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Howard St. John (October 9, 1905 – March 13, 1974) was a Chicago-born character actor who specialized in unsympathetic roles. His work spanned Broadway, film and television. He is probably best remembered for his bombastic General Bullmoose, which he played in the stage and screen versions of the 1956 musical Li'l Abner.
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|Born Yesterday||Jim Devery||1950|
|Goodbye, My Fancy||Claude Griswold||1951|
|Strangers on a Train||Police Capt. Turley||1951|
|The Tender Trap||Mr. Sayers||1955|
|Li'l Abner||General Bullmoose||1959|
|Lover Come Back||Mr. John Brackett||1961|