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Tom Drake

Tom Drake

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  • Tom's other Taylor films

    • Lee Pittman
    • 2007-02-23

    Tom Drake appeared in other MGM-Taylor films while an MGM contract player, he also played Taylor's "Susannah Drake" cousinin the New Orleans section of RAINTREE COUNTY in 1957.

  • Good actor

    • Jasmine
    • 2006-10-04

    He was a very natural and strong actor. He seemed to have good chemistry with his fellow actors. It's too bad he didn't make more movies. Oh, and he was charming and adorable, too.

  • Meg is right

    • Ruby Romaine
    • 2006-06-29

    ...and wasn't he just the cutest thing?

  • Greatest actor ever.

    • meg
    • 2006-04-03

    Tom Drake is the most under rated actor in movie history. Any man who can hold his own when onscreen with such bombastic personalities as Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, Lena Horne, June Allyson, Margaret O'Brien, Elizabeth Taylor, Perry Como, Cyd Charrise, Mickey Rooney, and a whole host of amazing people who I forgot to mention, is a genious in his own right. Plus, he is amazingly handsome, with loads of sex appeal. And FYI, the person writing this is under twenty five.

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    • Keisha Fuller
    • 2006-02-14

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