur (uncredited)
 1930 The Squealer
 1930 The Fall Guy
'Hutch' (uncredited)
 1929 Her Private Affair
Ludwig Grimm (uncredited)
 1929 Thunderbolt
Prisoner #8 (uncredited)
 1929 Alibi
Soft Malone - Cab Driver (as Mr. Elmer Ballard)
 1917 Pinched (Short)
 1917 Over the Fence (Short)
 1917 Lonesome Luke, Mechanic (Short)
 1917 Stop! Luke! Listen! (Short)
 1916 Luke's Speedy Club Life (Short)

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Other Works:

Stage Play: Cappy Ricks. Written by Edward E. Rose. From the novel by Peter B. Kyne. Directed by Edward E. Rose and Franklin Underwood. Morosco Theatre: 13 Jan 1919- May 1919 (closing date unknown/128 performances). Cast: Elmer Ballard [final Broadway role], Marion Coakley, William Courtenay, Edward H. Horner, Norval Keedwell, Philip Lord,... See more »

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Mr. Elmer Ballard

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