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Also Known As: Died: October 12, 1967
Born: August 8, 1895 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Davenport, Iowa, USA Profession: actor, professional wrestler

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Nat Pendleton was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Pendleton's earliest roles were in film, including "Last of the Duanes" (1930), the comedic adaptation "The Big Pond" (1930) with Maurice Chevalier and the Milton Sills action movie "The Sea Wolf" (1930). He also appeared in "Fair Warning" (1931), "Blonde Crazy" (1931) and the James Cagney action flick "Taxi" (1932). He continued to work steadily in film throughout the thirties, appearing in "The Gay Bride" (1934), "The Defense Rests" (1934) and "The Girl From Missouri" (1934) with Jean Harlow. He also appeared in "The Thin Man" (1934). Nearing the end of his career, he tackled roles in "The Secret of Dr. Kildare" (1939), "Calling Dr. Kildare" (1939) and the drama "Burn 'Em Up O'Connor" (1939) with Dennis O'Keefe. He also appeared in the Groucho Marx comedy "At the Circus" (1939) and the dramatic adaptation "On Borrowed Time" (1939) with Lionel Barrymore. Pendleton last acted in the Bela Lugosi thriller "Scared to Death" (1947). Pendleton passed away in October 1967 at the age of 72.

Nat Pendleton was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Pendleton's earliest roles were in film, including "Last of the Duanes" (1930), the comedic adaptation "The Big Pond" (1930) with Maurice Chevalier and the Milton Sills action movie "The Sea Wolf" (1930). He also appeared in "Fair Warning" (1931), "Blonde Crazy" (1931) and the James Cagney action flick "Taxi" (1932). He continued to work steadily in film throughout the thirties, appearing in "The Gay Bride" (1934), "The Defense Rests" (1934) and "The Girl From Missouri" (1934) with Jean Harlow. He also appeared in "The Thin Man" (1934). Nearing the end of his career, he tackled roles in "The Secret of Dr. Kildare" (1939), "Calling Dr. Kildare" (1939) and the drama "Burn 'Em Up O'Connor" (1939) with Dennis O'Keefe. He also appeared in the Groucho Marx comedy "At the Circus" (1939) and the dramatic adaptation "On Borrowed Time" (1939) with Lionel Barrymore. Pendleton last acted in the Bela Lugosi thriller "Scared to Death" (1947). Pendleton passed away in October 1967 at the age of 72.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Buck Privates Come Home (1947) Sgt. Collins
2.
 Scared to Death (1947) Bill Raymond
3.
 Death Valley (1946) Jim Ward
4.
 Murder, My Sweet (1944)
5.
 Swing Fever (1944) "Killer" Kennedy
6.
 Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case (1943) Joe Weyman
7.
 Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant (1942) Joe Weyman
8.
 Calling Dr. Gillespie (1942) Joe Wayman
9.
 The Mad Doctor of Market Street (1942) Red [Hogan]
10.
 Jail House Blues (1942) Sonny McGann
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