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George Anderson was widely known for his acting on the big screen. Anderson began his acting career with roles in such films as "Born to Be Wild" (1938) with Ralph Byrd, the Anna May Wong action film "King of Chinatown" (1939) and the western "Hidden Gold" (1940) with Russell Hayden. He also appeared in the western "Santa Fe Marshal" (1940) with Russell Hayden and the Charles Boyer drama "Hold Back the Dawn" (1941). He continued to act in productions like the Claudette Colbert comedy "The Palm Beach Story" (1942), the Bing Crosby musical "Dixie" (1943) and the George Raft drama "Nob Hill" (1945). He also appeared in "The Killers" (1946) and the crime flick "Desperate" (1947) with Steve Brodie. Toward the end of his career, he continued to act in "The Argyle Secrets" (1948) with William Gargan and "The Bottom of the Bottle" (1956). Additionally, he appeared on the television special "Ghosts, Mediums, Psychics: Put to the Test" (ABC, 1995-96). Most recently, Anderson appeared in "Contact: Talking to the Dead" (ABC, 2001-02).
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