John Rockwell Trowbridge
October 6, 1890
|Died||November 10, 1947 57) (aged|
|Relatives||Charles Trowbridge (brother)|
Jack Rockwell Trowbridge (October 6, 1890 – November 10, 1947) was an American film actor who was born in Mexico. He appeared in over 250 movies, mostly Westerns, between 1927 and 1947.
Rockwell's older brother was character actor Charles Trowbridge.  In the 1920s, prior to embarking on a professional career as actor, he worked as a fireman.
His death in 1947 was due to hypostatic pneumonia, not a "nervous breakdown" as claimed on IMDb.
|1927||The Prairie King||Henchman|
|1932||Come On, Tarzan||Sheriff|
|Outlaw Justice||Sheriff Jake|
|Whistlin' Dan||Cal Webster|
|1934||Honor of the Range||Henchman Rocky|
|The Lawless Frontier||Sheriff Luke Williams|
|The Law of the Wild||Sheriff|
|1935||Alias John Law||Marshall Lamar Blyth|
|Five Bad Men|
|Bulldog Courage||Pete Brennan|
|Justice of the Range||Rawhide|
|No Man's Range||Sheriff|
|The Tonto Kid||Sheriff Hack Baker|
|Valley of Wanted Men||U.S. Marshall|
|1936||Brand of the Outlaws||Deputy Ben Holt|
|The Lawless Nineties||Smith|
|The Law Rides||Sheriff Anderson|
|Lucky Terror||Bat Boulton|
|Roarin' Guns||Bob Morgan|
|Rogue of the Range||Henchman Sloan|
|Winds of the Wasteland||Buchanan City Marshal|
|Rio Grande Ranger||Ranger Captain Winkler|
|1937||Bar-Z Bad Men||Ed Parks|
|Riders of the Rockies||Captain Reyes|
|Texas Trail||Henchman Shorty|
|Two Gun Law||Bledsoe|
|1938||Prairie Justice||John Benson|
|Law of the Plains||Marshal|
|1939||Days of Jesse James||Thompson McDaniels|
|The Stranger from Texas||Sheriff Fletcher|
|1941||Law of the Range||Sheriff Henderson|
|Riders of Death Valley||Trigger|
|1942||Man from Cheyenne||Brenner|
|Undercover Man||Captain John Hawkins|
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