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Also Known As: George Cheseborough, George Cheeseboro, George Cheseboro, George Chesboro, George Cheesebro, George Cheesboro, George Chesborough Died: May 28, 1959
Born: July 29, 1888 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA Profession: actor, vaudevillian

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George Chesebro was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Chesebro began his acting career with roles in such films as "The Lost City" (1920), "Wolf Blood" (1925) and "The Mile a Minute Man" (1926). He also appeared in "Show Boat" (1929) with Laura La Plante, "The Sheriff's Secret" (1931) and the western "The Kid From Arizona" (1931) with Jack Perrin. His film career continued throughout the thirties in productions like the Gene Autry musical "Red River Valley" (1936), the John Wayne western "The Lawless Nineties" (1936) and the Tom Tyler western "Pinto Rustlers" (1936). He also appeared in "Trail Dust" (1936). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in "The Medico of Painted Springs" (1941), "Perils of the Royal Mounted" (1942) and the Ray Corrigan western "Thunder River Feud" (1942). He also appeared in the western "Death Rides the Plains" (1943) with Robert Livingston and "The Valley of Vanishing Men" (1943) with Billy Elliott. Chesebro last acted in the western "Horsemen of the Sierras" (1949) with Charles Starrett. Chesebro passed away in May 1959 at the age of 71.

George Chesebro was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Chesebro began his acting career with roles in such films as "The Lost City" (1920), "Wolf Blood" (1925) and "The Mile a Minute Man" (1926). He also appeared in "Show Boat" (1929) with Laura La Plante, "The Sheriff's Secret" (1931) and the western "The Kid From Arizona" (1931) with Jack Perrin. His film career continued throughout the thirties in productions like the Gene Autry musical "Red River Valley" (1936), the John Wayne western "The Lawless Nineties" (1936) and the Tom Tyler western "Pinto Rustlers" (1936). He also appeared in "Trail Dust" (1936). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in "The Medico of Painted Springs" (1941), "Perils of the Royal Mounted" (1942) and the Ray Corrigan western "Thunder River Feud" (1942). He also appeared in the western "Death Rides the Plains" (1943) with Robert Livingston and "The Valley of Vanishing Men" (1943) with Billy Elliott. Chesebro last acted in the western "Horsemen of the Sierras" (1949) with Charles Starrett. Chesebro passed away in May 1959 at the age of 71.

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  Wolf Blood (1925) Director

CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The Boy from Oklahoma (1954) Man in crowd
2.
 Last of the Comanches (1953) Pete
3.
 Winning of the West (1953) Boone
4.
 The Silver Whip (1953)
5.
 Woman They Almost Lynched (1953) Townsman
6.
 The Frontier Phantom (1952) Bartender
7.
 Indian Uprising (1952) Man on street
8.
 Junction City (1952) Sheriff Jeff Clinton
9.
 Montana Territory (1952) Weasel
10.
 Montana Belle (1952) Deputy
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