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Eddie Golden was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1946, he made his screen debut in Frank Launder's "I See A Dark Stranger." In 1971, he played Evans in "Black Beauty." Golden began his career with a role in the Robert Mitchum dramatic adaptation "A Terrible Beauty" (1960). Golden began to focus on film after appearing in the dramatic adaptation "Young Cassidy" (1965) with Rod Taylor. Later in his career, Golden acted in the Milo O'Shea dramatic adaptation "Ulysses" (1967). Golden passed away in March 1983 at the age of 71.

Eddie Golden was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1946, he made his screen debut in Frank Launder's "I See A Dark Stranger." In 1971, he played Evans in "Black Beauty." Golden began his career with a role in the Robert Mitchum dramatic adaptation "A Terrible Beauty" (1960). Golden began to focus on film after appearing in the dramatic adaptation "Young Cassidy" (1965) with Rod Taylor. Later in his career, Golden acted in the Milo O'Shea dramatic adaptation "Ulysses" (1967). Golden passed away in March 1983 at the age of 71.

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1.
 Ulysses (1967) Martin Cunningham
2.
 Young Cassidy (1965) Captain White
4.
 Home Is the Hero (1961) Mr. Shannon
5.
 Broth of a Boy (1959) Martin Lehane
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