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Tom London and George J. Lewis in The Wolf Dog (1933)Tom London, Monte Hale, Earle Hodgins, Jack Kirk, Allan Lane, and Linda Stirling in The Topeka Terror (1945)Tom London, Robert Frazer, Robert Livingston, and Bob Steele in Pals of the Pecos (1941)Tom London, Rufe Davis, Robert Frazer, June Johnson, Robert Livingston, and Bob Steele in Pals of the Pecos (1941)Stanley Blystone, Tom London, Herman Hack, Si Jenks, and Steve Pendleton in Trails End (1935)George Chesebro, Tom London, George Hazel, Fred Kohler Jr., and Blackjack Ward in Toll of the Desert (1935)Tom London, Fred Kohler Jr., and Blackie Whiteford in Toll of the Desert (1935)Tim McCoy, Tom London, and Jack Rube Clifford in The Revenge Rider (1935)Tom London and Kazan the Wonder Dog in Outlaw's Highway (1934)Jimmy Aubrey, Bob Card, Tom London, John Preston, and James Sheridan in Courage of the North (1935)Rita Hayworth, Tom London, George O'Brien, and Jack O'Shea in The Renegade Ranger (1938)Tom London, Kenne Duncan, Jack Kirk, and Allan Lane in Trail of Kit Carson (1945)Tom London, Bud Geary, and Allan Lane in Trail of Kit Carson (1945)Tom London, Jack Kirk, Allan Lane, Helen Talbot, and Twinkle Watts in Trail of Kit Carson (1945)Tom London and Allan Lane in Trail of Kit Carson (1945)Gene Autry, Tom London, and Bud Osborne in Prairie Moon (1938)Tom London, Bill Elliott, and Jack Kirk in Cheyenne Wildcat (1944)Smiley Burnette, Sunset Carson, and Tom London in Code of the Prairie (1944)Sunset Carson, Tom London, and Jack Kirk in Code of the Prairie (1944)Tom London, Earle Hodgins, Rose Plumer, and Allen D. Sewall in Phantom of the Plains (1945)Tom London, Sugar Dawn, and Archie Ricks in Dynamite Canyon (1941)Tom London, Bud Geary, Joe McGuinn, and Linda Stirling in The Cherokee Flash (1945)Robert Blake, Tom London, Allan Lane, Emmett Lynn, Arthur Space, and Martha Wentworth in Rustlers of Devil's Canyon (1947)Johnny Bond, Johnny Mack Brown, Tom London, John Judd, Tex Ritter, and Len Soward in Tenting Tonight on the Old Camp Ground (1943)Tom London, Herman Hack, Cliff Parkinson, and Henry Wills in The San Antonio Kid (1944)Tom London and Tom Neal in Thoroughbreds (1944)Tom London and Adele Mara in Thoroughbreds (1944)Tom London and Tom Mix in The Miracle Rider (1935)Tom London, Edmund Cobb, and Charles King in The Miracle Rider (1935)Tom London and Tom Mix in The Miracle Rider (1935)Rex Bell, Tom London, Gordon De Main, George 'Gabby' Hayes, Bob Kortman, and Cecilia Parker in The Fugitive (1933)John Wayne, Tom London, Ray Corrigan, and Max Terhune in Santa Fe Stampede (1938)Ethan Allen, Tom London, Ken Maynard, and Dave O'Brien in Flaming Lead (1939)Roy Rogers, Ken Carson, Tom London, Dale Evans, and William Haade in The Yellow Rose of Texas (1944)Tom London, Allan Lane, and Robert J. Wilke in Corpus Christi Bandits (1945)Tom London, William Malan, and Ted Wells in The Border Wildcat (1929)Tom London, Frank Clark, Morgan Davis, Leo D. Maloney, Nelson McDowell, Bud Osborne, and Joe Rickson in Border Blackbirds (1927)Tom London, Helen Foster, and Jack Perrin in The Harvest of Hate (1929)Tom London, Ben Corbett, Buddy Roosevelt, Bob Roper, and Jay Wilsey in Westward Bound (1930)Harry Carey and Tom London in The Last of the Clintons (1935)Tom London, Joe De La Cruz, Jack Perrin, Jayne Regan, and Slim Whitaker in The Cactus Kid (1935)Robert Blake, Tom London, Bill Elliott, Alice Fleming, and Russell Simpson in California Gold Rush (1946)Tom London, Jock Mahoney, and Dickie Moore in Cody of the Pony Express (1950)Harry Carey, Tom London, and Betty Mack in The Last of the Clintons (1935)Slim Balch, Tom London, Otto Hoffman, Robert McKenzie, Jay Novello, Ray Whitley, and The Six Bar Cowboys in Bandits and Ballads (1939)Kirk Alyn, Tom London, Maxine Doyle, Bill Elliott, Nancy Gay, George 'Gabby' Hayes, and Anne Jeffreys in Overland Mail Robbery (1943)Tom London, Steve Clark, and Jack Randall in Wild Horse Range (1940)Bob Card, Tom London, George Douglas, Raymond Hatton, Robert Livingston, Jack Montgomery, Tex Palmer, and Duncan Renaldo in Covered Wagon Days (1940)
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A character actor and veteran of hundreds of Hollywood westerns, Tom London seemed to be born in the saddle. As a trick rider he performed riding specialties in a number of films. His career started in the teens and through the 1920s he alternated between good guy and bad. He made appearances in non-westerns such as All Quiet on the Western Front ... See full bio »
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