Jim Bannon

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Age: 103
Birthplace: Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.

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Jim Bannon (April 9, 1911 - July 28, 1984) was an actor in radio and Hollywood western films during the 1940s and 1950s. He is best remembered as the fourth cinema Red Ryder from 1949 - 1950. He appeared in numerous western television series, including the 1958 episode "Attack" of Richard Carlson's Mackenzie's Raiders.
Bannon was also the first husband of American actor and comedian Bea Benaderet. Their son, Jack Bannon, was a regular on the CBS drama series, Lou Grant, starring Ed Asner.

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Movie Character Year
O4pifohokbhxtlpweoryjnwdwpb The Soul of a Monster Dr. Roger Vance 1944
Z4y8fjr5nafzcwwue11klpjbfqt Tonight and Every Night Life Photographer 1945
Neewjeau2c9yyir32ktu24patlk Johnny O'Clock Chuck Blayden 1947