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Also Known As: Died: September 11, 1998
Born: February 18, 1913 Cause of Death: cancer
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Started acting to finance his law education, following advice from John Garfield
1934:
Began acting on the Broadway stage
1935:
Was in the original cast of Clifford Odets' "Waiting for Lefty", alongside Garfield
1942:
Went to Hollywood to start a film career; adopted stage name Dane Clark; appeared in "Sunday Punch", "The Pride of the Yankees", "Wake Island" and "The Glass Key"
1943:
Received critical acclaim for his performance as merchant marine Johnnie Pulaski in "Action in the North Atlantic"
1943:
Appeared with Garfield and Cary Grant in "Destination Tokyo"
1944:
Starred in the romantic melodrama "The Very Thought of You" with Eleanor Parker and Dennis Morgan
1944:
Appeared in the Oscar-winning short "I Won't Play"
1944:
Garnered notice for his work in "Hollywood Canteen"
1945:
Co-starred in the war dramas "God is My Co-Pilot" and "Pride of the Marines"
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Along with luminaries like John Ford, was requested to direct films for the US government
1946:
Acted with Bette Davis and Glenn Ford in the feature "A Stolen Life"
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Left Warner Bros. to pursue more stage work and overseas film roles
1951:
Featured in "Never Trust a Gambler" and "Fort Defiance"
1954:
TV debut as regular playing Richard Adams, a legal aid attorney, in the NBC drama series "Justice"
1955:
During a performance of "The Shrike" at Los Angeles' Carthay Circle Theatre, co-star Isabel Bonner died of a brian hemorrhage in his arms
1956:
Starred in the crime drama "The Man Is Armed" and the Western "Massacre"
1959:
Had leading role in the syndicated television series "Bold Venture"
1962:
Starred in "Brecht on Brecht" at the Theatre De Lys in Greenwich Village
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Guest starred on many television programs in the 1960s and 1970s, including "The Twilight Zone", "Hawaii Five-O", "I Spy", "Police Story", "The Rookies" and "The Mod Squad"
1968:
Starred in the Denmark/USA co-production "Dage i Min Fars Hus/In My Father's House"
1971:
Starred in the CBS TV-movie thriller "Face of Fear"
1972:
Appeared in the telefilm "Say Goodbye, Maggie Cole", starring Susan Hayward
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Was a regular on "The New Adventures of Perry Mason" (CBS)
1975:
Featured in the ABC disaster movie "Murder on Flight 502"
1976:
Featured in the NBC miniseries "Once an Eagle" starring Sam Elliott
1979:
Featured in the miniseries "The French Atlantic Affair" (ABC)
1980:
Appeared in the syndicated thriller "Condominium"
1988:
Final film appearance with Tom Berenger in "Last Rites"

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