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Subject: Archive: Arthur Hunnicutt, Sept. 26, 1979


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Date Posted: Thursday, September 26, 01:04:20pm

Born February 17, 1910 in Gravelly, Arkansas, USA
Died September 26, 1979 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA (mouth cancer)
Birth Name Arthur Lee Hunnicutt
Height 6' (1.83 m)
Mini Bio

Lean, tall American character actor Arthur Hunnicutt was known for playing humorously wise rural roles. He attended Arkansas State Teachers College in his native state, but was forced to drop out in his third year due to lack of funds. He joined a theatre company in Massachusetts, then migrated to New York, where he began to find acting roles on Broadway and on tour.

He played in numerous productions, including the leading role in "Tobacco Road", a part his rangy country persona was made for. He took a few roles in small films in the early 1940s, then returned to stage work. In 1949 he came back to Hollywood permanently and began a long career as a reliable supporting player. His wonderfully written and vibrantly played role in the Howard Hawks Western The Big Sky (1952) won him acclaim and an Oscar nomination for Supporting Actor.

He continued playing similar characters, almost always sympathetic, for the remainder of his career. He was stricken with cancer of the tongue and died in 1979.

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Starred in one of my favorite "TZ" episodes, "The Hunt" (NT)"You see, Mr. Simpson, a man, well, he'll walk right into Hell with both eyes open. But even the Devil can't fool a dog!"Thursday, September 26, 01:06:37pm


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