Henry Otho

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Henry Otho
Henry Otho, Trailin' West (1936) 01 (cropped).jpg
Henry Otho in Trailin' West (1936)
Born(1888-02-06)February 6, 1888
New York City
DiedJune 6, 1940(1940-06-06) (aged 52)
OccupationActor

Henry Otho (February 6, 1888 – June 6, 1940) was an American actor. He has worked in The Big Stampede (1932), [1] Mary Stevens (1933), [2] Hard to Handle (1933), [3] The Mayor of Hell (1933), [4] Baby Face (1933), [5] Mandalay (1934), [6] Wonder Bar (1934), [7] Stranded (1935), [8] My Bill (1938), [9] The Fighting Devil Dogs (1938), [10] [11] Overland Stage Raiders (1938), [12] Each Dawn I Die (1939). [13]

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