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Dick Winslow became an actor when he was just 17 years old. Winslow's career in acting began with his roles in various films like the drama "Tom Brown of Culver" (1932) with Tom Brown, "There's Always Tomorrow" (1934) and the adaptation "Mutiny on the Bounty" (1935) with Charles Laughton. He also appeared in the Ted Lewis musical "Is Everybody Happy?" (1943), "The Blue Dahlia" (1946) and "You Were Meant For Me" (1948). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like "King Creole" (1958) with Elvis Presley, the comedy "Do Not Disturb" (1965) with Doris Day and the Dean Martin action movie "The Wrecking Crew" (1968). He also appeared in "Airport" (1970). Nearing the end of his career, he tackled roles in the drama "The Shootist" (1976) with John Wayne, "Two-Minute Warning" (1976) with Charlton Heston and the comedy adaptation "First Monday in October" (1981) with Walter Matthau. He held additional roles in television including a part on "The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo" (NBC, 1979-1980). Winslow more recently appeared in "New Vaudevillians III" (Disney, 1988-89). Winslow passed away in February 1991 at the age of 76.
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