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William McCall

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A supporting actor in silent Westerns, dark-complexioned William McCall had appeared on-stage in the popular Get-Rich-Quick-Wallingford and, opposite the legendary John Drew, in The Car-Bird prior to entering motion pictures with Vitagraph in the late 1910s. As Billy McCall, he supported whey-faced comic Larry Semon in such farces as Huns and Hyphens (1918) and Frauds and Frenzies (1918) before settling into a long stint in serials and Westerns under the less informal moniker William McCall. Surviving the transition to talkies, McCall played bits in Westerns through 1937.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Heroes of the Alamo
  • Kibitzer
1937
No Score Yet Aces Wild
  • Sheriff
1937
No Score Yet Outlaws of the Range
  • Actor
1936
No Score Yet Law of the 45's
  • doctor
1935
No Score Yet The Last of the Clintons
  • Ed Carney (uncredited)
1935
No Score Yet Fighting Hero
  • Trial Spectator
1934
No Score Yet The Boiling Point
  • sheriff
1932
No Score Yet Trailin' Trouble
  • Father
1930
No Score Yet His Marriage Wow
  • Agnes' Father
1925
No Score Yet Rounding up the Law
  • Actor
1922

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