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Harry Green was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Green's career in acting began with his roles in various films like the musical "Close Harmony" (1929) with Charles "Buddy" Rogers, "Why Bring That Up?" (1929) and the romance "True to the Navy" (1930) with Clara Bow. He also appeared in "The Spoilers" (1930) with Gary Cooper, "Be Yourself!" (1930) with Fanny Brice and the Richard Arlen remake "The Light of Western Stars" (1930). He kept working in film throughout the thirties, starring in the comedy "No Limit" (1931) with Clara Bow, the Bing Crosby musical "Too Much Harmony" (1933) and "Mr. Skitch" (1933). In the latter half of his career, he continued to act in "Born to Be Bad" (1934), the comedy "Coming Out Party" (1934) with Frances Dee and the Cesar Romero western "The Cisco Kid and the Lady" (1939). He also appeared in "Star Dust" (1940) and the comedy "A King in New York" (1957) with Charlie Chaplin. Green was most recently credited in "Cakes and Ale" (PBS, 1975-76). Green passed away in May 1958 at the age of 66.

Harry Green was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Green's career in acting began with his roles in various films like the musical "Close Harmony" (1929) with Charles "Buddy" Rogers, "Why Bring That Up?" (1929) and the romance "True to the Navy" (1930) with Clara Bow. He also appeared in "The Spoilers" (1930) with Gary Cooper, "Be Yourself!" (1930) with Fanny Brice and the Richard Arlen remake "The Light of Western Stars" (1930). He kept working in film throughout the thirties, starring in the comedy "No Limit" (1931) with Clara Bow, the Bing Crosby musical "Too Much Harmony" (1933) and "Mr. Skitch" (1933). In the latter half of his career, he continued to act in "Born to Be Bad" (1934), the comedy "Coming Out Party" (1934) with Frances Dee and the Cesar Romero western "The Cisco Kid and the Lady" (1939). He also appeared in "Star Dust" (1940) and the comedy "A King in New York" (1957) with Charlie Chaplin. Green was most recently credited in "Cakes and Ale" (PBS, 1975-76). Green passed away in May 1958 at the age of 66.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 A King in New York (1957) Lawyer Green
2.
 Joe MacBeth (1956) Big Dutch
3.
 Star Dust (1940) Bird man
4.
 The Cisco Kid and the Lady (1939) Teasdale
5.
 Coming Out Party (1934) Harry Gold
6.
 A Woman's Man (1934) Fight announcer
7.
 Bottoms Up (1934) Louis Wolf
8.
 She Learned About Sailors (1934) Jose Lopez Rubenstein
9.
 Born to Be Bad (1934) Adolph
10.
 Wild Gold (1934) J. Lorillard ["Jake"] Pushkin
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