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Milton Wallace (I) (1887–1956)

Milton Wallace was born on September 24, 1887 in Austria. He was an actor, known for Seven Doors to Death (1944), The Lost Weekend (1945) and Hail, Brother (1935). He died on February 16, 1956 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Seven Doors to Death
Seven Doors to Death Donald Adams
The Lost Weekend
The Lost Weekend Pawnbroker with Helen's Coat
Hail, Brother
The Killers
The Killers Waiter


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 1947 Kiss of Death (uncredited)
 1946 The Killers
Waiter (uncredited)
 1945 Cornered
Waiter (uncredited)
 1945 The Lost Weekend
Pawnbroker with Helen's Coat (uncredited)
 1944 None But the Lonely Heart
Ike Lesser (uncredited)
 1944 Seven Doors to Death
Donald Adams
 1935 Hail, Brother (Short)
 1934 The Mighty Barnum
Collector (uncredited)
 1934 Kiss and Make-Up
Maharaja of Baroona (uncredited)
 1933 Storm at Daybreak
Col. Patou (uncredited)
 1932 Lawyer Man
Judge Wilson (uncredited)
 1932 Rasputin and the Empress
Staff General (uncredited)
 1932 Hey, Pop! (Short) (uncredited)
 1932 Blessed Event
Joe Moskowitz (uncredited)
 1932 Skyscraper Souls
Brewster's Associate (uncredited)

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Other Works:

Blessed Event (1932). Comedy. Written by Manuel Seff and Forrest Wilson. Directed by Harlan Thompson. Longacre Theatre: 12 Feb 1932- May 1932 (closing date unknown/115 performances). Cast: Jean Adair, Robert Allen, Matt Briiggs, Charles D. Brown, Ollie Burgoyne, Kenneth Dana, Herbert Duffy, George Greenberg, Allen Jenkins (as "... See more »

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