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DIRECTOR:

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  Hannah Lee (1953) Dialogue Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 Riot in Cell Block 11 (1954) Reporter
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 It Should Happen to You (1954) Photographer
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 Hannah Lee (1953) Gus Bainbridge
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 The Captive City (1952) Don Carey
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 Rhubarb (1951) Sporting goods salesman
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 The Desert Fox (1951) S.S. man
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 Chain of Circumstance (1951) Mr. Marvin
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Harold J. Kennedy was born in Holyoke, Massachusetts in 1914. He attended Holyoke High School, Dartmouth College and Yale Drama School. He worked as an actor, writer, director and producer in theater, film, and TV. He was active for years in summer stock, and he worked with many of the top entertainers of the twentieth century. Among his plays are "A Goose for the Gander" which opened, starring his good friend Gloria Swanson, at the Playhouse Theater on Broadway in 1945. In 1978, Doubleday published his book No Pickle, No Performance An Irreverent Theatrical Excursion from Tallulah to Travolta. He had small parts in a number of movies including the film noir, "Macao". He had a featured role in "Captive City" with John Forsythe. The book gave a humorous account of his five decades in show business. He maintained an apartment in New York City throughout his life. He died there in 1988.

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