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Tiny Sandford (Stanley J. Sandford)

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Biography

Osage, Iowa, USA
Stanley J. Sandford better known as "Tiny" Sandford was born in Iowa, U.S.A in 1894. He went into films in 1910 for Mack Sennett and joined Charlie Chaplin in 1916 appearing in "The Count", "The Immigrant" & "The Adventurer" (1916-17). He later appeared in Chaplin's productions such as "The Gold Rush" (1925), "The Circus" (1928), "City Lights" (1931), "Modern Times" (1936) & "The Great Dictator" (1940). But most of all he was best known for his films with Laurel & Hardy such as "The Second Hundred Years" (1927), "The Hoose-Gow" (1929), "Pardon Us" (1931) and "Our Relations" (1936) to name a few. Read more...

Actor

Character: The Head Property Man

The Circus 1928

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Character: Davalos

Rio Rita 1929

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Character: Legion Officer

Beau Hunks 1931

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Character: Mike, Jailer

The Thirteenth Guest 1932

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Character: Sam Perkins - Man at Shivaree

The Purchase Price 1932

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Character: Big Man in Theatre Line

Week-End Marriage 1932

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Character: Big Woodchopper

The Devil's Brother 1933

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Character: Policeman directing traffic

Washee Ironee 1934

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Character: Zebe - Backwoodsman

Show Boat 1936

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Character: Tony - Grubby Wharf Tough

Our Relations 1936

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Character: Cigarette Club Doorman

The Devil's Party 1938

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Character: Soldier in 1918 Tomainia

The Great Dictator 1940

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Character: Laundry Foreman

Florian 1940

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Character: edited from 'Movie Night' - 'big business'

When Comedy Was King 1960

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Character: Shop Worker / Tiny / Warden / Policeman

A Tribute to the Boys: Laurel and Hardy 1992

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Character: Actor Modern Times'

Hollywood: The Gift of Laughter 1982

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Character: Himself & In Out-Takes

Unknown Chaplin 1983

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