Colin Chase

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Colin Chase
A Cry at Midnight (1916) - 1.jpg
Director Robert Ross, production company president Robert Broadwell, Mae Gaston, Thomas Carrigan, and Mrs. Colin Chase and Colin Chase on location for A Cry at Midnight (1916)
Born April 13, 1886
Died April 24, 1937(1937-04-24) (aged 51)
Occupation Film actor
Years active 1915-1937

Colin Chase (April 13, 1886, Lewiston, Idaho – April 24, 1937, Sawtelle, California) was an American silent film actor.

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Born in 1886 in Idaho, Chase signed for his first film role in 1915 and starred in about 45 films until his death from a paralysis attack in 1937.

In films from 1915, Chase played scores of villainous roles, often in Westerns where he took to using the more relaxed moniker of Bud Chase. Chase was a busy supporting player, especially with Fox, and he had no trouble adjusting to talkies. He died, suddenly, from an attack of paralysis. A former cartoonist for a Chicago paper and veteran vaudevillian, he often listed 'expert horsemanship' among his accomplishments.

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