Pat Harmon

Highest Rated: 100% Sons of the Desert (1933)
Birthday: Not Available
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Granite-faced, mustachioed American character actor Pat Harmon began his film career in 1922. A comedy "regular," Harmon was closely associated with Harold Lloyd in the 1920s, playing the juicy role of the college football coach in The Freshman (1925). During the talkie era, he worked with The Marx Brothers in Monkey Business (1931, as the harried passport official) and Laurel & Hardy (as the tongue-twisting conductor in 1929's Berth Marks and the field officer in 1932's Pack Up Your Troubles). In addition, Pat Harmon worked steadily at Paramount and MGM as Wallace Beery's double.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Mad Wednesday Coach from 'The Freshman' 1951
89% Sin of Harold Diddlebock Coach from 'The Freshman' 1947
No Score Yet Border Vengeance Tex Pryor 1935
No Score Yet The Cat's Paw Cop 1934
100% Sons of the Desert Doorman 1933
No Score Yet Night of Terror Maniac Double 1933
No Score Yet The Bowery Fireman 1933
No Score Yet Pack Up Your Troubles Doughboy 1932
No Score Yet Ten Cents a Dance Casey, the Bouncer 1931
100% Spite Marriage Ship Captain 1929
No Score Yet Laurel and Hardy Stationmaster 1929
No Score Yet Phantom Bullet Bill Haynes 1926
93% The Freshman (College Days) Head Coach 1925
No Score Yet Hot Water Straphanger 1924


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