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Harold Daniels worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Daniels's career beginnings included film roles in the western "Trail Dust" (1936) with James Ellison, the comedy "Hollywood Cowboy" (1937) with George O'Brien and "Secrets of a Model" (1940). Shortly thereafter, he received directorial credit for "The Lawton Story" (1949), the Charles McGraw crime flick "Roadblock" (1951) and "Port Sinister" (1953). He also appeared in the Buster Keaton comedy "Ten Girls Ago" (1962). in the forties and the seventiesLater in his career, Daniels acted in "Disco 9000" (1978) with Johnnie Taylor.

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