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Al Baffert



6'2" and weighing 210 pounds, European-born stunt performer Al Baffert was highly noticeable in action melodramas from his debut in the late '20s until at least 1959, when he appeared briefly in the low-budget Alaska Passage. Among Baffert's other screen adventures were the 1928 serial The Chinatown Mystery, in which he quite incongruously was beaten to a pulp by diminutive Joe Bonomo; What Price Crime?, as a wrestler; and as Utah the bartender opposite the Three Stooges in Gold Raiders (1951).

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Space Master X-7
  • Passenger
1958
No Score Yet The Storm Rider
  • Blackie
1957
No Score Yet Gold Raiders
  • Utah
1951
No Score Yet Park Avenue Logger
  • Logger (uncredited)
1937
No Score Yet What Price Crime
  • 'Battling' Brennan
1935

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