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Milton Brown

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A busy supporting player in the silent Westerns of Hoot Gibson and Buck Jones, Milton Brown (aka Milt Brown) was a real-life stage-driver and a veteran of the very last cattle drives. In films from around 1910, Brown could and would play anything from nasty Arab villains (The Arab, 1915) to Senator Pettingill in the 1923 Edward Everett Horton version of Ruggles of Red Gap. But Brown mostly found himself in Westerns and often on the wrong side of the law. Good friend Hoot Gibson made sure that the veteran performer was hired for all his early sound films, and Brown played minor sidekick roles in both Hard Hombre (1931) and The Local Bad Man (1932).

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Mi Amigo
  • Screenwriter
  • Producer
  • Director
2006
No Score Yet Strand: Under the Dark Cloth
  • Actor
1990
No Score Yet Straight Shooting
  • Black-Eyed Pete
1917
No Score Yet Carmen
  • Garcia
1915

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