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Douglas Evans has built an incredible presence on the big screen throughout his acting career. Evans started his acting career landing roles in such films as "The Green Hornet" (1940), the action flick "Parachute Battalion" (1941) with Robert Preston and "Dangerous Venture" (1947). He also appeared in "Dragnet" (1947), "The Main Street Kid" (1948) and the adventure "Lost Planet Airmen" (1949) with Mae Clarke. His film career continued throughout the fifties in productions like "Between Midnight and Dawn" (1950), the Ronald Colman comedy "Champagne For Caesar" (1950) and the Margaret Sullavan drama "No Sad Songs For Me" (1950). He also appeared in "Let's Do It Again" (1953) with Jane Wyman, the Glenn Ford crime picture "The Big Heat" (1953) and "The Magnetic Monster" (1953) with Richard Carlson. Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the George Gobel comedy adaptation "The Birds and the Bees" (1956), the crime adaptation "Short Cut to Hell" (1957) with Robert Ivers and "The Female Animal" (1958). He also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "The Man in the Net" (1959) with Alan Ladd and "I Saw What You Did" (1965). He held additional roles in television including a part on "The Twilight Zone" (1959-1964). Evans last acted in the drama "Panic in the City" (1968) with Nehemiah Persoff.
TLS ( 2006-05-08 )
Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006
Born: January 26, 1904 West Virginia
Died: March 25, 1968 Hollywood, CA
A veteran of one hundred and fifty films, many without screen credit, Evans was a radio announcer for KFI in the 1930s. During WWII he served as an Army Captain and after the war he appeared in several Broadway shows.
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