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Lloyd Corrigan

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Also Known As: Died: November 5, 1969
Born: October 16, 1900 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: San Francisco, California, USA Profession: Cast ... actor screenwriter director


Lloyd Corrigan was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Corrigan worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Hands Up!" with Raymond Griffith (1926), "It" (1927) starring Clara Bow and "Red Hair" (1928). He also contributed to "Sweetie" (1929), "The Campus Flirt" (1926) and "The Saturday Night Kid" with Clara Bow (1929). He kept working in film throughout the forties, starring in the Red Skelton comedy adaptation "Whistling in the Dark" (1941), the Ann Sothern comedy "Maisie Gets Her Man" (1942) and "Mystery of Marie Roget" (1942) with Patric Knowles. He also appeared in "Boston Blackie Goes Hollywood" (1942). In the latter half of his career, he continued to act in the dramedy "Two Smart People" (1946) with Lucille Ball, the Robert Cummings crime drama "The Chase" (1946) and "Stallion Road" (1947). He also appeared in "Blaze of Noon" (1947) and the Van Johnson comedy "The Bride Goes Wild" (1948). Corrigan was most recently credited in "Wyatt Earp: Return to Tombstone" (CBS, 1993-94). Corrigan passed away in November 1969 at the age of 69.

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