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William Bakewell

William BakewellBorn: 2-May-1908
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA
Died: 15-Apr-1993
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: Cancer - Leukemia

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: All Quiet on the Western Front

Wife: Jennifer Holt (actress, div.)

    High School: Los Angeles Harvard Military School

    The Strongest Man in the World (6-Feb-1975)
    The Big Fisherman (4-Aug-1959)
    Radar Men from the Moon (9-Jan-1952)
    Come Fill the Cup (24-Oct-1951)
    The Capture (8-Apr-1950) · Herb Tolin
    You Gotta Stay Happy (28-Oct-1948)
    Romance on the High Seas (25-Jun-1948) · Travel Agent
    So This Is New York (Jun-1948) · Hotel Clerk
    King of the Bandits (8-Nov-1947)
    The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (24-Jul-1947) · Winters
    The Farmer's Daughter (25-Mar-1947) · Windor
    The Fabulous Dorseys (21-Feb-1947)
    Dawn Express (27-Mar-1942)
    Dr. Kildare's Victory (4-Feb-1942) · Mr. Hubbell
    Seven Sinners (25-Oct-1940)
    Beyond Tomorrow (26-Sep-1940) · David Chadwick
    Gone with the Wind (15-Dec-1939) · Officer
    The Duke of West Point (15-Dec-1938)
    Sea Spoilers (Oct-1936)
    Strangers All (1-Apr-1935) · Dick Carter
    Crimson Romance (12-Oct-1934)
    You Can't Buy Everything (26-Jan-1934) · Donny
    Three-Cornered Moon (8-Aug-1933)
    Lucky Devils (28-Jan-1933)
    Back Street (1-Sep-1932)
    Guilty Hands (22-Aug-1931) · Tommy Osgood
    Daybreak (2-May-1931) · Otto
    Dance, Fools, Dance (7-Feb-1931)
    Paid (30-Dec-1930) · Carney
    The Bat Whispers (13-Nov-1930)
    All Quiet on the Western Front (21-Apr-1930) · Albert
    Playing Around (19-Jan-1930)
    The Show of Shows (21-Nov-1929)
    Gold Diggers of Broadway (30-Aug-1929)
    On With the Show! (28-May-1929)
    The Iron Mask (21-Feb-1929) · Louis XIV and Twin Brother
    Lady of the Pavements (1929)
    The Battle of the Sexes (12-Oct-1928) · The Son
    West Point (31-Dec-1927) · Tex McNeil

Author of books:
Hollywood Be Thy Name (1989, memoir)

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