Rex Bell

Rex Bell

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  • Birthday: Oct 16, 1903
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  • University of Iowa alumnus Rex Bell began playing small film roles in the late '20s. Blessed with good looks and an easygoing manner, Bell rapidly achieved stardom as a cowboy hero. He appeared in scores of B-Westerns, was seen as Virgil Earp in 1942's Tombstone: The Town Too Tough to Die, and hosted a TV anthology of vintage sagebrushers, Cowboys and Injuns (1950). Entering politics in the 1950s, he served as Lieutenant Governor of Nevada from 1954 to 1962. During this period, he made his final screen appearance in The Misfits (1961) which was partially filmed in Reno. From 1931 until his death, Rex Bell was the husband of silent screen star Clara Bow, with whom he'd appeared in True to the Navy (1930).

Filmography

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No Score Yet Lone Star Bit Part (uncredited) 1952
No Score Yet Dawn on the Great Divide Jack Carson 1942
No Score Yet Tombstone: The Town Too Tough to Die Virgil Earp 1942
No Score Yet Men of the Plains Jim Dean 1936
No Score Yet Stormy Trails Tom Storm 1936
No Score Yet Border Vengeance Mimself 1935
No Score Yet The Tonto Kid "Skeets" Slawson 1935
No Score Yet Saddle Aces Actor 1935
No Score Yet The Fugitive Actor 1933
No Score Yet Fighting Texans Randolph Graves 1933
No Score Yet Broadway to Cheyenne "Breezy" Kildare 1932
No Score Yet Law of the Sea Actor 1932
No Score Yet Forgotten Women Jimmy Burke 1932
No Score Yet Battling with Buffalo Bill Dave Archer 1931
No Score Yet They Had to See Paris Clark McCurdy 1929
No Score Yet Salute Cadet 1929

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