Job Actor
Years active 1951-2009
Known for Judges, police officers, authority figures
Top Roles Ace Stamper, Judge Fenton, Jocko, Narrator, Ghost of Christmas Present
Top GenresDrama, Western, Crime, Romance, War, Action
Top TopicsPeriod Piece, Christmas, Book-Based
Top Collaborators (Director), , (Director),
Shares birthday with Gibb McLaughlin, Isabel Jewell, Tim McIntire  see more..

Pat Hingle Overview:

Character actor, Pat Hingle, was born Martin Patterson Hingle on Jul 19, 1924 in Miami, FL. Hingle died at the age of 84 on Jan 3, 2009 in Carolina Beach, NC .

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By Caftan Woman on Jan 5, 2009 From Caftan Woman

Talented character actor has passed away at the age of 86.It was in the role of Dr. Chapman on "Gunsmoke" that I first became aware of his sterling presence. He replaced Milburn Stone as Dodge City's medical man for a time during Stone's health crisis. His introductory episode is one of... Read full article


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Pat Hingle Quotes:

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Judge Adam Fenton: Cooper, Charlie Blackfoot was seen in the town of Ridgeway. I got two unfilled warrants here for Blackfoot and Maddow. The law still wants 'em.


Judge Adam Fenton: Pick up the badge, Mr. Cooper.
[Cooper glares at Fenton]
Judge Adam Fenton: Pick up the badge, or leave justice to me and my men.


Judge Adam Fenton: Nineteen marshals and one court to commandeer 70,000 square miles. A happy hunting ground filled with bushwackers, horse thieves, whiskey peddlers, counterfeiters, hide peelers, marauders - they'd kill you for a hat band. Now that's why there's a badge in my desk, Cooper, itching to sit on somebody's chest... and no takers!


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Pat Hingle Facts
Had three children, Bill, Jody and Molly, by first wife Alyce.

One of only two actors to appear in all of the first four Batman movies. The other was actor Michael Gough who played Alfred.

Went to the University of Texas in 1942 on a tuba scholarship.

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