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Also Known As: Horace Mcnally,Horace Mcnally Died: June 4, 1994
Born: July 29, 1911 Cause of Death: heart failure
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ... actor Law lawyer
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While he never became a Hollywood legend, Stephen McNally did manage to etch out a place for himself as a reliable character actor. He was a practicing attorney until the late 1930s, at which point he decided to pursue acting, and by the late '40s, appearances as villains or minor characters (with Horace as his screen name) led to larger parts and better quality pictures. McNally subsequently changed his working name to Stephen, and his first film under the new alias was the '48 drama "Johnny Belinda," in which he played the reprehensible Locky McCormick, who rapes a deaf/mute girl portrayed by Jane Wyman. During the next decade, he appeared in film noirs, westerns, and thrillers, playing characters ranging from a medical resident in the film-noir "No Way Out" to an ex-convict and cold-blooded killer in the thriller "Split Second." One of his best-known roles was as outlaw Dutch Henry Brown in "Winchester '73," a 1950 western starring James Stewart, which features a famous shooting contest between his character and Stewart's. Unfortunately, much in the same way that

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