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John Keith (I)

John Keith is an actor, known for The Pig Keeper's Daughter (1972), Keys (1973) and Executive Wives (1971). See full bio »

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Known For

Keys Burt
Executive Wives


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 1995 Hollywood Dreams Take 2
 1976 Leadbelly
 1976 A Touch of Sex (as Willie Filmore)
 1974 Angel Above - The Devil Below
Lucius Watergag (as Trickey Nicky)
 1973 Keys
 1973 A Scream in the Streets (as Pat O'Connor)
 1972 The Experiment
Sports Car Driver (uncredited)
 1972 Hollywood Babylon
Party Guest / Movie Company President (uncredited)
 1972 Hell's Kitten
Book (as Beldon Suck)
 1971 Executive Wives
 1971 A Touch of Sweden
The Bottle Freak (as Pat O'Connor)
 1971 Touch Me
Robert Stevens (as John Keats)
 1971 Bride's Delight
Rolph Granger (uncredited)
 1971 The Flanders and Alcott Report on Sexual Response
Jerry Fowler (as Robert Keith)
 1971 101 Acts of Love
Bob Johnson (as John Keats)
 1971 Big Hair Romp
Chuck (uncredited)
 1971 Turn-on Orgy
Orgy Guy with Medallion (uncredited)
 1970 Love Me or Leave
Mr. Stanley (uncredited)
 1970 Sexophrenia
Conrad (uncredited)
 1970 Ride Hard, Ride Wild
Lief Vedenin (as Halger Strøbye)
 1970 Bulls Market
Ben Carter (uncredited)
 1970 The Imposter
Dr. Eric (uncredited)
 1969 The Cut-Throats
Pvt. Jimmy Johnson (as Pat Michaels)
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Alternate Names:

Willie Filmore | John Keats | Robert Keith | Pat Michaels | Trickey Nicky | Pat O'Connor | Halger Strøbye | Beldon Suck

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