Walter Sande


  1. Lyle Latell, One Mysterious Night, 1944.      After six epsiodes, five as Detective Sergeant Matthews, Sande passed his stripes to Latell iun the seventh adventuire of Chester Morris as Boston Blackie, the thief-turned-tec from the books by ex-con Jack Boyle As surprising as Inspector Morse’s name being finally revealed as Endeavour, Blackie was really… Horatio Black.
  2. Regis Toomey, The Big Sleep, 1945.      Deciding to go against type, director Howard Hawks dropped Sande for Toomey as Chief Inspector Bernie Ohls.  Sande was Johnson, the fisherman trying to cheat Bogie inTo Have And Have Not, 1944 – one of his 255 screen roles between 1937-1972.
  3. Ward Bond, It’s a Wonderful Life, 1946.
  4. Frank Faylen,  It’s a Wonderful Life, 1946. 

 Birth year: 1906Death year: 1971Other name: Casting Calls:  4