Joe Sawyer

Comedic character actor in film since the early 1930s, usually as a no-nonsense cop or military figure.
Born: 08/29/1906 in Guelph, CA


Actor (88)

How the West Was Won 1962 (Movie)

Ship's Officer (Actor)

North to Alaska 1960 (Movie)

Commissioner (Actor)

The Killing 1956 (Movie)

Mike O'Reilly (Actor)

Johnny Dark 1954 (Movie)

Svenson (Actor)

Riding Shotgun 1954 (Movie)

Tom Biggert (Actor)

Taza, Son of Cochise 1954 (Movie)

Sergeant Hamma (Actor)

The Abbott and Costello Show 1951 - 1954 (TV Show)


It Came From Outer Space 1953 (Movie)

Frank Daylon (Actor)

And Baby Makes Three 1949 (Movie)


Coroner Creek 1948 (Movie)

Frank Yordy (Actor)

Gilda 1946 (Movie)


Brewster's Millions 1945 (Movie)

Hacky Smith (Actor)

Hey, Rookie 1944 (Movie)

Sergeant (Actor)

The Outlaw 1943 (Movie)


Let's Face It 1942 (Movie)


Tarzan's Desert Mystery 1942 (Movie)


Sergeant York 1941 (Movie)

Sergeant Early (Actor)

Tanks a Million 1940 (Movie)

Sgt. William Ames (Actor)

The Grapes of Wrath 1940 (Movie)


The Lady From Cheyenne 1940 (Movie)


The Long Voyage Home 1940 (Movie)


They Died With Their Boots On 1940 (Movie)

Sergeant Doolittle (Actor)

Dark Command 1939 (Movie)

Bushropp (Actor)

Melody Ranch 1939 (Movie)

Jasper Wildhack (Actor)

The Santa Fe Trail 1939 (Movie)

Kitzmiller (Actor)

The Roaring Twenties 1938 (Movie)


You Can't Get Away With Murder 1938 (Movie)

Red (Actor)

San Quentin 1936 (Movie)

'Sailor Boy' Hansen (Actor)

Black Legion 1935 (Movie)


The Informer 1934 (Movie)

Bartly Mulholland (Actor)

The Petrified Forest 1934 (Movie)

Jackie (Actor)

A Double Life (Movie)

Pete Bonner (Actor)

About Face (Movie)

Sergeant Ames (Actor)

Alaska Highway (Movie)

Roughhouse (Actor)

Always in Trouble (Movie)

Buster Mussendorfer (Actor)

Belle Starr (Movie)

John Cole (Actor)

Big Brown Eyes (Movie)

Jack Sully (Actor)

Broadway Gondolier (Movie)

Red (Actor)

Brooklyn Orchid (Movie)

Eddie Corbett (Actor)

College Humor (Movie)

Tex Roust (Actor)

College Rhythm (Movie)

Spud Miller (Actor)

Comin' Round the Mountain (Movie)

Kalem McCoy (Actor)

Confessions of a Nazi Spy (Movie)

Renz (Actor)

Deadline at Dawn (Movie)

Babe Dooley (Actor)

Down Mexico Way (Movie)

Allen (Actor)

Fighting Father Dunne (Movie)

Steve Davis (Actor)

Frisco Kid (Movie)

Slugs Crippen (Actor)

Frontier Marshal (Movie)

Curly Bill (Actor)

Gambling Ship (Movie)

Tony Garzoni (Actor)

Great Guy (Movie)

Joe Burton (Actor)

Hay Foot (Movie)


Here Comes Trouble (Movie)

Ames (Actor)

Hit the Ice (Movie)

Buster (Actor)

I Found Stella Parish (Movie)

Chuck (Actor)

I Stole a Million (Movie)

Billings (Actor)

If You Knew Susie (Movie)

Zero Zantini (Actor)

Jimmy the Gent (Movie)

Mike (Actor)

Joe Palooka, Champ (Movie)

Lefty (Actor)

King of the Lumberjacks (Movie)

Jigger (Actor)

Last of the Duanes (Movie)

Bull Lossomer (Actor)

Moon Over Las Vegas (Movie)

Joe (Actor)

Navy Blues (Movie)

Chips (Actor)

Passport Husband (Movie)

Duke Selton (Actor)

Pride of the Marines (Movie)

Tennessee (Actor)

Red Skies of Montana (Movie)

Pop Miller (Actor)

Rose Bowl (Movie)


Roses Are Red (Movie)

Wall (Actor)

Shopworn (Movie)


Slim (Movie)

Wilcox (Actor)

Special Agent (Movie)

Rich (Actor)

Stamboul Quest (Movie)

German Officer (Actor)

Stolen Heaven (Movie)

Bako (Actor)

Swamp Water (Movie)

Hardy Ragan (Actor)

Tarzan's Revenge (Movie)

Olaf (Actor)

The Gay Amigo (Movie)

Sgt. McNully (Actor)

The House Across the Bay (Movie)

Charlie (Actor)

The Lady and the Mob (Movie)

Blinky Mack (Actor)

The Lucky Stiff (Movie)

Tony (Actor)

The Man on the Flying Trapeze (Movie)

Ambulance Driver (Actor)

The Naughty Nineties (Movie)

Bailey (Actor)

The Runaround (Movie)

Hutchins (Actor)

The Singing Sheriff (Movie)

Squint (Actor)

The Storm (Movie)

Kelly (Actor)

They Gave Him a Gun (Movie)

Doyle (Actor)

Tornado (Movie)

Charlie Boswell (Actor)

Tucson (Movie)

Tod Bryant (Actor)

Whole Town's Talking (Movie)

Mannion's Henchman (Actor)

Wrecking Crew (Movie)

Fred Bunce (Actor)


Comedic character actor in film since the early 1930s, usually as a no-nonsense cop or military figure.