Merrill McCormick

Highest Rated: 100% Robin Hood (1922)
Lowest Rated: 100% Robin Hood (1922)
Birthday: Feb 5, 1892
Birthplace: Not Available
Bearded and scruffy-looking, William Merrill McCormick became one of the busiest character actors in B-Western history. Beginning his screen career in the late 1910s, McCormick excelled at playing unshaven henchmen, rustlers, stage robbers, and a host of other less-than-desirable prairie varmints. Rarely the main villain, he could usually be spotted sneering in the background alongside such fellow bit part players as Jim Corey, Bill Gillis, and Al Ferguson. Taking time out to direct good friend Marin Sais in a couple of very inexpensive oaters in 1923, McCormick kept up a hectic acting schedule that lasted well into the television era. He died of a heart attack right after finishing a scene for the television series The Roy Rogers Show.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Silver Bullet Pete Sloan 1942
No Score Yet Melody Ranch Actor 1940
No Score Yet In Old Caliente Pedro 1939
No Score Yet Water Rustlers Sheriff 1939
No Score Yet The Singing Cowgirl Deputy Sheriff 1939
No Score Yet Outlaws of Sonora Pete 1938
No Score Yet The Prisoner of Shark Island Commandant's Aide 1936
No Score Yet The Cowboy Creed Actor 1936
No Score Yet Deadwood Pass Felipe 1933
No Score Yet The Dude Bandit Actor 1933
No Score Yet Near the Rainbow's End Frenchy Sanchez 1930
100% Robin Hood Henchmen to Prince John 1922


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