Al Haskell

Biography: Yet another country & western music performer turned B-Western bit player, mustachioed Al Haskell and his accordion joined Johnny Luther, Chuck Baldra, Jack Jones and, to the regret of his fans, a singing Ken Maynard in Honor of the Range (1934), and later performed with Oscar Gahan and Rudy Sooter in Roy Rogers' Frontier Pony Express (1939). As an actor, Haskell would appear in nearly 100 B-Westerns and serials, almost always unbilled and often playing a henchman. His screen career lasted well into the 1950s.

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tbd Bonanza: Season 6 Sep 20, 1964 Barfly tbd