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Jack Woody was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1937, he made his film debut in "There Goes My Girl." In 1953, he appeared in "The Sabre and the Arrow." Woody began his career with a role in the remake "Last of the Comanches" (1953) with Broderick Crawford. Woody began to focus on film after appearing in "Riding Shotgun" (1954). Later in his career, Woody acted in the western "Day of the Outlaw" (1959) with Robert Ryan. Woody was married to Helen Twelvetrees. Woody passed away in February 1969 at the age of 73.

Jack Woody was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1937, he made his film debut in "There Goes My Girl." In 1953, he appeared in "The Sabre and the Arrow." Woody began his career with a role in the remake "Last of the Comanches" (1953) with Broderick Crawford. Woody began to focus on film after appearing in "Riding Shotgun" (1954). Later in his career, Woody acted in the western "Day of the Outlaw" (1959) with Robert Ryan. Woody was married to Helen Twelvetrees. Woody passed away in February 1969 at the age of 73.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Day of the Outlaw (1959) Shorty
2.
 The Bounty Hunter (1954) Sims, Crow's Nest storekeeper
3.
 Riding Shotgun (1954) Hardpan
4.
 Crime Wave (1954) Stoolie
5.
 The Stranger Wore a Gun (1953) Guerrilla
6.
 House of Wax (1953) Morgue attendant
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 Last of the Comanches (1953) Corp. Floyd
8.
 Thunder Over the Plains (1953) Henley
9.
 Carson City (1952) Clem
10.
 Springfield Rifle (1952) Sims
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