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  • Johnny Come Lately

  • The Merry Widow

  • Wabash Avenue

  • I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now

  • My Gal Sal

  • The Big Street

  • Stand up and Cheer

  • Samson and Delilah

  • San Francisco

  • Valley of Fire

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John Miller Movies

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jan 1, 0001
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001
  • Biography: Vaudevillian John "Skins" Miller was a Hollywood habitue from the early 1930s until his retirement in 1951. Miller's biggest screen role was the Comedy Hillbilly in 1934's [[Feature~V46442~Stand Up and Cheer~standupandcheer]]; holding... Continued
Movie Role(s) Year
All the King's Men Drunk / Drunk 2006
Shane Atkey / Atkey 1953
Sunset Boulevard Hog Eye / Hog Eye 1950
The Men Mr. Doolin / Mr. Doolin 1950
Criss Cross Midget 1949
Road to Rio Dancer / Dancer 1947
The Perils of Pauline Cameraman, Drawing Room Set / Cameraman, Drawing Room Set 1947
Blue Skies Ed / Ed 1946
Sun Valley Serenade Sleigh Driver / Sleigh Driver 1941
Tobacco Road Garage Attendant / Garage Attendant 1941
Young and Innocent Police Constable / Police Constable 1938
San Francisco Man on Stretcher / Man on Stretcher 1936
Sorrowful Jones Head Phone Man / Head Phone Man
Hell Drivers
Swing Your Lady
Saratoga Passenger on Train / Passenger on Train
The Milkman Harry / Harry
Roseanna McCoy
The Time of Your Life Drunk
The October Man Mr. Newman / Mr. Newman
Johnny Come Lately First Tramp
The Big Street Truck Driver / Truck Driver
My Gal Sal Man / Man
Night into Morning Drunk / Drunk
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now Kassell
Top o' the Morning Dowdler
My Sister and I Bishop / Bishop
Gaiety George
Our Hearts Were Growing Up Cab driver / Cab driver
The Raging Tide Houlihan
Valley of Fire
Samson and Delilah Man with burro / Man with burro
The Paleface Bellhop / Bellhop
The Merry Widow Drunk
Wabash Avenue Drunk
Something to Sing About
Stand up and Cheer Hillbilly / Hillbilly
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