Ward Bond Last updated September 13, 2021
Wardell Edwin Bond
April 9, 1903 Died November 5, 1960 (aged 57) Occupation Actor Years active 1929–1960 Spouse(s)
Doris Sellers Childs
Mary Louise May
) Wardell Edwin Bond (April 9, 1903 – November 5, 1960) was an American film  character actor who appeared in more than 200 films and starred in the NBC television series from 1957 to 1960. Among his best-remembered roles are Bert, the cop, in Wagon Train Frank Capra's (1946) and Captain Clayton in It's a Wonderful Life John Ford's (1956). The Searchers Early life
Bond was born in
Benkelman in Dundy County, Nebraska. The Bond family, John W., Mabel L., and sister Bernice, lived in Benkelman until 1919 when they moved to Denver, Colorado, where Ward graduated from East High School. 
Bond attended the
Colorado School of Mines and then went to the  University of Southern California and played football on the same team as future USC coach Jess Hill. At 6' 2" and 195 pounds, Bond was a starting lineman on USC's first national championship team in 1928. He graduated from USC in 1931 with a bachelor of science degree in engineering. 
John Wayne, who as Marion Robert Morrison, had played tackle for USC in 1926 before an injury ended his career, became lifelong friends and colleagues. Bond, Wayne, and the entire Southern Cal team were hired to appear in  (1929), a football film starring Salute George O'Brien and directed by John Ford. During the filming of this movie, Bond and Wayne befriended Ford, and appeared in many of Ford's later films. Film career As Reverend Captain Clayton in (1956) The Searchers
Bond made his screen debut in
and thereafter was a busy character actor, playing over 200 supporting roles. He appeared in 31 films released in 1935 and 23 in 1939. Rarely playing the lead in theatrical films, he starred in the television series Salute from 1957 until his death in 1960. He was frequently typecast in extremes, as either a friendly lawman or a brutal henchman. He had a long-time working relationship with directors John Ford and Wagon Train Frank Capra, performing in such films as , The Searchers , Drums Along the Mohawk , The Quiet Man and They Were Expendable for Ford, with whom he made 25 films, and Fort Apache , It Happened One Night , and It's a Wonderful Life for Capra. Among his other well-known films were Riding High (1938), Bringing Up Baby (1939), Gone with the Wind (1941), The Maltese Falcon (1941), Sergeant York (1942), Gentleman Jim (1948), Joan of Arc (1959), and Rio Bravo Raoul Walsh's 1930 widescreen wagon train epic , which also featured John Wayne, in his first leading role. The Big Trail
Bond later starred in the popular series
Wagon Train from 1957 until his death. Wagon Train was inspired by the 1950 film , in which Bond also appeared. Wagon Master Wagon Master was influenced by the earlier The Big Trail. For Wagon Train, Bond was assigned the lead role of the crusty but compassionate Major Seth Adams, the trail master. Bond specifically asked that Terry Wilson be given the role of assistant trail boss Bill Hawks and that Frank McGrath play the cook, Charlie B. Wooster. Wilson and McGrath stayed with the series for the entire run, from 1957 to 1965, first on NBC and then on ABC. After Bond's death, in 1960, the trail master role passed to John McIntire in 1961.
During the 1940s, Bond was a member of the conservative group called the
Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals, whose major platform was opposition to communists in the film industry. In 1960, Bond campaigned for  Republican presidential nominee Richard M. Nixon. Bond died three days before Democrat John F. Kennedy narrowly defeated Nixon. With John Wayne in The Searchers (1956)
American Film Institute's “100 Years... 100 Movies” list—both the original and the tenth anniversary edition— Bond appears in the casts more often than any other actor, albeit always in a supporting role: (1934), It Happened One Night (1938), Bringing Up Baby Gone with the Wind (1939), (1940), The Grapes of Wrath The Maltese Falcon (1941), It's a Wonderful Life (1946), and The Searchers (1956).
Bond appeared in 13 films that were nominated for the
Academy Award for Best Picture:  Arrowsmith (1931/32), (1933), Lady for a Day (1934) It Happened One Night Dead End (1937), (1938), You Can't Take It with You Gone with the Wind (1939), The Grapes of Wrath (1940), (1940), The Long Voyage Home The Maltese Falcon (1941), (1941), Sergeant York It's a Wonderful Life (1946), (1952), and The Quiet Man (1955). Mister Roberts
Bond starred in 23 films with John Wayne:
Bond married Doris Sellers Childs in 1936. They divorced in 1944. In 1954 he married Mary Louise Meyers. They were together until his death in 1960.
Bond had  epilepsy which left him ineligible for military service during World War II. Death
Bond suffered a massive
heart attack when he and his wife were at a hotel in Dallas. He was pronounced dead at a hospital on November 5, 1960 at the age of 57. His close friend John Wayne gave the eulogy at his funeral. Bond's will bequeathed to Wayne the shotgun with which Wayne had once accidentally shot Bond on a hunting trip. 
An urban myth states that country singer
Johnny Horton died in an automobile accident while driving to see Bond at a hotel in Dallas to discuss a possible role in the fourth season of Wagon Train. Although Horton was indeed killed in a car crash at 1:30 am on November 5, 1960, and Bond died from a heart attack at noon that same day, the two events were unrelated. Horton was enroute from Austin to Shreveport, Louisiana, not Dallas. Bond was in Dallas to attend a football game between SMU and Texas A&M at the Cotton Bowl ( the game ended in a scoreless tie).  Credits Filmography Jean Rogers, John Wayne, and Bond in (1936) Conflict Bond (r.) with Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor and Peter Lorre in (1941) The Maltese Falcon John Wayne and Bond in (1944) Tall in the Saddle Publicity image of Robert Horton and Bond for Wagon Train, c. 1957 (1928) as Flood Extra uncredited (film debut) Noah's Ark (1929) as Bit Part (uncredited) Words and Music (1929) as Midshipman Harold Salute (1929) as USC Player-#30 (uncredited) So This Is College (1930) as Townsperson at the Dance (uncredited) The Lone Star Ranger (1930) as Sargeant Born Reckless (1930) as Boy at Sweetheart Dance (uncredited) Cheer Up and Smile (1930) as Sid Bascom The Big Trail (1930) as Inmate socked by Saint Louis (uncredited) Up The River (1930) as Policeman (uncredited) The Doorway to Hell (1931) as Queen's Knight (uncredited) A Connecticut Yankee (1931) as Cop in Montge (uncredited) Quick Millions (1931) as Airline Steward (uncredited) Three Girls Lost (1931) as Court Policeman (uncredited) The Brat (1931) as Cop (uncredited) The Spider (1931) as Ward (uncredited) Sob Sister (1931) as Detective Escort (uncredited) Over the Hill (1931) as Cop (uncredited) Arrowsmith (1931) as Pat (uncredited) Maker of Men (1931) as Highway Patrolman (uncredited) Blonde Crazy (1932) as Taxi Driver (uncredited) The Greeks Had a Word for Them (1932) as Ham High Speed (1932) as Cop in Raid (uncredited) Careless Lady (1932) as Johnson (uncredited) The Trial of Vivienne Ware (1932) as Cop (uncredited) Bachelor's Affairs (1932) as "Heavy" Kennedy Hello Trouble (1932) as Football Player (uncredited) Hold 'Em Jail White Eagle (1932) as Henchman Bart (1932) as "Bick" Gilligan Rackety Rax (1932) as Frank Virtue (1932) as Joe Barnes (uncredited) Air Mail (1932) as Muscles Manning (uncredited) Flesh (1932) as Gabe Powers Sundown Rider (1933) as Crewman (uncredited) Lucky Devils (1933) State Trooper (1933) as Kid Paris Obey the Law Unknown Valley (1933) as Elder Sneed (1933) as Billy McGuire When Strangers Marry (1933) as Red (uncredited) Heroes for Sale (1933) as Cramer The Wrecker (1933) as Mounted Policeman (uncredited) Lady for a Day (1933) as Red, the Raping Brakeman (uncredited) Wild Boys of the Road Police Car 17 (1933) as Bumps O'Neil (1933) as Assistant Coach (uncredited) College Coach (1933) as Joe (uncredited) Son of a Sailor (1933) as Hobo Straightaway (1933) as Joe Krull The Fighting Code (1934) as Ben Murchison Frontier Marshal School for Romance (1934, Short) as Husband (1934) as Henchman (uncredited) Speed Wings (1934) as Bus Driver #1 (uncredited) It Happened One Night (1934) as Motor Cop The Poor Rich (1934) as Dave, Cougar Henchman The Fighting Ranger (1934) as Bob Hall Voice in the Night (1934) as Farley Whirlpool (1934) as Jack Baker The Crime of Helen Stanley (1934) as Drigible Officer (uncredited) I'll Tell the World (1934) as Head Coach Smith The Most Precious Thing in Life (1934) as Second Cop Here Comes the Groom (1934) as Dave Jordan A Man's Game (1934) as Unimpressed Man in Audience (uncredited) The Circus Clown (1934) as Hood The Defense Rests (1934) as Palace Guard Finding Cellini's Clothes (uncredited) The Affairs of Cellini (1934) as Ship Steward (uncredited) Chained (1934) as Cop The Human Side (1934) as Wynkoski Girl in Danger (1934) as Security Guard in Kelly's Room (uncredited) Death on the Diamond (1934) as First Officer (uncredited) 6 Day Bike Rider (1934) as Tony Rizzo Against the Law (1934) as Detective John Connors Men of the Night (1934) as Morgan's Henchman (uncredited) Broadway Bill (1935) as Mr. Clark (Football Coach) (uncredited) Grand Old Girl (1935) as Prize Fighter (uncredited) Under Pressure (1935) as Instructor Devil Dogs of the Air (1935) as Policeman (uncredited) One New York Night (1935) as Dugan (Hockey Player) (uncredited) Times Square Lady (1935) as Luke Long The Crimson Trail (1935) as Mac (Company Policeman) Black Fury (1935) as Brad Harrison Fighting Shadows (1935) as Gunman at the Train Station (uncredited) G Men (1935) as Herman Lahey (uncredited) Go Into Your Dance (1935) as Ward, Assistant Film Director on Film Set (uncredited) Strangers All (1935) as Roughneck Leader (uncredited) Mary Jane's Pa (1935) as Johnson, Reporter The Headline Woman (1935) as 'Heavy' Johnson Murder in the Fleet (1935) as Bob Brennan Justice of the Range (1935) as Detective with Roscoe (uncredited) Calm Yourself (1935) as Chick She Gets Her Man (1935) as Kell's Henchman Little Big Shot (1935) as Lanky His Night Out (1935) as Jess Waterfront Lady (1935) as Murmex of Carthage, a gladiator (uncredited) The Last Days of Pompeii (1935) as Relative (uncredited) Three Kids and a Queen (1935) as Lacrosse Western Courage (1935) as Budge Edwards Guard That Girl (1935) as Roman Soldier in Play (uncredited) I Found Stella Parish (1935) as Lucky's Henchman (uncredited) Broadway Hostess (1935) as Danny (Dynamite Foreman) Too Tough to Kill (1935) as Grover's Bank Robber (uncredited) We're Only Human (1935) as Motorcycle Officer Hitch Hike Lady (1936) as Police in the Dark (uncredited) Two in the Dark (1936) as John Doe, a Gangster Muss 'Em Up (1936) as Tex The Leathernecks Have Landed (1936) as Pa's Guest (uncredited) Boulder Dam (1936) as Sweeney (Second Officer) (uncredited) Colleen (1936) as Tough Guy (uncredited) The First Baby (1936) as Gunner Brady Pride of the Marines (1936) as Newspaper Buyer (uncredited) The Case Against Mrs. Ames (1936) as Marve Slater Avenging Waters (1936) as American Stage Manager (uncredited) Fatal Lady (1936) as Ranse Willard The Cattle Thief (1936) as Man (uncredited) Fury (1936) as Husky Man (uncredited) High Tension (1936) as Taxi Driver (uncredited) The Bride Walks Out (1936) as Thief (uncredited) White Fang (1936) as The Drill Master Crash Donovan (1936) as 1st Partner Politician (uncredited) Second Wife (1936) as Policeman (uncredited) They Met in a Taxi (1936) as John 'Gloves' Baker The Man Who Lived Twice (1936) as Gambler (uncredited) The Big Game (1936) as Tim Casey Without Orders (1936) as Don Foster Legion of Terror (1936) as Prison Guard (uncredited) The Accusing Finger (1936) as Gus "Knockout" Carrigan Conflict (1936) as Party Guest (uncredited) After the Thin Man (1937) as Kramer (uncredited) Woman-Wise (1937) as Casey (Guard) (uncredited) You Only Live Once (1937) as Sidecar Wilson Devil's Playground (1937) as Police Detective (uncredited) When's Your Birthday? (1937) as Paul Sangar Park Avenue Logger (1937) as Top Sgt. Burke 23 1/2 Hours' Leave (1937) as Tartar Guard (uncredited) The Soldier and the Lady (1937) as Fingers Night Key (1937) as MP (uncredited) They Gave Him a Gun (1937) as Johnson The Wildcatter (1937) as G-Man (uncredited) Mountain Music (1937) as Eddie Hawkins A Fight to the Finish (1937) as First Sgt. (uncredited) The Singing Marine (1937) as First Motorcycle Policeman (uncredited) Marry the Girl (1937) as Eddie (Cab Driver Slugged by Topper) (uncredited) Topper (1937) as Doorman Dead End (1937) as Peter 'Spudsy' Baker Escape by Night (1937) as Tom Ferguson The Game That Kills (1937) as Violets (uncredited) Music for Madame (1937) as Connors (Death Row Inmate) (uncredited) The Westland Case (1937) as Mr. Walton (uncredited) Fight for Your Lady (1937) as Logger (scenes deleted) The Go Getter (1937) as Sailor (uncredited) Souls at Sea (1938) as Red Parsons (Prison Barber) (uncredited) Penitentiary (1938) as Lout Laughing in Church (uncredited) Of Human Hearts (1938) as Spike (Sparring Partner) (uncredited) The Kid Comes Back (1938) as Motorcycle Cop at Jail (uncredited) Bringing Up Baby (1938) as Bill Purvis Born to Be Wild (1938) as Muller Hawaii Calls (1938) as Biff Moram Mr. Moto's Gamble (1938) as Eddie Edwards Over the Wall (1938) as Mongol Guard (uncredited) The Adventures of Marco Polo (1938) Flight into Nowhere (1938) as Pecos Gun Law (1938) Numbered Woman (1938) as Mac Grady Reformatory (1938) as Motorcycle Cop (uncredited) Professor Beware (1938) as Big Red Kincaid Prison Break (1938) as Tug The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938) as Mike, the Detective (uncredited) You Can't Take It with You (1938) as Gambler in Fake Fight (uncredited) Fugitives for a Night (1938) as Seaman Olaf Swanson Submarine Patrol (1938) as Mulligan P. Martinez The Law West of Tombstone (1938) as Clarence, Policeman (uncredited) Going Places (1939) as Lenihan They Made Me a Criminal (1939) as Jim Hatton (uncredited) Made for Each Other (1939) as Kid Ramsey Pardon Our Nerve (1939) as Wes Handley The Oklahoma Kid (1939) as Henchman Dusty Trouble in Sundown (1939) as Bud Taylor Dodge City (1939) as Sailor Sam (wrestler) (uncredited) Mr. Moto in Danger Island (1939) as an anti-Nazi American Legionnaire (uncredited) Confessions of a Nazi Spy (1939) as Tracklayer (uncredited) Union Pacific (1939) as Accused Rustler The Return of the Cisco Kid (1939) as Ladislaw Klewicki The Kid from Kokomo (1939) as John Palmer Cass Young Mr. Lincoln (1939) as Mexican Pete, the Wrestler The Girl from Mexico (1939) as Matt Hendler Waterfront (1939) as Town Marshal Frontier Marshal (1939) as First Thug on Train (uncredited) Dust Be My Destiny (1939) as Adam Hartman Drums Along the Mohawk (1939) as Hunk Heaven with a Barbed Wire Fence (1939) as Tom, Yankee Captain Gone with the Wind (1939) as Walton The Cisco Kid and the Lady (1939) as Gendarme at Gate (uncredited) Son of Frankenstein (1940) as Needles Policeman The Grapes of Wrath (1940) as Regan Little Old New York (1940) as Virginia City (film) Confederate Sgt. Checking Passengers (uncredited) (1940) as First Outlaw Buck Benny Rides Again (1940) as Franz The Mortal Storm (1940) as Shore Patrolman Sailor's Lady (1940) as Ape Kit Carson (1940) as First Policeman (uncredited) City for Conquest (1940) as Yank The Long Voyage Home (1940) as Townley Santa Fe Trail (1941) as Lov Bensey Tobacco Road (1941) as Floyd A Man Betrayed (1941) as Ike Botkin Sergeant York (1941) as Wash Gibbs The Shepherd of the Hills (1941) as Eddie Adams Manpower (1941) as Barney Millen Doctors Don't Tell (1941) as Detective Tom Polhaus The Maltese Falcon (1941) as Tim Dorson Swamp Water Know for Sure (1941, Short) as Patient (uncredited) (1942) as Sheriff Edmunds Wild Bill Hickok Rides (1942) as Moose Malloy (uncredited) The Falcon Takes Over (1942) as Sgt. Scully Ten Gentlemen from West Point (1942) as Rock Delanry Sin Town (1942) as Steve Maschick Hitler – Dead or Alive (1942) as John L. Sullivan Gentleman Jim (1942) as Extra at a Roadhouse Table (uncredited) In This Our Life (1943) as Sharkey Hello Frisco, Hello (1943) as Jimmy Slightly Dangerous (1943) as FBI Chief Craig They Came to Blow Up America (1943) as Al Yackey A Guy Named Joe The Sullivans, renamed (1944) as Lt. Commander Robinson The Fighting Sullivans (1944) as Jed Bruce Home in Indiana (1944) as Judge Robert Garvey Tall in the Saddle (1945) as Jim Bender Dakota (1945) as BMC "Boats" Mulcahey They Were Expendable (1946) as Honey Bragg Canyon Passage (1946) as My Darling Clementine Morgan Earp (1946) as Bert, the cop It's a Wonderful Life (1947) as John Fraser Unconquered (1947) as El Gringo The Fugitive (1948) as Sgt. Major Michael O'Rourke Fort Apache (1948) Sins of the Fathers (1948) as McCarthy The Time of Your Life (1948) as Hoab Dabney Tap Roots (1948) as Captain La Hire Joan of Arc (1948) as Perley "Buck" Sweet 3 Godfathers (1950) as Sheriff Jim Caradac Singing Guns (1950) as Lee Riding High (1950) as Mormon Elder Wiggs Wagon Master (1950) as Inspector Charles Weber Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1951) as Commander John T. "Pop" Perry Operation Pacific (1951) as Major Marshal Troebridge The Great Missouri Raid (1951) as Corporal Timothy Gilchrist Only the Valiant (1951) as Narrator (voice, uncredited) Bullfighter and the Lady (1951) as Walter Brent On Dangerous Ground (1952) as Father Peter Lonergan The Quiet Man (1952) as Lt. Tod Voorhees Hellgate (1952) as Lt. John McCreery Thunderbirds (1953) as Dutch Peterson Blowing Wild (1953) as Cole Gardner The Moonlighter (1953) as Buffalo Baker Hondo (1954) as Frank McWade Gypsy Colt (1954) as John McIvers Johnny Guitar (1954) as Coach Virgil Jackson The Bob Mathias Story (1955) as Captain Herman J. Kohler The Long Gray Line (1955) as Chief Petty Officer Dowdy Mister Roberts (1955) as Sheriff Gil Corrigan A Man Alone (1956) as Reverend Captain Samuel Johnson Clayton The Searchers (1956) as Senator Blakely Dakota Incident (1956) as Dr. Joseph Holdon Pillars of the Sky (1957) as Big Dan Halliday The Halliday Brand (1957) as John Dodge The Wings of Eagles (1958) as Father Cairns China Doll (1959) as Pat Wheeler Rio Bravo (1959) as Major Seth Adams (uncredited) Alias Jesse James Notes Citations ↑ "Ward Bond's Boyhood Home". Nebraska State Historical Society. December 12, 2006 . Retrieved . October 5, 2011 1 2 3 4 5 Aaker, Everett (2017). . McFarland. pp. Television Western Players, 1960–1975: A Biographical Dictionary 41–43. ISBN 9781476628561 . Retrieved . September 29, 2017 ↑ "1926 USC Football Roster". Fanbase.com . Retrieved . October 4, 2011 ↑ "Actors and how many best picture nominees they've been in". The Sophomore Critic. February 18, 2007 . Retrieved . June 12, 2007 ↑ "Benkelman's Ward Bond". McCook Gazette. May 2, 2011 . Retrieved . October 31, 2017 ↑ "The Legendary Tillman Franks". TillmanFranks.com. Virginia Franks. Archived from the original on September 6, 2011 . Retrieved . October 4, 2011 ↑ "Ward Bond". Hollywood Walk of Fame. Archived from the original on September 29, 2017 . Retrieved . September 29, 2017 ↑ "Great Western Performers". National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum . Retrieved . September 29, 2017 ↑ "Better Radio Programs for the Week". The Decatur Daily Review. May 4, 1952. p. 50 . Retrieved May 8, 2015 – via Newspapers.com. Bibliography Alistair, Rupert (2018). "Ward Bond". The Name Below the Title (softcover) (First : 65 Classic Movie Character Actors from Hollywood's Golden Age ed.). Great Britain: Independently published. pp. 44–46. ISBN . 978-1-7200-3837-5 External links
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