Arthur Hunnicutt cause of death

Arthur Hunnicutt’s Death – Cause and Date

Born (Birthday) February 17, 1910

Death Date September 26, 1979

Age of Death 69 years

Cause of Death Cancer

Profession Movie Actor

The movie actor Arthur Hunnicutt died at the age of 69. Here is all you want to know and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Remembered for his character roles in numerous Western films of the 1940s, ’50s, and ’60s, he is particularly well known for his Oscar-nominated portrayal of Zeb Calloway in the 1952 movie The Big Sky. His other notable roles include Davy Crockett in The Last Command (1955) and Butch Cassidy in Cat Ballou (1965).

After dropping out of the Arkansas State Teachers College, he appeared on Broadway and starred in a touring theatrical production of Tobacco Road.

His television credits include guest spots on Perry Mason, Gunsmoke, and Bonanza.

Personal Life

He spent his early years in Gravelly, Arkansas, and later lived and worked in Massachusetts, New York, and Southern California. He was married to Pauline Lile.

He was in the cast of the 1951 John Huston-directed war movie The Red Badge of Courage.

How did Arthur Hunnicutt die?

On September 27, 1979, Hunnicutt died of cancer at the Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital at age 69. He was buried in the Coop Prairie Cemetery in Mansfield, Arkansas.