Jack Roper

Birthday: Mar 25, 1904
Birthplace: Not Available
A real-life prize fighter, mustachioed, tough-looking Jack Roper began turning up in films shortly before sound. His busiest period, however, proved to be 1938-1950, where he portrayed various thugs, mugs, and fighters and can be seen in nearly all the Joe Palooka programmers from Monogram. His final screen appearance seems to have been in John Wayne's The Quiet Man (1952), in which he once again played a prize fighter. Roper spent his declining years as a resident of the Motion Picture Country House and Hospital. He died from throat cancer.

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
90% The Quiet Man Boxer 1952
No Score Yet The Jackpot Moving Man 1950
No Score Yet The Fabulous Dorseys Radio Station Attendant 1947
60% The Kid From Brooklyn Kelly's Fight Manager 1946
No Score Yet Joe Palooka, Champ Himself 1946
No Score Yet Dakota Bouncer 1945
No Score Yet Mom and Dad High School Coach 1945
No Score Yet Jack London Victor 1943
No Score Yet No Time for Love Sandhog 1943
No Score Yet Rolling Down the Great Divide Henchman 1942
83% Shadow of the Thin Man Mugg 1941
100% Never Give a Sucker an Even Break Joe 1941
No Score Yet Ridin' the Cherokee Trail Henchman 'Squint' 1941
No Score Yet North from the Lone Star Rawhide Fenton 1941
No Score Yet Tin Pan Alley Nick Palerno 1940
No Score Yet Hold That Woman Hood 1940
91% My Little Chickadee Henchman 1940
60% Angels over Broadway Eddie Burns 1940
No Score Yet Wall Street Cowboy Ducky 1939

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