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Lewis Howard was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Howard began his career with roles in the romance "First Love" (1939) with Deanna Durbin, "It's a Date" (1940) and the comedy "Hello, Sucker" (1941) with Hugh Herbert. Howard made film his next project, appearing in the Dick Foran comedy "Horror Island" (1941), "San Francisco Docks" (1941) and the Kathryn Grayson musical "Seven Sweethearts" (1942). He also appeared in "In a Lonely Place" (1950). Later in his career, Howard acted in "Hellzapoppin'" (1991) with Ole Olsen.

Lewis Howard was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Howard began his career with roles in the romance "First Love" (1939) with Deanna Durbin, "It's a Date" (1940) and the comedy "Hello, Sucker" (1941) with Hugh Herbert. Howard made film his next project, appearing in the Dick Foran comedy "Horror Island" (1941), "San Francisco Docks" (1941) and the Kathryn Grayson musical "Seven Sweethearts" (1942). He also appeared in "In a Lonely Place" (1950). Later in his career, Howard acted in "Hellzapoppin'" (1991) with Ole Olsen.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 In a Lonely Place (1950) Junior
2.
 Shades of Gray (1948)
3.
 Song of My Heart (1948) Modest Moussorgsky
4.
 Up Goes Maisie (1946) Bill Stuart
5.
 I've Always Loved You (1946) Michael Severin
6.
 My Sister Eileen (1942) Heller
7.
 Seven Sweethearts (1942) Mr. Nugent
8.
 Horror Island (1941) Thurman [Coldwater]
9.
 Meet the Chump (1941) John [Francis] Mansfield [III]
10.
 Hello Sucker (1941) Walter [Guggin]
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