Howard St. John

Oct 9, 1905
Chicago, Illinois, USA


A stage actor of long standing (he started out in 1925), Howard St. John moved into films with 1949's Shockproof. St. John spent the next twenty years essaying blowhard big-business types like General Bullmoose in Li'l Abner (1959) and Coca-Cola executive J. J. Hazeltine in Billy Wilder's One Two Three. He offered a more three-dimensional… More


Howard St. John Videos

Strangers On A Train
2 minutes 29 seconds
Goodbye, My Fancy
30 seconds
Sex And The Single Girl
3 minutes 5 seconds
One, Two, Three
2 minutes 35 seconds
The Tender Trap
2 minutes 27 seconds

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