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Frederick Kerr was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Kerr started off his career in film with roles in the Ronald Colman crime drama "Raffles" (1930), "Always Goodbye" (1931) and "Born to Love" (1931). Kerr next focused his career on film, appearing in "Frankenstein" (1931) with Colin Clive, "Friends and Lovers" (1931) and "The Devil to Pay" (1931). He also appeared in the Mae Clarke dramatic adaptation "Waterloo Bridge" (1931). Later in his career, Kerr acted in "Beauty and the Boss" (1932). Kerr passed away in May 1933 at the age of 75.

Frederick Kerr was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Kerr started off his career in film with roles in the Ronald Colman crime drama "Raffles" (1930), "Always Goodbye" (1931) and "Born to Love" (1931). Kerr next focused his career on film, appearing in "Frankenstein" (1931) with Colin Clive, "Friends and Lovers" (1931) and "The Devil to Pay" (1931). He also appeared in the Mae Clarke dramatic adaptation "Waterloo Bridge" (1931). Later in his career, Kerr acted in "Beauty and the Boss" (1932). Kerr passed away in May 1933 at the age of 75.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Midshipmaid, The (1932)
2.
 But the Flesh Is Weak (1932) Duke of Hampshire
3.
 Lovers Courageous (1932) Admiral [Blayne]
4.
 Beauty and the Boss (1932) The Count
5.
 Waterloo Bridge (1931) Major Wetherby
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 Born to Love (1931) Lord [James] Ponsonby
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 Honor of the Family (1931) Paul Barony
8.
 Friends and Lovers (1931) General Thomas Armstrong
9.
 Always Goodbye (1931) Sir George Boomer
10.
 Frankenstein (1931) Baron Frankenstein
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