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Douglass Dumbrille

Douglass DumbrilleBorn: 13-Oct-1889
Birthplace: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Died: 2-Apr-1974
Location of death: Woodland Hills, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Pierce Brothers Valhalla Memorial Park, North Hollywood, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Three Musketeers

Wife: Jessie Lawson (d. 1957)
Wife: Patricia Mowbray (dau. of Alan Mowbray, m. 1960)

    TELEVISION
    The Grand Jury Grant (1960)

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    Johnny Cool (2-Oct-1963)
    Air Patrol (17-Jul-1962)
    The Buccaneer (1-Dec-1958)
    Shake, Rattle & Rock! (Nov-1956)
    The Ten Commandments (5-Oct-1956)
    Jupiter's Darling (17-Feb-1955) · Scipio
    World for Ransom (27-Jan-1954) · Insp. McCollum
    Captain John Smith and Pocahontas (20-Nov-1953) · Powhatan
    Plunder of the Sun (26-Aug-1953) · Consul
    Julius Caesar (4-Jun-1953) · Lepidus
    Sky Full of Moon (12-Dec-1952) · Rodeo Official
    Apache War Smoke (25-Sep-1952) · Maj. Dekker
    Son of Paleface (14-Jul-1952)
    A Millionaire for Christy (2-Sep-1951) · A. K. Thompson
    The Savage Horde (22-May-1950) · Col. Price
    Riding High (12-Apr-1950)
    Buccaneer's Girl (1-Mar-1950) · Capt. Martos
    Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion (19-Feb-1950)
    Tell It to the Judge (18-Nov-1949) · George Ellerby
    Riders of the Whistling Pines (16-Mar-1949) · Henry Mitchell
    Last of the Wild Horses (27-Dec-1948)
    Christmas Eve (31-Oct-1947)
    Dishonored Lady (16-May-1947) · DA O'Brien
    It's a Joke, Son (15-Jan-1947)
    Monsieur Beaucaire (4-Sep-1946)
    Under Nevada Skies (26-Aug-1946)
    Spook Busters (24-Aug-1946)
    The Cat Creeps (17-May-1946)
    Night in Paradise (3-May-1946) · High Priest
    The Catman of Paris (20-Apr-1946) · Henry Borchard
    Road to Utopia (27-Feb-1946) · Ace Larson
    Pardon My Past (25-Dec-1945)
    The Daltons Ride Again (23-Nov-1945)
    The Frozen Ghost (1-Jun-1945)
    A Medal for Benny (16-Apr-1945)
    Lost in a Harem (8-Nov-1944) · Nimativ
    Uncertain Glory (7-Apr-1944) · Police Commissioner LaFarge
    False Colors (5-Nov-1943)
    Du Barry Was a Lady (13-Aug-1943) · Willie
    Stand by for Action (31-Dec-1942) · Capt. Ludlow
    I Married an Angel (9-Jul-1942) · Baron Szigethy
    Ten Gentlemen from West Point (4-Jun-1942)
    A Gentleman After Dark (16-Apr-1942)
    Ride 'Em Cowboy (13-Feb-1942)
    Castle in the Desert (2-Feb-1942)
    The Big Store (20-Jun-1941)
    Washington Melodrama (18-Apr-1941) · Donnelly
    Road to Zanzibar (11-Apr-1941) · Slave trader
    The Round Up (12-Mar-1941)
    South of Pago Pago (19-Jul-1940)
    Virginia City (16-Mar-1940) · Maj. Drewery
    Slightly Honorable (22-Dec-1939) · George Taylor
    Rovin' Tumbleweeds (16-Nov-1939) · Holloway
    Charlie Chan in City in Darkness (15-Nov-1939)
    Thunder Afloat (15-Sep-1939) · District Commander
    Charlie Chan at Treasure Island (31-Aug-1939)
    Captain Fury (26-May-1939) · Preston
    Tell No Tales (12-May-1939)
    Mr. Moto in Danger Island (7-Apr-1939)
    The Three Musketeers (17-Feb-1939)
    Kentucky (24-Dec-1938) · John Dillon in 1861
    Fast Company (5-Jul-1938) · Arnold Stamper
    The Buccaneer (7-Jan-1938) · Gov. Claiborne
    Ali Baba Goes to Town (22-Oct-1937)
    The Firefly (1-Sep-1937) · Marquis de Melito
    The Emperor's Candlesticks (2-Jul-1937) · Korum
    A Day at the Races (11-Jun-1937) · Morgan
    M'Liss (27-Jul-1936)
    The Princess Comes Across (22-May-1936)
    The Witness Chair (17-Apr-1936) · Stanley Whittaker
    Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (12-Apr-1936) · John Cedar
    The Lone Wolf Returns (31-Dec-1935)
    Crime and Punishment (22-Nov-1935) · Grilov
    Peter Ibbetson (31-Oct-1935)
    Public Menace (24-Sep-1935) · Tonelli
    Air Hawks (7-May-1935) · Arnold
    Cardinal Richelieu (26-Mar-1935)
    Naughty Marietta (8-Mar-1935) · Uncle
    The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (4-Jan-1935)
    The Secret Bride (22-Dec-1934) · Breeden
    Broadway Bill (21-Nov-1934)
    Treasure Island (8-Aug-1934) · Pirate
    Operator 13 (8-Jun-1934) · Gen. Stuart
    Fog Over Frisco (2-Jun-1934) · Mayard
    Harold Teen (7-Apr-1934) · Snatcher
    Journal of a Crime (10-Mar-1934) · Cartier
    Hi, Nellie! (20-Jan-1934)
    Lady Killer (28-Dec-1933) · Spade
    The World Changes (25-Nov-1933)
    Female (11-Nov-1933) · Mumford
    Baby Face (1-Jul-1933) · Brody
    Blondie of the Follies (1-Sep-1932) · Murchenson
    The Wiser Sex (15-Mar-1932)
    His Woman (21-Nov-1931)


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