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Walter Abel

Walter AbelBorn: 6-Jun-1898
Birthplace: St. Paul, MN
Died: 26-Mar-1987
Location of death: Essex, CT
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered off Long Island, NY)

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Three Musketeers

Wife: Marietta Bitter (harpist, m. 1926, d. 6-Nov-1979, two children)

    Conservatory: American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York City

    Dutch Treat Club (1972-79)

    Grace Quigley (May-1984)
    The Man Without a Country (24-Apr-1973)
    Silent Night, Bloody Night (1973)
    Mirage (26-May-1965) · Calvin
    Quick, Let's Get Married (1964)
    Handle with Care (18-Apr-1958) · Prof. Bowdin
    Raintree County (4-Oct-1957) · T. D. Shawnessy
    Bernardine (24-Jul-1957)
    The Steel Jungle (9-Mar-1956)
    The Indian Fighter (21-Dec-1955)
    Night People (12-Mar-1954)
    Island in the Sky (5-Sep-1953) · Col. Fuller
    So This Is Love (15-Jul-1953)
    That Lady in Ermine (24-Aug-1948) · Maj. Horvath
    Dream Girl (16-Jun-1948)
    13 Rue Madeleine (15-Jan-1947) · Charles Gibson
    The Kid from Brooklyn (21-Mar-1946) · Gabby Sloan
    Kiss and Tell (4-Oct-1945)
    Duffy's Tavern (28-Sep-1945)
    The Affairs of Susan (28-Mar-1945)
    An American Romance (11-Oct-1944) · Howard Clinton
    Mr. Skeffington (25-May-1944) · George Trellis
    The Hitler Gang (26-Apr-1944) · Narrator [VOICE]
    So Proudly We Hail! (22-Jun-1943) · Chaplain
    Star Spangled Rhythm (18-Dec-1942)
    Wake Island (11-Aug-1942) · Cmdr. Roberts
    Holiday Inn (4-Aug-1942)
    Beyond the Blue Horizon (25-Jun-1942)
    Skylark (19-Nov-1941)
    Hold Back the Dawn (31-Jul-1941) · Insp. Hammock
    Arise, My Love (16-Oct-1940)
    Dance, Girl, Dance (30-Aug-1940)
    Men with Wings (16-Jul-1938)
    Racket Busters (16-Jul-1938) · Allison
    Law of the Underworld (27-Apr-1938) · Rogers
    Wise Girl (31-Dec-1937) · Karl
    Green Light (12-Feb-1937) · John Stafford
    We Went to College (19-Jun-1936) · Phil Talbot
    Fury (29-May-1936) · District Attorney
    The Witness Chair (17-Apr-1936) · James Trent
    Two in the Dark (10-Jan-1936) · Ford Adams
    The Three Musketeers (7-Oct-1935) · D'Artagnan
    Liliom (5-Oct-1930)

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