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Jay C. Flippen

Radio Personality / Actor | * 03/06/1899 († 71, 02/03/1971) | Little Rock, Arkansas (United States of America (USA))
Jay C. Flippen (March 6, 1899 – February 3, 1971) was an American character actor who often played police officers or weary criminals in many films of the 1940s and 1950s. ()
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Most frequent genres for this person: Drama | Western | Comedies

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Movies with Jay C. Flippen as Actor(65)

as (archive footage)1988 James Stewart's Wonderful Life
as Jay C. Flippen - Party guest (uncredited)1971 Mooch Goes to Hollywood
as Luther Yerkes1971 The Seven Minutes
as Jack Lomax1968 Hellfighters
as Mr. Pittman1968 Firecreek
as Judge Prentiss1968 The Sound of Anger
as Mother1967 The Spirit Is Willing
as Dizzy Shaner1966 Fame Is the Name of the Game
as Sheriff Cardigan1965 Cat Ballou
as Drunken Soldier - Herod Antipas' Court (uncredited)1965 The Greatest Story Ever Told
as Ralph Front1964 Looking for Love
as Huggins (uncredited)1962 How the West Was Won
as Sheriff McCauley1960 The Plunderers
as Hamilton Garth1960 Wild River
as Father Gilhooey1960 Studs Lonigan
as Jake Leffertfinger1958 From Hell to Texas
as Sheriff John Costaine1957 Escape from Red Rock
as Oren Kobble1957 Hot Summer Night
as Ben Kimball1957 Night Passage
as Walking Coyote1957 Run of the Arrow
as Sgt. Jack Gillen1957 The Midnight Story
as Marshal Steve Evans1957 The Restless Breed
as Maj. Gen. Black1957 Jet Pilot
as Chad Burris1957 The Halliday Brand
as Old Tom Hutter1957 The Deerslayer
as Marvin Unger1956 The Killing
as Sgt. Bates1956 7th Cavalry
as Bartender1956 The King and Four Queens
as Tom Doyle1955 Strategic Air Command
as Vincent Concannon1955 Six Bridges to Cross
as Skidmore1955 Oklahoma!
as Jawan1955 Kismet
as Charles Z. Culloran1955 It's Always Fair Weather
as Strap Davis1955 Man Without a Star
as Charley Grayson1954 Carnival Story
as Marshall Rube Morris1954 The Far Country
as Mac1953 East of Sumatra
as Guard Captain Jack Wells1953 Devil's Canyon
as Sheriff Stew Singer1953 The Wild One
as Kermit MacDonald1953 Thunder Bay
as Jeremy Baile1952 Bend of the River
as Capt. H.A. Harris1952 The Las Vegas Story
as Sheriff Mike McShane1951 The Lady from Texas
as Dan Chancellor1951 The Model and the Marriage Broker
as MSgt. Clancy, Line Chief1951 Flying Leathernecks
as Straight Flush Tony1951 The Lemon Drop Kid
as Sven Norson1951 The People Against O'Hara
as Sgt. Terrance Duey1950 Two Flags West
as Sergeant Wilkes1950 Winchester '73
as Hugo1950 The Yellow Cab Man
as Jared Hawkins1950 Buccaneer's Girl
as Luke Sewell1949 Down to the Sea in Ships
as Lippy Brannigan1949 Oh, You Beautiful Doll
as Bartender1949 Trapped
as Police Insp. Jim Fowler1949 A Woman's Secret
as Henry "T-Dub" Mansfield1948 They Live by Night
as Mike, the bartender (as J.C. Flippen)1947 Intrigue
as Hodges (guard)1947 Brute Force
as Singer1934 Million Dollar Ransom
as Sailor in Bar1934 Marie Galante
as himself1928 The Ham What Am

TV Shows/Series with Jay C. Flippen as Actor(20)


Full Name: Jay C. Flippen
Born: Monday, 03/06 1899 (March) in Little Rock, Arkansas (United States of America (USA))
Died: Wednesday, 02/03 1971 (February) in Los Angeles (aged: 71)
Zodiac sign: Pisces (Chinese zodiac sign: Pig)
Spouses (current/former): Ruth Brooks Flippen
Jay C. Flippen frequently works together with these people:
James Whitmore (12x, Actor)
Whit Bissell (12x, Actor)
Harry Townes (12x, Actor)
Vera Miles (11x, Actress)
John Larch (11x, Actor)
William Schallert (11x, Actor)
James Gregory (11x, Actor)
Nina Foch (11x, Actress)
Beverly Garland (10x, Actress)
J. Pat O'Malley (10x, Actor)
Michael Pate (10x, Actor)
James Stewart (9x, Actor)
WatchPlayStream ID: PEOPLE:14405, Added: 05/06/2018, Last updated: 05/26/2021