|Born||18 April 1894|
|Other names||Harold Gordon|
Hal Gordon (1894–1946) was a British film actor.A character actor, he appeared in over 90 films in both comic and straight roles.
He started off as a lawyer's clerk but finding it dull he decided on the stage, making his music hall debut in 1912. He toured England and South Africa in pantomime and comedy before entering films in 1928, his first being Adam's Apple .
The Our Gang personnel page is a listing of the significant cast and crew from the Our Gang short subjects film series, originally created and produced by Hal Roach which ran in movie theaters from 1922 to 1944.
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