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Marc Cramer was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Cramer found his beginnings in film with roles in the Alan Marshal remake "Bride By Mistake" (1943), the Simone Simon dramatic adaptation "Mademoiselle Fifi" (1944) and the Charles Laughton fantastical comedy "The Canterville Ghost" (1944). Cramer made film his next project, appearing in "First Yank Into Tokyo" (1945), the horror movie "Isle of the Dead" (1945) with Boris Karloff and the musical "Pan-Americana" (1945) with Phillip Terry. He also appeared in the comedy "Genius at Work" (1946) with Wally Brown. Later in his career, Cramer acted in "Adventures of Don Coyote" (1947).

Marc Cramer was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Cramer found his beginnings in film with roles in the Alan Marshal remake "Bride By Mistake" (1943), the Simone Simon dramatic adaptation "Mademoiselle Fifi" (1944) and the Charles Laughton fantastical comedy "The Canterville Ghost" (1944). Cramer made film his next project, appearing in "First Yank Into Tokyo" (1945), the horror movie "Isle of the Dead" (1945) with Boris Karloff and the musical "Pan-Americana" (1945) with Phillip Terry. He also appeared in the comedy "Genius at Work" (1946) with Wally Brown. Later in his career, Cramer acted in "Adventures of Don Coyote" (1947).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Gambling House (1951) Charm girl
2.
 Station West (1948) Girl
3.
 Night Song (1948) Girl on street
4.
 Mystery in Mexico (1948) Airline hostess
5.
 Mark of the Lash (1948) Mary Phillips
6.
 That Way with Women (1947) First party girl
7.
 Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome (1947) Customer
8.
 Deception (1946) Student
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