Chick Chandler

Birthday: Jan 18, 1905
Birthplace: Not Available
American actor Chick Chandler was an army brat, the son of a much-travelled military surgeon. Chandler was groomed for a career in uniform, but he dropped out of military school and headed for Hollywood. He worked as a prop man and gopher before making his first film appearance in 1925's Red Love. Polishing his craft in vaudeville and legitimate theatre, Chandler was much in demand once the movies began to talk in 1929. He starred in his own series of two-reelers at RKO, and also made feature-film appearances in such RKO features as Melody Cruise and Murder on a Honeymoon. By the mid-1930s, Chandler was an accomplished monologist and hoofer, enabling him to attain a 20th Century-Fox contract. Perhaps too brash and abrasive to make it as a leading man, Chandler nonetheless thrived as a supporting actor. Once in a while he'd play the romantic lead, but it was usually in poverty-row items like PRC's Seven Doorways to Death (1943). While he remained in films until the late 1960s, it was television that afforded Chick Chandler his most substantial latter-day assignments: he co-starred with John Russell on the 1955 syndicated adventure weekly Soldiers of Fortune, and was a regular as the hero's father on the 1961 "newlywed" sitcom One Happy Family.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Girl Who Knew Too Much Hunley 1969
73% It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World Detective Outside Laundromat 1963
No Score Yet Dangerous Charter Kick 1962
No Score Yet The Runaway Actor 1962
No Score Yet Battle Cry Chaplain 1955
67% There's No Business Like Show Business Harry 1954
97% A Star Is Born Man in Car 1954
100% It Should Happen to You Engineer 1954
No Score Yet 3 Ring Circus (Jerrico, the Wonder Clown) Pitchman 1954
No Score Yet Steel Town Ernie 1952
No Score Yet Lost Continent Lt. Danny Wilson 1951
No Score Yet Mr. Imperium George Hoskins 1951
89% Show Boat Herman 1951
No Score Yet A Christmas Wish (The Great Rupert) Phil Davis 1950
No Score Yet Bright Leaf Tobacco Auctioneer 1950
No Score Yet Holiday Affair New Year's Celebrant (uncredited) 1949
No Score Yet Every Girl Should Be Married Soda Clerk 1949
No Score Yet Family Honeymoon Taxi Driver 1948
No Score Yet Blondie's Reward Bill Cooper 1948
No Score Yet Mother Wore Tights Ed 1947
No Score Yet Nob Hill Guide 1945
No Score Yet Leave It to Blondie Eddie Baxter 1945
No Score Yet Irish Eyes Are Smiling Stage Manager 1944
No Score Yet Seven Doors to Death Jimmy McMillan 1944
No Score Yet Hi Diddle Diddle Chauffeur 1943
No Score Yet Spy Train Stew Stewart 1943
No Score Yet Action in the North Atlantic Goldberg 1943
No Score Yet Minesweeper Corney Welch 1943
No Score Yet Rhythm Parade Speed 1943
No Score Yet Springtime in the Rockies Stage Manager 1942
No Score Yet Baby Face Morgan Oliver Harrison 1942
No Score Yet The Magnificent Dope Reporter 1942
No Score Yet Home in Wyomin' 'Hack' Hackett 1942
No Score Yet Remember the Day Mr. Mason 1941
83% I Wake Up Screaming Reporter 1941
No Score Yet It Started with Eve Frank (the newspaper reporter) 1941
No Score Yet Blondie in Society Peters 1941
No Score Yet The People vs. Dr. Kildare (My Life Is Yours) Dan Morton 1941
No Score Yet The Bride Came C.O.D. 1st Reporter 1941
No Score Yet Hollywood Cavalcade Chick, Assistant Director 1939
No Score Yet Rose of Washington Square Master of Ceremonies 1939
No Score Yet Hotel for Women Ben Ritchie 1939
No Score Yet Kentucky Clerk 1938
80% Alexander's Ragtime Band Louie 1938
No Score Yet Mr. Moto Takes a Chance Chick Davis 1938
No Score Yet Sing and Be Happy Mike 1937
No Score Yet Tango Oliver Huston 1936
No Score Yet Mistaken Identity Actor 1936
No Score Yet Circumstantial Evidence James Richard 'Jim' Baldwin 1935
No Score Yet Lightning Strikes Twice Marty Hicks 1934
No Score Yet Melody Cruise Hickey, Steward 1933
No Score Yet Blood Money Drury Darling 1933


No Score Yet Bonanza
Nate Doc Garroway Dr. Mills Judge
  • 1971
  • 1970
  • 1969
  • 1967
No Score Yet Maverick
Oliver "Slippery" Perkins
  • 1962
No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents
  • 1956
No Score Yet I Love Lucy
Billy Hackett
  • 1955


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