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Paul Sutton
Born(1910-05-14)May 14, 1910
DiedJanuary 31, 1970(1970-01-31) (aged 59)
Occupationactor
Years active1936–1945

Paul Sutton (May 14, 1910 – January 31, 1970) was an American radio writer and actor who also acted in film.

He was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

He is perhaps best known as one of the actors who portrayed Sergeant William Preston on the radio serial Challenge of the Yukon.[1][2] He has been credited with creating Challenge of the Yukon and writing episodes of The Green Hornet.[3] He collaborated on The Life of Mary Sothern, a 13-week serial on WMCA and WLW in 1938. As of July 26, 1938, he was at WXYZ in Detroit.[4]

In film, he appeared in westerns and low budget B-movies during the 1930s and 1940s, sometimes in uncredited roles. He was in The Pinto Kid; a Variety review stated that "As the menace, Paul Sutton is one of the more convincing types."[5] About his performance in North of the Yukon, Variety wrote, "Paul Sutton lends realism to the fable with his characterization of the husky French trapper."[6] He was in the Hopalong Cassidy films In Old Mexico and Bar 20 Justice; a Variety review called him "miscast" in his role of villain in the latter.[7]

He married Margaret Schwamm, a secretary to the general manager at the radio station at which he worked, on April 27, 1945.[8]

He departed his acting career in 1947, and later entered politics. In 1954 and 1956 he ran for a seat in the United States House of Representatives from Michigan. He was residing in Ferndale, Michigan at the time of his death on January 31, 1970. He was survived by three children.[9]

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Selected filmography

References

  1. ^ Reinehr, Robert C.; Swartz, Jon D. (2010-04-09). The A to Z of Old Time Radio. Scarecrow Press. ISBN 978-1-4616-7207-4.
  2. ^ Harmon, Jim (2001-02-28). The Great Radio Heroes, rev. ed. McFarland. ISBN 978-0-7864-0850-4.
  3. ^ "Writers Convention Will Be Held in Clare". Clare Sentinel. 1973-05-30. p. 14. Retrieved 2020-04-24 – via NewspaperArchive.
  4. ^ "Radio: Paul Sutton at WXYZ". Variety. 131 (7). 1938-07-27. p. 36 – via Proquest.
  5. ^ "Film Reviews: The Pinto Kid". Variety. 141 (9). 1941-02-05. p. 12 – via Proquest.
  6. ^ a b "Film review: North of the Yukon". Variety. 135 (1). 1939-06-14. p. 14 – via Proquest.
  7. ^ a b "Film review: Bar 20 Justice". Variety. 132 (2). 1938-09-21. p. 12 – via Proquest.
  8. ^ "Marriages". The Billboard. 57 (20). 1945-05-19. p. 35 – via Proquest.
  9. ^ "Obituaries". Variety. 257 (13). 1970-02-11. p. 63 – via Proquest.
  10. ^ Pitts, Michael R. (2012-12-13). Western Movies: A Guide to 5,105 Feature Films, 2d ed. McFarland. ISBN 978-1-4766-0090-1.

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