John Bromfield
Actor and commercial fisherman
John Bromfield
John Bromfield (June 11, 1922 – September 19, 2005) was an American film and television actor. Bromfield was born in South Bend, Indiana. He played football and was a boxing champion in college. He served in the United States Navy. In 1948, he twice harpooned a whale in the documentary film Harpoon. In 1948, he was cast as a detective in the film Sorry, Wrong Number, starring Burt Lancaster and Barbara Stanwyck for Columbia Pictures.
Biography
John Bromfield's personal information overview.
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News
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Plainfield Blotter/Aug. 23, 2011 - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
John Bromfield, 29, 1508 N. May St., Joliet, arrested by the Plainfield Police Department at about 11:10 am Aug. 21 at US 30 and 135th Street on an in-state warrant. Karen Banas, 38, 25211 Sunderlin Road, Plainfield, arrested by the Plainfield Police
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The MOD Quad: Blood Bath, Burn Witch Burn, Harry In Your Pocket, and Keaton's Cop - Film School Rejects
Google News - over 5 years
CRIME AGAINST JOE (1956) Stars John Bromfield, Julie London, Henry Calvin. Directed by Lee Sholem. GUN BROTHERS (1956) Stars Buster Crabbe, Ann Robinson, Neville Brand. Directed by Sidney Salkow. THE BIG BOODLE (1956) Stars Rossana Rory, Errol Flynn,
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Holding on to the Cold War - Military.com
Google News - over 5 years
Star John Bromfield is a rare character in Hollywood. Once he figured out that the leading man thing wasn't really going to work out for him, he quit the business and became a commercial fisherman. The femme fatale is played by Joi Lansing,
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Technological tools of the trade printer - ProPrint
Google News - over 5 years
This was a conscious decision, says chief executive John Bromfield. “The signage does not say 'printers'. We don't work with local businesses unless they are on-sellers of print; we actually screen them and turn them away
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Vintage movies available on DVD - Deseret News
Google News - almost 6 years
Attractive cast livens up routine B-movie mystery about a Korean War vet and failed artist (John Bromfield) accused of murder and the pretty car hop (Julie London) that tries to help. "Ghost Town" (MGM Limited Edition, 1956, b/w, $19.98)
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Trade printer LEP Colour to triple in size - ProPrint
Google News - almost 6 years
LEP chief executive John Bromfield said: "The new premises will underpin our growth plans for the years ahead, and reflect the strength of our core business - as a national trade-exclusive printer." He said the move would allow the printer to
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Nominations sought for ALC's 'Outstanding Newcomer in Children Law' Award 2011 - Family Law Week
Google News - almost 6 years
Previous winners are Emma Meredith of North Yorkshire Legal Services, Deirdre Fottrell of Coram Chambers, Charlotte Rhodes of John Bromfield & Co, Sophia Khan from NYAS, Matthew Montanaro of Blakemores, Dorothea Gartland of 4 Paper Buildings and Jas
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CRITIC'S CHOICE
NYTimes - almost 9 years
THE FURIES The director Anthony Mann often told interviewers that he dreamed of making a western ''King Lear.'' He died in 1967, before he could realize the project, but had already come close in one of his first westerns: ''The Furies'' (1950). The title refers to the epic passion for revenge that drives the main characters, but it's also the name
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TRANSIT AUTHORITY STILL FIGHTS PROBLEMS CITED IN 1981 STUDY
NYTimes - almost 32 years
Four years have passed since a team of business executives went into New York City's bus and subway systems to conduct the most comprehensive study to date of how the Transit Authority functioned and how it could be improved. Finding a sluggish and poorly coordinated agency, with records kept in ledger books, storerooms full of defective parts and
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REMOVING GRAFFITI OUTSIDE THE HOUSE
NYTimes - about 36 years
''IHAD some words with neighborhood kids and the next morning obscenities were sprayed all over my stoop, cement work and shingles,'' said Joseph Spedaleri, a Queens homeowner. Mr. Spedaleri acted swiftly. He called in Klean-Vu Maintenance Inc., 32-16 36th Avenue, Long Island City, Queens (784-4611), the company hired by the city to keep Central
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of John Bromfield
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2005
    Age 82
    Died on September 19, 2005.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1960
    Age 37
    In 1960, Bromfield retired from acting to produce sports shows and work as a commercial fisherman off Newport Beach, California.
    More Details Hide Details Bromfield was divorced from actresses Corinne Calvet (1925–2001) and Larri Thomas (1932-2013). He died at age 83 from renal failure in Palm Desert, California, being survived by his third wife, Mary Bromfield.
  • 1956
    Age 33
    In 1956, Bromfield was cast as law enforcement officer Frank Morgan in the syndicated western-themed crime drama series Sheriff of Cochise, later retitled by studio boss Desi Arnaz, Sr. as U.S. Marshal.
    More Details Hide Details The real sheriff of Cochise County at the time, Jack Howard, visited the set when the program began and made Bromfield an honorary deputy. Bromfield once told The Los Angeles Times: "About 40 million see 'Sheriff of Cochise' or 'U.S. Marshal' every week. I'd have to do about twenty-five pictures, major pictures, over a span of eight or nine years for enough people to see me in the theater who see me in one week on 'U.S. Marshal'... The show is seen all over the world. Television is a fabulous medium." The series was actually created by his co-star Stan Jones, who appeared in twenty-four segments as Deputy Harry Olson.
  • 1955
    Age 32
    He also starred in horror films, including the 1955 3D production Revenge of the Creature, one of the Creature from the Black Lagoon sequels.
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  • 1953
    Age 30
    In 1953, Bromfield appeared with Esther Williams, Van Johnson and Tony Martin in the film Easy to Love.
    More Details Hide Details In the middle 1950s, he appeared in westerns, such as NBC's Frontier anthology series in the role of a sheriff in the episode "The Hanging at Thunder Butte Creek".
  • TWENTIES
  • 1948
    Age 25
    Farron Bromfield was born in South Bend, Indiana. He played football and was a boxing champion in college. He served in the United States Navy in World War II. In 1948, he twice harpooned a whale in the film Harpoon.
    More Details Hide Details The same year, he was cast as a detective in the film Sorry, Wrong Number, starring Burt Lancaster and Barbara Stanwyck for Paramount Pictures.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1922
    Born
    Born on June 11, 1922.
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