Snub Pollard Movies List

Snub Pollard
Snub Pollard
09-11-1889
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
59
His Regeneration

Actor Snub Pollard Filmography

Showing 1 to 10 of 59 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 59 movies
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Artist: John Wayne , James Stewart , Vera Miles , Lee Marvin , Edmond O'Brien
Director: John Ford , Wingate Smith
Music Director: Cyril J. Mockridge , Jack Hayes , Leo Shuken , Irvin Talbot
Release date: 22-04-1962
Pocketful of Miracles
Pocketful of Miracles ( English )
Music Director: Walter Scharf , Jimmy Van Heusen
Release date: 19-12-1961
Master of the World
Master of the World ( English )
Director: William Witney
Music Director: Les Baxter
Release date: 01-05-1961
Runaway Daughters
Runaway Daughters ( English )
Director: Edward L. Cahn
Release date: 20-01-1956
Friendly Persuasion
Friendly Persuasion ( English )
Director: William Wyler
Music Director: Walter Mirisch
Release Year: 1956
The Fast and the Furious
Artist: John Ireland , Dorothy Malone , Bruce Carlisle , Iris Adrian , Marshall Bradford
Music Director: Alexander Gerens , Dean Thomas
Release date: 15-02-1955
Limelight
Limelight ( English )
Music Director: Charlie Chaplin
Release date: 31-10-1952
Walk Softly, Stranger
Walk Softly, Stranger ( English )
Director: Robert Stevenson
Music Director: Friedrich Hollaender
Release date: 14-10-1950
Where the Sidewalk Ends
Director: Otto Preminger , Henry Weinberger , Kathleen Fagan
Release date: 26-06-1950
Adam's Rib
Adam's Rib ( English )
Director: George Cukor , Joel Freeman , Jack Greenwood
Release date: 18-11-1949
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Showing 1 to 10 of 59 movies

Snub Pollard Biography

The slight frame (5' 6"), pale, serious countenance, and dark, droopy mustache are unmistakeable, definitive identification badges in recalling silent comedian Harry "Snub" Pollard. Born in Australia as Harry Fraser, he joined a vaudeville troupe, which toured the United States around 1910. The troupe broke up there and Harry decided to stay, dubbing himself with "Pollard" as a last name moniker. He started off at the Essenay Film Studios in 1911 and briefly worked with the Keystone Kops. Hal Roach took an avid interest and, in 1915, had Snub co-starring with Harold Lloyd and Bebe Daniels in the highly successful Lonesome Luke series, which ran for years (86 films in all). In 1919, Snub took a chance and ventured on with his own solo one- and two-reelers with sights gags and gimmicks-a-plenty. Many of them were ably directed by Charley Chase and co-starred Marie Mosquini as his frequent leading lady. His "second banana" status, however, was firmly entrenched, and his vehicles were met with only a modicum of interest. He also made personal appearances on the farcical stage. His production company, created in 1926, eventually folded and he was relegated to supporting other top comedians again, notably Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy and Andy Clyde, or appearing in poverty-row programmers. By the late 1930s, he was (ironically) reduced to silent, atmospheric bits in talking pictures. One last hurrah would be his playing of Pee Wee, sidekick to cowboy Tex Ritter, in a series of minor westerns. Thereafter, Snub continued obscurely in films until his death in 1962 of cancer. His sister was comedy actress Daphne Pollard who also entertained audiences with her own short films. Date of Death 19 January 1962, Burbank, California  (cancer)

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Harold Lloyd
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