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Donald McKee (1898–1968)

Donald McKee was born on August 29, 1898 in Hatboro, Pennsylvania, USA. He was an actor and writer, known for The Whistle at Eaton Falls (1951), The General's Bible (1953) and Studio One in Hollywood (1948). He died on June 27, 1968 in Chebeague Island, Maine, USA. See full bio »

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The Whistle at Eaton Falls
The Whistle at Eaton Falls Daniel Doubleday
The General's Bible
Studio One in Hollywood
Studio One in Hollywood Judge Goodman / Theodore
The Mouse of Tomorrow


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 1961 Play of the Week (TV Series)
- Therese Raquin (1961) ... Michaud
 1958 The Goddess
R.M. Lucas (uncredited)
 1953-1957 The Big Story (TV Series)
Police Captain
- The James Dean Big Story (1957) ... Police Captain
 1956 West Point (TV Series)
The Superintendent
- His Highness and the Halfback (1956) ... The Superintendent
 1953-1956 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
Judge Goodman / Theodore
- The Luck of Luke McTigger (1956) ... Judge Goodman
- Miracle at Potter's Farm (1955) ... Theodore
- Greed (1953)
 1956 The United States Steel Hour (TV Series)
- Honest in the Rain (1956) ... Judge
 1953 Martin Kane (TV Series)
Ben Madison
- The Comic Strip Killer (1953) ... Ben Madison
 1953 The General's Bible (TV Movie)
 1952 Mister Peepers (TV Series)
- The Drive-In Movie (1952) ... Man
 1952 Steve Randall (TV Series)
 1950-1951 Pulitzer Prize Playhouse (TV Series)
Charles Webb
- Our Town (1950) ... Charles Webb
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