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Also Known As: Kenneth R. Macdonald, Ken Macdonald, Kenneth Mcdonald, Ken Mcdonald Died:
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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Dream (2001)
2.
 Sabrina (1995) Beggar
3.
 Laughterhouse (1984) Peter Armitage
4.
 Farmers Arms (1983) Alvin
5.
 Breaking Glass (1980) Security Man
6.
 40 Guns to Apache Pass (1967) Harry Malone
7.
 Wife Swappers (1965)
8.
 Return to Peyton Place (1961) Dexter
9.
 The Errand Boy (1961) Fumble
10.
 Gunfighters of Abilene (1960) Harker
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Kenneth MacDonald (September 8, 1901 – May 5, 1972), was an American film actor. Born in Portland, Indiana, MacDonald made over 220 film and television appearances between 1931 and 1970. Early in his career, he appeared in Columbia westerns, and later as a perfect foil in several Three Stooges films. MacDonald perfected the cool, debonair demeanor, while maintaining an underlying evil side as a con man, outlaw, or thief. His extra flair for physical comedy certainly helped, as he made memorable appearances in such films as Monkey Businessmen, Hold That Lion!, Crime on Their Hands, and Loose Loot. After leaving Columbia, he had a recurring role as Judge Carter on Perry Mason (TV) between 1957 and 1966.

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