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Billy Hauber

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One of the great stunt men of the silent era, Billy Hauber began his career with Mack Sennett's Keystone company in Eddendale, CA, where he played Mabel Normand's co-driver in Mabel at the Wheel (1913) and doubled several supporting actors in Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle's Fatty's Flirtation. Hauber was also in Charles Chaplin's His New Profession (1914), as a cop, and Tango Tangles (1914), as a "flautist." Despite the fact that Larry Semon always claimed to have performed his own stunts, Hauber actually stood in for the whitefaced comic on numerous occasions, including The Grocery Clerk (1920) and the feature presentation The Wizard of Oz (1925). Hauber was reportedly killed in an airplane crash along with a group of fellow stunt men and camera operators.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Rival Mashers
  • Movie Patron
1914
No Score Yet The Good for Nothing
  • Policeman
1914
No Score Yet Tango Tangles
  • Flautist
1914

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