William Haade Overview:

Character actor, William Haade, was born on Mar 2, 1903 in New York City, NY. Haade died at the age of 63 on Nov 15, 1966 in Los Angeles, CA .


Visually a cross between Harry Carey and Bruce Cabot, William Haade made his film debut as the boxing champion managed by Humphrey Bogart in "Kid Galahad". After getting himself knocked out by Wayne Morris in the climatic bout, Haade spent the next 20 years being slugged by other movie heroes, mostly in minor westerns, before quitting films for television.

(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Illustrated Dictionary of Film Character Actors).



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[Using reverse psychology, Dude convinces Slim to fight Dan]
Dude Elliott: He's just waitin' for you to start something!
Slim: Well, I'm an accommodating guy. I'll wait for him in the bar.

[to renegade Indians]
Barton Ward: Remember - white people must die!

Chuck McGraw: [about Ward] I'll take care of that guppy!

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Muscular American character actor of Dutch extraction. Tended to play bullies and assorted western heavies. Best remembered as the alcoholic prizefighter (managed by Humphrey Bogart) who is punched out by Wayne Morris in the finale to 'Kid Galahad' (1937).

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