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Douglas Walton was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in his acting career, Walton landed roles in various films, including "The Secret of Madame Blanche" (1933), "Charlie Chan in London" (1934) and the drama "The Lost Patrol" (1934) with Victor McLaglen. He also appeared in "Madame Spy" (1934), the Robert Donat adventure "The Count of Monte Cristo" (1934) and "The Dark Angel" (1935) with Fredric March. He continued to act in productions like "The Garden Murder Case" (1936), the Katharine Hepburn dramatic adaptation "Mary of Scotland" (1936) and "Flight From Glory" (1937). He also appeared in "Damaged Goods" (1937). In the latter half of his career, he continued to act in "Northwest Passage" (1940) with Spencer Tracy, "Too Many Girls" (1940) with George Bassman and the David Niven crime picture "Raffles" (1940). He also appeared in the drama "The Long Voyage Home" (1940) with John Wayne and "Murder, My Sweet" (1944). Walton more recently acted in the Lee Tracy crime flick "High Tide" (1947). Walton passed away in November 1961 at the age of 51.

Douglas Walton was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in his acting career, Walton landed roles in various films, including "The Secret of Madame Blanche" (1933), "Charlie Chan in London" (1934) and the drama "The Lost Patrol" (1934) with Victor McLaglen. He also appeared in "Madame Spy" (1934), the Robert Donat adventure "The Count of Monte Cristo" (1934) and "The Dark Angel" (1935) with Fredric March. He continued to act in productions like "The Garden Murder Case" (1936), the Katharine Hepburn dramatic adaptation "Mary of Scotland" (1936) and "Flight From Glory" (1937). He also appeared in "Damaged Goods" (1937). In the latter half of his career, he continued to act in "Northwest Passage" (1940) with Spencer Tracy, "Too Many Girls" (1940) with George Bassman and the David Niven crime picture "Raffles" (1940). He also appeared in the drama "The Long Voyage Home" (1940) with John Wayne and "Murder, My Sweet" (1944). Walton more recently acted in the Lee Tracy crime flick "High Tide" (1947). Walton passed away in November 1961 at the age of 51.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Three Came Home (1950) Australian prisoner of war
2.
 Calamity Jane and Sam Bass (1949) Bookmaker
3.
 The Secret of St. Ives (1949) Allan St. Ives
4.
 Command Decision (1949) English voice
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 Hills of Home (1948) Minister
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 Trouble Preferred (1948) Slippy Patterson, pickpocket
7.
 Green Dolphin Street (1947) Sir Charles Maloney
8.
 High Conquest (1947) Young Banning
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 High Tide (1947) Clinton Vaughn
10.
 Forever Amber (1947) Fop
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