William Joseph “Bill” Cartledge Sr.

William Joseph “Bill” Cartledge Sr.

Birth
Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, USA
Death 11 Jul 1975 (aged 60)
Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara County, California, USA
Burial Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara County, California, USA
Plot Central Section, Block- F- Grave- 199
Memorial ID 18122237 · View Source
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Actor. Born in Alabama, Bill Cartledge is best known for playing the roles of jockeys or bellhops. His best known role is that of George Woolf in the 1949 film, "The Story Of Seabiscuit." Cartledge's other films include, "Splendor" (1947), "Speed To Burn" (1938), "Newsboys' Home" (1938), "Fast And Furious" (1939), "I Take This Woman" (1940), "Junior G-Men" (1940), "Playmates" (1941), "Tarzan's New York Adventure" (1942), "The Scarlet Claw" (1944), "Undercurrent" (1945), "Unfaithfully Yours" (1948), "Fighting Fools" (1949), "The Great Dan Patch" (1949), "Dark city" (1950), "The Lemon Drop Kid" (1951), "Crazy Over Horses" (1951), "Escape To Burma" (1955), and the comedy, "The Court Jester" (1955). Cartledge also appeared in the 1950s television series, "The Public Defender", and was a stuntman for John Wayne's film, "The Searchers" (1956).

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  • Originally Created by: Peterborough K
  • Added: 1 Mar 2007
  • Find a Grave Memorial 18122237
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for William Joseph “Bill” Cartledge Sr. (4 Oct 1914–11 Jul 1975), Find a Grave Memorial no. 18122237, citing Santa Barbara Cemetery, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara County, California, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave .