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Don Douglas was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Douglas's career in acting began with his roles in various films like the Erich von Stroheim drama "The Great Gabbo" (1929), "He Couldn't Take It" (1933) and the dramatic adaptation "Men in White" (1934) with Clark Gable. He also appeared in "The Gladiator" (1938) with Joe E Brown and "Convicted" (1938). He kept working in film throughout the forties, starring in the Robert Taylor drama "Flight Command" (1940), the William Powell comedy "I Love You Again" (1940) and "Sleeping West" (1941). He also appeared in the Martha Scott drama "Cheers For Miss Bishop" (1941). Toward the end of his career, he tackled roles in "The Meanest Man in the World" (1943) with Jack Benny, the Sonja Henie musical "Wintertime" (1943) and the Dick Powell crime feature "Murder, My Sweet" (1944). He also appeared in the comedy "Heavenly Days" (1944) with Jim Jordan and "The Falcon Out West" (1944) with Tom Conway. Most recently, Douglas acted in "Police Beat" (2006).
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