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Also Known As: Thomas Hardie Chalmers Died:
Born: October 20, 1884 Cause of Death:
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Thomas Chalmers was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1925, he appeared in "The Wild Duck" on Broadway. In 1928, he directed the short "The Treasurer's Report." In 1923, he made his screen debut in "Puritan Passions. Chalmers began his career with a role in the comedy adaptation "Romanoff and Juliet" (1961) with Peter Ustinov. Chalmers next focused his career on film, appearing in the Jean Simmons dramatic adaptation "All the Way Home" (1963). Later in his career, Chalmers acted in the dramatic adaptation "The Outrage" (1964) with Paul Newman. Chalmers passed away in June 1966 at the age of 82.

Thomas Chalmers was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1925, he appeared in "The Wild Duck" on Broadway. In 1928, he directed the short "The Treasurer's Report." In 1923, he made his screen debut in "Puritan Passions. Chalmers began his career with a role in the comedy adaptation "Romanoff and Juliet" (1961) with Peter Ustinov. Chalmers next focused his career on film, appearing in the Jean Simmons dramatic adaptation "All the Way Home" (1963). Later in his career, Chalmers acted in the dramatic adaptation "The Outrage" (1964) with Paul Newman. Chalmers passed away in June 1966 at the age of 82.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The Outrage (1964) Judge
2.
 All the Way Home (1963) Joel
3.
 Romanoff and Juliet (1961) Chief executive
4.
 Anything Can Happen (1952) Judge
5.
 Blind Alleys (1927) Dr. Webster
6.
 Puritan Passions (1923) The minister
7.
 Farmer's Daughter, The (1962) Johnson
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