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Sherry Hall (Sheridan Francis Hall)

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Biography

Eureka, California, USA
Sherry Hall was born on August 8, 1892 in Eureka, California, USA as Sheridan Francis Hall. He was an actor and assistant director, known for The Prowler (1951), The Well (1951) and The Quitter (1929). He died on April 6, 1984 in San Diego, California. Read more...

Actor

Character: Prison Phone Operator

Weary River 1929

5
Character: Soldier in Russart's Office

Marianne 1929

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Character: Theatre Patron Behind Jerry

Our Blushing Brides 1930

5
Character: Tobacco Counterman

Blonde Crazy 1931

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Character: Medical Officer / Lawyer

West of Broadway 1931

5
Character: Suit of Iron Dresser

Manhattan Parade 1931

3
Character: Stapleton's Secretary

The Great Lover 1931

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Character: Reporter in Jim's Office

The Beast of the City 1932

5
Character: Magazine and Candy Clerk

Emma 1932

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Character: Gallery Observor

Alias the Doctor 1932

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Character: Ship News Reporter

Lady for a Day 1933

6
Character: Moran's Henchman

What! No Beer? 1933

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Character: Assistant on Film Set

Broadway to Hollywood 1933

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Character: Butler Mixing Drinks

Hollywood Party 1934

10
Character: Morgan's Henchman

Broadway Bill 1934

3
Character: Ship #1 Officer

The Show-Off 1934

1
Character: Porter on Ship

I Sell Anything 1934

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Character: Denver Courier Editor

Libeled Lady 1936

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Character: Sam - a Researcher

His Brother's Wife 1936

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Character: 4th Employment Clerk

We Who Are Young 1940

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Character: Officer Watching Maneuvers

Salute to the Marines 1943

4
Character: Assistant Set Designer

Greenwich Village 1944

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Character: Governor's Aide

Don't Fence Me In 1945

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Character: Census Bureau Assistant Supervisor

It's a Big Country: An American Anthology 1951

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Character: Car Insurance Clerk

Mystery Street 1950

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Character: Pianist in Clanahan's

Three Little Words 1950

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