Bruce Cabot

Bruce Cabot


Also Known As
Jacques Etienne Debujac
Birth Place
Carlsbad, New Mexico, USA
April 20, 1904
May 03, 1972
Cause of Death

Photos & Videos

King Kong - American Movie Posters
Sundown - Scene Stills
Sundown - Behind-the-Scenes Stills

Family & Companions

Adirenne Ames
Actor. Divorced.
Francesca DeScaffa
Actor. Divorced.




Cast (Feature Film)

Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
[Burt] Saxby
Big Jake (1971)
Sam Sharpnose
WUSA (1970)
King Wolyoe
Chisum (1970)
Sheriff Brady
The Undefeated (1969)
Jeff Newby
The Green Berets (1968)
Colonel Morgan
Hellfighters (1968)
Joe Horn
The War Wagon (1967)
Frank Pierce
The Chase (1966)
Cat Ballou (1965)
Sheriff Maledon
Black Spurs (1965)
Town Tamer (1965)
Riley Condor
In Harm's Way (1965)
Quartermaster Quoddy
Law of the Lawless (1964)
Joe Rile
McLintock! (1963)
Ben Sage
Hatari! (1962)
Bill "Indian" Vaughn
Rommel's Treasure (1962)
The Comancheros (1961)
Major Henry
The Red Cloak (1961)
Raniero d'Anversa
John Paul Jones (1959)
Gunner Lowrie
The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw (1959)
Goliath and the Barbarians (1959)
The Quiet American (1958)
Bill Granger
The Love Specialist (1958)
Lost in Alaska (1952)
Jake Stillman
Kid Monk Baroni (1952)
Mr. Hellman
Best of the Badmen (1951)
Cole Younger
Fancy Pants (1950)
Cart Belknap
Rock Island Trail (1950)
Kirby Morrow
Sorrowful Jones (1949)
Big Steve Holloway
The Gallant Legion (1948)
Beau Laroux
Gunfighters (1947)
Bard Macky
Angel and the Badman (1947)
Laredo Stevens
Avalanche (1946)
Steve Batchellor
Smoky (1946)
Fallen Angel (1945)
Dave Atkins
Divorce (1945)
Bob Phillips
Salty O'Rourke (1945)
Doc Baxter
The Desert Song (1943)
Colonel Fontaine
Wild Bill Hickok Rides (1942)
[Wild] Bill Hickok
Silver Queen (1942)
Gerald Forsythe
Pierre of the Plains (1942)
"Jap" Durkin
The Flame of New Orleans (1941)
Robert [Latour]
Sundown (1941)
[William] Crawford, District Commissioner of Manieka
Susan and God (1940)
Girls Under 21 (1940)
Smiley Ryan
Captain Caution (1940)
[Lehrman] Slade
Mystery of the White Room (1939)
Dr. Bob Clayton
My Son Is Guilty (1939)
Ritzy Kerry
Homicide Bureau (1939)
[Lieutenant] Jim Logan
Mickey, the Kid (1939)
Jim Larch, also known as Jim Adams
Dodge City (1939)
Jeff Surrett
Tenth Avenue Kid (1938)
Jim "Silk" Loomis
Sinners in Paradise (1938)
Robert Malone [also known as "The Torpedo"]
Smashing the Rackets (1938)
Steve Lawrence
The Bad Man of Brimstone (1937)
[Chester] "Blackjack" McCreedy
Bad Guy (1937)
[John] "Lucky" Walden
Love Takes Flight (1937)
Neil "Brad" Bradshaw
Don't Gamble with Love (1936)
Jerry Edwards
Three Wise Guys (1936)
"Blackie" [Swanson]
Sinner Take All (1936)
Ernie [Hyams]
Legion of Terror (1936)
Frank Marshall
Don't Turn 'Em Loose (1936)
Bat Williams, alias of Bob Webster
Robin Hood of El Dorado (1936)
Bill Warren
Fury (1936)
Kirby Dawson
The Last of the Mohicans (1936)
The Big Game (1936)
Cal Calhoun
Without Children (1935)
David F. Cole
Show Them No Mercy! (1935)
Let 'Em Have It (1935)
Joe Keefer
Redhead (1934)
Ted Brown
Night Alarm (1934)
Hal Ashby
Men of the Night (1934)
Detective Sergeant "Stake-Out" Kelly
Murder on the Blackboard (1934)
[Addison] Stevens
Finishing School (1934)
[Dr. Ralph "Mac"] McFarland
His Greatest Gamble (1934)
Their Big Moment (1934)
Lane Franklyn
Lucky Devils (1933)
The Great Jasper (1933)
Roger McGowd, as an adult
Shadows of Sing Sing (1933)
Bob Martel
Disgraced (1933)
Kirk Underwood, Jr.
Flying Devils (1933)
Ace Murray
Midshipman Jack (1933)
Jack [B.] Austin
Ann Vickers (1933)
Captain Resnick
Scarlet River (1933)
King Kong (1933)
Jack Driscoll
The Roadhouse Murder (1932)
Fred Dykes

Life Events


Film acting debut

Photo Collections

King Kong - American Movie Posters
Following are several American movie posters from King Kong (1933), both original release and reissue posters. The film was reissued theatrically in the U.S. in 1938, 1946, 1952, and 1956.
Sundown - Scene Stills
Here are several scene stills from Walter Wanger's Sundown (1941), starring Gene Tierney, Bruce Cabot, and George Sanders.
Sundown - Behind-the-Scenes Stills
Here are a few photos taken behind-the-scenes during production of Walter Wanger's Sundown (1941), directed by Henry Hathaway and starring Gene Tierney and Bruce Cabot.
Sundown - Lobby Cards
Here are some Lobby Cards from Walter Wanger's Sundown (1941), from the original 1941 release as well as a 1948 reissue. Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.
Sundown - Movie Posters
Here are a few movie posters from Walter Wanger's Sundown (1941), starring Gene Tierney and Bruce Cabot. Posters on view include a few from the original release as well as from later reissues.
Sundown - Pressbook
Here is the campaign book (pressbook) for the 1948 reissue of Walter Wanger's Sundown (1941). Pressbooks were sent to exhibitors and theater owners to aid them in publicizing the film's run in their theater.
Sundown - Publicity Stills
Here are some photos taken to help publicize Walter Wanger's Sundown (1941), starring Gene Tierney and Bruce Cabot. Publicity stills were specially-posed photos, usually taken off the set, for purposes of publicity or reference for promotional artwork.
King Kong - Publicity Stills
Here are a number of publicity stills of the human cast of RKO's King Kong (1933). Publicity stills were specially-posed photos, usually taken off the set, for purposes of publicity or reference for promotional artwork.


Movie Clip

Ann Vickers (1933) -- (Movie Clip) I Once Bit A Policeman Popular Settlement House worker Irene Dunne (title character) meets Captain Resnick (Bruce Cabot), about to ship off to war in Europe, John Cromwell directing, from the first novel published by Sinclair Lewis after he won the Nobel Prize for Literature, in Ann Vickers, 1933.
Desert Song, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Step Out Of The Sun Joining the uncommonly complex early exposition, we’ve barely met Dennis Morgan, a guy who shares bathing facilities in Morocco with a reporter (Lynne Overman), then the new singer in town (Irene Manning) converses with her boss (Nestor Paiva) and a French colonel (Bruce Cabot), in Warner Bros.’ The Desert Song, 1944.
Desert Song, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) One Alone Working in the song from the 1926 Sig Romberg operetta (lyrics credited to Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein II and Frank Mandel), American Paul (Dennis Morgan) entertains the French commander (Bruce Cabot), joined by singer Margot (Irene Manning), but really alerting the local Moroccan rebels, Gene Lockhart the club owner, in The Desert Song, 1944.
Desert Song, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) You Talk Like An American In a still nameless Moroccan city, piano player Paul (Dennis Morgan), whom we suspect might support the local rebels, has a friendly joust with Margot (Irene Manning), the new singer from France, who is friendly but seems to still prefer the French officer Fontaine (Bruce Cabot), in The Desert Song, 1944.
Last Of The Mohicans, The (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Want Paleface Squaws Shifty Magua (Bruce Cabot) is leading Brit Hayward (Henry Wilcoxon) and his commanding officer’s daughters (Binnie Barnes, Heather Angel) toward abduction, fortunately Hawkeye (Randolph Scott) and the Mohicans (Robert Barrat, Philip Reed) have followed, in The Last Of The Mohicans, 1936.
Last Of The Mohicans, The (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Haircut By Huron Barbers Impressive location shooting as Hawkeye (Randolph Scott) convinces Hayward (Henry Wilcoxon) they’d better save British Alice and Cora (Binnie Barnes, Heather Angel) from the Hurons quick, then some back-story for James Fenimore Cooper’s hero, in The Last Of The Mohicans, 1936.
King Kong (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Sacrifice Having locked the gate and delivered the sacrificial Ann (Fay Wray), the native chief (Steve Clemento) summons the ape for his first appearance in Merian C. Cooper's King Kong, 1933.
King Kong (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Beauty And Beast Filmmaker Carl (Robert Armstrong) inspires Ann (Fay Wray) to some impressive acting for the camera, causing the captain (Frank Reicher) and first mate Jack (Bruce Cabot) further concern regarding what his mysterious movie is really about, en route to Skull Island in the original King Kong, 1933.
Dodge City (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Coffee Pot On Wheels Events on the Kansas plains, 1870’s, proudly Irish ex-Confederate Texan mercenary Hatton (Errol Flynn) and his mates (Alan Hale, Guinn Williams) check in with railroad poobah Dodge (Henry O’Neill) then challenge buffalo poacher and crime-boss Surrett (Bruce Cabot), in Warner Bros.’ Dodge City, 1939.
Finishing School (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Virginia's Going To Get Fried Savvy “Pony” (Ginger Rogers) and novice pal Virginia (Frances Dee) from boarding school, having deployed a fake chaperone, arrive at their New York hotel for weekend partying, where waiter Mac (Bruce Cabot) soon becomes more relevant than their frat-boy dates, in Finishing School, 1934.
King Kong (1933) -- (Movie Clip) The Eighth Wonder! Filmmaker turned exhibitor Carl Denham (Robert Armstrong) at last introduces Kong, along with Ann (Fay Wray), for his New York debut, and it turns out he doesn't like flash bulbs, opening the climax of the original King Kong, 1933.
Last Of The Mohicans, The (1936) -- (Movie Clip) This Is Merely A Skirmish British Colonel Munro (Hugh Buckler) in Albany, 1757, hopes to recruit Colonial troops, but the proper fight begins when Randolph Scott appears, as James Fenimore Cooper’s Hawkeye, not swayed by the pitch from Major Hayward (Henry Wilcoxon), in The Last Of The Mohicans, 1936.



Adirenne Ames
Actor. Divorced.
Francesca DeScaffa
Actor. Divorced.