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George Travell (I) (1912–1986)

George Travell was born on May 11, 1912 in Maine, USA as George Elias Travell. He was an actor, known for The Luckiest Guy in the World (1947), Keep 'Em Sailing (1942) and Foreign Agent (1942). He died on September 8, 1986 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Luckiest Guy in the World
The Luckiest Guy in the World John, the hired driver
(1947)
Keep 'Em Sailing
(1942)
Foreign Agent
Foreign Agent Nick Dancy
(1942)
Convicts at Large
(1938)

Filmography

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 1947 High Barbaree
Man in Rain Slicker (uncredited)
 1947 It Happened in Brooklyn
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1947 The Beginning or the End
Tinian Co-Pilot (uncredited)
 1947 The Luckiest Guy in the World (Short)
John, the hired driver
 1947 Lady in the Lake
Party Guest (uncredited)
 1943 Assignment in Brittany
Rochet
 1942 Reunion in France
Jeannot - Violinist (uncredited)
 1942 Keep 'Em Sailing (Short)
Rucca
 1942 Foreign Agent
Nick Dancy
 1942 My Sister Eileen
Portuguese Merchant Marine Cadet (uncredited)
 1940 I Take This Woman
Page Boy (scenes deleted)
 1939 They All Come Out
Prisoner (uncredited)
 1938 Convicts at Large
Gus
 1938 Dramatic School
Student (uncredited)
 1936 Ramona
Dancer (uncredited)
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 1942 Reunion in France (performer: "Concerto for Violin in D Minor" (1844) - uncredited)
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