Chick Hannon

A typical B-Western "dog heavy," burly Chick Hannon almost never received onscreen billing and was more often than not merely observed scowling in the background, an anonymous member of the gang. A rare exception was ... Read more »

Filmography

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Back in the Saddle (Movie)

Saloon guest (Actor)

Bells of Capistrano (Movie)

Bar guest (Actor)

Code of the Saddle (Movie)

(Actor)

Danger Valley (Movie)

Old Timer (Actor)

Guns in the Dark (Movie)

(Actor)

Man from Cheyenne (Movie)

(Actor)

Reckless Ranger (Movie)

Henry (Actor)

Riders of the Dawn (Movie)

(Actor)

Robin Hood of the Pecos (Movie)

(Actor)

Roll, Wagons, Roll (Movie)

Pioneer rider (Actor)

Sing, Cowboy, Sing (Movie)

Henchman (Actor)

Singing Outlaw (Movie)

(Actor)

Stagecoach to Denver (Movie)

townsman (Actor)

The Carson City Kid (Movie)

(Actor)

The Ranger and the Lady (Movie)

(Actor)

The Trusted Outlaw (Movie)

(Actor)

Trouble in Texas (Movie)

(Actor)

Tumbledown Ranch in Arizona (Movie)

(Actor)

Under Fiesta Stars (Movie)

henchman (Actor)

Westbound Stage (Movie)

(Actor)

Biography

A typical B-Western "dog heavy," burly Chick Hannon almost never received onscreen billing and was more often than not merely observed scowling in the background, an anonymous member of the gang. A rare exception was the 1934 Jack Randall/Monogram oater Stars Over Arizona, in which his character actually had a name: Yucca Bill. But he was still a henchman, a member of Warner Richmond's Tuba City gang. Hannon had begun turning up in westerns and serials in the mid-'30s and would go on to appear in nearly 200 films before his retirement in the late '50s.

~ Hans J. Wollstein, All Movie Guide

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