Classic Movie Hub (CMH)
 
 

LeRoy Mason Overview:

Character actor, LeRoy Mason, was born on Jul 2, 1903 in Larimore, ND. Mason died at the age of 44 on Oct 13, 1947 in Los Angeles, CA .

HONORS and AWARDS:

.

BlogHub Articles:

No article for at this time. Submit yours here.

LeRoy Mason Quotes:

Lt. Gov. Alfredo Dupray: A whistling arrow...
Zamorro: A whistling arrow warned the fur traders before they got into range. After that we could do nothing.
Lt. Gov. Alfredo Dupray: Bah! It's time we put a stop to these-these interuptions.
Zamorro: All the peons and the Indians think for sure that the stallion is a ghost horse and the rider an Indian spirit.
Lt. Gov. Alfredo Dupray: No spirit ever shot an arrow like this.


read more quotes from LeRoy Mason...



Share this page:
Featuring
(1947)
Sun. 07 Apr. 03:45 PM EST

See Today's TCM Schedule >>
Also a Cancer






See All Cancers >>
LeRoy Mason Facts
Often played the "heavy" opposite such cowboy stars as Hoot Gibson, William Desmond, Tom Mix' and Gene Autry.

His career peaked in the mid to late 1920s when he played lead roles with such actresses as Betty Blythe, Belle Bennett and Esther Ralston.

Suffered heart attack on the set of California Firebrand (1948).

See All Related Facts >>