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Clifton Young was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Young began his career with roles in "Dark Passage" (1947) and "My Wild Irish Rose" (1947) with Dennis Morgan. Young began to focus on film after appearing in "Nora Prentiss" (1947) with Ann Sheridan, "Pursued" (1947) with Teresa Wright and "Abandoned" (1949). Later in his career, Young acted in "A Woman of Distinction" (1950).

Clifton Young was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Young began his career with roles in "Dark Passage" (1947) and "My Wild Irish Rose" (1947) with Dennis Morgan. Young began to focus on film after appearing in "Nora Prentiss" (1947) with Ann Sheridan, "Pursued" (1947) with Teresa Wright and "Abandoned" (1949). Later in his career, Young acted in "A Woman of Distinction" (1950).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Up Front (1951) Clerk
2.
 A Woman of Distinction (1950) Chet
3.
 Bells of Coronado (1950) Ross
4.
 Salt Lake Raiders (1950) Luke Condor
5.
 Union Station (1950) Ambulance driver
6.
 Backfire (1950) Cab driver
7.
 The Return of Jesse James (1950) Bob Ford
8.
 Trail of Robin Hood (1950) Mitch McCall
9.
 Abandoned (1949) Eddie
10.
 Illegal Entry (1949) Billy Rafferty
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Tony Scott ( 2006-03-13 )

Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever

Born: Robert H. Young, September 15, 1917 New York
Died: September 10, 1951 Los Angeles, CA
Young started in vaudeville at five years of age, acting with his parents. He later joined up with "Our Gang," playing a villain. Young died of asphyxiation in a hotel room, apparently after falling asleep while smoking.

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