Jack Perrin

Jack Perrin
Film: West side of the 1700 block of Vine Street
Born July 25, 1896 in Three Rivers, MI
Died Dec. 17, 1967 in Los Angeles, CA

Jack Perrin, who appeared in hundreds of movies, began his career in the early days of motion pictures.

He made his film debut in 1917 in "Luke's Lost Liberty," which starred Harold Lloyd and Bebe Daniels.

In the 1930s Perrin appeared in mostly B-western films such as "The Sheriff's Secret" (1931), "Rawhide Mail" (1934), "Hair-Trigger Casey" (1936), "The Painted Stallion" (1937) and many more.

Perrin spent the rest of his career in minor roles in motion pictures and television. His last role was in the "Flower Drum Song" (1961).

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