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Larry Douglas (I) (1914–1996)

Larry Douglas was born on February 17, 1914 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Lipman Duckat. He was an actor, known for Girls Are for Loving (1973), The Archer: Fugitive from the Empire (1981) and Power (1980). He was married to Susan Luckey and Onna White. He died on September 15, 1996 in Burbank, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Girls Are for Loving
Girls Are for Loving U.S. Cabinet Member
Power Maitre'd
Police Story: Confessions of a Lady Cop


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 1981 The Archer: Fugitive from the Empire (TV Movie)
 1980 Police Story: Confessions of a Lady Cop (TV Movie)
Captain of Waiters
 1980 Power (TV Movie)
 1977-1979 Police Story (TV Series)
Doctor / John Weldon
- A Cry for Justice (1979) ... Doctor
- Nightmare on a Sunday Morning (1977) ... John Weldon
 1973 Girls Are for Loving
U.S. Cabinet Member
 1965 The Defenders (TV Series)
- Death on Wheels (1965) ... Foreman
 1963 The Doctors (TV Series)
Trevor MacLean
- The Bride Wore White (1963) ... Trevor MacLean
 1958-1959 The Phil Silvers Show (TV Series)
Captain Anderson / Lt. Anderson / USN Lt. Larson
- Bilko's Sharpshooter (1959) ... Captain Anderson
- Bilko Joins the Navy (1958) ... USN Lt. Larson
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 1960 The Jack Paar Tonight Show (TV Series)
- Episode #3.169 (1960) ... Himself
 1960 The Bell Telephone Hour (TV Series)
- Portraits in Music (1960) ... Himself
 1952 Songs for Sale (TV Series)
- Episode dated 10 May 1952 (1952) ... Himself
 1951 The Ed Sullivan Show (TV Series)
- Episode #4.30 (1951) ... Himself
 1948 The Morey Amsterdam Show (TV Series)
Himself - Singer
- The New Year's Eve Special (1948) ... Himself - Singer

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Other Works:

Played and sang the role of Lun Tha in the original Broadway stage version of "The King and I". See more »

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His first wife, Onna White, choreographed The Music Man (1962). His second wife, Susan Luckey, appeared in The Music Man (1962). See more »

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