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Tom Chatterton

  • Highest Rated: 100% Dodge City (1939)
  • Lowest Rated: 54% Secret Beyond the Door (1948)
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  • Distinguished-looking character actor Tom Chatterton was one of early Western star William S. Hart's first directors (His Hour of Manhood [1914], Jim Cameron's Wife [1914]) and was a top supporting star, himself, during the late '10s. After a long stint in vaudeville and legitimate theater, Chatterton returned as a Hollywood bit player in the late '30s, often cast in Western B- movies, usually playing professional men, doctors, lawyers, military officers, and the like. Among his more memorable performances was that of the aged lawman Bat Matson in the Sunset Carson oater Code of the Prairie (1944), a character undoubtedly inspired by Bat Masterson. He also played the sheriff in the 1947 serial Jesse James Rides Again. Chatterton died in Hollywood in 1952.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

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54% Secret Beyond the Door Judge 1948
No Score Yet Family Honeymoon Stewart 1948
No Score Yet Smash Up: The Story of a Woman Edwards 1947
No Score Yet Without Reservations Pullman Conductor 1946
No Score Yet Stagecoach to Denver Doc Kimball 1946
No Score Yet The Locket Art Critic 1946
No Score Yet California Actor 1946
No Score Yet Alias Billy the Kid Ed Pearson 1946
No Score Yet Code of the Prairie Bat Matson 1944
No Score Yet Man from Frisco Doctor 1944
No Score Yet Overland Mail Tom Gilbert 1941
No Score Yet Honky Tonk Citizen 1941
No Score Yet Drums of Fu Manchu Prof. Randolph 1940
No Score Yet Pony Post Goodwin 1940
71% The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle Announcer 1939
100% Dodge City Passenger 1939
No Score Yet The Oklahoma Kid Homesteader 1939
No Score Yet Rovin' Tumbleweeds Speaker of the House 1939
No Score Yet Under Western Stars Marlowe 1938
No Score Yet Hawk of the Wilderness Dr. Munro 1938
No Score Yet The Toast of New York Fisk Broker 1937

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