Carl Betz

Actor - USA
Born 1921 in circa, Pittsburgh
Died January 18, 1978 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Carl Betz was born circa in 1921 in circa, Pittsburgh. He was an American Actor, known for The Boy who talked to Badgers (1975), O'Henry's Full House (1952), Spinout (1966), Carl Betz's first movie on record is from 1952. Carl Betz died on January 18, 1978 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1975.

Carl Betz Filmography [Auszug]
1975: [/ /1] The Boy who talked to Badgers (Cast), Directed by Gary Nelson, with Christian Juttner,
1966: [/ /1] Spinout (California Holiday) (Cast: Cynthias Vater), Directed by Norman Taurog, with Shelley Fabares, Dodie Marschall,
1953: [] Inferno (Cast: Lt. Mike Platt), Directed by Roy Ward Baker, with Robert Adler, Robert Burton,
1953: [] Powder River (Cast), Directed by Louis King, with Rory Calhoun, Corinne Calvet, Cameron Mitchell,
1952: [08.07] O'Henry's Full House (Baghdad on the Subway (Working title)) (Cast: Jimmie Valentine), Directed by Henry Hathaway, Howard Hawks, with John Steinbeck, Everett Glass, Dale Robertson,

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