John Buckler (actor)
John Buckler born John Henry Clanfergael Buckler (1 April 1906 – 30 October 1936) was a British actor. He was the son of the actor Hugh Buckler and his wife Violet.
|Born||1 April 1906|
|Died||30 October 1936 (aged 30)|
|Cause of death||Road accident|
Buckler made his Broadway debut in 1925 as an English Reporter in The Green Hat that was based on the novel by Michael Arlen. He entered Hollywood films in 1934 and appeared in two MGM films David Copperfield (1935) and Tarzan Escapes as Captain Fry (1936).
Buckler and his father were driving together in a heavy rain storm when their car skidded off the road into Malibou Lake, California where both men died.
|1934||That's Gratitude||Clayton Lorimer|
|1935||David Copperfield||Ham Peggotty|
|1935||Eight Bells||Roy Dale|
|1935||The Black Room||Beran|
|1936||The Unguarded Hour||Defense Counsel|
|1936||Tarzan Escapes||Captain Fry||(final film role)|
- p. 134 Reid, John Howard A Risky Business Crime in the Movies Lulu.com