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Ernie Alexander (Earnest Earl Alexander)

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Biography

Wichita, Kansas, USA
Ernie Alexander was born on February 11, 1890 in Wichita, Kansas, USA as Earnest Earl Alexander. He is known for his work on Campus Crushes (1930), Here Comes Trouble (1936) and Meet the Senator (1932). He died on December 12, 1961 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Read more...

Actor

Character: One of the Doughboys

Marianne 1929

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Character: Alexander, a Pilot

Today We Live 1933

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Character: Deck Steward with Food Cart

Chained 1934

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Character: Pedestrian Who Explains About Radio

The Cat's-Paw 1934

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Character: Horse, Cameraman at Party

Have a Heart 1934

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Character: Filing Clerk in Morgue

After the Thin Man 1936

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Character: Denker's Beer Garden / Nightclub Customer

Our Relations 1936

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Character: Waiter Telling of Barn Dance

Speed 1936

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Character: Drunk Singing "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow"

Double Wedding 1937

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Character: Admiring Soldier

They Gave Him a Gun 1937

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Character: Olga's Hairdresser

The Goldwyn Follies 1938

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Character: Bootleg Customer

The Roaring Twenties 1939

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Character: Man Throwing Confetti

The Girl from Mexico 1939

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Character: Baby Weems' Father

The Reluctant Dragon 1941

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Character: John's Caddie

H.M. Pulham, Esq. 1941

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Character: Theater Workman with Big Die

For Me and My Gal 1942

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Character: Delivery Man with Flowers

Du Barry Was a Lady 1943

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Character: Charlie, the Bellboy

I Dood It 1943

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