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Max Hoffman Jr
Max Hoffman Jr
Max Hoffman Jr

Max Hoffman Jr

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  Max Hoffman Jr born on December 13, 1902 in Norfolk, Virginia, USA. Was the son of dancer Gertrude Hoffman and Max Hoffman. Their son, professionally known as Max Hoffman Jr (1902–1945), was born the year following their marriage at Norfolk, Virginia and would go on to be a musical-comedy performer on Broadway and in films. He was an actor, known for Black Dragons (1942), Sergeant Murphy (1938) and Rootin' Tootin' Rhythm (1937). He was married to Luana Walters,Thelma White.  He was for a brief period of time married to the noted “Boop-Boop-a Doop singer Helen Kane.

FilmographyEdit

  • The Wife Takes a Flyer 
  • Black Dragons 
  • Man from Headquarters 
  • Cadets on Parade Freckles Comes Home
  • They Died with Their Boots On
  • Dive Bomber
  • Highway West
  • Out of the Fog 
  • Strange Alibi
  • Meet John Doe
  • The Great Mr. Nobody
  • The Strawberry Blonde 
  • Money and the Woman 
  • Stranger on the Third Floor 
  • Queen of the Mob
  • A Fugitive from Justice 
  • Police Officer 
  • Brother Orchid 
  • It All Came True 
  • The Singing Dude
  • Virginia City 
  • The House Across the Bay 
  • Castle on the Hudson 
  • Granny Get Your Gun 
  • Invisible Stripes 
  •  Kid Nightingale 
  • On Dress Parade 
  • Smashing the Money Ring 
  • Dust Be My Destiny
  • Angels Wash Their Faces 
  • The Cowboy Quarterback 
  • Each Dawn I Die 
  • Hell's Kitchen 
  • It Could Happen to You 
  • Confessions of a Nazi Spy 
  • Undercover Agent 
  • Wings of the Navy 
  • Ambush 
  • King of the Underworld 
  • The Great Waltz 
  • Campus Cinderella 
  • Block-Heads 
  • Smashing the Rackets 
  • Sky Giant 
  • Men Are Such Fools 
  • Accidents Will Happen 
  • Maid's Night Out 
  • Daredevil Drivers 
  • Swing It, Sailor! 
  • Sergeant Murphy 
  • Submarine D-1 
  •  Radio Patrol 
  • The Game That Kills 
  • The Devil's Saddle Legion 
  • Topper 
  • Kid Galahad 
  • San Quentin 
  • The Go Getter 
  • Rootin' Tootin' Rhythm
  •  I Promise to Pay 
  •  Marked Woman 
  • Counterfeit Lady 
  • King of Hockey 
  • Polo Joe 
  • The President's Mystery 
  • Tough Guy
  • Sailor Be Good 
  • Old Lace 

DeathEdit

He died on March 31, 1945 in New York City, New York, USA.

See AlsoEdit

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