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Dick Hogan



A former singer for the Glen Miller Orchestra, Dick Hogan changed gears and became a supporting actor in numerous second-string adventures and Westerns, including Submarine Patrol (1938), Rancho Grande (1940), and Shed No Tears (1948). His final film role was that of a corpse in Alfred Hitchcock's Rope (1948). Upon his retirement from acting, Hogan moved to Little Rock, AR, and became an insurance agent.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
97% Rope
  • David Kentley
1948
No Score Yet So Proudly We Hail!
  • Flight Lt. Archie McGregor
1943
No Score Yet Action in the North Atlantic
  • Cadet Robert Parker
1943
No Score Yet They Came to Blow Up America
  • Coast Guardsman
1943
No Score Yet Ten Gentlemen from West Point
  • Cadet
1942
No Score Yet Pot o' Gold
  • Willie McCorkle
1941
No Score Yet Play Girl
  • Bellhop
1941
No Score Yet The Fargo Kid
  • Young Man with Ore (uncredited)
1940
No Score Yet Mexican Spitfire Out West
  • Bellhop
1940
No Score Yet Lucky Partners
  • Bellboy
1940
No Score Yet Rancho Grande
  • Tom Dodge
1940
No Score Yet Fifth Avenue Girl
  • Skippy's Friend
1939
No Score Yet Five Came Back
  • Larry
1939
No Score Yet Submarine Patrol
  • Johnny Miller
1938
No Score Yet Saturday's Heroes
  • Freshman
1937

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