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Paul Harvey

Paul HarveyAKA Roy Paul Harvey

Born: 10-Sep-1882
Birthplace: Sandwich, IL
Died: 5-Dec-1955
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure [1]

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: American character actor

Character actor from the 1930s to 1950s, not to be confused with the iconic radio personality, Paul Harvey.

[1] Coronary thrombosis.

Wife: Ottye
Wife: Merle Stanton

High Society (17-Apr-1955)
    Calamity Jane (4-Nov-1953) · Henry Miller
    Remains to be Seen (15-May-1953)
    April in Paris (24-Dec-1952) · Secretary Sherman
    Dreamboat (25-Jul-1952) · Harrington
    Has Anybody Seen My Gal? (4-Jul-1952)
    Here Come the Nelsons (23-Feb-1952) · Samuel T. Jones
    Let's Go Navy (29-Jul-1951)
    Excuse My Dust (27-Jun-1951)
    Father's Little Dividend (12-Apr-1951) · Rev. Galsworthy
    Up Front (5-Mar-1951)
    The Flying Missile (24-Dec-1950)
    The Milkman (17-Oct-1950)
    Three Little Words (12-Jul-1950) · Al Masters
    The Skipper Surprised His Wife (29-Jun-1950) · Brendon Boyd
    Father of the Bride (16-Jun-1950) · Rev. Galsworthy
    The Lawless (1-Jun-1950) · Chief of Police Blake
    Riding High (12-Apr-1950)
    The Yellow Cab Man (25-Mar-1950)
    Side Street (23-Mar-1950)
    The Girl from Jones Beach (16-Jul-1949) · Jim Townsend
    Take One False Step (22-Jun-1949) · A. K. Arnspiger
    Mr. Belvedere Goes to College (15-Apr-1949)
    Down to the Sea in Ships (22-Feb-1949)
    John Loves Mary (4-Feb-1949) · Gen. Biddle
    Call Northside 777 (1-Feb-1948) · Martin J. Burns
    Wyoming (28-Jul-1947)
    High Barbaree (May-1947) · John Case
    Out of the Blue (21-Apr-1947)
    The Beginning or the End (19-Feb-1947) · Lt. Gen. W. D. Styer
    Heldorado (15-Dec-1946)
    The Bamboo Blonde (15-Jul-1946)
    Easy to Wed (11-Jul-1946) · Farwood
    In Fast Company (22-Jun-1946) · Patrick McCormick
    A Night in Casablanca (10-May-1946) · Mr. Smythe
    They Made Me a Killer (3-May-1946) · DA Booth
    Blondie's Lucky Day (4-Apr-1946)
    Up Goes Maisie (1-Feb-1946) · Mr. J. G. Nuboult
    Spellbound (31-Oct-1945) · Dr. Hanish
    Don't Fence Me In (20-Oct-1945) · Governor
    State Fair (29-Aug-1945)
    The Southerner (30-Apr-1945) · Ruston
    The Horn Blows at Midnight (28-Apr-1945) · Thompson
    Mystery Broadcast (23-Nov-1943)
    Heart of the Golden West (16-Nov-1942)
    You Can't Escape Forever (10-Oct-1942) · Maj. Turner
    The Man Who Wouldn't Die (27-Apr-1942)
    Remember the Day (25-Dec-1941) · Sen. Phillips
    You're in the Army Now (1-Nov-1941)
    Three Girls About Town (23-Oct-1941)
    You Belong to Me (22-Oct-1941) · Barrows
    Great Guns (10-Oct-1941) · Gen. Taylor
    Law of the Tropics (4-Oct-1941) · Alfred King, Sr.
    Out of the Fog (14-Jun-1941) · Judge Moriarty
    Ride on Vaquero (18-Apr-1941)
    High Sierra (21-Jan-1941) · Mr. Baughmam
    Arizona (25-Dec-1940) · Solomon Warner
    Maryland (12-Jul-1940)
    Typhoon (17-May-1940)
    The Marines Fly High (4-Mar-1940)
    Brother Rat and a Baby (13-Jan-1940) · Sterling Randolph
    Two Thoroughbreds (8-Dec-1939)
    Stanley and Livingstone (4-Aug-1939) · Col. Grimes
    They Shall Have Music (26-Jul-1939) · Heifetz's Manager
    The Gorilla (26-May-1939)
    Never Say Die (14-Apr-1939) · Jasper Hawkins
    Mr. Moto in Danger Island (7-Apr-1939)
    Charlie Chan in Honolulu (16-Dec-1938)
    If I Were King (11-Nov-1938)
    The Sisters (14-Oct-1938) · Caleb Ammon
    Algiers (28-Jun-1938) · Janvier
    Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (18-Mar-1938) · Cyrus Bartlett
    A Slight Case of Murder (26-Feb-1938) · Mr. Whitewood
    My Dear Miss Aldrich (17-Sep-1937) · Mr. Sinclair
    Big City (3-Sep-1937) · DA Gilbert
    On Again Off Again (9-Jul-1937)
    The Soldier and the Lady (9-Apr-1937) · Tsar Alexander II
    Black Legion (30-Jan-1937) · Billings
    The Plainsman (1-Jan-1937) · Yellow Hand
    Three Men on a Horse (21-Nov-1936)
    Private Number (5-Jun-1936)
    The Witness Chair (17-Apr-1936) · Martin
    The Walking Dead (14-Mar-1936) · Blackstone
    The Petrified Forest (6-Feb-1936) · Mr. Chisholm
    Thanks a Million (13-Nov-1935)
    Broadway Melody of 1936 (25-Aug-1935) · Managing Editor
    Alibi Ike (15-Jun-1935) · Lefty Crawford
    Goin' to Town (25-Apr-1935)
    The Whole Town's Talking (22-Feb-1935) · J. G. Carpenter
    A Wicked Woman (7-Dec-1934) · Ed Trice
    The President Vanishes (17-Nov-1934)
    Kid Millions (10-Nov-1934)
    Hat, Coat and Glove (26-Jul-1934) · The Prosecuting Attorney
    Charlie Chan's Courage (6-Jul-1934)
    Born to Be Bad (18-May-1934) · Attoney Brian
    The Affairs of Cellini (5-May-1934)
    The House of Rothschild (15-Mar-1934)
    The Wiser Sex (15-Mar-1932)

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