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Rupert Crosse was a Hollywood actor who starred in a number of dramatic films. Crosse's career beginnings included film roles in the drama "Shadows" (1961) with Lelia Goldoni and the dramatic musical "Too Late Blues" (1961) with Bobby Darin. He went on to act in "Wild Seed" (1965) with Michael Parks and "Waterhole Number 3" (1967) with James Coburn. Later in his career, Crosse acted on "The Partners" (NBC, 1971-72).

Rupert Crosse was a Hollywood actor who starred in a number of dramatic films. Crosse's career beginnings included film roles in the drama "Shadows" (1961) with Lelia Goldoni and the dramatic musical "Too Late Blues" (1961) with Bobby Darin. He went on to act in "Wild Seed" (1965) with Michael Parks and "Waterhole Number 3" (1967) with James Coburn. Later in his career, Crosse acted on "The Partners" (NBC, 1971-72).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Ride in the Whirlwind (1972) Indian Joe
2.
 The Reivers (1969) Ned McCaslin
3.
 Waterhole #3 (1967) Prince
4.
 To Trap a Spy (1966) Nobuk
5.
 Wild Seed (1965) Hobo
6.
 Too Late Blues (1962) Baby Jackson
7.
 Shadows (1959) Rupert Crosse
8.
 Diagnosis: Danger (1963) Dr Paul Mackey
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