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Win Stracke (1908–1991)

Win Stracke was born on February 20, 1908 in Lorraine, Kansas, USA. He was an actor and composer, known for Hawkins Falls: A Television Novel (1950), Studs' Place (1949) and Kentucky Pioneers (1969). He died on June 29, 1991. See full bio »


(age 83)

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Hawkins Falls: A Television Novel
Hawkins Falls: A Television Novel Laif Flagle (1951-1953)
Studs' Place
Studs' Place Actor
Kentucky Pioneers
Studs' Place
Studs' Place Actor


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 1963 NBC Children's Theatre (TV Series)
- Quillow and the Giant (1963) ... Giant
 1950 Studs' Place (TV Series)
 1950 Hawkins Falls: A Television Novel (TV Series)
Laif Flagle (1951-1953)
 1949 Studs' Place (TV Series)
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 1969 Kentucky Pioneers (Short) (music)

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In Chicago in the late Fifties he founded the still-flourishing Old Town School of Folk Music. See more »

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American folk singer with a huge baritone voice; blacklisted from performing from television for years because of his views on labor.

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