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Harold Gordon (1918–1959)

Harold Gordon was born on August 9, 1918 in Brooklyn, New York, USA as Harold Goldstein. He was an actor, known for East of Eden (1955), Viva Zapata! (1952) and The Jazz Singer (1952). He died on January 19, 1959 in New York City, New York. See full bio »

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Known For

East of Eden
East of Eden Gustav Albrecht
(1955)
Viva Zapata!
Viva Zapata! Madero
(1952)
The Jazz Singer
The Jazz Singer Rabbi Roth
(1952)
Yellowneck
Yellowneck Cockney
(1955)

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 1955 Yellowneck
Cockney
 1955 East of Eden
Gustav Albrecht
 1954 Bengal Brigade
Hari Lal
 1954 City Story (Short)
 1954 Schlitz Playhouse (TV Series)
- Dawn at Damascus (1954)
 1954 Space Patrol (TV Series)
Dr. Maddox / Doctor Maddox
- The Pirate's Escape (1954) ... Dr. Maddox
- The Space Vault Robbery (1954) ... Doctor Maddox
 1953 Suspense (TV Series)
Lt. Raoul Stamm
- The Duel (1953) ... Lt. Raoul Stamm
 1952 The Jazz Singer
Rabbi Roth
 1952 The Iron Mistress
Andrew Marschalk
 1952 Chevron Theatre (TV Series)
 1951 Stars Over Hollywood (TV Series)
Marco Weather / Clown
- Moon on Wires (1951) ... Marco Weather / Clown
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 1999 The Personals (Documentary short)
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Stage Play: Mr. Wonderful. Musical comedy. Book by Joseph Stein and Will Glickman. Music by Larry Holofcener, Jerry Bock [earliest Broadway credit] and George David Weiss [credited as George Weiss] (earliest Broadway credit). Lyrics by Jerry Bock, Lawrence Holofcener [credited as Larry Holofcener] and George David Weiss. Musical Director: ... See more »
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