|Died||January 4, 1949 (aged 49)|
His most memorable scene in that film comes when Pork discloses to Scarlett O'Hara, portrayed by Vivien Leigh, the back property taxes on Tara, are $300. He was married to Ivy V. Polk (née Ivy Parsons), who also had an uncredited role in Gone with the Wind. Together they had a son, Oscar Polk Jr.
On January 4, 1949, Oscar Polk was fatally struck by a taxi cab as he stepped off a curb in Times Square in New York City ten days after his 49th birthday. At the time of his death, he was scheduled to have a major role in the play Leading Lady, and he was replaced by Ossie Davis. He is buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Maspeth, Long Island, New York.
- The Trial of Mary Dugan (1927)
- Once in a Lifetime (1930)
- Both Your Houses (1933)
- The Green Pastures (1935)
- You Can't Take It with You (1936)
- Swingin' The Dream (1939), a swing music adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
- Sunny River (1942)
- The Walking Gentleman (1942)
- Dark Eyes (1943)
Other stage credits
- Horses Are Like That (1943)
- Bigger Than Barnum (1946)
- The Magnificent Heel (1946)
|1935||It's a Great Life||Lazy Bones|
|1936||The Green Pastures||Gabriel|
|1939||Big Town Czar||Arthur, Harlem Numbers Man||Uncredited|
|1939||Gone with the Wind||Pork - House Servant|
|1940||The Notorious Elinor Lee||Blakely|
|1941||Birth of the Blues||Man in Jail||Uncredited|
|1942||Reap the Wild Wind||Salt Meat|
|1943||Cabin in the Sky||The Deacon / Fleetfoot||(final film role)|