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Rondo Hatton was in dozens of films, often as an extra. The exact number of films is unknown, as many of the films are missing, and Rondo was (more often than not) uncredited for the films he did appear in.
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The Hoxton Creeper, a brutish man working for the film's main villain, who kills his victims michael kors handbags on sale clearance by breaking their backs with his bare hands. Rondo would play The Creeper (of slight variations thereof) twice more.
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(1946), Rondo again played The Creeper. This time, he is rescued from the river by an artist who, after being condemned by the critics decides to end it all by drowning himself. However, upon seeing The Creeper's fascinating visage, the artist finds inspiration to continue his work. He allows The Creeper to live with him, often dropping casual hints over breakfast that the world would be so much nicer if such and such art critic were gone. In The Brute Man, Rondo played michael kors warehouse sale
Hal Moffet, a formerly handsome college boy who was disfigured in a chemistry lab accident wh
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