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Paul Doucet (I) (1886–1928)

Paul Doucet was born on September 26, 1886 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada as M. Paul Doucet. He was an actor, known for The Devil's Daughter (1915), Sins of the Parents (1914) and Shame (1917). He was married to Catherine Calvert. He died on October 10, 1928 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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 1927 The Broadway Drifter
Phil Winston
 1925 The Little French Girl
Andre Valenbois
 1925 The Heart of a Siren
Mario Gonzalez
 1924 America
Marquis de Lafayette (as H. Paul Doucet)
 1923 The Leavenworth Case
 1922 Polly of the Follies
Clarence Hope
 1921 Tropical Love
 1921 The Black Panther's Cub
Victim of Chance (as Paul Ducet)
 1919 The Virtuous Model
Jacques Le Sage
 1919 The Scar
 1918 The Million Dollar Dollies
Rajah Ismael
 1918 The Danger Game
LeRoy Hunter
 1918 The Knife
Jimmy Bristol
 1917 Shame
 1917 The Judgement House
Adrian Fellow
 1916 Jaffery
Adrian Boldero
 1915/II Saints and Sinners (Short)
 1915 The Devil's Daughter
Lucio Settala

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Other Works:

Stage Play: The Loves of Lulu. Written by Franz Wedekind. Translated by Samuel A. Eliot. Directed by Ullrich Haupt. 49th Street Theatre: 11 May 1925- May 1925 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Stewart Baird (as "Rodrigo"), Thomas Coffin Cooke (as "Ferdinand"), Edward Crandall (as "Schwarz"), John Davidson (as "Alva"), Forbes ... See more »

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Alternate Names:

H. Paul Doucet | Paul Ducet

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