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Clem Bevans
Bevans in Half a Sinner (1940)
Born
Clem Guy Bevans

(1880-10-16)October 16, 1880
DiedAugust 11, 1963(1963-08-11) (aged 82)
Resting placeValhalla Memorial Park Cemetery, North Hollywood
OccupationActor
Years active1900–1962
Spouse(s)Edith May Sketchley
(m. 1905; div. 19??)
Lillian Luppee
(m. 1930)
Children4

Clem Guy Bevans[1] (October 16, 1880 – August 11, 1963[1]) was an American character actor best remembered for playing eccentric, grumpy old men.

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Early life

Bevans was born in Cozzadale, Ohio.[1]

Career

Bevans had a very long career, starting in vaudeville in 1900 in an act with Grace Emmett. He progressed to burlesque, Broadway, and even light opera, before making his film debut at the age of 55 in Way Down East (1935). His portrayal was so good, he became stereotyped and played mostly likable old codgers for the rest of his life. Bevans played the neighbour of Gregory Peck in The Yearling and the gatekeeper in Harvey (1950). However, he did occasionally play against type, for example as a Nazi spy in Alfred Hitchcock's Saboteur (1942). He also made some television appearances, including the role of Captain Hugo in the 1958 Perry Mason episode "The Case of the Demure Defendant" and as Pete in The Twilight Zone episode "Hocus-Pocus and Frisby" (1962). He played Captain Cobb in Disney's TV miniseries Davy Crockett.

Death

On August 11, 1963, Bevans died at the Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital[1] in Woodland Hills, California.[2] His remains are interred at Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery in North Hollywood.[3]

Filmography

Year Title Role Director Notes
1935 Way Down East Doc Wiggin Henry King
1936 Two in Revolt Mr. Woods Glenn Tryon Uncredited
1936 Rhythm on the Range Gila Bend Norman Taurog
1936 The Phantom Rider Mr. Hudson Ray Taylor Serial; Ch's 11–13
1936 The President's Mystery Bus Passenger Phil Rosen Uncredited
1936 Come and Get It Gunnar Gallagher William Wyler Uncredited
1937 Dangerous Number Monte Christo (Actor Friend) Richard Thorpe Uncredited
1937 Angel's Holiday Sheriff James Tinling Uncredited
1937 Mountain Music Medicine Show Spectator Robert Florey Uncredited
1937 Riding on Air Sheriff Edward Sedgwick
1937 Marry the Girl W.W. McIntosh William C. McGann Uncredited
1937 Topper Board Member Norman Z. McLeod Uncredited
1937 The Toast of New York Hungry Panhandler Rowland V. Lee uncredited
1937 Big City Grandpa Sloane Frank Borzage
1937 Idol of the Crowds Andy Moore Arthur Lubin
1938 Of Human Hearts Elder Massey Clarence Brown
1938 One Wild Night Deaf old man Eugene Forde Uncredited
1938 Young Fugitives Benjie Collins John Rawlins
1938 Mr. Chump Pop William Clemens uncredited
1938 Valley of the Giants Clem – Old Man William Keighley Uncredited
1938 Comet Over Broadway Benson John Farrow (uncredited)
1938 Tom Sawyer, Detective Sheriff Slocum Louis King
1939 Stand Up and Fight Bum in jail W.S. Van Dyke Uncredited
1939 King of the Underworld Villager #3 Lewis Seiler Uncredited
1939 Ambush Pop Stebbins Kurt Neumann
1939 They Made Me a Criminal Second Fight Ticket Taker Busby Berkeley Uncredited
1939 Idiot's Delight Jimmy Barzek Clarence Brown Uncredited
1939 Yes, My Darling Daughter Henry – Baggage Man William Keighley Uncredited
1939 The Oklahoma Kid Postman Lloyd Bacon Uncredited
1939 Dodge City Charley Michael Curtiz Uncredited
1939 Zenobia Sheriff Gordon Douglas
1939 Outside These Walls Smedley Ray McCarey(as Raymond B. McCarey) Uncredited
1939 The Kid from Kokomo Man who didn't turn around Lewis Seiler Uncredited
1939 Undercover Doctor Sam Whitmore Louis King
1939 Maisie Station Agent Edwin L. Marin Uncredited
1939 Hell's Kitchen Mr. Quill E.A. DuPont
1939 The Cowboy Quarterback Lem, the Mailman Noel M. Smith
1939 Night Work Smokestack Smiley George Archainbaud
1939 Thunder Afloat 'Cap' Finch George B. Seitz
1939 Main Street Lawyer Zeke Dudley Murphy
1940 Abe Lincoln in Illinois Ben Mattling John Cromwell
1940 Young Tom Edison Mr. Waddell Norman Taurog
1940 Granny Get Your Gun Smokey George Amy
1940 Half a Sinner Snuffy Al Christie
1940 20 Mule Team Chuckawalla Richard Thorpe
1940 The Captain Is a Lady Samuel Darby Robert B. Sinclair
1940 Untamed 'Smokey' Moseby, the Blind Man George Archainbaud
1940 Gold Rush Maisie 'Pop' Graybeard Norman Taurog Uncredited
1940 Girl from God's Country Ben Sidney Salkow
1940 Calling All Husbands Judge Todd Noel M. Smith
1940 Wyoming Pa McKinley Richard Thorpe Uncredited
1940 Who Killed Aunt Maggie? Driver Arthur Lubin Uncredited
1940 Go West Railroad Official Edward Buzzell Uncredited
1940 She Couldn't Say No Eli Potter William Clemens
1941 Sergeant York Zeke Howard Hawks
1941 The Parson of Panamint Crabapple Jones William C. McGann
1941 The Smiling Ghost Sexton Lewis Seiler
1941 Texas Abilene Fight Spectator George Marshall Uncredited
1941 Pacific Blackout Midas Plant Night Watchman Ralph Murphy
1942 Fly-by-Night Train Station Watchman Robert Siodmak
1942 Captains of the Clouds Sam 'Store-Teeth' Morrison Michael Curtiz
1942 Saboteur Neilson Alfred Hitchcock
1942 This Gun for Hire Scissor Grinder Frank Tuttle
1942 Tombstone, the Town Too Tough to Die Tadpole Foster William C. McGann
1942 Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch Postman Ralph Murphy
1942 The Forest Rangers Terry McCabe George Marshall
1942 Lucky Jordan Gas Station Attendant Frank Tuttle
1943 Lady Bodyguard Elmer Frawley William Clemens
1943 Happy Go Lucky Mr. Smith Curtis Bernhardt
1943 The Human Comedy Henderson Clarence Brown
1943 The Kansan Bridge-Tender George Archainbaud
1943 The Woman of the Town Buffalo Burns George Archainbaud
1944 Tall in the Saddle Card Game Spectator Edwin L. Marin Uncredited
1945 Night Club Girl Mayor Edward F. Cline
1945 Grissly's Millions Young Tom John English
1945 Captain Eddie Jabez Lloyd Bacon
1946 Wake Up and Dream Henry Pecket Lloyd Bacon
1946 Gallant Bess Smitty Andrew Marton
1946 The Yearling Pa Forrester Clarence Brown
1947 Yankee Fakir Professor Davis W. Lee Wilder
1947 The Millerson Case Sheriff Luke Akers George Archainbaud
1947 Mourning Becomes Electra Ira Mackel Dudley Nichols
1948 Relentless Dad George Sherman
1948 Texas, Brooklyn & Heaven Capt. Bjorn William Castle
1948 Moonrise Jake – Coroner Frank Borzage
1948 Loaded Pistols Jim Hedge John English
1948 The Paleface Hank Billings Norman Z. McLeod
1948 Portrait of Jennie Capt. Cobb William Dieterle
1948 Highway 13 Bill 'Pops' Lacy William Berke
1949 Big Jack Saltlick Joe Richard Thorpe
1949 Streets of Laredo Pop Lint Leslie Fenton
1949 Rim of the Canyon Loco John John English
1949 The Gal Who Took the West Hawley (as old Timer) Frederick de Cordova
1949 Deputy Marshal Doc Allen Vinson William Berke
1949 Tell It to the Judge Alonzo K. Roogle Norman Foster
1950 Hurricane At Pilgrim Hill Sam Smedley Richard L. Bare
1950 Joe Palooka Meets Humphrey Mr. Edwards Jean Yarbrough
1950 Harvey Mr. Herman Shimelplatzer Henry Koster
1951 Silver City Bonanza Town Loafer George Blair
1951 Gold Raiders Doc Mason Edward Bernds
1951 Man in the Saddle Pay Lankershim Andre de Toth
1952 Captive of Billy the Kid Skeeter Davis Fred C. Brannon
1952 Hangman's Knot Plunkett, the Station agent Roy Huggins
1953 The Stranger Wore a Gun Jim Martin Andre de Toth
1954 The Boy from Oklahoma Pop Pruty Michael Curtiz
1955 Ten Wanted Men Tod Grinnel Bruce Humberstone
1955 The Kentuckian Pilot of the 'River Queen' Burt Lancaster Uncredited
1955 The Twinkle in God's Eye Prospector George Blair Uncredited
1956 Davy Crockett and the River Pirates Captain Cobb Norman Foster (archive footage)
1957 The Restless Gun Clay Davis Justus Addiss Episode "The Gold Buckle"
1958 "Gunsmoke" Fly Seymour Berns Episode "Overland Express"
1958 Girl with an Itch Gramps Ronald V. Ashcroft

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Actor Clem Bevans, 83, Dies After Long Illness". The Los Angeles Times. California, Los Angeles. August 14, 1963. p. 29. Retrieved September 8, 2019 – via Newspapers.com.
  2. ^ Ellenberger, Allan R. (2001). Celebrities in Los Angeles Cemeteries: A Directory. McFarland. p. 201. ISBN 9780786409839. Retrieved November 18, 2018.
  3. ^ Resting Places: The Burial Sites of More Than 14000 Famous Persons by Scott Wilson

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