Earle Hodgins (1893–1964)

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Photos

  • Tom London, Monte Hale, Earle Hodgins, Jack Kirk, Allan Lane, and Linda Stirling in The Topeka Terror (1945)
  • Monte Hale, Earle Hodgins, Jack Kirk, Allan Lane, Linda Stirling, Sid Troy, and Twinkle Watts in The Topeka Terror (1945)
  • Budd Buster, Bill Elliott, George 'Gabby' Hayes, and Earle Hodgins in Hidden Valley Outlaws (1944)
  • Bill Elliott, George 'Gabby' Hayes, and Earle Hodgins in Hidden Valley Outlaws (1944)
  • Tom London, Earle Hodgins, Rose Plumer, and Allen D. Sewall in Phantom of the Plains (1945)
  • Earle Hodgins, George O'Hanlon, and Lupe Velez in Ladies' Day (1943)

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Filmography


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Did You Know

Trivia

Hodgins is best remembered for his many roles as a fast-talking con man, medicine-show pitchman or carnival barker who would interrupt his rapid-fire spiel to shoo kids away from his stage ("get away, son, ya bother me").


Trademark

Often played fast-talking carnival sideshow barker, medicine show pitchman, etc., often shooing away unruly children by saying "Go away, son, you bother me."


Nickname

Earl Hudgins


Star Sign

Libra

Personal Details

Born

George Earl Hodgins

Payson, Utah, USA

Died

(age 70)
Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA

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