Jon Hall Overview:

Actor, Jon Hall, was born Charles Felix Locher on Feb 23, 1915 in Fresno, CA. Hall died at the age of 64 on Dec 13, 1979 in North Hollywood, CA .

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He was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Motion Pictures and Television.

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Kit Carson: There's more in them graves than just people.


Maria Sorenson: Are you insane?
Frank Raymond: No, just transparent. You wouldn't call a window insane, would you?


Frank Raymond: You Nazis. I pity the devil when you boys start arriving in bunches.


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His last public appearance was just a few months before his death, at the premiere of Hurricane (1979), the remake of The Hurricane (1937) in which Hall starred.

Of Swiss & Tahitian ancestry, his father, Felix Locher, was a former world skating champion turned actor and his mother was a Tahitian princess. Nephew of author James Norman Hall who wrote the book on which his star-making role in The Hurricane (1937) was based. Cousin of cinematographer Conrad L. Hall and Ben Chapman who played the creature (when out of the water) in the cult classic, Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954).

Screen-tested by Universal for the role of Flash Gordon; the part eventually went to Buster Crabbe.

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