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Pat Harmon’s height is 5ft 11.5in (1.82 m)

Plummer Hull Harman, known professionally as Pat Harmon, was an American film actor. He appeared in 134 films between 1920 and 1947. He was born in Lewistown, Illinois and died in Riverside, California.

Pat Harmon

Best Known For Movie: The Freshman
Born: February 3, 1886, Lewiston, Illinois, United States
Filmography: Modern Times (1936), Last of the Clintons (1935), The Silent Code (1935), The Rainmakers (1935), The New Frontier (1935), Frontier Justice (1935), Heir to Trouble (1935), The Man from Guntown (1935), Trails End (1935), The Outlaw Deputy (1935), The Nitwits (1935), Border Vengeance (1935), Devil’s Canyon (1935), Tailspin Tommy (1934), Port of Lost Dreams (1934), Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back (1934), The Cat’s-Paw (1934), Friends of Mr. Sweeney (1934), Another Wild Idea (1934), Benny, from Panama (1934), I Hate Women (1934), Twisted Rails (1934), Morocco Nights (1934), The Crime of Helen Stanley (1934), City Limits (1934), Palooka (1934), Sons of the Desert (1933), The Mystery Squadron (1933), Fargo Express (1933), From Headquarters (1933), Hold the Press (1933), The Bowery (1933), Saturday’s Millions (1933), Her First Mate (1933), By Appointment Only (1933), Heroes for Sale (1933), Somewhere in Sonora (1933), Night of Terror (1933), Daring Daughters (1933), King Kong (1933), What! No Beer? (1933), Fallen Arches (1933), Parachute Jumper (1933), Laughter in Hell (1933), Taxi for Two (1932), Merry-Go-Round (1932), Malay Nights (1932), The Fourth Horseman (1932), Pack Up Your Troubles (1932), Hold ‘Em Jail (1932), The Texas Bad Man (1932), Border Devils (1932), Scandal for Sale (1932), Battling Buckaroo (1932), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931), The Secret Menace (1931), Ladies of the Big House (1931), Two-Gun Caballero (1931), The Tip-Off (1931), Speed (1931), Monkey Business (1931), First to Fight (1931), Sweepstakes (1931), Ex-Sweeties (1931), Ten Cents a Dance (1931), Finn and Hattie (1931), Fair Warning (1931), Other Men’s Women (1931), The Gang Buster (1931), Madonna of the Streets (1930), See America Thirst (1930), Don’t Bite Your Dentist (1930), Her Man (1930), The Spoilers (1930), The Last of the Duanes (1930), Romance (1930), Let’s Go Native (1930), Love Among the Millionaires (1930), Fast Work (1930), The Border Legion (1930), Hell’s Angels (1930), Free and Easy (1930), The Ship from Shanghai (1930), Navy Blues (1929), Dark Streets (1929), Berth Marks (1929), Small Talk (1929), Spite Marriage (1929), Weary River (1929), Sunset Pass (1929), The Last Warning (1929), Homesick (1928), The Sideshow (1928), The Barker (1928), Show People (1928), Sal of Singapore (1928), Hubby’s Weekend Trip (1928), Waterfront (1928), Court-Martial (1928), Across to Singapore (1928), The Best Man (1928), The Beach Club (1928), The Broken Mask (1928), The Haunted Ship (1927), The Warning (1927), My Best Girl (1927), Hazardous Valley (1927), Lightning (1927), Snowbound (1927), The Bachelor’s Baby (1927), Josselyn’s Wife (1926), Sin Cargo (1926), The Unknown Cavalier (1926), Breed of the Sea (1926), College Days (1926), The Dixie Flyer (1926), The Cowboy Cop (1926), The Phantom Bullet (1926), Winning the Futurity (1926), The Barrier (1926), The Fighting Edge (1926), The Lure of the Wild (1925), Isn’t Love Cuckoo? (1925), A Fight to the Finish (1925), S.O.S. Perils of the Sea (1925), A Sweet Pickle (1925), All Abroad (1925), Over Thereabouts (1925), The Freshman (1925), Cold Turkey (1925), Fighting Youth (1925), Barriers Burned Away (1925), Hot Water (1924), The Silent Watcher (1924), American Manners (1924), Sawdust Trail (1924), The Battling Fool (1924), Behind the Curtain (1924), Fight and Win (1924), The Back Trail (1924), The Midnight Express (1924), Ridgeway of Montana (1924), The Bull Tosser (1924), Surging Seas (1924), The Martyr Sex (1924), Ruth of the Range (1923), The Eternal Struggle (1923), The Phantom Fortune (1923), The Midnight Guest (1923), Riders of the Law (1922), The Firebrand (1922), The Kentucky Derby (1922), In the Days of Buffalo Bill (1922), Red Hot Finish (1920), A Man’s Game (1934), ESPN SportsCentury (2000-2001), A Tribute to the Boys: Laurel and Hardy (1992), The Laurel and Hardy Show (1986), Dance of the Cookoos (1982), The Little Rascals (1955), The Sin of Harold Diddlebock (1947).
Other Names: Pat Harman
Astrological Sign: Aquarius
Occupation: Film Actor
Died: November 26, 1958, Riverside, California, United States
Ex-spouse: Pearl Owings
Height: 5ft 11.5in (1.82 m)

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