Roscoe Ates

Biography

From Wikipedia

Roscoe Ates (January 20, 1895 – March 1, 1962) was an American vaudeville performer, actor of stage and screen, comedian and musician who primarily was featured in western films and television. He was best known as western character Soapy Jones.

27 titles Acting

6.5

The Silent Call

1961 · Sid

6.5

The Ladies Man

1961 · Pet Shop Owner

7.2

Come Next Spring

1956 · Shorty Wilkins

5.8

Those Redheads from Seattle

1953 · Dan Taylor

6.6

The Blazing Forest

1952 · Beans

6.0

Hills of Oklahoma

1950 · Dismal - the Cook

6.1

Inner Sanctum

1948 · Willie

6.3

Thunder in the Pines

1948 · Wheezer, Boomer's head logger

6.7

Shadow Valley

1947 · Soapy Jones

6.2

Black Hills

1947 · Soapy Jones

6.8

Wild West

1946 · Soapy Jones

6.2

Colorado Serenade

1946 · Soapy

5.5

Down Missouri Way

1946 · Pappy

6.5

The Affairs of Jimmy Valentine

1942 · Dan Kady

7.7

The Palm Beach Story

1942 · Fourth Member Ale and Quail Club

5.8

I'll Sell My Life

1941 · Happy Hogan

6.0

Bad Men of Missouri

1941 · Lafe

5.4

Reg'lar Fellers

1941 · Emory McQuade

6.6

She Knew All the Answers

1941 · Gas Station Attendant

6.3

Chad Hanna

1940 · Ike Wayfish

5.2

Untamed

1940 · Bert Dillon

5.5

Captain Caution

1940 · Chips

4.1

You're Next!

1940 · Mr. Tillson

7.0

Rancho Grande

1940 · Ranch Hand

6.5

I Want a Divorce

1940 · Process Server

5.9

God's Country and the Woman

1937 · Gander Hopkins

5.8

The People's Enemy

1935 · Slip Laflin

6.0

Woman in the Dark

1934 · Tommy Logan

6.9

She Made Her Bed

1934 · Santa Fe (as Rosco Ates)

6.2

Merry Wives of Reno

1934 · The Trapper

5.6

Dizzy & Daffy

1934 · 'Call-'Em-Wrong' Jones, the Umpire

6.5

Alice in Wonderland

1933 · Fish

5.6

What! No Beer?

1933 · Schultz

7.4

Golden Harvest

1933 · Louis Jenkins aka Loopey Lou

6.3

Ladies of the Jury

1932 · Andrew MacKaig

7.9

Freaks

1932 · Roscoe

5.6

The Roadhouse Murder

1932 · Edmund Joyce

6.4

Young Bride

1932 · Pool Room Bartender Mike

6.2

Hold 'Em Jail

1932 · Slippery Sam Brown

6.3

The Big Shot

1931 · Rusty

7.3

The Champ

1931 · Sponge

5.7

Too Many Cooks

1931 · Mr. Wilson

6.0

Cimarron

1931 · Jesse Rickey (as Rosco Ates)

6.5

Reducing

1931 · Ticket Agent

5.7

The Great Lover

1931 · Rosco

6.4

Politics

1931 · Peter Higgins

7.9

City Girl

1930 · Reaper

7.2

The Big House

1930 · Putnam

5.7

Love in the Rough

1930 · Proprietor (as Rosco Ates)

5.7

Check and Double Check

1930 · Brother Arthur

6.2

Billy the Kid

1930 · Old Stuff