The slight frame (5' 6"), pale, serious countenance, and dark, droopy mustache are unmistakeable, definitive identification badges in recalling silent comedian Harry "Snub" Pollard. Born in Australia as Harry Fraser, he joined a vaudeville troupe, which toured the United States around 1910. The troupe broke up there and Harry decided to stay, dubbing himself with "Pollard" as a last name moniker. He started off at the Essenay Film Studios in 1911 and briefly worked with the Keystone Kops. Hal Ro
Gender: Male
Born On: 9-Nov-1889
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'Snub' Pollard's Filmography on TV

List of programs starring 'Snub' Pollard on tv. Programs are sorted in order of last seen on tv. Last updated: Sep 16, 2021 4:39 PM

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)

A senator, who became famous for killing a notorious outlaw, returns for the funeral of an old friend and tells the truth about his deed.

Lime (1952)

A fading music hall comedian tries to help a despondent ballet dancer learn to walk and to again feel confident about life.

Walk Softly Stranger (1950)

A petty crook (Joseph Cotten) moves to an Ohio town and courts a factory owner's disabled daughter (Valli).

A Woman's Secret (1949)

A popular singer, Marian Washburn, suddenly and unexplainably loses her voice, causing a shake-up at the club where she works. Her worried but loyal piano player, Luke Jordan, helps to promote a new,

The Crime Patrol (1936)

Prizefighter Bob Neal (Ray Walker) is in debt to gangster Vic Santell (Hooper Atchley) for training expenses. Santell orders Bob to take a dive in the fourth round so Santell can recoup prior gamblin

Crime Patrol (1936)

Prizefighter Bob Neal (Ray Walker) is in debt to gangster Vic Santell (Hooper Atchley) for training expenses. Santell orders Bob to take a dive in the fourth round so Santell can recoup prior gamblin

The Crime Patrol (1936)

Prizefighter Bob Neal (Ray Walker) is in debt to gangster Vic Santell (Hooper Atchley) for training expenses. Santell orders Bob to take a dive in the fourth round so Santell can recoup prior gamblin

What a Whopper (1921)

A Hal Roach slapstick comedy featuring 'Snub' Pollard & Marie Mosquini.

Over The Fence (1917)

Snitch steals Ginger's baseball tickets and takes Ginger's girl to the game. Finding himself without tickets, Ginger dresses as a baseball player and wins the game. The film is notable as the debut o

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