Gil Perkins Movies List

Gil Perkins
Gil Perkins
24-08-1907
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
15
Mutiny on the Bounty

Actor Gil Perkins Filmography

Showing 1 to 10 of 15 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 15 movies
Lost Flight
Lost Flight ( English )
Director: Leonard Horn
Music Director: Dominic Frontiere , Stanley Wilson
Release date: 13-08-1970
Batman
Batman ( English )
Release date: 30-07-1966
Spartacus
Spartacus ( English )
Director: Stanley Kubrick , Marshall Green
Music Director: Alex North , Ronald Pierce , Murray Spivack , Waldon O. Watson , Joseph Gershenson
Release date: 06-10-1960
Roadblock
Roadblock ( English )
Director: Harold Daniels
Music Director: Paul Sawtell , C. Bakaleinikoff , Francis M. Sarver , Clem Portman , Leona Davidson
Release date: 17-09-1951
His Kind of Woman
His Kind of Woman ( English )
Director: John Farrow , Richard Fleischer , Frank Baur , Sam Ruman
Release date: 29-08-1951
Neptune's Daughter
Neptune's Daughter ( English )
Director: Edward Buzzell
Music Director: Leo Arnaud , George Stoll
Release date: 09-06-1949
G-Men Never Forget
G-Men Never Forget ( English )
Release date: 31-01-1948
The Killers
The Killers ( English )
Music Director: Miklós Rózsa , Bernard B. Brown , William Hedgcock , Eugene Zador
Release date: 28-08-1946
Slightly Dangerous
Slightly Dangerous ( English )
Director: Wesley Ruggles
Release date: 01-04-1943
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Showing 1 to 10 of 15 movies

Gil Perkins Biography

Gilbert Vincent Perkins (24 August 1907 – 28 March 1999) was an Australian film and television actor. A champion athlete and trackman in his native northern Australia, Gil Perkins always wanted to get into films; as a teenager he virtually ran away from home, taking a job as a deck hand on a Norwegian freighter. He eventually landed in Hollywood in the late '20s, during the era of part-silent, part-talkie movies, and (because his accent was mistaken for English) he played young Englishmen in some of his first films. He soon drifted into stuntwork, regularly doubling cowboy star William Boyd and putting a red toupee over his own blond hair to double 'Red Skelton', among others. Some of his most notable stunt jobs were in the sci-fi/horror field. He doubled star Bruce Cabotthroughout King Kong (1933), stood in for Spencer Tracy as Mr. Hyde in Dr. Jekyll et Mr. Hyde (1941) and replaced Bela Lugosi as the Monster in the climactic battle sequence of Frankenstein rencontre le loup-garou (1943). In addition to his feature films, Perkins turned up regularly in serials and on TV. On many occasions he worked with special effects and rigging departments, setting up large action scenes. By the 1960s he was doing more acting than stunts; he "officially" retired in 1972, although he took a number of subsequent jobs. - IMDb Mini Biography

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