|Birth: ||Sep. 2, 1889|
|Death: ||Oct. 14, 1958|
American Motion Picture Actor. He earned cinematic fame as a comic drunk despite being a teetotaller. Norton entered films in 1934 often playing stone-cold sober characters as well. The Jack Norton which audiences loved was first seen in "Cockeyed Cavaliers" (1934). Norton would actually follow a drunk for blocks, memorizing each movement in order to perfect his character. He played sober roles in "You Belong to Me" (1940), "The Fleet's In" (1941), "Sin of Harold Diddlebock" (1946), "The Awful Tooth" (1938), "Heather and Yon" (1944) and the Three Stooges' "Rhythm and Weep" (1946). He retired from films in 1948 due to illness.
Sacred Hearts of Jesus & Mary R.C. Cemetery
New York, USA
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Originally Created by: Jim Caron
Record added: Oct 31, 2002
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More often than not, your moment on the screen was the highlight of the entire movie! Rest in laughter...|
Added: Jul. 19, 2015
Billy R. Edgar
Added: Jun. 19, 2015
Because We Never Met Each Other Jack, I Decided To Come Visit You On Here Today. May You Rest In Eternal Peace.|
Robert David Miller
Added: Feb. 2, 2015
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