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Douglas Fowley

Douglas FowleyBorn: 30-May-1911
Birthplace: Bronx, NY
Died: 21-May-1998
Location of death: Woodland Hills, CA
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Laurel Cemetery, Murrieta, CA

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Doc Holliday on TV's Wyatt Earp

Wife: Shelby Payne (div.)
Wife: Mary Hunter (m. 1944)
Daughter: Gretchen
Wife: Vivian Chamber (m. 1947)
Wife: Joy Torstup (m. 1950)
Wife: Mary Ann Walsh (m. 1954, div. 1955)
Wife: Jean (until his death)
Son: Kim Fowley (record producer)

    University: Los Angeles City College

    The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp Doc Holliday (1955-61)
    Pistols 'n' Petticoats Grandpa Hank (1966-67)
    Detective School Robert Redford (1979)

    Macumba Love (Jun-1960)

    The North Avenue Irregulars (9-Feb-1979)
    The White Buffalo (May-1977) · Amos Bixby
    Black Oak Conspiracy (Apr-1977)
    From Noon Till Three (13-Aug-1976)
    Homebodies (Sep-1974)
    Walking Tall (22-Feb-1973)
    The Good Guys and the Bad Guys (3-Nov-1969)
    Nightmare in the Sun (6-Mar-1965)
    7 Faces of Dr. Lao (18-Mar-1964) · Toothless Cowboy
    Guns of Diablo (1964) · Knudsen
    Miracle of the White Stallions (29-Mar-1963)
    Barabbas (10-Oct-1962) · Vasasio
    Desire in the Dust (11-Oct-1960)
    A Gift for Heidi (1958)
    Kelly and Me (1957)
    Rock, Pretty Baby (Dec-1956)
    Man From Del Rio (30-Oct-1956)
    Bandido (Sep-1956) · McGhee
    The Broken Star (Apr-1956)
    Texas Lady (23-Nov-1955)
    The Girl Rush (Sep-1955)
    The Lonesome Trail (1-Jul-1955)
    3 Ring Circus (25-Dec-1954)
    Deep in My Heart (9-Dec-1954)
    The High and the Mighty (3-Jul-1954)
    The Lone Gun (25-Apr-1954) · Bartender
    Casanova's Big Night (12-Apr-1954)
    Southwest Passage (1-Apr-1954) · Toad Ellis
    The Naked Jungle (3-Mar-1954) · Medicine Man
    Cat-Women of the Moon (3-Sep-1953)
    Cruisin' Down the River (23-Jul-1953)
    A Slight Case of Larceny (5-Jun-1953) · Mr. White
    Kansas Pacific (22-Feb-1953) · Janus
    The Man Behind the Gun (31-Jan-1953) · Buckley
    Horizons West (11-Oct-1952)
    Singin' in the Rain (27-Mar-1952) · Roscoe Dexter
    Just This Once (17-Mar-1952) · Frank Pirosh
    South of Caliente (15-Oct-1951)
    Criminal Lawyer (23-Aug-1951)
    Tarzan's Peril (13-Mar-1951) · Herbert Trask
    Mrs. O'Malley and Mr. Malone (8-Dec-1950)
    Rio Grande Patrol (21-Oct-1950)
    Bunco Squad (1-Sep-1950)
    Edge of Doom (3-Aug-1950)
    Armored Car Robbery (8-Jun-1950) · Benny
    Rider from Tucson (7-Jun-1950)
    Killer Shark (19-Mar-1950) · Bracado
    Battleground (9-Nov-1949) · Kipp Kippton
    Satan's Cradle (7-Oct-1949)
    Mighty Joe Young (27-Jul-1949) · Jones
    Arson, Inc. (24-Jun-1949)
    Search for Danger (15-Apr-1949)
    Flaxy Martin (15-Feb-1949) · Detective
    Behind Locked Doors (3-Sep-1948) · Larson
    Coroner Creek (1-Jul-1948) · Stew Shallis
    The Dude Goes West (30-May-1948) · Beetle
    Docks of New Orleans (21-Mar-1948)
    If You Knew Susie (7-Feb-1948) · Marty
    Merton of the Movies (11-Oct-1947) · Phil
    The Hucksters (27-Aug-1947) · Georgie Gaver
    Desperate (9-May-1947) · Pete Lavitch, PI
    Yankee Fakir (1-Apr-1947) · Yankee Davis
    Fall Guy (15-Mar-1947)
    Undercover Maisie (1-Mar-1947)
    Backlash (1-Mar-1947)
    Scared to Death (1-Feb-1947) · Terry Lee
    Wild Country (17-Jan-1947) · Clark Varney
    In Fast Company (22-Jun-1946) · Steve Trent
    Don't Fence Me In (20-Oct-1945) · Jack Gordon
    Along the Navajo Trail (15-Sep-1945) · J. Richard Bentley
    One Body Too Many (24-Nov-1944)
    Rationing (24-Mar-1944)
    Lady in the Death House (15-Mar-1944)
    See Here, Private Hargrove (18-Feb-1944) · Capt. Manville
    Minesweeper (10-Nov-1943)
    Bar 20 (1-Oct-1943)
    The Kansan (10-Sep-1943) · Ben Nash
    Jitterbugs (25-Jun-1943) · Malcolm Bennett
    Colt Comrades (18-Jun-1943) · Joe Brass
    Stand by for Action (31-Dec-1942) · Ens. Martin
    Mr. Wise Guy (20-Feb-1942)
    Tanks a Million (12-Sep-1941) · Capt. Rossmead
    Ellery Queen, Master Detective (28-Nov-1940)
    East of the River (28-Oct-1940) · Cy Turner
    Cherokee Strip (11-Oct-1940)
    Wagons Westward (19-Jun-1940)
    20 Mule Team (3-May-1940) · Stag Roper
    Slightly Honorable (22-Dec-1939) · Madder
    Charlie Chan at Treasure Island (31-Aug-1939)
    Dodge City (1-Apr-1939) · Munger
    Submarine Patrol (25-Nov-1938)
    Time Out for Murder (25-Sep-1938)
    Alexander's Ragtime Band (24-May-1938)
    Mr. Moto's Gamble (25-Mar-1938)
    City Girl (7-Jan-1938)
    Charlie Chan on Broadway (18-Sep-1937)
    Wake Up and Live (23-Aug-1937)
    This Is My Affair (27-May-1937) · Alec
    On the Avenue (12-Feb-1937)
    Sing, Baby, Sing (21-Aug-1936)
    36 Hours to Kill (24-Jul-1936)
    Big Brown Eyes (3-Apr-1936)
    Student Tour (5-Oct-1934) · Mushy

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