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Hank Henry

For the American soccer player, see Hank Henry (soccer).
Hank Henry
Born Henry Rosenthal
(1906-07-09)July 9, 1906
New York City, New York, USA
Died March 31, 1981(1981-03-31) (aged 74) (cancer)
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Occupation Actor

Hank Henry (July 9, 1906 – March 31, 1981) was an American film and television actor.

Henry was born Henry Rosenthal in New York City; the son of Anna (née Richards), and Franklin Rosenthal. Henry's mother came from England, and his father was German-American descended from the Pennsylvania Dutch.[1]

Henry acted in films such as This Is the Army, Junior Prom, The Joker Is Wild, Pal Joey, Ocean's 11, Pepe, Not Tonight Henry, Sergeants 3, Johnny Cool, Robin and the 7 Hoods, and The Only Game in Town. Henry made his television debut in The Thin Man in the episode "The Case of the Baggy Pants" portrayed Noonan. Henry last appeared on television 1970.

Henry died on March 31, 1981, in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the age of 74. He had suffered from cancer.


Year Title Role Notes
1970 The Only Game in Town Tony
1964 Robin and the 7 Hoods Six Seconds
1963 Johnny Cool Larry, the Bus Driver
1962 Sergeants 3 Blacksmith
1960 Not Tonight Henry Henry / Napoleon / Samson / Marc Antony / Captain John Smith / Cave Man
Pepe Sands Manager
Ocean's 11 Mr. Kelly (mortician)
1959 The Thin Man Noonan "The Case of the Baggy Pants" (1 episode)
1957 Pal Joey Mike Miggins
The Joker Is Wild Burlesque comedian
1946 Junior Prom Tony
1943 This Is the Army Bit part Uncredited
1937 Dime a Dance Homer


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Hank Henry at Allmovie

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