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Harold Huber was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Huber started his acting career landing roles in such films as the biographical drama "The Match King" (1932) with Warren William, "Frisco Jenny" (1933) and the crime drama "The Life of Jimmy Dolan" (1933) with Douglas Fairbanks Jr.. He also appeared in "Fury of the Jungle" (1933), the Loretta Young crime flick "Midnight Mary" (1933) and "20,000 Years in Sing Sing" (1933). He continued to act in productions like the adaptation "Naughty Marietta" (1935) with Jeanette MacDonald, "Port of Lost Dreams" (1935) and "The World Accuses" (1935). He also appeared in the comedy "Kelly the Second" (1936) with Patsy Kelly. Nearing the end of his career, he tackled roles in "Mysterious Mr. Moto" (1938), the Gary Cooper adventure "The Adventures of Marco Polo" (1938) and the Peter Lorre mystery "Mr. Moto's Gamble" (1938). He also appeared in the adventure "Beau Geste" (1939) with Gary Cooper and "Charlie Chan in City in Darkness" (1939). Huber last acted in the Frank Sinatra adaptation "The Joker Is Wild" (1957). Huber passed away in September 1959 at the age of 50.

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