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Richard Barron (I)

Richard Barron is an actor, known for Red Snow (1952), Dementia (1955) and The Hoodlum (1951). See full bio »

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Thu, Jan 30 1:40 AM PST on KCOPDT3 (189)

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Known For

Red Snow Russian Officer
Dementia Evil One
The Hoodlum Eddie Bright
Korea Patrol Maj. Wald


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 1958 The Buccaneer
Regular Army Officer (uncredited)
 1955 Dementia
Evil One
 1955 Fireside Theatre (TV Series)
- The 99th Day (1955)
 1954 Living It Up
Doorman (uncredited)
 1953 Your Favorite Story (TV Series)
- High Seas (1953)
 1952 The Cisco Kid (TV Series)
El Puma / Winters
- Bell of Santa Margarita (1952) ... El Puma
- Thunderhead (1952) ... Winters
 1952 Red Snow
Russian Officer
 1952 Something to Live For
Headwaiter (uncredited)
 1951 Yukon Manhunt
Jacque Duvall (uncredited)
 1951 The Hoodlum
Eddie Bright
 1951 The Lemon Drop Kid
Young Doctor (uncredited)
 1951 Korea Patrol
Maj. Wald
 1950 Union Station
Det. Halloran (uncredited)
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 2015 Faith No More: Separation Anxiety (Video short)
 2011 En femme de l'horreur (Short)
Evil One
 2009 Cinemassacre's Monster Madness (TV Series documentary)
Evil One
- Daughter of Horror (2009) ... Evil One

Personal Details

Other Works:

Heads or Tails (1947). Written by H.J. Lengsfelder and Ervin Drake. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Costume Design by Alice Gibson. Lighting Design by Leo Kerz. Directed by Edward F. Cline. Cort Theatre: 2 May 1947- 31 May 1947 (35 performances). Cast: Richard Barron (as "Humperdinck"), Lulu Belle Clarke (as "Amy"), Jean Cobb ... See more »

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