Robert Kent

Hal Taliaferro (Wally Wales)
1908 - 1955

Robert Kent  American Actor

Age
46
Zodiac

Robert Kent, born Douglas Blackley, Jr, (December 3, 1908 – May 4, 1955) was an American film actor. His career included starring roles in several film serials of the 1940s, including The Phantom Creeps, Who's Guilty?, and The Phantom Rider. He also ...

First Name Robert
Last Name Kent
Age 46 (age at death) years
Birthday 3rd December, 1908
Birthplace Hartford, Connecticut
Died 4th May, 1955
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Nationality American
Occupation Text Film actor
Occupation Actor
Year(s) Active 1934-1956
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Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
The Great Locomotive Chase1956 A switchman (as Douglas Bleckley) Movie
The Country Girl1954 Paul Unger Movie
Rebel City1953 Captain Ramsey Movie
Adventures of Superman1952 Safe Mover (1 episode, 1952) TV Show
The Wild Blue Yonder1951 General Movie
For Heaven's Sake1950 Roger Blake, Joe's Father Movie
Federal Agent at Large1950 Harry Monahan Movie
Radar Secret Service1950 Henchman Benson Movie
The Skipper Surprised His Wife1950 Radio Technician Movie
Wild Weed1949 Lt. Mason (as Douglas Blackley) Movie
The Lone Ranger1949 Jake Anson (2 episodes, 1950) TV Show
The Counterfeiters1948 Tony Richards (as Douglas Blackley) Movie
Shoot to Kill1947 'Dixie' Logan aka Judge Joel Conroy (as Douglas Blackley) Movie
Big Town After Dark1947 Jake Sebastian (as Douglas Blackley) Movie
Dragnet1947 Police Lieutenant Ricco (as Douglas Blackley) Movie
Jungle Flight1947 Andy Melton (as Douglas Blackley) Movie
The Phantom Rider1946 Dr. Jim Sterling, The Phantom Rider Movie
Blonde Alibi1946 Detective Movie
Joe Palooka, Champ1946 Ronnie Brewster Movie
What Next, Corporal Hargrove?1945 Lt. Dillon Movie
Who's Guilty?1945 Bob Stewart Movie
Hot Rhythm1944 Herman Strohbach Movie
What a Man!1944 Steve Jackson Movie
'Gung Ho!': The Story of Carlson's Makin Island Raiders1943 Submarine Navigator Robinson Movie
Northern Pursuit1943 Soldier Movie
Yanks Ahoy1943 Lt. Reeves Movie
Find the Blackmailer1943 Mark Harper Movie
Stand by for Action1942 Hank Nels Movie
The Forest Rangers1942 Lookout Movie
Stagecoach Express1942 Griff Williams Movie
Sunset in Wyoming1941 Larry Drew Movie
Twilight on the Trail1941 Ash Drake, Circle Y Segundo Movie
Niagara Falls1941 Hotel Guest Movie
Blonde Comet1941 Jim Flynn Movie
A Chump at Oxford1940 Bit Role Movie
One Million B.C.1940 Mountain Guide Movie
Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever1939 Lt. Charles Copley (Ensign in Credits) Movie
East Side of Heaven1939 Cyrus Barrett Jr. Movie
The Phantom Creeps1939 Capt. Bob West Movie
The Secret of Dr. Kildare1939 Charles Herron Movie
Convict's Code1939 Dave Tyler Movie
For Love or Money1939 Ted Frazier Movie
Little Orphan Annie1938 Johnny Adams Movie
Mr. Moto Takes a Chance1938 Marty Weston Movie
The Gladiator1938 Tom Dixon Movie
Gang Bullets1938 John Carter Movie
Highway Patrol1938 Patrolman Movie
Wanted by the Police1938 Policeman Mike O'Leary Movie
Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo1937 Gordon Chase Movie
Born Reckless1937 Lee Martin Movie
Nancy Steele Is Missing!1937 Jimmie Wilson Movie
Step Lively, Jeeves!1937 Gerry Townsend Movie
The 13th Man1937 Jack Winslow Movie
Angel's Holiday1937 Nick Moore Movie
That I May Live1937 Dick Mannion Movie
Dimples1936 Allen Drew Movie
Love Before Breakfast1936 First College Boy Movie
King of the Royal Mounted1936 RCMP Sgt. King Movie
Reunion1936 Tony Luke Movie
The Country Beyond1936 Cpl. Robert King Movie
The Crime of Dr. Forbes1936 Dr. Michael Forbes Movie
Car 991935 Trooper Blatzky (as Douglas Blackley) Movie
Four Hours to Kill!1935 George Nelson (as Douglas Blackley) Movie
Love in Bloom1935 Man Who Buys Song Movie
Two for Tonight1935 College Boy Movie
College Scandal1935 Dan Courtridge (as Douglas Blackley) Movie
Ship Cafe1935 Jimmy Movie
One Hour Late1934 Soda Jerk Movie
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