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Aldrich Bowker (1875–1947)

Aldrich Bowker was born on January 1, 1875 in Ashby, Massachusetts, USA as Alfred Aldrich Bowker. He was an actor, known for Ball of Fire (1941), The Major and the Minor (1942) and I Married a Witch (1942). He died on March 21, 1947 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Ball of Fire
Ball of Fire Justice of the Peace
The Major and the Minor
The Major and the Minor Reverend Doyle
I Married a Witch
I Married a Witch Justice of the Peace
Abe Lincoln in Illinois
Abe Lincoln in Illinois Judge Bowling Green


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 1942 I Married a Witch
Justice of the Peace
 1942 The Major and the Minor
Reverend Doyle
 1942 Mississippi Gambler
Judd Higgins - Mississippi Newspaper Editor
 1942 I Was Framed
Dr. Phillip Black
 1941 Ball of Fire
Justice of the Peace
 1941 Love Crazy
Jimmy - the Doorman (uncredited)
 1941 The Wagons Roll at Night
Mr. Williams
 1941 Pot o' Gold
Judge Mike Murray (uncredited)
 1941 Meet John Doe
Pop Dwyer (uncredited)
 1941 Romance of the Rio Grande
Padre Martinez
 1940 Jennie
Dr. Hildebrand
 1940 Susan and God
 1940 Those Were the Days!
Judge Squire Jennings
 1940 It All Came True
Father McDuffy (uncredited)
 1939 On Dress Parade
Father Ryan
 1939 No Place to Go
 1939 Angels Wash Their Faces
 1939 Everybody's Hobby
Uncle Bert Leslie
 1939 These Glamour Girls
Charlie - the Counterman (uncredited)
 1939 Waterfront
Father Dunn

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Was a long-time stage performer in Chicago, Cinncinnatti, and in summer stock at Whalom Park in Lunenburg, Massachusetts. Was a pioneer in "open air" theatre at Whalom Park and at his summer home in Ashburnham, Mass., where other performers were frequent guests, including Ainsworth Arnold and Bette Davis. See more »

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Was the presenter at the 1937 Pulitzer Prize ceremony when 'George S. Kaufman (I)' won the prize for "You Can't Take it With You".



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