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|Died||June 12, 1960 (aged 89)|
|Years active||1911 to 1951|
Jack Howard Richardson (November 18, 1870 – June 12, 1960) was an American actor.
Born in New York, New York, he was signed to a contract in silent films in 1911 by the American Company, working there for several years. Richardson appeared in more than 560 films before his death in Santa Barbara, California.
|1911||The Gun Man||The Gun Man||Short|
|1912||The Maid and the Man||Ike Getrich||Short|
|1913||The Haunted House||The Smuggler||Short|
|1914||Sir Galahad of Twilight||Jim, his partner||Short|
|1915||A Heart of Gold||Jack Price||Short|
|A Touch of Love||Steve||Short|
|1916||Land o' Lizards||Buck Moran||Alternative title: Silent Shelby|
|Immediate Lee||Kentucky Hurley|
|That Gal of Burke's||Arnold Blake|
|The Outlaw and the Lady|
|Golden Rule Kate||"Slick" Barney|
|Mountain Dew||Milt Sears|
|1918||You Can't Believe Everything||Hasty Carson|
|Wife or Country||Dr. Meyer Stahl|
|1919||Dangerous Hours||Boris Blotchi|
|The She Wolf||Sheriff of Mad Dog|
|The Mayor of Filbert||Mayor Schmidt|
|1920||The Fatal Sign|
|The Toll Gate||The Sheriff|
|1921||The Show Down||Blackie|
|1922||A Dangerous Adventure||Herbert Brandon|
|1923||The Daring Years||Flagier, cabaret owner|
|1924||Tiger Thompson||Bull Dorgan|
|Dynamite Dan||Spike Moran|
|The Fire Patrol||"Butch" Anderson|
|1925||Beyond the Border||Brick Dawson|
|The Texas Bearcat||Watson|
|1926||The Winking Idol||Crawford Lange|
|The Night Watch||Mr. Powell|
|Her Honor, the Governor||Slade||Alternative title: The Second Mrs. Fenway|
|Eager Lips||Tony Tyler|
|The Trail of the Tiger||Ned Calvert|
|1928||Across the Plains||Joe Steward|
|The Ballyhoo Buster||Jim Burnett|
|Eagle of the Night|
|1929||One Splendid Hour||Peter Hoag|
|1930||The Costello Case||Donnelly|
|1932||The Man from New Mexico||Jim Fletcher|
|1933||Son of Kong||Sailor||Uncredited|
|1934||Babbitt||District Attorney's Secretary||Uncredited|
|1935||Gold Diggers of 1935||Floor manager||Uncredited|
|1936||Give Me Liberty||Man Kneeling to Trip the Commissioner||Short subject|
|1937||Kid Galahad||Ringsider, fourth fight||Uncredited|
|1938||The Adventures of Robin Hood||Serf|
|1939||The Roaring Twenties||Sleeping Train Passenger||Uncredited|
|1940||Gun Code||Mike McClure|
|1941||Meet John Doe||Man in diner||Uncredited|
|1942||Obliging Young Lady||Second uncle||Uncredited|
|1944||The Climax||Musical Conductor||Uncredited|
|1945||Bells of Rosarita||Studio Director||Uncredited|
|1947||That's My Gal||Buyer||Uncredited|
|1949||I Shot Jesse James||St. Joseph Saloon Bartender||Uncredited|
|1951||The Mating Season||Board member||Uncredited|
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