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Also Known As: Died: January 9, 1978
Born: April 18, 1881 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Marshall, Missouri, USA Profession: actor, producer

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Noble Johnson was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in his acting career, Johnson landed roles in various films, including "The Wallop" (1921), "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" (1921) and "Adventures of Robinson Crusoe" (1922). He also appeared in "The Ten Commandments" (1923), the adventure "The Thief of Bagdad" (1924) with Douglas Fairbanks and the comedy "The Navigator" (1924) with Buster Keaton. He continued to work steadily in film throughout the twenties and the thirties, appearing in "Sal of Singapore" (1929), the adventure "The Four Feathers" (1929) with William Frederick Peters and the drama "The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu" (1929) with Warner Oland. He also appeared in "Moby Dick" (1930) with John Barrymore. In the latter part of his career, he tackled roles in "Frontier Pony Express" (1939), "Juarez" (1939) with Paul Muni and the Roy Rogers western "The Ranger and the Lady" (1940). He also appeared in the Bob Hope comedy adaptation "The Ghost Breakers" (1940) and "Aloma of the South Seas" (1941). Johnson was most recently credited in "Sherman Oaks" (CBS, 1994-97). Johnson passed away in January 1978 at the age of 97.

Noble Johnson was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in his acting career, Johnson landed roles in various films, including "The Wallop" (1921), "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" (1921) and "Adventures of Robinson Crusoe" (1922). He also appeared in "The Ten Commandments" (1923), the adventure "The Thief of Bagdad" (1924) with Douglas Fairbanks and the comedy "The Navigator" (1924) with Buster Keaton. He continued to work steadily in film throughout the twenties and the thirties, appearing in "Sal of Singapore" (1929), the adventure "The Four Feathers" (1929) with William Frederick Peters and the drama "The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu" (1929) with Warner Oland. He also appeared in "Moby Dick" (1930) with John Barrymore. In the latter part of his career, he tackled roles in "Frontier Pony Express" (1939), "Juarez" (1939) with Paul Muni and the Roy Rogers western "The Ranger and the Lady" (1940). He also appeared in the Bob Hope comedy adaptation "The Ghost Breakers" (1940) and "Aloma of the South Seas" (1941). Johnson was most recently credited in "Sherman Oaks" (CBS, 1994-97). Johnson passed away in January 1978 at the age of 97.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 North of the Great Divide (1950) Chief Nogura
2.
 Rock Island Trail (1950) Bent Creek
3.
 She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949) Red Shirt
4.
 The Gallant Legion (1948) Chief Black Eagle
5.
 Dream Girl (1948) Bartender
6.
 Along the Oregon Trail (1947) Indian chief
7.
 Hard Boiled Mahoney (1947) Hasson
8.
 Slave Girl (1947) Native guard
9.
 Unconquered (1947) Big Ottowa Indian
10.
 Plainsman and the Lady (1946) Wassac
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