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Bob Perry was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Perry's career beginnings included film roles in the comedy "Politics" (1931) with Marie Dressler, the Tim McCoy western "The Fighting Marshal" (1931) and "Carnival Boat" (1932). Perry made film his next project, appearing in "Hell's Highway" (1932), "The Chief" (1933) and the biopic "Dillinger" (1945) with Lawrence Tierney. Perry was most recently credited in "The Weird World of Blowfly" (2011) with Clarence Reid. Perry passed away in January 1962 at the age of 84.

Bob Perry was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Perry's career beginnings included film roles in the comedy "Politics" (1931) with Marie Dressler, the Tim McCoy western "The Fighting Marshal" (1931) and "Carnival Boat" (1932). Perry made film his next project, appearing in "Hell's Highway" (1932), "The Chief" (1933) and the biopic "Dillinger" (1945) with Lawrence Tierney. Perry was most recently credited in "The Weird World of Blowfly" (2011) with Clarence Reid. Perry passed away in January 1962 at the age of 84.

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 World in My Corner (1956) Referee
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 Them! (1954) Soldier
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 Flesh and Fury (1952)
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 My Six Convicts (1952)
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