Irving Bacon

Sep 6, 1893


Irving Bacon entered films at the Keystone Studios in 1913, where his athletic prowess and Ichabod Crane-like features came in handy for the Keystone brand of broad slapstick. He appeared in over 200 films during the silent and sound era, often playing mailmen, soda jerks and rustics. In The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938) it is Irving, as a flustered… More


Irving Bacon Videos

Room For One More
29 seconds
Hard To Get
3 minutes 51 seconds
John Loves Mary
30 seconds
They Died With Their Boots On
3 minutes 46 seconds
A Star Is Born
2 minutes 14 seconds

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