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Basil Ruysdael

Basil RuysdaelAKA Basil Milspaugh Ruysdael

Born: 24-Jul-1888
Birthplace: Jersey City, NJ
Died: 10-Oct-1960
Location of death: Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: Complications of Surgery
Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Omaha, NE

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Cocoanuts

Wife: Kathleen Dobbyn (until his death)

    New York Metropolitan Opera Bass-Baritone (1910-18)

    One Hundred and One Dalmatians (25-Jan-1961) [VOICE]
    The Story of Ruth (17-Jun-1960) · Shammah
    The Horse Soldiers (12-Jun-1959) · Academy Commandant
    The Last Hurrah (24-Oct-1958) · Bishop Gardner
    These Wilder Years (17-Aug-1956) · Judge
    Jubal (6-Apr-1956) · Shem Hoktor
    Pearl of the South Pacific (16-Sep-1955)
    Blackboard Jungle (19-Mar-1955) · Prof. A. R. Kraal
    The Violent Men (26-Jan-1955) · Tex Hinkleman
    The Shanghai Story (1954)
    Carrie (17-Jul-1952)
    Boots Malone (11-Jan-1952)
    People Will Talk (29-Aug-1951) · Dean Lyman Brockwell
    Half Angel (5-May-1951)
    My Forbidden Past (25-Apr-1951) · Dean Cazzley
    Raton Pass (7-Apr-1951)
    The Scarf (6-Apr-1951)
    Gambling House (17-Mar-1951)
    High Lonesome (1-Sep-1950)
    Broken Arrow (21-Jul-1950) · Gen. Oliver Howard
    One Way Street (1-Apr-1950)
    The File on Thelma Jordon (18-Jan-1950)
    The Doctor and the Girl (29-Sep-1949) · Dr. Francis I. Garard
    Pinky (29-Sep-1949) · Judge Walker
    Come to the Stable (27-Jul-1949) · Bishop
    Colorado Territory (11-Jun-1949) · Dave Rickard
    The Cocoanuts (3-May-1929)

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