Sam Hardy

Place of birth:
New Haven, Connecticut, USA:
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sam B. Hardy (March 21, 1883 – October 16, 1935) was an American stage and film actor who appeared in feature films during the silent and early sound eras. He died of intestinal problems. He was also known as Samuel Hardy. Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Hardy attended Yale but left there to become an actor on stage. He entered the world of film with Biograph Studios. Hardy became ill while he was working in the film Shoot the Chutes, starring Eddie Cantor. He did not survive emergency surgery at a hospital.


Powdersmoke Range (1935)
as Big Steve Ogden
Break of Hearts (1935)
as Marx
The Gay Bride (1934)
as Daniel J. Dingle
Night Alarm (1934)
as Editor Stephen Caldwell
Transatlantic Merry-Go-Round (1934)
as Jack Summers
The Hollywood Gad-About (1934)
as Himself - Weight Guesser (uncredited)
I Give My Love (1934)
as Pogey
Aunt Sally (1934)
as Michael 'King' Kelly
Little Miss Marker (1934)
as Benny the Gouge
Curtain at Eight (1933)
as Martin Gallagher
Ann Vickers (1933)
as Russell Spaulding
Three-Cornered Moon (1933)
as Hawkins
The Big Brain (1933)
as Slick Ryan
King Kong (1933)
as Charles Weston
Goldie Gets Along (1933)
as Sam Muldoon
Face in the Sky (1933)
as Professor Triplett
The Phantom of Crestwood (1932)
as Pete Harris
Make Me a Star (1932)
as Jeff Baird
The Dark Horse (1932)
as Mr. Black
Peach-o-Reno (1931)
as Judge Jackson
The Magnificent Lie (1931)
as Larry
The Miracle Woman (1931)
as Bob Hornsby
Annabelle's Affairs (1931)
as James Ludgate
The Millionaire (1931)
as McCoy
June Moon (1931)
as Sam Hart
Reno (1930)
as J.B. Berkley
Borrowed Wives (1930)
as G.W. Parker
The Florodora Girl (1930)
as Harry Fontaine
True to the Navy (1930)
as Brady
Song of the West (1930)
as Davolo
Burning Up (1930)
as Windy 'Wally' Wallace
Mexicali Rose (1929)
as Happy Manning
Big News (1929)
as Joe Reno
On with the Show! (1929)
as Jerry
Rainbow Man (1929)
Give and Take (1928)
as Industrialist
Diamond Handcuffs (1928)
as Spike
The Big Noise (1928)
as Philip Hurd
Turn Back the Hours (1928)
as 'Ace' Kearney
Broadway Nights (1927)
as Johnny Fay
Orchids and Ermine (1927)
as Hank
The Prince of Tempters (1926)
The Great Deception (1926)
as Handy
The Savage (1926)
as Managing Editor
When Love Grows Cold (1926)
as William Graves
Bluebeard's Seven Wives (1926)
as Gindelheim
Mighty Lak' a Rose (1923) © 2021

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