Perc Launders

Highest Rated: 100% Desperate (1947)
Lowest Rated: 67% Bedtime for Bonzo (1951)
Birthday: Oct 11, 1904
Birthplace: Not Available
A busy Hollywood studio musician, Perc Launders eased into acting in 1941, when he played the brakeman in Preston Sturges' Sullivan's Travels. Until his retirement in 1952, Launders worked at Paramount, Universal and RKO as a general-purpose actor. With such rare exceptions as "Zolton" in RKO's The Falcon in Hollywood (1945), the actor's screen characters were nameless, and often lineless. One of the unsung legion of Tinseltown bit players, Perc Launders played countless bartenders, clerks, cops, onlookers and pedestrians.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet It Grows on Trees Actor 1952
No Score Yet The Rose Bowl Story Assistant Coach Amster 1952
No Score Yet Flight to Mars Workman 1951
67% Bedtime for Bonzo Fireman 1951
No Score Yet Meet Me After the Show Turnkey 1951
88% The Enforcer Police Sergeant 1951
80% Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man Cop 1951
No Score Yet For Heaven's Sake Doorman 1950
No Score Yet Abandoned Dowd 1949
No Score Yet The Sainted Sisters Townsman 1948
86% The Naked City Police Photographer 1948
No Score Yet Western Heritage Sheriff 1948
No Score Yet You Were Meant for Me Members of the Band 1948
No Score Yet The Exile Guitar Player 1947
88% Kiss of Death Lieutenant 1947
100% Desperate Manny 1947
80% Born to Kill Detective Bryson 1947
No Score Yet They Won't Believe Me Police Stenographer 1947
No Score Yet Dick Tracy vs. Cueball Telephone Operator 1946
100% The Killers Policeman 1946
100% The Blue Dahlia Hotel Clerk 1946
No Score Yet Stork Club Tom 1945
No Score Yet Johnny Angel Official 1945
No Score Yet West of the Pecos Sam Sawtelle 1945
100% Experiment Perilous Ambulance Man 1944
No Score Yet The Falcon in Hollywood Zoltan 1944
No Score Yet The Falcon and the Co-eds Garage Man 1943
100% Sullivan's Travels Yard Man 1941

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