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Place of Birth New York City, New York, USA
Birthday 1905-10-21
Death 1994-11-07
Also Known As Carleton Scott Young
Carleton G. Young
Carlton Young
Gordon Roberts

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Carleton Scott Young (October 21, 1905 - November 7, 1994) was an American character actor known for his deep voice who performed in more than 200 American television and film roles.

Acting

1962The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance as Maxwell Scott
1961Armored Command as Capt. Bart Macklin
1960Spartacus as Herald (uncredited)
1960The Music Box Kid as George Gordon
1960Sergeant Rutledge as Capt. Shattuck - prosecutor
1959North by Northwest as Fanning Nelson (uncredited)
1959The Horse Soldiers as Col. Jonathan Miles, CSA
1958The Last Hurrah as Winslow
1958Cry Terror! as Roger Adams
1957Battle Hymn as Major Harrison
1956Julie as Airport control tower official
1956Beyond a Reasonable Doubt as Allan Kirk
1956Great Day in the Morning as Col. Gibson
195420,000 Leagues Under the Sea as John Howard
1954Arrow In The Dust as Maj. Andy Pepperis
1954Riot in Cell Block 11 as Captain of the Guards Barrett
1954Bitter Creek as Quentin Allen
1953Mexican Manhunt as Slick Caruthers
1953No Escape as Don Holden
1953Safari Drums as Colin
1953Goldtown Ghost Riders as Jim Granby
1953A Tale of Two Cities as Charles Darnay
1953Last of the Comanches as Maj. Lanning (uncredited)
1952The Steel Trap as Briggs, airline clerk
1952Kansas City Confidential as Asst. Dist. Atty. Martin
1952The Brigand as Carnot
1952My Six Convicts as Captain Haggarty
1951Red Mountain as Lt. Morgan
1951Anne of the Indies as Pirate Mate
1951The Day the Earth Stood Still as Zone Five Lieutenant Colonel
1951Flying Leathernecks as Col. Riley
1951Best of the Badmen as Wilson
1951Gene Autry and the Mounties as Pierre Lablond
1950The Flying Missile as Colonel
1950Double Deal as Reno Sebastian
1947Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman as Fred Elliott
1946Queen of Burlesque as Steve Hurley
1946Blonde Alibi as Steward
1945Thunderhead - Son of Flicka as Major Harris
1944Take It or Leave It as Program Director
1942Overland Mail as Lem - Henchman
1942March On, America! as Narrator (voice)
1942South of Santa Fe as Henchman Steve
1942Valley of the Sun as Nolte
1942Code of the Outlaw as Henchman
1942Thunder River Feud as Grover Harrison
1941Billy The Kid's Round-Up as Jeff
1941Keep 'Em Flying as Orchestra Leader (uncredited)
1941A Missouri Outlaw as Henchman Luke Allen
1941Texas as Lashan Cowhand
1941Badlands Of Dakota as Ben Mercer
1941Billy The Kid's Fighting Pals as Jeff
1941Buck Privates as Supply Sergeant (uncredited)
1941Billy the Kid's Range War as Marshal Jeff Carson
1940Billy the Kid's Gun Justice as Jeff Blanchard
1940Pride of the Bowery as Norton - Fight Promoter
1940Take Me Back to Oklahoma as Ace Hutchinson
1940Billy the Kid in Texas as Gil Bonney aka Gil Cooper
1940Up in the Air as Band Leader Dick Stevens
1940The Cowboy from Sundown as Nick Cuttler
1940Gun Code as Henchman Slim Doyle (as Carlton Young)
1940Billy the Kid Outlawed as Jeff Travis
1940Adventures of Red Ryder as Sheriff Dade
1940Pals of the Silver Sage as Jeff Grey
1939Zorro's Fighting Legion as Benito Juarez
1939El Diablo Rides as Herb Crenshaw
1939Flaming Lead as Hank
1939Trigger Fingers as Bert Lee, Gang Leader
1939Torture Ship as Reporter
1939Sued For Libel as Radio Actor (uncredited)
1939Port of Hate as Don Cameron
1939Girl from Rio as Tony - Band Leader
1939Riders of the Sage as Luke Halsey
1939Stunt Pilot as Reporter Trent
1939Big Town Czar as Thompson, Luger Henchman
1939Mesquite Buckaroo as Sands (as Gordon Roberts)
1939Code of the Streets as Eddie, lying trial witness
1939Buck Rogers as Scott
1939The Lone Ranger Rides Again as Logan
1939Convict's Code as Pete Jennings
1939Honor of the West
1938Outlaw Express as Henchman Ramon
1938The Fighting Devil Dogs as Johnson, 'Aurora' Crewman
1938Gunsmoke Trail as Trampy Gambler at Roulette Table
1938Air Devils as Hotel Clerk
1938Cassidy of Bar 20 as Jeff Caffrey
1938The Old Barn Dance as Peabody
1938The Spy Ring as Polo Game Timekeeper
1938Race Suicide
1937Young Dynamite as Spike Dolan
1937A Bride for Henry as Hotel Guest (uncredited)
1937SOS Coast Guard as Henchman Dodds [Ch. 4]
1937Dangerous Holiday as Tango
1937Navy Blues as Spencer
1937Git Along Little Dogies as Holdup man
1937Dick Tracy as Gordon Tracy, after
1937Join the Marines as Corporal
1936A Man Betrayed as Henchman Smokey
1936The Mandarin Mystery as Drunk
1936Happy Go Lucky as Al
1936Tell Your Children as Jack


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