Alfred J. Delcambre (Alfred J. Delcambre)

Alfred J. Delcambre

Actor. He is best known for appearing in crime or western films. He is most remembered for his role as Dr. Jason Barlow in the 1936 film, “Tundra.” His other credits include, “Search For Beauty” (1934), “Wharf Angel” (1934), “You’re Telling Me!” (1934), “The Notorious Sophie Lang” (1934), “Wagon Wheels” (1934), “The Lemon Drop Kid” (1934), “College Rhythm” (1934), “One Hour Late” (1934), “Wings In The Dark” (1935), “Home On The Range” (1935), “Car 99” (1935), “Four Hours To Kill!” (1935), “The Glass Key” (1935), “Wanderer Of The Wasteland” (1935), and “So Red The Rose” (1935). He was also an accomplished football player and oilman in Dallas, Texas. A veteran of World War II, he served as an athletic director with the United States Navy. He was honorably discharged from the navy with the rank of lieutenant commander. He died from a heart attack. (bio by: K)


  • October, 22, 1909


  • May, 05, 1958


  • Sparkman Hillcrest Memorial Park
  • Texas
  • USA

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