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Carleton Young

Carleton YoungAKA Carleton Scott Young

Born: 21-Oct-1905
Birthplace: Westfield, NY
Died: 7-Nov-1994
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Cremated, Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood, CA

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: 20000 Leagues Under the Sea

Military service: US Army (WWII)

Wife: Noel Toy (actress, m. 19-Dec-1945, until his death)

    Vanished (8-Mar-1971)
    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (22-Apr-1962) · Maxwell Scott
    Twenty Plus Two (13-Aug-1961)
    Armored Command (9-Jul-1961)
    The Big Show (10-May-1961)
    The Gallant Hours (13-Jun-1960) · Col. Evans Carlson
    Sergeant Rutledge (18-May-1960) · Capt. Shattuck
    The Horse Soldiers (12-Jun-1959) · Col. Jonathan Miles
    The Last Hurrah (24-Oct-1958) · Winslow
    Cry Terror! (2-May-1958) · Roger Adams
    Battle Hymn (14-Feb-1957) · Maj. Harrison
    Julie (17-Oct-1956) · Control Tower
    Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (5-Sep-1956) · Allan Kirk
    Great Day in the Morning (16-May-1956) · Col. Gibson
    Battle Cry (2-Feb-1955) · Maj. Jim Wellman
    20000 Leagues Under the Sea (23-Dec-1954) · John Howard
    Arrow in the Dust (25-Apr-1954) · Maj. Andy Pepperis
    Riot in Cell Block 11 (28-Feb-1954)
    Bitter Creek (21-Feb-1954)
    No Escape (31-Jul-1953)
    Safari Drums (21-Jun-1953)
    Goldtown Ghost Riders (20-May-1953) · Jim Granby
    Torpedo Alley (25-Jan-1953)
    Kansas City Confidential (28-Nov-1952) · Martin
    The Steel Trap (12-Nov-1952) · Briggs
    Battle Zone (22-Oct-1952)
    The Brigand (25-Jun-1952)
    My Six Convicts (12-Mar-1952) · Capt. Haggarty
    Red Mountain (Nov-1951)
    Anne of the Indies (18-Oct-1951)
    Flying Leathernecks (28-Aug-1951) · Col. Riley
    Best of the Badmen (9-Aug-1951) · Wilson
    Gene Autry and the Mounties (30-Jan-1951) · Pierre Lablond
    Double Deal (Dec-1950) · Reno Sebastian
    Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman (Mar-1947) · Fred Elliott
    Thunderhead: Son of Flicka (15-Mar-1945) · Maj. Harris
    Overland Mail (27-Sep-1942)
    Billy the Kid's Fighting Pals (18-Apr-1941)
    Adventures of Captain Marvel (28-Mar-1941)
    Adventures of Red Ryder (28-Jun-1940)
    Zorro's Fighting Legion (16-Dec-1939)
    The Lone Ranger Rides Again (25-Feb-1939)
    Buck Rogers (6-Feb-1939)
    The Old Barn Dance (29-Jan-1938) · Peabody
    S.O.S. Coast Guard (28-Aug-1937)
    Navy Blues (29-Mar-1937)
    Git Along Little Dogies (27-Mar-1937) · Holdup Man
    Dick Tracy (20-Feb-1937) · Gordon Tracy
    Reefer Madness (1936) · Jack

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