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Donald Keith was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Keith's earliest roles were in film, including "Baree, Son of Kazan" (1925), "The Plastic Age" (1925) and "Dancing Mothers" (1926). He also appeared in "We're in the Navy Now" (1926). He continued to act in productions like "The Way of All Flesh" (1927) with Emil Jannings, "Bare Knees" (1928) and "The Lone Wolf's Daughter" (1929). He also appeared in "Branded Men" (1931). In the latter part of his career, he tackled roles in "The Midnight Lady" (1932), "The Big Bluff" (1933) and "Guilty Parents" (1934). Keith was most recently credited in "Extremely Weird" (NBC, 1995-96). Keith passed away in August 1969 at the age of 66.

Donald Keith was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Keith's earliest roles were in film, including "Baree, Son of Kazan" (1925), "The Plastic Age" (1925) and "Dancing Mothers" (1926). He also appeared in "We're in the Navy Now" (1926). He continued to act in productions like "The Way of All Flesh" (1927) with Emil Jannings, "Bare Knees" (1928) and "The Lone Wolf's Daughter" (1929). He also appeared in "Branded Men" (1931). In the latter part of his career, he tackled roles in "The Midnight Lady" (1932), "The Big Bluff" (1933) and "Guilty Parents" (1934). Keith was most recently credited in "Extremely Weird" (NBC, 1995-96). Keith passed away in August 1969 at the age of 66.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The Broken Coin (1936)
2.
 Guilty Parents (1934) Bill
3.
 Twisted Rails (1934) Louie Weinstock
4.
 The Big Bluff (1933)
5.
 Arm of the Law (1932)
6.
 Speed Madness (1932) Alan Harlan
7.
 Outlaw Justice (1932)
8.
 Midnight Lady (1932) Don Austin
9.
 Branded Men (1931) Bud Winters
10.
 First Aid (1931) Buddy Hollins
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