Which roles are played by Buck Harrington | Characters played by Buck Harrington

Buck Harrington has played the role of Barfly in A Big Hand for the Little Lady Film released in 1966.

Prisoner in A Dangerous Profession Film released in 1949.

Bartender in Call Northside 777 Film released in 1948.

Customer in Duffy's Tavern Film released in 1945.

Derby Spectator in Glory Film released in 1956.

Race Spectator in Green Grass of Wyoming Film released in 1948.

Barfly in Gunpoint Film released in 1966.

Hanging Spectator in Hang 'Em High Film released in 1968.

Police Sergeant in Just for You Film released in 1952.

Party Guest in Montana Film released in 1950.

Townsman in Old Overland Trail Film released in 1953.

Proprietor in Rhubarb Film released in 1951.

Passerby in Robin and the 7 Hoods Film released in 1964.

Police Sergeant in Shake Hands with Murder Film released in 1944.

Man in Audience in The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing Film released in 1955.

Fight Spectator in The Kid from Brooklyn Film released in 1946.

Townsman in The Music Man Film released in 1962.

Bus-Ticket-Taker in The Mysterious Mr. M Film released in 1946.

Elster's Gateman in Vertigo Film released in 1958.

Theatre Patron in Batman TV Series released in 1966.

Boxing Spectator in Bonanza TV Series released in 1959.

Studio Guard in Checkmate TV Series released in 1960.

Election Committee Member in Circus Boy TV Series released in 1956.

Barfly in Frontier Doctor TV Series released in 1958.

Trial Spectator in The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp TV Series released in 1955.

Barfly in The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp TV Series released in 1955.

Audience Member in The Twilight Zone TV Series released in 1959.

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