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 Baynes Barron

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Baynes Barron Famous memorial

Birth
New York, New York County (Manhattan), New York, USA
Death
21 Jul 1982 (aged 65)
San Diego, San Diego County, California, USA
Burial
Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Plot
Garden of Shemot, Map W9, Unit 63209
Memorial ID
84635002 View Source

Actor. He is best remembered for his portrayals of sheriffs, bartenders, police detectives or assorted westerners in several cinematic features of the 1940s and 1950s. After attaining his degree in theatrical arts from The HB Studio in New York City, New York, he relocated to California in the late 1940s and began his professional acting career in "The Secret of the Whistler" (1946). His other film appearances include "The Vigilante: Fighting Hero of the West" (1947), "Lust for Gold" (1949), "Wild Weed" (1949), "Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion" (1950), "The Sun Sets at Dawn" (1950), "Flame of Stamboul" (1951), "Radar Men from the Moon" (1952), "Aladdin and His Lamp" (1952), "Carbine Williams" (1952), "California Conquest" (1952), "Operation Secret" (1952), "The Silver Chalice" (1954), "The Big Combo" (1955), "The McConnell Story" (1955), "The Ten Commandments" (1956), "Death of a Scoundrel" (1956), "North by Northwest" (1959), "A Swingin' Affair" (1963), "The Strangler" (1964), "A House is not a Home" (1964), "The Devil's Chomps" (1968), and "C.H.O.M.P.S." (1979). With the advent of television, he flourished as a character actor and became a household name appearing in numerous guest spots on such syndicated sitcoms as "Gang Busters," "Death Valley Days," "The Adventures of Kit Carson," "General Electric Theater," "Sky King," "Highway Patrol," "The Joseph Cotten Show," "Circus Boy," "State Trooper," "Tales of the Texas Rangers," "Richard Diamond, Private Detective," "Decision," "26 Men," "Mike Hammer," "The Silent Service," "Rescue 8," "Jefferson Drum," "M Squad," "77 Sunset Strip," "Bronco," "The Rifleman," "Peter Gunn," "Bourbon Street Beat," "Laramie," "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," "The Loretta Young Show," "Surfside 6," "Shotgun Slade," "The Roaring 20's," "Lawman," "Tales of Wells Fargo," "The Untouchables," "Hazel," "Perry Mason," "I Dream of Jeannie," "Branded," "Bewitched," "Bonanza," "Gunsmoke," "Land of the Giants," and "Planet of the Apes". After retiring from acting in 1979, Barron was active in the Temple Israel of Hollywood, served as a chairman for the California State Democratic Committee, painted in oils, and was often seen playing golf during his tenure within the historic Los Angeles Country Club.

Actor. He is best remembered for his portrayals of sheriffs, bartenders, police detectives or assorted westerners in several cinematic features of the 1940s and 1950s. After attaining his degree in theatrical arts from The HB Studio in New York City, New York, he relocated to California in the late 1940s and began his professional acting career in "The Secret of the Whistler" (1946). His other film appearances include "The Vigilante: Fighting Hero of the West" (1947), "Lust for Gold" (1949), "Wild Weed" (1949), "Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion" (1950), "The Sun Sets at Dawn" (1950), "Flame of Stamboul" (1951), "Radar Men from the Moon" (1952), "Aladdin and His Lamp" (1952), "Carbine Williams" (1952), "California Conquest" (1952), "Operation Secret" (1952), "The Silver Chalice" (1954), "The Big Combo" (1955), "The McConnell Story" (1955), "The Ten Commandments" (1956), "Death of a Scoundrel" (1956), "North by Northwest" (1959), "A Swingin' Affair" (1963), "The Strangler" (1964), "A House is not a Home" (1964), "The Devil's Chomps" (1968), and "C.H.O.M.P.S." (1979). With the advent of television, he flourished as a character actor and became a household name appearing in numerous guest spots on such syndicated sitcoms as "Gang Busters," "Death Valley Days," "The Adventures of Kit Carson," "General Electric Theater," "Sky King," "Highway Patrol," "The Joseph Cotten Show," "Circus Boy," "State Trooper," "Tales of the Texas Rangers," "Richard Diamond, Private Detective," "Decision," "26 Men," "Mike Hammer," "The Silent Service," "Rescue 8," "Jefferson Drum," "M Squad," "77 Sunset Strip," "Bronco," "The Rifleman," "Peter Gunn," "Bourbon Street Beat," "Laramie," "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," "The Loretta Young Show," "Surfside 6," "Shotgun Slade," "The Roaring 20's," "Lawman," "Tales of Wells Fargo," "The Untouchables," "Hazel," "Perry Mason," "I Dream of Jeannie," "Branded," "Bewitched," "Bonanza," "Gunsmoke," "Land of the Giants," and "Planet of the Apes". After retiring from acting in 1979, Barron was active in the Temple Israel of Hollywood, served as a chairman for the California State Democratic Committee, painted in oils, and was often seen playing golf during his tenure within the historic Los Angeles Country Club.

Bio by: Lowell Thurgood


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Devoted brother of Ethel & uncle of Cynthia

True to family and friends
Loved, remembered, longed for always

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  • Originally Created by: gordonphilbin
  • Added: 7 Feb 2012
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 84635002
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/84635002/baynes-barron: accessed ), memorial page for Baynes Barron (29 May 1917–21 Jul 1982), Find a Grave Memorial ID 84635002, citing Mount Sinai Memorial Park, Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles County, California, USA; Maintained by Find a Grave.