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Douglas Leavitt was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Leavitt began his career with a role in the Fred Astaire musical "You Were Never Lovelier" (1942). Leavitt made film his next project, appearing in "Power of the Press" (1943) and the Ann Miller comedy "Reveille With Beverly" (1943). Later in his career, Leavitt acted in the comedy "Two Señoritas From Chicago" (1943) with Joan Davis.

Douglas Leavitt was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Leavitt began his career with a role in the Fred Astaire musical "You Were Never Lovelier" (1942). Leavitt made film his next project, appearing in "Power of the Press" (1943) and the Ann Miller comedy "Reveille With Beverly" (1943). Later in his career, Leavitt acted in the comedy "Two Señoritas From Chicago" (1943) with Joan Davis.

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1.
 Reveille with Beverly (1943) Mr. Ross
2.
 She Has What It Takes (1943) Paul Miloff
3.
 The More the Merrier (1943) Waiter
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 Good Luck, Mr. Yates (1943) Monty King
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 Power of the Press (1943) Whiffle
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 Law of the Northwest (1943) George Bradley
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 Campus Rhythm (1943) Uncle Willie
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 Murder in Times Square (1943) Henry Trigg
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 Redhead from Manhattan (1943) Joe
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 Two Senoritas from Chicago (1943) Sam Grohman
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