Bernard Punsly (1923–2004)


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Bernard Punsly auditioned for the 1935 play "Dead End" on a lark - he had absolutely no show-business experience whatsoever, had never studied acting and had no desire to be an actor. He said that show business seemed like it might be fun, so he figured he'd give it a shot. To his surprise he was picked for he play, and when it turned out to be a ... See full bio »

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Hell's Kitchen Patrick Henry 'Ouch' Rosenbloom
(1939)
Dead End Milty
(1937)
(1941)

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 1942 Mug Town
Ape
 1942 Junior Army
Bad Eye - Gang Member (uncredited)
 1942 Tough As They Come
Ape
 1942 Junior G-Men of the Air
'Creaseball' Plunkett
 1941 Sea Raiders
Butch
 1941 Mob Town
Ape
 1941 Hit the Road
Ape
 1940 Give Us Wings
Ape
 1940 Junior G-Men
Lug
 1940 You're Not So Tough
Ape
 1939 On Dress Parade
Dutch (as Bernard Punsley)
 1939 Angels Wash Their Faces
Sleepy Arkelian (as Bernard Punsley)
 1939 Hell's Kitchen
Patrick Henry 'Ouch' Rosenbloom (as Bernard Punsley)
 1939 They Made Me a Criminal
Milt (as Bernard Punsley)
 1938 Angels with Dirty Faces
Hunky (as Bernard Punsley)
 1938 Little Tough Guy
Ape
 1938 Crime School
Fats (as Bernard Punsley)
 1938 The Big Broadcast of 1938
Caddy (uncredited)
 1937 Dead End
Milty
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I Love an Actress (1931). Comedy. Material adapted by Chester Erskine. Adapted from the Hungarian of Ladislas Fodor. Directed by Chester Erskin. Times Square Theatre: 17 Sep 1931- Oct 1931 (closing date unknown/20 performances). Cast: Walter Abel (as "George"), Gail Barrington, Alice Belmore (as "Caroline"), Robert Bowen, John ... See more »

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Retired from medical practice in the late 1980s. See more »

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Cancer

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