Clyde Fillmore

Clyde Fillmore (October 25, 1874[1] December 19, 1946), born Clyde Fogle, was an American actor of stage and screen. He is best remembered for a 1920 silent film that is now long lost, The Devil's Pass Key directed by Erich von Stroheim. In the sound era he played several character parts sometimes uncredited. Began in films in 1918 at 43 after stage career.

Clyde Fillmore
The Devil's Pass Key (1920)
Clyde Fogle

October 25, 1874
DiedDecember 19, 1946 (Aged 70)
Resting placecremated
Years active1918-1946
Spouse(s)Lea Penman


Year Title Role Notes
1919The Millionaire PirateRobert Spurr
1919The Fire FlingersBenjamin Burley
1919When Fate DecidesDonald Cavendish
1919The Sundown TrailVelvet Eddy
1920Nurse MarjorieJohn Danbury
1920The Ladder of LiesPeter Gordon
1920The Devil's Pass KeyCaptain Rex Strong
1920Crooked StreetsLawrence Griswold
1920The Soul of YouthMr. Hamilton
1920A City SparrowDavid Muir
1921The Outside WomanDr. Frederick Ralston
1921ShamTom Jaffrey
1921The Sting of the LashJoel Grant
1921Moonlight FolliesTony Griswold
1922Real AdventureRodney Aldrich
1923The Midnight GuestWilliam Chatfield
1923The Love PirateChief Deputy Hugh Waring
1930Hot BridgeShort, Uncredited
1930Song ServiceMr. WellmanShort
1935Annapolis FarewellLieutenant CommanderUncredited
1937The Affairs of PierreShort
1938Air ParadeShort
1938Getting an EyefulBuddyShort
1941Unholy PartnersJason Grant
1941The Shanghai GestureThe Comprador
1942The Remarkable AndrewMayor Ollie Lancaster
1942Two Yanks in TrinidadCol. Powers
1942The Mystery of Marie RogetMons. De Luc
1942The Talk of the TownSenator James BoydUncredited
1942My Sister EileenRalph Craven
1942Laugh Your Blues AwaySen. Hargrave
1942Fall InArnold Benedict
1942When Johnny Comes Marching HomeHamilton Wellman
1943Margin for ErrorDr. Jennings
1943City Without MenSenator Malloy
1943Taxi, MisterAlderman Hogan, ex-Baseball Umpire
1943The More the MerrierSenator Noonan
1943Watch on the RhineSam Chandler
1943Swing FeverMr. Nagen
1943What a Woman!DillonUncredited
1944Once Upon a TimeFBI AgentUncredited
1944The Scarlet ClawInspectorUncredited
1944Christmas HolidayColonelUncredited
1944Gypsy WildcatUncreidted
1944LauraOwner of Bullitt & Co Ad AgencyUncredited
1944Bowery to BroadwayReformerUncredited
1944Three Is a FamilyMr. Spencer
1944Tahiti NightsHigh PriestUncredited
1945Keep Your Powder DryGen. BrettUncredited
1945Between Two WomenSlipper Room PatronUncredited
1945I'll Remember AprilJ.C. Cartwright
1945Guest WifePresident ReedUncredited
1945Lady on a TrainWaring CousinUncredited
1945The Hidden EyeRodney Hampton
1945Week-End at the WaldorfParty GuestUncredited
1945She Went to the RacesDr. BostwickUncredited
1945Hit the HayMayor Blackburn
1946Colonel Effingham's RaidEngineerUncredited
1946Bad BascombGov. ClarkUncredited
1946Strange VoyageBarrier, the Sportsman(final film role)


  1. Who Was Who on ScreenSilent Film Necrology p.170 2nd Edition by Eugene M. Vazzana c.2001
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