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Actor Harold Goodwin began acting at the ripe age of 15. Goodwin's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as the western "The Silent Man" (1917) with William S Hart, "The Road Demon" (1921) and the remake "The Flirt" (1922) with George Nichols. He also appeared in the Hoot Gibson western "The Bear-Cat" (1922), the western "The Flaming Frontier" (1926) with Hoot Gibson and "The Better 'Ole" (1926). He continued to work steadily in film throughout the thirties, appearing in "Movie Crazy" (1932), the Ken Maynard western "Strawberry Roan" (1933) and the Miriam Hopkins drama "The Story of Temple Drake" (1933). He also appeared in "Smoking Guns" (1934). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the Audie Murphy biopic "The Kid From Texas" (1950), "The Great Rupert" (1950) and the comedy "Ma and Pa Kettle on Vacation" (1953) with Marjorie Main. He also appeared in the Bud Abbott comedy "Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Cops" (1955) and the Marjorie Main comedy "Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki" (1955). Goodwin last acted in "The Shoreline" (1984). Goodwin passed away in July 1987 at the age of 85.

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