Al Haskell

Highest Rated: 67% Crisis (1950)
Lowest Rated: 67% Crisis (1950)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
Yet another country & western music performer turned B-Western bit player, mustachioed Al Haskell and his accordion joined Johnny Luther, Chuck Baldra, Jack Jones and, to the regret of his fans, a singing Ken Maynard in Honor of the Range (1934), and later performed with Oscar Gahan and Rudy Sooter in Roy Rogers' Frontier Pony Express (1939). As an actor, Haskell would appear in nearly 100 B-Westerns and serials, almost always unbilled and often playing a henchman. His screen career lasted well into the 1950s.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Silver Lode Deputy 1954
No Score Yet The Stranger Wore a Gun Posse Man 1953
67% Crisis Soldier 1950
No Score Yet The Spanish Main Officer 1945
No Score Yet Sheriff of Tombstone Barfly (uncredited) 1941
No Score Yet Back in the Saddle Townsman 1941
No Score Yet Down Mexico Way Pancho Rider 1941
No Score Yet Wrangler's Roost Barfly (uncredited) 1941
No Score Yet Rough Riders' Round-up Henchman 1939
No Score Yet Mexicali Rose Pedro 1939
No Score Yet I Dream Too Much Wagon Driver 1935
No Score Yet Mystery Mountain henchman 1934

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Bonanza
1959-1973
Barfly
  • 1964

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